Jules Claretie a écrit : “ Toute personne qui entreprend quelque chose a contre elle ceux qui voudraient faire la même chose, ceux qui font précisément le contraire et surtout la grande armée des gens d'autant plus sévères qu'ils ne font rien du tout. ”
"Oh god... W-what have I done. I..I didn't mean to go this far. But I couldn't stop myself. I'm so so sorry," Eli says to the lifeless body laying several feet in front of him. (This is after Eli agrees to the terms of the organization that helped him take down James and the organization does something to Eli that makes it hard to control himself)
I just got done reading something about mental disorders I realized something. Sometimes our worst traits, in reality could be our best. Maybe its not a demon, maybe its like a super power. I mean dont get me wrong depression sucks. Anxiety sucks. But read some of these facts I learned.
Cute, right? But beyond that, just seeing this on the board made two things very clear to me. I know that this teacher understands the power of visual representations and she has clearly established routines for minimizing interruptions. I did indeed see children using the signals as I was in the room, so she is clearly using the system she put in place.
Rachel Whiteread Armory 2013 I really like this piece because of its simplicity! All it seems is a bunch of blocks on the ground, but I feel it means so much more. The different colors maybe resemble feelings or something more meaningful, or just a simple stack of blocks!
Shibori - beautiful traditional japanese technique invovling the treatment of fabrics. Anything from folding in sections, taking in part & tying fabrics together, manipulation of fabric creates a 'tie-dye' effect, portraying patterns/textures. Shibori is a very personal & unique way of producing textiles, you'll never get the same outcome twice. Shibori means “to wring, squeeze, press” which allows an endless possibilities of combining colours & patterns. Hiroyuki Murase-Suzusan