that Could be Told
in a Great Story
“The Kubrick vibe was absolutely intentional. [Director] David Slade and I had long conversations about the Kubrick-ian feel of this show. We are telling the story of a man who makes his living with his imagination who slowly loses his mind over the course of the season. We are telling a version of [The Shining], except the guy is not an alcoholic.” - Bryan Fuller
Illustration by dt.nguyen
The SerpentTheCharmer (Image & Text Curator) writes:
I keep coming back to look at this illustration. There’s something about it that is so primitive and visceral, the artistry is wonderful but it’s secondary to the feeling conveyed within it. It’s oddly peaceful to stare at.
For my recent show at Mondo Gallery I put together a collection of Bastards. Proofs and damaged prints that I ripped up and created new portraits out of. The results were interesting, sometimes hilarious, and once in a while, terrifying. You can see all 23 on sirmikeofmitchell.com
You can see (and purchase) them in person at Mondo Gallery in Austin, TX until May 25th.
This is the coolest.
But I believe in love, you know; love is a uniquely portable magic. I don’t think it’s in the stars, but I do believe that blood calls to blood and mind calls to mind and heart to heart.
Stephen King, 11/22/63 (via lyrexz)
He Meets Us at a Crossroad