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'Thank you for respecting the wall ... My pleasure' Urban Communication in Mexico City

After seven-month hiatus due to academic activities, this blog is back on track.

The following photographs were shot in La Roma, an emblematic neighbourhood of Mexico City.   71 more words

Human Landscapes

Photomedia Studio - Object Transformation #2

Bird Study, Deconstruction

Digital C-type print

42 x 28cm

2015

Bird Study, Fragility

Digital C-type print

42 x 28cm

2015

Bird Study, Disorientation

Digital C-type print… 85 more words

#sca

Under the Skin - Book Vs. Film

Michel Faber’s debut novel Under the Skin is a thing of alien beauty, and a masterpiece of the uncanny. It should be on the reading list for any course dealing with the literature of the fantastic (T. 498 more words

The Bibliophile

Backspace and Refresh It

Isn’t that we do most of the times, removing the unneeded and refreshing to get back on track. It can be anything that helps you switch from grounded to public, bad to elation and fantasy to realization. 113 more words

Excruciating

Uncanny X-Men Volume Three Issue 30

Writer Brian Michael Bendis

Pencils Chris Bachalo

Inks Tim Townsend, Mark Irwin, Jaime Mendoza, Victor Olazaba & Al Vey

Colors Chris Bachalo & Antonio Fabela… 1,092 more words

Review

May Art

In a recent post I mentioned that I was drawing images inspired by the book Almanac of the Uncanny by Reader’s Digest Australia (1995). Here are some of the resulting illustrations. 163 more words

Art

Valley of the (creepy) dolls: Nagoro has hundreds of scarecrows but almost no people

On a recent trip to Shikoku, we heard about a small town tucked away in the Iya Valley called Nagoro. Like many small rural towns in Japan, the human population has dwindled to almost nothing in recent years. 547 more words

Japan