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Ellie, 

I’m going to share a secret with you, I’m not a big fan of kids and I hate babies. And yet… I’m staring at you and I’m just awestruck.

You’re not even a day old and holding you is the most incredible thing I’ve done in my life - a life that is about to get cut a little short.(…)

I’m not going to lie, this is a pretty messed up world. It won’t be easy. The thing you always have to remember is that, life is worth living! Find your purpose and fight for it.

I see so much strength in you. I know you’ll turn out to be the woman you’re meant to be.

Forever… your loving mother

Anna

Make me proud, Ellie!

Fictional Landscapes


Frank Lloyd Wright

This was the last Frank Lloyd Wright’s dream: Ellis Island ‘city of the future’, designed in 1959. As a part of those projects never built in New York, journalist reports the news accompanied with colorful drawings :

‘’..After the immigration centre was decommissioned in 1954 the site was offered to developers.
The highest bid proposed a ‘completely self-contained city of the future’ designed by recently deceased Frank Lloyd Wright.
It featured a circular podium superimposed on the rectangular island. There were thousands of apartments and a 500-room hotel. Air-conditioned domes would house theatres, hospitals, churches and schools. Cars would be replaced by moving pavements.
All proposals were rejected and the island was declared a national monument…’’ 

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Dutch Design Heroes: Ben Bos, by Graham Sturt, Medium, June 27, 2017

(image: AGI : Graphic Design Since 1950, Edited by Ben & Elly Bos, Thames & Hudson, London, 2007)

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“Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it.”

[ ferris bueller’s day off remake ]requested by anonymous

cameron boyce as ferris bueller

booboo stewart as cameron frye | lilimar hernandez as sloane peterson | sarah barrable-tishauer as jeannie bueller

boris kodjoe as tom bueller | tracee ellis ross as katie bueller | jolene purdy as grace

christian serratos as gal volbeck