living exhibition

Finally ended! Finally done

I came back to Tumblr because of this anime. Can’t believe that there’s gonna be an anime came up to ruin my life by drag me sit in front of the computer, launch my hand to finish many full drawing like this, and make me sleep at four every day. Also even though my English is suck but I’m still keep reading many critical YOI articles. This’s quite a new experience for me because I never be like this before. 

But Thank you to Kubo-sensei and the team to create this beautiful series. I’m looking forward to the next season!!

ps. continue from this >> http://moconiz.tumblr.com/post/154784513016/praise-to-yoi-ep12-tt-i-can-rest-in-peace

ps2. If not because YOI, I’ll not meet you two, @akashiseijuurou-4 @cicilovemakoto thank you so much to talk and been crazy with me. nice to talk to both of you TT/////////TT

ps3. print available in Redbubble http://www.redbubble.com/people/mocon/works/24507382-we-were-born-to-make-history?asc=u&c=629761-yuri-on-ice

Naptime, anyone?

Since MoMA’s Department of Architecture and Design was first established in the early 1930s, the Museum’s curators, guided by a belief in the power of design to shape everyday experiences and perceptions, have focused on the question “How should we live?” as one of the most vital issues in contemporary design.

The exhibition How Should We Live? Propositions for the Modern Interior, now on view, explores the complex collaborations, materials, and processes that have shaped the modernist interior, with a focus on specific environments—domestic interiors, re-created exhibition displays, and retail spaces—from the 1920s to the 1950s. Learn more at mo.ma/themoderninterior

[Installation view of How Should We Live? Propositions for the Modern Interior. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, October 1, 2016-April 23, 2017. © 2016 The Museum of Modern Art. Photo: Martin Seck]

“To create, one must first question everything.”

“To create, one must first question everything.” - Eileen Gray

How Should We Live? Propositions for the Modern Interior explores the collaborations, materials, and processes that have shaped the modernist interior, with a focus on specific spaces from the 1920s to the 1950s and is on view now.

[Installation view of How Should We Live? Propositions for the Modern Interior. The Museum of Modern Art, New York, October 1, 2016-April 23, 2017. © 2016 The Museum of Modern Art. Photo: Martin Seck]

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Jongins comments on the FanBook exhibtion 

And his autograph on some of the art. (art and photos not mine)

Chaos Theory.

Chaos is the science of surprises, of the nonlinear and the unpredictable. It teaches us to expect the unexpected. While most traditional science deals with supposedly predictable phenomena like gravity, electricity, or chemical reactions, Chaos Theory deals with nonlinear things that are effectively impossible to predict or control, like turbulence, weather, the stock market, our brain states, and so on. These phenomena are often described by Fractal Mathematics, which captures the Infinite Complexity of Nature. Many natural objects exhibit Fractal Properties, including landscapes, clouds, trees, organs, rivers etc, and many of the systems in which we live exhibit Complex, Chaotic behavior. Recognizing the Chaotic, Fractal Nature of our world can give us new insight, power, and wisdom. 

Principles of Chaos

The Butterfly Effect: This effect grants the power to cause a hurricane in China to a butterfly flapping its wings in New Mexico. It may take a very long time, but the connection is real. If the butterfly had not flapped its wings at just the right point in space/time, the hurricane would not have happened. A more rigorous way to express this is that small changes in the initial conditions lead to drastic changes in the results. Our lives are an ongoing demonstration of this principle. 

Unpredictability: Because we can never know all the initial conditions of a complex system in sufficient (i.e. perfect) detail, we cannot hope to predict the ultimate fate of a complex system. Even slight errors in measuring the state of a system will be amplified dramatically, rendering any prediction useless. Since it is impossible to measure the effects of all the butterflies (etc) in the world, accurate long-range weather prediction will always remain impossible.

Order / Disorder: Chaos is not simply disorder. Chaos explores the transitions between order and disorder, which often occur in surprising ways.

Mixing: Turbulence ensures that two adjacent points in a complex system will eventually end up in very different positions after some time has elapsed. 

Fractals: A fractal is a never-ending pattern. Fractals are infinitely complex patterns that are self-similar across different scales. They are created by repeating a simple process over and over in an ongoing feedback loop. Driven by recursion, fractals are images of dynamic systems – the pictures of Chaos. Geometrically, they exist in between our familiar dimensions. Fractal patterns are extremely familiar, since nature is full of fractals. For instance: trees, rivers, coastlines, mountains, clouds, seashells, hurricanes, etc.

EVERY PERSONA Q MAP

ok so i am very excited to have finally gotten 100% on every floor of every labyrinth and i know how annoying and confusing map-making can be so i am now sharing them with all of u wonderful people if you need them so HERE YA GO (jesus this is gonna be a long post buckle up)

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Bless me, then, wisewoman,

he said softly, “and go.”
I laid a hand on his shoulder, groping for words. Jenny had taught me a few of the ancient Celtic prayers of protection; I tried to summon the words in my mind.
“Jesus, Thou Son of Mary,” I started, speaking hoarsely, “I call upon Thy name; and on the name of John the Apostle beloved, And on the names of all the saints in the red domain, To shield thee in the battle to come…”               
(Excerpt From: Diana Gabaldon. “Dragonfly in Amber.” iBooks.)

(photo of tapestry - Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels, Los Angeles, CA)

Just as Claire prayed for Jamie right before their separation, praying for the intercession of Saints has been an integral part of life for Catholics and some other Christian denominations since the time of Christ.  While many people do not necessarily believe in Saints from a religious perspective, we all have people in our lives who exhibit “saint-like” qualities - love, generosity, forgiveness, laughter, kindness - so make today a day to remember those people, whether living in this life or in the light of eternity - and be grateful for them!

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“In 1998, I curated a presentation for the Biennale di Firenze in Florence, together with the brilliant cinematographer Dante Ferretti from Rome. The theme was fashion and cinema. Out of the 22 designers that I’d chosen to take part, Raf was the most demanding, despite being the least well known. He insisted he would only take part in the exhibition if we would allow three teenage boys to live in his installation for the show’s three-week duration. The Florence fire department, and health and safety officers, had to be persuaded first. I also had to convince the organisers that Raf Simons was an extremely important designer and that his vision of fashion was absolutely relevant to the future and that the title ‘2001 minus 3’ was a reason he had to be included. Eventually the reconstruction of Raf’s all-white Antwerp apartment was built at the back of Stazione Leopolda, and the boys lived in the exhibition space during opening hours, then sneaked out of the back door each night to experience the delights of Florence’s club-life.” – Terry Jones

Photos by Bert Houbrechts via [x]

Oikise Headcannons

Random headcannons for @ironnheart

1. Oikawa and Kise once met each other as children but they don’t remember each other

2. Oikawa sometimes gets jealous when other people like Kise’s photos on anything. Kise is an airhead so of course he won’t notice.

3. They once went on a date to a museum (God knows why) but they both ran out as soon as they saw the first exhibit being live bugs.

4. Oikawa once tried to style Kise’s hair while he was sleeping (as a prank) to look like a super saiyans. For two whole weeks Oikawa had to sleep on the couch.

5. When Kise met Iwaizumi for the first time, he literally thought that he was Kasamatsu and he just kept asking him a bunch of questions about what happened to the old Kasamatsu

“I know you’re lying Kasamatsu-Senpai!”

“I don’t even know who that is!!”

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I did a series of illustrations for the 1930 | Her Living Room exhibition at The Mix-Place (衡山和集) in Shanghai. The show combines fashion, art and design to portray the fashionable lives of the Shanghai women in the 30s

In the 30s of the last century, Shanghai was already an international metropolis that had the vibes of the east and the west. The Shanghai ladies were independent, well educated, pretty and had good sense in fashion no matter they were dressing in the traditional Qipao or western clothing.

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Rohulamin Quander’s ancestors were slaves.

However, unlike a majority of the enslaved population, Sucky Bay and Nancy Carter Quander served George and Martha Washington, the first First Family, and worked on their Mount Vernon farms.

Now, hundreds of years after they worked as spinners on the estate’s River Farm, Sucky Bay, Carter Quander and the rest of the 317 slaves who inhabited Mount Vernon are receiving the recognition they deserve.

In a new exhibit, “Lives Bound Together: Slavery At George Washington’s Mount Vernon,” visitors can take a closer look at just how intertwined the Washingtons’ lives were with the slaves on their property. The exhibit allows those moving through the galleries to gain a deeper understanding of how slaves supported and provided for those on Mount Vernon. While Washington helped establish the United States as a free country, they played an integral part in preserving life on the estate.

Records, Descendants Help Weave Stories Of George Washington’s Slaves

Photos: Raquel Zaldivar/NPR