A new illustration themed around my hatred for Halo. I’ve always thought that game was just waaaay to generic and kind of a rip-off of Starship troopers. Thank goodness we have FemShep and the ME world to wash away the lame! Fuck yeah FemShep!
Solange by Daniel Gurton for Vs. Magazine July 2011
Abbey Lee Kershaw
Richard Brody on What to See This Weekend: Wes Anderson’s “Moonrise Kingdom,” Twice
What makes the film thrillingly different—in content and in affect, in emotional energy and in visual imagination—is its metaphysical and religious element. There’s an expressly transcendent theme in “Moonrise Kingdom” that raises the tender and joyous story of young lovers on the run to a spiritual adventure. The moral vision of the world, which was always implicit and latent in Anderson’s other films, here bursts out as a distinctive, ecstatic, visionary new cinematic dimension. Anderson has always been far more than just an exquisite stylist—his style is an essential part of a consistent spiritual vision. But in “Moonrise Kingdom,” his world view is projected beyond personal experience into a cosmic fantasy. It’s Anderson’s own counter-Scripture, a vision of a moral order, ordained from on high, that challenges the official version instilled by society at large—and he embodies it in images of an apt sublimity (as well as an aptly self-deprecating humor).
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