When I first began using Instagram the only method of editing I used was filters. Now that I have been on the app for a while I have found some resources that can more accurately manipulate the face. 114 more words
Do you like to watch an epic battle with a jaw-dropping choreography, seeing the manly hero succeed to his rightfully earned position?
What about ships clashing against each other in another war scene, man against nature, fighting each other and a storm at the same time? 910 more words
The collected works and thought of Thomas Ernest Hulme form both a minor and a major role in modernist philosophy, and in particular aesthetics. As is rarely left unmentioned, Hulme was no academic, and his entire collected works were put together from several published essays and an array of notebooks, scribblings, and a small handful of poems. 1,452 more words
This time around, I decided I’d take a break from film criticism and turn to the second-most-influential visual medium in my life: the comic. Though in my preadolescence and early teens I was a keen True Believer, the one comic that has never failed to delight, entertain, engage, and move me is Bill Watterson’s daily… 1,206 more words