this lovely human was high af on wisdom teeth meds and forgot to hit anon 😂😂 so i am keeping their identity a secret (per their request haha) but i hope this is kind of what you’re looking for, my friend!! rest up and take care! 💜💜
Okay so, almost three months ago my bestfriend and I went to Oslo and met Henrik. We actually spent some time with him but I’m not gonna post or write anything about that because it’s just something that means too much to me/us and I wanna keep it to myself :) Anyway. We asked him to write down on a piece of paper ‘alt er love’ because we wanted to get it tattoed in his handwriting. “Are you sure? You haven’t seen my calligraphy, it’s shitty” he told us with a smile but then he happily agreed to do it. He was in total concentration the whole time! When we told him that there was someone waiting for him he whispered “They’re just gonna have to walk by right now” :)
“I have to make it pretty!”
And he did.
We got the tattoo last week and posted the photo on IG. Last night this happened:
and I still can’t believe it. I’ve tried to put into words what I’m feeling but sometimes it’s just not possible, you know? All of this may seem silly to some people, but it actually means the world to me. :)
Maya Deren (1917-1961) was a Soviet-born
American artist, and one of the most important experimental filmmakers during
the avant-garde in the 40s and 50s. She was also a photographer, choreographer,
dancer, and poet.
Her most famous film
is the 1943 production Meshes of the
Afternoon, seen as a masterpiece of the American avant-garde. The film won
the Grand Prix Internationale at the 1946 Cannes Film Festival. She left behind
many other films, as well as influential essays on film theory.