Your Screenwriter Hasn't Been Himself Lately

I don't know, man.

Wedding prep. 

brendenfletcher:

karlkerschl:

Bruce Wayne… DATING!

Pitching this as an ongoing to DC now. In the meantime, who wants to see this as a regular backup in GOTHAM ACADEMY?! ;)

brendenfletcher:

karlkerschl:

Bruce Wayne… DATING!

Pitching this as an ongoing to DC now. In the meantime, who wants to see this as a regular backup in GOTHAM ACADEMY?! ;)

(via ramonperez)

samwolfeconnelly:

'Headless Summer'
graphite
A new drawing for Lore, a 3-person show that’s opening August 2nd at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco.
I’ll be flying out for the opening this weekend

samwolfeconnelly:

'Headless Summer'

graphite

A new drawing for Lorea 3-person show that’s opening August 2nd at Hashimoto Contemporary in San Francisco.

I’ll be flying out for the opening this weekend

midmarauder:

Hughes Talks about The Breakfast Club and how it was made

damienhirstworld:

Leviathan, 2006 - 2013
by Damien Hirst 
Hirst acquired this 6.8 metre-long basking shark with the assistance of London’s Natural History Museum, after it was found washed up on a Cornish beach. Stating the shark looked like a ‘monster from the deep’, Hirst titled the work after the mythical sea creature depicted in the Hebrew Bible and Christian Old Testament. Leviathan is also a reference to the 17th century British theoretician Thomas Hobbes’ work of social contract theory. As much as a physical monster, Hirst’s ‘Levitathan’ can be interpreted as a reference to the darkness inside the mind of man.

damienhirstworld:

Leviathan, 2006 - 2013

by Damien Hirst 

Hirst acquired this 6.8 metre-long basking shark with the assistance of London’s Natural History Museum, after it was found washed up on a Cornish beach. Stating the shark looked like a ‘monster from the deep’, Hirst titled the work after the mythical sea creature depicted in the Hebrew Bible and Christian Old Testament. Leviathan is also a reference to the 17th century British theoretician Thomas Hobbes’ work of social contract theory. As much as a physical monster, Hirst’s ‘Levitathan’ can be interpreted as a reference to the darkness inside the mind of man.

(via bleachnoir)