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What makes cinema so attractive, so fascinating is that it’s not just a one plus one process. It’s a chemistry between sounds, words, ideas & image.

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This photo of Jay was shot in 1975 by his father Kent skating his driveway outside there house in Venice. Jay’s style and aggression on his board paved the way for what skateboarding is today. Forever in our hearts! 

Audrey Marnay by Peter Lindbergh for Vogue It. Feb 1997 they say.

A line of roses lines the street where Michael Brown was shot

David Lynch around 1966, when he was an art student at the PAFA

"Glitoris triptych, panel 2" Julian Baker August 2011 From the triptychs series
For some reason Tumblr removed this image, so here it is again.

Miso : Home-Made Tattoos : twin flowers for Milly : Melbourne 2014.


House Komazawa Park, Tokyo, Japan, by miCo

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1. Do not hate them for it. They are on a journey too.
2. Understand that sometimes you will be a bandage caressing a temporary wound or you will be a pinnacle of permanency rooted deeply in their heart. Accept that you do this to people too.
3. Do not step on your feet trying to find a rhythm you are not meant to follow.
4. Do not let it harden you: continue to nurture, continue to love.
5. People use words as anchors to latch onto bits of you and when they leave remind yourself that the sea never bled itself dry because a ship left it.
6. Write the nastiest letter and burn it.
7. Yes, they may have illuminated pieces of you that you were unaware existed. But now you do and they are not the last person to remind you.
8. Dizzy yourself with everything you love, like dancing in the greenhouse to horrid pop songs or reading Haruki Murakami.
9. Set all that anger ablaze, you are wasting your time sifting through it.
10. Internalize the fact that you were still breathing before you met them.
11. Forgive them.

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