SPARROWFALL

An elegant concoction of words and cool things

thedsgnblog:

Sherpa    |    http://sherpa-design.de

"A Clockwork Orange broaches the issue of the freedom of the individual by using the protagonist Alex. The recipient accompanies Alex through the plot and takes his point of view. He senses whenever Alex acts in a state of free will and he senses whenever Alexs free will is limited. Furthermore in some passages he takes a point of view above Alex as a spectator.

The notices being made in this position are arranged in a subtle visual and typographical staging. The recipient is being tricked. He thinks to be in full control about his way of reading. In fact the typographical staging has control about the recipient and guides him in one’s sole discretion.”

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strangeandoff-putting:

- Ici c’est un hôpital en Belgique.

- Belgique? Pourquoi Belgique?

AKA, “The greatest French lesson there ever was.”

ntlive:

NEW BROADCAST NEWS:We’re thrilled to announce that we’ll broadcast Skylight by David Hare, with Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy, directed by Stephen Daldry (The Audience) live from the West End to UK cinemas on Thursday 17 July. Venues will be on sale soon.Find out more.International screenings of Skylight will take place this autumn – we’ll announce dates here soon.Sign up for email updates.

ntlive:

NEW BROADCAST NEWS:

We’re thrilled to announce that we’ll broadcast Skylight by David Hare, with Carey Mulligan and Bill Nighy, directed by Stephen Daldry (The Audience) live from the West End to UK cinemas on Thursday 17 July. Venues will be on sale soon.

Find out more.

International screenings of Skylight will take place this autumn – we’ll announce dates here soon.

Sign up for email updates.

jedavu:

Illustration serie in black and white talking about symbolism and crossover world esoteric cultures.

Created by DZO Olivier

gioia-e-design:

London, playing now through August 23

"Bill Nighy and Carey Mulligan excel as one-time lovers in David Hare’s ideologically charged play"
explore-blog:

For Kafka’s birthday, My First Kafka – a hauntingly beautiful black-and-white adaptation of the beloved author in children’s verses

explore-blog:

For Kafka’s birthday, My First Kafkaa hauntingly beautiful black-and-white adaptation of the beloved author in children’s verses

jedavu:

Amazing sculptures from Matthew Simmonds

 

kat-howard:

dbvictoria:

Shakespearean insults, with cats.

7 more here.

I did not realize how very perfect cats were at delivering Shakespeare’s insults until now.

(via neil-gaiman)