Yes, this is EXACTLY the sort of photo I needed to see today. Bat! Pumpkin!
FFO Ar: Nouveau Meets Anatomy
This anonymous artist combines textbook science imagery with an Art Nouveau style with to achieve a strangely romantic look at the human form. FFO Art gives us little information about who he or she is but responds actively to Q and A’s if you become curious to know more. I will leave you with the quote which can be found atop the artist’s page: “Is this real? Or has this been happening inside my head? Of course it is happening inside of your head, but why on earth should that mean it is not real?”http://www.juxtapoz.com/tag/ffo-art
ROAD TO PALOMA’s Jason Momoa
July 14th 2014
As a fan of GAME OF THRONES, it’s impossible to bring up the show without Jason Momoa coming up in the conversation. Playing the Dothraki warrior Khal Drogo, Momoa perfectly transformed from this rugged brute with a love for violence into a man who was softened a bit by love for his wife, Daenerys Targaryen (affectionately known as Khaleesi), and his unborn child. After steady roles on BAYWATCH HAWAII, NORTH SHORE and STARGATE ATLANTIS in the past, it was Drogo who helped put Momoa on the path of badass of choice for a number of projects that would come calling. He was at the center of CONAN THE BARBARIAN, the reboot of the famed character which Arnold Schwarzenegger made popular in the early 80s. He squared off with Sylvester Stallone as the villainous right hand man of Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje in BULLET TO THE HEAD. And now he’s the co-star of SundanceTV’s THE RED ROAD, where he plays a rough and tough member of the Ramapough Mountain Indians.
He has also climbed behind the camera for the feature film ROAD TO PALOMA, which marks his directorial debut as well as his rookie attempt at writing and producing. In order to help get the film made, Momoa also shoulders the burden of starring in the film, playing Robert Wolf, a Native American dealing with the consequences of taking out vengeance on a man who went unpunished for horrific crimes against his mother. It’s a side of Momoa we haven’t seen much of before, as there’s far less need for his physicality than we’ve seen before, with him calling upon himself to deliver a softer, much subtler performance.
I managed to hop on the phone with Jason heading into the release of ROAD TO PALOMA, as he was hopping on a plane. No, seriously… Our talk had been delayed a bit as I was told he was traveling, but I wasn’t exactly sure what that entailed. He would fill me in as we first started chatting that it meant he was actually on his way through the airport and had finally gotten through the TSA security checkpoint just moments before being able to take my call. However, we made the best of it, as I kept him occupied during his wait in the airport terminal and became the first interview he’d ever done while boarding a flight. We got into plenty of the nuts and bolts of getting the film made, some of the greater themes it examines – such as the price of vengance – and, of course, I tried to see if he might have anything to offer up on the recent Aquaman/JUSTICE LEAGUE rumblings. Enjoy.
look at these things
they’re like tiny
but instead of breathing fire they squeak and cuddle
and they have funny ears and noses
I mean really
bats are amazing
This post is so fucking important to me