“L’homme qui ment” (1968) - Alain Robbe-Grillet
it feels like that time in my life
Og Mandino (via misswallflower)
Don’t you feel that nowadays people are too engulfed by their own image? Their impressions, their experiences, their routines? That maybe at some point, the venture for yourself becomes a venture too much about yourself that it cascades down into something not even about yourself—but just an image. And that image does a lot of things and of those many things, it corrupts your pure intentions and blurs your vision from your self. There is a difference when you document your life, but you mull thoughtfully about it rather than channel it blindly through an iOS 6. If you have ever seen youtube videos about the scale of earth to the scale of a supergiant start like Aldebaran, that definitely gives the big picture. I have been stuck in the small picture. So I did myself a favor.
I de-activated my facebook.
My final piece for Intro to Animation class. A special investigation of the blurred delineations in my head between reality and dream. A gasp of romance where the heart is taken on a ride and I cannot control my actions after falling in love. I fulfill my heart’s desire by traveling to a destination, a state of mind and a person in this abstract, dreamy piece.