finishing a good book, staying up late to talk to a friend, earning enough money to buy something you really wanted, meeting new people, random compliments, letting someone play with your hair
feeling sand between your toes, dancing wildly, the tingling feeling you get when you see someone you have a crush on, making someone blush, listening to a song on repeat, the smell of the ocean
winning a race, action movies, starting a new project, finding a new hobby, expanding a collection, splashing water on your face, catching your breath, sour candies, spicy food
long hugs, passionate kissing, helping a friend face their fears, having someone tell you that they admire you, the smell of fresh cut grass, getting a great discount at the store, standing your ground
Coming up with great comebacks, getting wild at a party, bouncing ideas off of another person, finding a person you connect deeply with, love letters, sticky notes, zoning out while listening to music
resolving an argument, finding missing items while cleaning, reassurance, getting a new set of paints, eating your favorite food, the smell of breakfast cooking in the morning, family reunions
spending a long time to style your hair, inside jokes, tanning on the beach, ice cream that is starting to melt, leading the group project, teaching someone a new skill, flirting unabashedly, treating yourself, shopping sprees
keeping your room organized, asking someone if you can pet their dog, holding your pet close to your chest, hiking, writing in a planner, planning out a trip in advance, writing short stories, getting a good grade on a test
receiving flowers, stopping to admire the sunset, the smell of perfume, buying a new painting, public displays of affection, getting paint all over your clothes, wearing your significant other’s clothes
being correct, not letting someone tell your what you can or can not do, resting your head on someone’s shoulder, playfully teasing a friend, laughing way too hard, trying to cheer someone up, smiling at strangers
exploring a new city, getting the window seat, finding a dollar bill in your jean pocket, open fields, skylights, wind blowing through your hair, trying a new food, going with your friend on a roller coaster
getting a promotion, creating something new, spending time with family, Christmas traditions, family game night, watching documentaries, finding someone that share your interests, smelling flowers, spending the whole day reading a book, finding random facts on the internet
Marie Curie: The Courage of Knowledge (GERMANY) - written by Marie Noelle and Andrea Stoll
Nobel Prize–winning physicist and chemist Marie Curie courted controversy with both her challenging of France’s male-dominated academic establishment and her unconventional romantic life.
All We Had - written by Jill Killington and Josh Boone
A mother struggles to make a better life for her daughter.
The Bounce Back - written by Staci Robinson, Youssef Delara, and Victor Teran
Matthew Taylor is on a whirlwind book tour promoting his new best seller, The Bounce Back. He’s got it all figured out until he meets a talk show circuit therapist who’s convinced he’s nothing but a charlatan.
Office Christmas Party - written by Laura Solon and Justin Malen
When his uptight CEO sister threatens to shut down his branch, the branch manager throws an epic Christmas party in order to land a big client and save the day, but the party gets way out of hand…
A Kind of Murder - written by Susan Boyd
In 1960s New York, a successful architect’s fascination with an unsolved murder leads him into a spiral of chaos as he is forced to play cat-and-mouse with a clever killer and an overambitious detective.
Hidden Figures (LIMITED) - written by Allison Schroeder and Theodore Melfi
A team of African-American women provide NASA with important mathematical data needed to launch the program’s first successful space missions.
Raphael unsurprisingly storms into the loft, the door crashing into the wall and staying there, it’s handle caught in the spiderweb cracks made in the plaster. Magnus doesn’t even flinch. He sips at his scotch, the movement mechanical and timed like a clockwork doll.
“Where is she?” Raphael demands icily, his voice quiet as he looms over Magnus in his chair. He’s about ready to lose it, vibrating in his skin, nostrils flaring as he struggles to hold back the anger.
“Idris’ Tanning Salon,” Magnus says, his usual fanciful flair failing. Like a three day old balloon at a party that bounces along the floor, it’s just a melancholy sight rather than anything resembling the previous joyful demeanor.
@bobbyhundreds: “Last night, we invited friends and family to our LA store in celebration of 10 years of being on Rosewood Ave. At the same time, we gave Big Sean our corner spot for his pop-up shop. While The Hundreds’ party was bouncing in the back, the rapper’s fans wrapped around front, staring into the fishbowl of RSWD generations. Streetwear has thrived and survived for decades, and now means different things to different people. I’m sure the kids in long merch tees and Boosts were pressed up against the glass, scratching their heads at the OGs and new jacks in obscure, underground labels. And, vice versa. Like skateboarding can be contests or Thrasher, like rap is Yachty or Run the Jewels, streetwear is nuanced now, and there’s something for everyone. I’m proud to stand with the men and women in our corner: the architects and the flagbearers of a profound culture. Ten years of RSWD history, anchoring the block, building the platform for LA streetwear. On this night, we came full circle - a little bit older, none the wiser, anxious to get the next ten started. I am proud to call them our children, our brothers, our sisters, and our teachers. You can call them RSWD. #RSWD10″
Here are some color keys and background I painted on Star! I helped Josh Parpan working on the opening sequence for Star! (It was one of my favorite thing to work on ) And also a color key and a background for a bounce lounge on ‘Party with a Pony’ episode!