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 No.6750[Reply]

what do you guys think of H.P lovecraft ?
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 No.21593

>>21123
>blocked by Sony Pictures
Anyone have it downloaded? My file got corrupted.

 No.21594

I found In the Mouth of Madness to be a pretty surreal Lovecraftian film that still made sense, despite the eldritch existential horror.

 No.21601

>>6750
the cat thing outs him has a racist I think

 No.21606

>>21601
he used to be a racist until he matured

 No.21674

>>21156
I think Lovecraft had a huge love for both middle eastern and East Asian culture. In many stories he has referenced both cultures as well as making a story envisioning a rise of East Asia specifically China even during his racist period. Later on he was noted in many of his private letters to praise China as being a very traditionalist and cultured country.
>>21606
More correctly he got laid with a Jewish lady which forced him to socialize and drop the schizophrenia.



 No.19465[Reply]

Can we have a thread for art? Post masterpieces and amazing art work crafted through out history.
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 No.21229

>>21212
I mean, it's annotated:
>With a red wedge, beat the Whites!
Can't get more obvious than spelling it out

 No.21661

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Guminer, Yakov. (1923). 1 мая [The 1st of May].

 No.21667

From Dostoyevsky's "The Possessed"
>“In my sleep I had a dream which was completely new to me, for I had never had one like it. In the Dresden gallery there is a picture by Claude Lorraine, called in the catalogue, I think, ‘Acis and Galatea,’ but I always called it ‘The Golden Age,’ I don’t know why. I had seen it before, but about three days ago, as I passed through Dresden, I saw it again. I even went on purpose to have a look at it, and possibly for this alone I stopped at Dresden. It was that picture I dreamt of, but not as of a picture, but as of a reality.
>“A corner of the Greek Archipelago; blue caressing waves, islands and rocks; fertile shore, a magic vista on the horizon, the appeal of the setting sun—no words could describe it. Here was the cradle of European man, here were the first scenes of the mythological world, here its green paradise…. Here had once lived a beautiful race. They rose and went to sleep happy and innocent; they filled the woods with their joyful songs; the great abundance of their virgin powers went out into love and into simple happiness. The sun bathed these islands and 65sea in its beams, rejoicing in its beautiful children. Wonderful dream, splendid illusion! A dream the most incredible of all that had ever been dreamt, but upon it the whole of mankind has lavished all its powers throughout history; for this it has made every sacrifice, for this men have died on the cross and their prophets have been killed; without this, nations will not live and are unable even to die. I lived through all these feelings in my dream; I do not know what exactly I dreamt about, but the rocks, the sea, and the slanting rays of the setting sun—all these seemed to be still visible to me, when I woke and opened my eyes and, for the first time in my life, found them full of tears.

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>>21667
"The Embarkation of the Queen of Sheba"
From Ivan Chtcheglov's "Formulary for a New Urbanism"
>Other examples of this desire to construct situations can be found in the past. Edgar Allan Poe and his story of the man who devoted his wealth to the construction of landscapes [“The Domain of Arnheim”]. Or the paintings of Claude Lorrain. Many of the latter’s admirers are not quite sure to what to attribute the charm of his canvases. They talk about his portrayal of light. It does indeed have a rather mysterious quality, but that does not suffice to explain these paintings’ ambience of perpetual invitation to voyage. This ambience is provoked by an unaccustomed architectural space. The palaces are situated right on the edge of the sea, and they have “pointless” hanging gardens whose vegetation appears in the most unexpected places. The incitement to drifting is provoked by the palace doors’ proximity to the ships.

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>>21669
>This new vision of time and space, which will be the theoretical basis of future constructions, is still imprecise and will remain so until experimentation with patterns of behavior has taken place in cities specifically established for this purpose, cities bringing together — in addition to the facilities necessary for basic comfort and security — buildings charged with evocative power, symbolic edifices representing desires, forces and events, past, present and to come. A rational extension of the old religious systems, of old tales, and above all of psychoanalysis, into architectural expression becomes more and more urgent as all the reasons for becoming impassioned disappear.



 No.4772[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

I love you guys lol
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 No.14766

>>14743
Yeah, it sucks, information wants to be free in my opinion. We used to have e621 for that but they eventually got too cozy with the moneyed side of the fandom and cucked out and now they respect all takedown requests. If you're selling your art that's one thing but it's even more annoying when the artist just decides to wipe their gallery for no good reason (just because they are attention seekers I guess).

 No.18717

>>12531
>lolifag shit

 No.21608

Bump

 No.21629

I wish I was at mff all my friends are there 😭

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ily



 No.5853[Reply]

http://markluskin.blogspot.com/2011/03/from-archive-dark-deco-by-dr-michael.html?m=1
&ltthe Art Deco enthusiast, like the devotee of Expressionism, is by that interest making a statement about the nature of his or her soul. He or she is impatient with surface images, bored with frippery, and drawn by the weird and the outré. Art Deco portrays the human being as one secretly wishes to be: a kind of _Metropolis_ robot[rix] with a dispassionate, cool, and cruel disposition. Art Deco is never warm, cozy, reassuring; it is glacial and impersonal. Those fearful of, dissatisfied with, or contemptuous of human emotions seek in Art Deco a mirror which will show them - and reinforce in them - only the non-human aspects of their souls.

Post pics of your favourite pieces of art deco.
Pic related: Hoover building, A40 (Western Avenue), London, England.
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 No.14207

a better question is: Is art Deco bourgeois?

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 No.14414

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>>14207
It is bourgeois. But is it any good? That's another question. the better question depends on whether you're looking at it from the viewpoint of hobbyist, or from that of a town planner, in my view.

 No.21607

The quintessential art deco skyscraper.



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 No.10326[Reply]

What does /hobby/ smoke?
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 No.20530

benis :-DDD

 No.20547

>>20530
SMOKED,COM

 No.20556

Anyone seen the Truth campaign against vapes? They are trying to say nicotine causes depression and getting eviscerated in the comments of their own paid promoted posts.

https://twitter.com/DepressionStick
https://twitter.com/truthinitiative

Apparently the UK has fully embraced vaping as a medically and scientifically approved smoking cessation device.

The US is trying to ban independent and DIY vaping to secure tax profits for the master settlement agreement with Phillip Morris and RJ Reynolds now Altria who owns Juul. All the flavor ban scares and anti-nicotine propaganda. the PACT act etc, are a push to monopolize the industry through oppressive regulatory hurdles and maintain the $XX dollars a day spending.

 No.21565

Montengo Red 100's cus cheap but I smoke American Spirits for celebrations.

 No.21580

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whatever it takes to stay sane in these times.



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 No.4680[Reply][Last 50 Posts]

Its about time we talk about the connection between Harry Potter, Liberalism, and idpol.

and also how JK Rowling is the biggest blair simp
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 No.21547

>>21546
he kinda looks like marx tbh

 No.21549

>>21545
yea, it makes sense, he's a very working class, marginalized kind of character
>>21547
sorry, had to repost with punctuation lol

 No.21552

What a shitty timeline we live in. People larping about this stuff instead of making analogies, if anything, with stories such as Fist of the North Star, Cowboy Bepop or some other actually cool shit.

>>21541
That's just some kind of joke played by someone setting up the props that went undetected through production, just like that porn frame one could see in the original release of Bianca and Bernie or something like that.

 No.21555

>>21552
would be pretty for it to go unnoticed by the director or editor or whoever

 No.21556

>>21555
pretty hard*



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 No.21553[Reply]

Lock me up


 No.2906[Reply]

За Победу!

Post photographs, videos, documents, maps, medals and stories relating to the Great Patriotic War.
Post about WW-II history you know or want to know about. Primarily Soviet focused but includes others too.

If you have a soviet veteran in your family history, feel free to create an account and register their name, photo and any other information at http://moypolk.ru
No shitposting
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 No.21264

>>5129
you have an awful lot of confidence in humans
dehumanizing enemies so they can be killed easier is standard practice for all soldiers
we are but mere toys of the world at large. Many decent people did awful things, cause they got completely desensitized to death and others sufferings during the war.

 No.21267

>>5129
>Soviet-Purges.jpg
>is a picture of an Einsatzgruppen mass execution

 No.21422

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https://www.marxists.org/reference/archive/stalin/works/1941/11/06.htm

Speech at Celebration Meeting of the Moscow Soviet of Working People's Deputies and Moscow Party and Public Organizations
November 6, 1941

 No.21443

>>14362
>>17309
2:11- 2:36
"Но тут надо такую линию провести. Мы всегда под словом 'Русский' понимали всех… всех понимали: Тут были и Украинцы, тут были Узбеки, тут были и Казаки, Рус было как б олицетворение было всех вместе вот…" - Михаил Тимофеевич Калашников, 1993



 No.4991[Reply]

Post leftist political cartoons, current or old.

Preferably originals, but edits are welcome too.

caricatures and political posters also welcome
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>>21170
I'll post translations for those that request them later.

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>>21171
Last set at the moment

 No.21173

>>21172
These are extremely cool and all but these are posters, not political cartoons… right?

 No.21175

>>21173
They're technically both since their messages are political.

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 No.18210[Reply]

transfer window edition
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 No.18876

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mesi

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 No.21370

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Can he solve this mess?

 No.21400

>>21370
Who knows, this season already feels kinda lost for Barcelona.
The fact is that Barcelona in 2021 is not a very good team, and they don't have money to buy new players. Gavi, Nico, Fati and Pedri are all promising players but this is gonna be a long term project, I think. Luckily, Xavi is gonna get the longest leash possible and Koeman already did a lot of the dirty work and I think he deserves some credit for incorporating some of these La Masia players in the first team squad.
I think it would be best for them just to forget about the Champions League and focus on a decent result in La Liga. Even though they have the worst team in years they should still be able to finish among the top four.



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