street art exhibition

Young kid dressed as a Hindu God and tourists offered her tea and snacks to make her happy but she seemed much more demanding and a tough little God to impress.  Seen on the streets of Pushkar.

Photo Series: Faces of India
Location: Pushkar, Rajasthan

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Some weeks ago it was announced Madhouse would have an art exhibition to say goodbye to the Hunter x Hunter anime and today I went to check it out myself.

Asagaya’s Anime Street is a very small but discreet and stylish street located directly beneath the tracks of the JR Chuo Sobu line, a mere 5 minute walk from the Asagaya Station.

Madhouse’s locale was located near the end of the street and it was very small in size, as in the locale couldn’t have been bigger than 5 metres wide and 3 meters tall, yet the size clearly proved no impediment. The Hunter x Hunter exhibit showcased some production art along with most of the merchandise that has been produced for the Madhouse version of the series.

They had a “second floor” (which was more of a small platform over the register than anything) with an animation desk that had some production sketches and doodles over it. Photos were not allowed, though.

Also, they have an offer in which if you spend more than ¥2,000 on merchandise they give you a copy of one of the exhibited animation key frames as a “free gift”. Since I bought the “best of” music compilation CD I was offered a copy too. It was REALLY tough to decide but I ended up settling for the Alluka and Killua picture from the last opening because omg cuties. <3

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The exhibition was small but definitely worth the train ride!

All photos were taken with permission of the store clerk (who was a really rad guy!) Also, next weekend there will be a Hunter x Hunter only event held in Akihabara. Of course I’m planning to attend it and take pictures so I can share them over here as well :D

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Location: Pushkar, Rajasthan

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Flower Boy (Im Jaebum)

Originally posted by jehbum


“You look like the kind of person who’d sharpen knives or scuba dive in their free time.”

“Two things that have no relevance to my life.”

Word Count: 1,292

Genre:  Fluff, Comedy

Warnings: Drinking, Smoking, (at some point) Language.

A/N:

I know what you’re thinking, here she goes again with another flower shop AU well fight me I love flowers. I’m sorry if you do not fit the description of the reader I described but it is hard to describe each and one of you. Yes I do love looking at the meanings of flowers and using them to piss people off passive-aggressively and it may be an ongoing thing. This will have a part two so keep watching for that if you like. Thank you for reading and enjoy! <3

What he Looks Like: (x)

At first glance, you weren’t very intimidating. Okay, so you weren’t intimidating at all. Soft hair, petite and the way you dressed didn’t particularly contradict that image. Out of all your co-workers from the tattoo parlor, you by far partied the most, drinking and smoking until the sun rose the following morning. The tattoo parlor you worked at was one of the best in Seoul and a well-known one at that.  People were often surprised to find you there, often assuming you’d gotten lost only to find that you are their tattoo artist. Later you know they will thank you a thousand times as they admire the new art inked on their bodies. A sort of satisfaction came with knowing that people wanted your beautiful artwork on them for the rest of their lives, knowing that they were very happy with you.

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