Don Hahn, producer of damned near every one of Disney greatest animated films of the 1990s, has written a book about two of my favorite aesthetics – early Disneyland and mid-century modern: Yesterday’s Tomorrow: Disney’s Magical Mid-Century.
Publisher’s description: “Yesterday’s Tomorrow is a valentine to an era of optimism, relaxed lifestyle, and innovative design; a large-format, general audience book, illustrated with rarely seen art and photography of the mid-20th century reflecting the unique style that Walt Disney and his artists contributed to the era. If you’ve seen Sleeping Beauty, read Dwell Magazine, shopped at Design Within Reach, or watched Mad Men, this book is for you and all those who love this extraordinary era of Disney.”
Went to see Logan the other day and realised that Caliban’s actor is alSO THE GUY WHO PLAYS WHEATLEY AND NOW I’M KIND OF LAUGHING BECAUSE WHEATLEY’S SO STUPID AND A DICK AND CALIBAN’S SO CLEVER AND BRAVE
Fact: You don’t have to be 50/50 attracted to men and women to be bi. As long as you are attracted to two or more genders, you can identify as bisexual, even if you are way more attracted to one gender than others, or if your attraction is fluid, or if it feels different for different genders. That is still a normal and valid way of experiencing bisexuality.
im v tired of barrys who look like 50 year old white men so might i propose: barrys who look like they could be tom arnold’s son. arnold-reminiscent. high foreheads and square jaws but not. an old guy. please