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tired...

I just wanna hit the hay ASAP!

I was running, brainstorming, encoding, meeting up with the speakers, printing documents and doing consultations with sir Pimentel regarding our major requirement in metaphysics for the entire day. I’m so tired, I’ve felt like I’ve been dancing nonstop… I can’t even think of anything to write anymore….my grammar sucks at this point but I don’t care… I just wanna sleep…zzzZZZZzzzzZZZZzzz…

Group 1, I guess this is really izz it izz it…

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Max (Francesc Capdevila)

One of the more interesting avante-garde European comic author/illustrators. He has won several awards for his various works, which include illustrations, covers for books and magazines, including the New Yorker, and graphic novels. He’s also the editor of the graphics anthology NSLM. His most recent book, Bardin the Superrealist, combines blocky, cartoonish, and almost ligne claire design with psychedelic mythological imagery and a heavy dose of surrealism.  

his ♥

We get to ask the speakers for the title of their talk for the Philosophical Lecture that we are currently organizing…and so they’ve scribbled it on a piece of paper :)

Yah, I guess this is actually Sir Churva’s handwriting..hehehe

 

 The titles are not yet final…

OMG, junlabebs mode…

LOL

2015-07-20 17:45:03
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National Sporting Library and Museum

The National Sporting Library & Museum, located in beautiful, historic Middleburg, Virginia, is dedicated to preserving, promoting and sharing the literature, art and culture of equestrian, angling and field sports. Founded in 1954, the institution has over 26,000-books dating from the 16th-21st centuries. The John H. Daniels Fellowship program supports the research of visiting scholars. The Museum, a newly renovated and expanded historic building on the Library campus, houses exhibits of American and European animal and sporting fine art. Information is shared through exhibitions, lectures, seminars, publications and special events. The NSLM is open to researchers and the general public.