Listening to Placebo in a hot milk & honey dyed pink bath. *purrs blissfully* I’m currently on the search for a record player stand or shelf for my records and my crosley. If anyone knows of one let me know please! 💜💜💜
The boy in these photos is 12-year-old David Fox, who had been popular at school, was teased by his classmates and slowly edged out. ’Nobody wanted me on their side or anything like that,’ he said. ’Even the teachers used to pull me aside and ask me about this CD cover.’
Aries: Fall Out Boy Taurus: Panic! At The Disco Gemini: Paramore Cancer: 30 seconds to Mars Leo: The Killers Virgo: Green Day Libra: Placebo Scorpio: My Chemical Romance Sagittarius: Bring Me The Horizon Capricorn: Black Veil Brides Aquarius: Muse Pisces: Linkin park
After 10 thousand years, finally a new drawing for my Fisheye Placebo comic. For those wondering, I haven’t abandoned the project. Not even close. But my life has been consumed by the crazy Axent Wear headphones that I’m currently working on. There’s been some issues with my co-founder and we’re working on a compromise but it’s taking some time. I’ll keep everyone posted on when that will be resolved and when I’ll finally be able to return to working on my comics.
Here Frey is waiting to make his next move against the Solar Eye. I really liked the concept of Strategy vs Tactics described by Michel de Certeau in his The Practice of Everyday Life.
“A tactic is a calculated action determined by the absence of a proper locus. … The space of a tactic is the space of the other”. A tactic is deployed “on and with a terrain imposed on it and organized by the law of a foreign power.” One who deploys a tactic “must vigilantly make use of the cracks that particular conjunctions open in the surveillance of the proprietary powers. It poaches in them. It creates surprises in them”
In Fisheye Placebo, Frey falls under Tactics while going against the Strategies of the surveillance state. I will be revealing new antagonists in the following chapters so stay tuned! :)