"The Unwritten", Issue #5… (Rudyard Kipling’s "How The Whale Got His Throat").

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jewist:

Detroit-born Photographer Mark Laita explores social and cultural clashes between different social backgrounds by juxtaposing people of United States in his stunning series “Created Equal”. 
1.Amish Teenagers / Punk Teenagers
2. Marine / War Veteran
3. Vegetarian / Butcher, 1999 / 2004
4. College Graduate / High School Dropout
5. Indigent Couple / Wealthy Couple
6. Rock Band / Polka Band, 2006 / 2006
7. Baptist Minister / Ku Klux Klan
8. Catholic Nuns / Prostitutes
9. Homeless Man / Real Estate Developer
10. Gang Member / Mafioso

This hits hard.

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Three 19th century illustrated editions of Jack the Giant Killer, all delightfully gruesome in their own way.

From top:

Jack the Giant Killer. New York: McLoughlin Brothers, 1889.

Jack the Giant Killer. New York: McLoughlin Brothers, 1889.

Jack the Giant Killer. New York: McLoughlin Brothers, [between 1850 and 1870].

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Edward Sheriff Curtis:"The North American Indian"

  1. Two Whistles, Apsaroke

  2. Klamath Indian at Crater Lake

  3. Dancing to Restore an Eclipsed Moon

 4. Tobadzischini

 5. Haschogan  

 6. Haschezhini  

 7. Bear Bull - Blackfoot  

 8. Red Cloud  

 9. Apache Gaun  

10. Offering to the Sun - San Ildefonso

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Marjorie Cameron, Fossil, 1958. White ink on paper, 18 3/8 inches x 11 1⁄2 inches. Courtesy of the Cameron Parsons Foundation, Santa Monica. Photo Credit: Alan Shaffer

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Marjorie Cameron, Fossil, 1958. White ink on paper, 18 3/8 inches x 11 1⁄2 inches. Courtesy of the Cameron Parsons Foundation, Santa Monica. Photo Credit: Alan Shaffer

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Marjorie Cameron, Black Egg, n.d., Paint on cardboard, 11 x 8 inches. Courtesy of the Cameron Parsons Foundation, Santa Monica

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Marjorie Cameron, Black Egg, n.d., Paint on cardboard, 11 x 8 inches. Courtesy of the Cameron Parsons Foundation, Santa Monica

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Magic Words: The Extraordinary Life of Alan Moore
Lance Parkin For over three decades comics fans and creators have regarded Alan Moore as a titan of the form.

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Magic Words: The Extraordinary Life of Alan Moore

Lance Parkin For over three decades comics fans and creators have regarded Alan Moore as a titan of the form.

fratersef:

This volume owes its origin to a conference. Most of the essays in

this volume were first delivered at a memorable gathering of scholars

organized by the Institute of Jewish Studies of University College

London at the Warburg Institute in 1999.

I got an idea. Let’s make the car a place of silent reflection from now on, okay?

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