Animators can only draw from their own experiences of pain and shock and emotions. -Hayao Miyazaki
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Hayao Miyasaki- Film Director/Animator
The Japanese Walt Disney
They call Hayao Miyazaki the Japanese Disney! He's no Mickey Mouse animator: His Studio Ghibli created works to rival Walt's classics, including "Spirited Away," "Nausicaä," "Princess Mononoke," "The Secret World of Arriety."
The 405 Hall of Fame: Hayao Miyazaki
Hayao Miyazaki is a renowned Japanese film director, animator, artist, and screenwriter. His Disney films were a major part of my childhood, and his work has inspired me to learn Japanese!
“[on the future of hand-drawn animation] I’m actually not that worried. I wouldn’t give up on it completely. Once in a while there are strange, rich people who like to invest in odd things. You’re going to have people in the corners of garages making cartoons to please themselves. And I’m more interested in those people than I am in big business.” -Hayao Miyazaki
Jean Giraud (1938-2012) was a French comics artist, working in the French tradition of bandes dessinées. Giraud earned worldwide fame, predominantly under the pseudonym Mœbius, and to a lesser extent Gir (used for the Blueberry series), the latter appearing mostly in the form of a boxed signature at the bottom of the artist's paintings. Esteemed by Federico Fellini, Stan Lee and Hayao Miyazaki among others, he received international acclaim.
Although I have a pile of Moebius' illustrations on my Illustrators board and another pile of his graphic story pages here, the two blur in my mind--both have such a strong middle-of-a-story quality, surreal logic and perfect composition, it's hard not to think of them as a single phenomenon. -E.N.
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Fine bw portrait
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Miranda July [born February 15, 1974] is an American film director, screenwriter, actress, author and artist.
Just 3 words with a huge motivational boost! I love the simplicity of this message Miranda July, performing artist, writer, actress and film director.
Don't give up. Life goes on.
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Nara Yoshitomo 奈良美智 なら よしとも
Yoshitomo Nara mugshot arrested for doodlin’ graffiti at the union square subway station to point towards his art show he described the two days he spent in jail as “a nice experience in my life like in the movies” and “a small space filled with all manner of people he would not otherwise meet” such a polite little gentleman
Stanley Kubrick on the set of 2001
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2001: A Space Odyssey, Stanley Kubrick (1968) MGM
Stanley Kubrick 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968)
Stanley Kubrick - Deserving of Worship: 2001: A Space Odyssey Production Photos
Kubrick in 2001 set
"2001 Space Odyssey" behind the scenes
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The Miss-Fires!!! AMAZING Women's NYC and National Motorcycle and Classic Car organization I'm a member of!!! Great 2014 NYTimes Article "Motorcycle Crew Has One Requirement, and It Isn’t a License" #TheMissFires
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Daft Punk Gap Commercial (2001) | #Nostalgia #Throwback #GAP #DaftPunk #JulietteLewis
GAP Denim commerical with DAFT PUNK & Juliette Lewis
Baddest Gap commerical ever. Daft Punk - Digital Love w/ Juliette Lewis. 2001, when I was about to take my dream job in Memphis, before 9/11 made it go away.
Loved that Daft Punk/Juliette Lewis GAP ad
Barbara Lynch and Kristen Kish
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A Woman’s Place Is Running the Kitchen By MARNIE HANELMARCH 28, 2014 NYTimes Magazine with Barbara Lynch and Kristen Kish.
Team photo inspiration.
A Woman’s Place Is Running the Kitchen: Boston chefs Barbara Lynch, left, and Kristen Kish
The Need for More Female Chefs in the World's Best Kitchens via @The New York Times #Foodie #Chefs #Michelin #BestChefs
Cindy Sherman, photographed in her New York City studio.
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CLM - Photography - Jason Schmidt - glamour women of the year 2011
Cindy Sherman photographed by Jason Schmidt
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Garry Winogrand - Photographer CONTEMPORARY PHOTOGRAPHIE IN THE USA
Various documentary photographers along with Garry Windogrand speak about art in our times. Speaking about the values of film and the appropriate usage of them supporting art in every form.
Robin D. G. Kelley
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Robin Davis Gibran Kelley is the Gary B. Nash Professor of American History at UCLA. From 2006 to 2011, he was Professor of American Studies and Ethnicity at the University of Southern California
Charles and Ray Eames
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Charles Eames and Ray Eames
Love Eames... Must see!! Eames: The architect and the painter! Charles and Ray Eames – two of the most influential figures in the early American design scene – are the main characters in a new documentary devoted to their life and work. Creative and innovators in design, architecture and even film, the Eames’ signature aesthetic can be found in several design classics – some of which are still produced until this day.
Charles & Ray Eames. The people I wish I was.
The story of a design power couple A documentary traces the lives of Charles and Ray Eames, a pair best known for their modernist furniture
Charles and Ray Eames on a Velocette motorcycle at the Eames Office in Venice, Calif. (Photo courtesy of and © Eames Office, LLC)
ray (charles is ok, too!) Designers
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▶ My Kid and Me - In the charming short documentary “My Kid and Me,” filmmaker Casey Neistat explores his relationship with his teenaged son Owen through the lens of a recent father-son trip the duo took to Machu Picchu in Peru.
My Kid and Me, Casey Neistat's Charming Short Film About Traveling to Machu Picchu with His Son
Arundhati Roy in the film “In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones"
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work mudras: arundhati roy evoking me / me in arundhati roy form
Arundhati Roy (1990s) - DCB
Young Arundhati Roy starring in In Which Annie Gives It Those Ones (1989), a film Roy wrote herself, recounting her own experiences in the School of Planning and Architecture, Delhi. http://penseesduchoeur.tumblr.com/post/96472445854/duoyen-young-arundhati-roy-starring-in-in-which