Favorite Napoleon & Illya moments (8/??): Season two, Episode 14, The Yukon Affair:

"Mr. Kuryakin, you’re particularly qualified for this assignment by reason of your experience in cold climates." 

"Do you wish Mr. Solo to accompany me, sir?" 

This is my favorite scene in terms of non-verbal interplay between the two of them. Just look at the second and fourth gifs - perfect. Just look at that face: 


Within our character interplay we have structured various voices to represent all kinds of theories (ie. Tai-San is mystical, Bray the elemental, Jack the practical, et cetera) but within the human condition overall I believe that the emotions of all the characters in the Tribe lies within us all. Some aspects are dormant, others lie sleeping and just need to awaken, others run rampant. But overall I think the storylines will entertain on one level, but on another level I sincerely hope that that are provocative enough for an audience to question whom, why, what, where.  (x)


Tenerife Espacio de las Artes in Santa Cruz de Tenerife, Spain - Herzog & de Meuron

From the very beginning of the design process we operated with courtyards, also because we wanted to connect the new TEA typologically with its existing neighbor building, the Antiguo Hospital Civil which has recently been transformed into the Museo de la Naturaleza y el Hombre. However, it took a while before we understood that all different activities and functions of the TEA should be assembled under one continuous roof structure rather than break down into individual wings. This is also one of the reasons why the elongated courtyards do not appear like embraced exterior spaces but rather like interior spaces that are being left open. The spatial interplay between inside and outside integrates rather than separates the very diverse urban landscapes which are so fascinating in Santa Cruz. The new cultural centre is therefore not only a place of encounter for people but also a place of intersection for the landscape of the contemporary city, the old city with its skyline along the Barranco and the archaic topography of the Barranco itself.

Photographs by Iwan Baan via Archdaily


Top 10 Video Games of all Time Number 2: Fallout 2

We can not discuss great games and not discuss interplays masterpiece Fallout 2. Every modern western RPG whether it’s Dragon Age, KOTOR, or even Fallout 3 and New Vegas, has taken many pieces from Fallout. With its open world, and no nonsense view of difficulty, and its complete and utter sense of freedom. Fallout 2 is one of the most important games ever.