performing arts posters

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Popee doodles from earlier.

idk the inspiration for the first one but the second one is in the still of this super duper cute animated short you can watch here

the boy in the short reminded me alot of Popee so

Three Neat Things About Genei Ibun Roku #FE

I’ve played about fifteen hours of Atlus and Nintendo’s bizarre RPG mashup, Genei Ibun Roku #FE, and let me tell you: it’s a weird game. Combining Shin Megami Tensei with Fire Emblem always seemed like a weird idea, but the actual end result has turned out to be far more odd than I had ever imagined. 

Genei Ibun Roku #FE is neither what I expected nor is it what I wanted from this crossover, but maybe that’s not exactly a bad thing. #FE is absolutely its own beast.

So here are three neat things about Genei Ibun Roku #FE.

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What Does Football Have to Do With Genocide? In Washington DC, Plenty

Gregg Deal, Pyramid Lake Paiute, has been taking his activism and art to the public in a number of ways, including his Last American Indian on Earth performance art and his poster work for Honor the Treaties. In his latest mural, the Washington, DC-based Deal is challenging the public to reconsider what having a team called “Redskins” in the year 2014 really means given the centuries of brutality perpetrated against Native Americans.

[ARTICLE] GOT7 Ranks No. 1 on Tower Records with Japanese Debut Single ‘Around The World’

GOT7 officially debuted in Japan on October 22. GOT7 released the Japanese debut single Around the World on October 22. 

GOT7’s debut single received a lot of love since before it was released, ranking number one on Tower Records’ overall Reservation Chart on October 20 as well as on Tower Records’ Daily Sales chart on 21.

GOT7’s pre-released title song Around The World released on September 8 and So Lucky produced by Jun. K released on October 6, each ranked number one on Japanese ringtone site Recochoku’s Daily Chart. 

The signs for GOT7’s debut single Around the World have been hung around Tokyo and GOT7’s poster was also displayed in Harajuku station in Tokyo.

In Tower Records’ biggest store located in Shibuya, GOT7’s grand sized panel was displayed, celebrating the release of the group’s debut single Around the World.

The store also set up GOT7’s photo zone, martial arts performance poster on the ceiling as well as selling GOT7’s original mineral water.

One entire floor of the shop was decorated into ‘GOT7 World’ on October 22, setting up the GOT7 members’ life sized figures and playing unreleased video clips on a large screen.

GOT7 will be launching the final concert for its first Japan tour GOT7 1st Japan Tour 2014 Around the World on November 5 and 6 in Makuhari Messe Event Hall in Tokyo.

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