slaughterhouse90210:

“A society manufactures the heroes it requires.”
― Colson Whitehead,
Zone One

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Whatever works

nevver:

Life in Hell
“As American police militarize and anti-immigrant fascist parties rise in Europe, we can see a sort of Israelification across the west. Technosocial acceleration means dystopia with a lot of intersecting market and non-market mechanisms of control to keep it that way. Capital can build walls and crash through them too; owners play by their own rules, their own geography. Capital draws, redraws, and enforces lines between workers according to structural necessity: It knows how to fight a class war as a race war and call it a drug war; it knows if you subject women to a culture of physical, psychological, sexual, and emotional abuse, you can pay them less; it knows borders aren’t for keeping people out, they’re for controlling the wages of the people they let in. What here is worth accelerating?”
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Production Design | Blade Runner (1982)
































by Lawrence G. Paull







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the-cyber-hell:

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Production Design | Blade Runner (1982)
































by Lawrence G. Paull







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There have been many BR photosets but this takes the cake
the-cyber-hell:

voxlunch:








































Production Design | Blade Runner (1982)
































by Lawrence G. Paull







Autoreblog engaged

There have been many BR photosets but this takes the cake
the-cyber-hell:

voxlunch:








































Production Design | Blade Runner (1982)
































by Lawrence G. Paull







Autoreblog engaged

There have been many BR photosets but this takes the cake
the-cyber-hell:

voxlunch:








































Production Design | Blade Runner (1982)
































by Lawrence G. Paull







Autoreblog engaged

There have been many BR photosets but this takes the cake
the-cyber-hell:

voxlunch:








































Production Design | Blade Runner (1982)
































by Lawrence G. Paull







Autoreblog engaged

There have been many BR photosets but this takes the cake

the-cyber-hell:

voxlunch:

Production DesignBlade Runner (1982)

by Lawrence G. Paull

Autoreblog engaged

There have been many BR photosets but this takes the cake

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“Printer’s ink has been running a race against gunpowder these many, many years. Ink is handicapped, in a way, because you can blow up a man with gunpowder in half a second, while it may take twenty years to blow him up with a book. But the gunpowder destroys itself along with its victim, while a book can keep on exploding for centuries.”
— Christopher Morley, The Haunted Bookshop (via observando)
“Do you take pride in the hurt? Does it make you feel large and tragic?”
— John Steinbeck (via lonequixote)

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