I love shiny pokemon and making people happy, and I’ve been running around like mad in B2 hatching boxes full of eggs so here’s the deal: I’m doing a giveaway. There will be 9 winners, each of which will get three pokemon according to theme. You don’t have to be following me to win but you have to have your askbox open and obviously be willing to give me your friend code. All will be nicknameable because I won’t transfer them over to Y until the giveaway winners decide if they want names. Winners will be chosen via RNG. First place gets first pick, and so on. Just reblog and I shall add you to the list. Giveaway ends at midnight EST, March 21st. Now if you’ll excuse me, I have more boxes of eggs to hatch @~@.
Iwan Baan, who has photographed many well-known architectural works, many which have been featured on ArchDaily, recently shot the Hiroshi Senju Museum, designed by Tokyo based architect Ryue Nishizawa who won the Pritzker Prize in 2010 and is known for his works of various scales throughout Japan..
A Space Godzilla would have been the most amazing film ever made.
What is this? Concept art? Looks interesting.
These are by Katsuhiro Otomo (writer/illustrator of Akira), published in a 1979 issue of Japan’s version of Starlog. In it (to quote Toho Kingdom user Tamura) “Godzilla’s corpse washes ashore, followed by 2001-style head trips with Godzilla’s soul traversing the cosmos, his encounters with an alien entity, a final battle with a monster called Gamora, and Godzilla’s final evolution into infinity.”
It was, at the very least, proposed as a movie (using stop-motion for the kaiju), but I don’t know much beyond that.
Have you ever danced with the devil by the pale moonlight? Batman has, but surely the fallen leaves that have given their lives annually for a few thousand millennia know that feel as well, though Yunfan believes that need not be a saddening sacrifice: looping the withering process and turning it into an endless dance, the leaves’ way of saying this isn’t goodbye… just we’ll do this again next year.