097 – brand board

the devil blush


082 – #Canada_raid

تحرش و هجرة \ إلحاد وهجرة \ أقليات و هجرة \ زهق و هجرة \ كرشة نفس وهجرة \ ماجيستير وهجرة \ نقط وهجرة \ أنا قاعد

076 – ThanksForComing

“Thank you thank you very much for coming thank you for coming everybody, thank you for coming all over, thank you guys for coming, thank you for coming to, here’s a towel”
Reggie Watts – Why S**** so crazy?

♠ – symbol

Social concious did indeed play a big part in visual communication and graphic design in Britain throughout the 1960´s in the height of fears of the threat of nuclear war, whereupon this poster was created as a reaction to stop British disarmented, a logo which we now associate with peace, with the skull image representative of the nuclear bomber.

A world of shit

Who’s the leader of the club that’s made for

you and me?
M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E.
Who is marching coast to
coast and far across
the sea?
M-I-C-K-E-Y M-O-U-S-E.

Mickey Mouse. (Mickey Mouse.)
Mickey Mouse. (Mickey Mouse.)

Forever let us hold his banner high.
High. High. High.
along and sing a song and join the
Continue reading “A world of shit”

042 – The SLAP

But all the characters in The Slap are touchy, and that seems to be part of Tsiolkas’s point – in the Australia of the 21st century, multiculturalism has won. People of all ages, all ethnic groups and all political persuasions are interconnected and intermarried, and, at least some of the time, they just can’t handle it. The Slap, which was first published in Australia in 2008 and has since won the Commonwealth prize, is a “way we live now” novel, and it is riveting from beginning to end. Continue reading “042 – The SLAP”

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