m2manga:

The Sailor Scout, Fantasy RPG set!
m2manga:

The Sailor Scout, Fantasy RPG set!
m2manga:

The Sailor Scout, Fantasy RPG set!
m2manga:

The Sailor Scout, Fantasy RPG set!
m2manga:

The Sailor Scout, Fantasy RPG set!
m2manga:

The Sailor Scout, Fantasy RPG set!

m2manga:

The Sailor Scout, Fantasy RPG set!

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There are good reasons for any species to think darkly of its own extinction. Ninety-nine percent of the species that have lived on Earth have gone extinct, including more than five tool-using hominids. A quick glance at the fossil record could frighten you into thinking that Earth is growing more dangerous with time. If you carve the planet’s history into nine ages, each spanning five hundred million years, only in the ninth do you find mass extinctions, events that kill off more than two thirds of all species.

But this is deceptive. Earth has always had her hazards; it’s just that for us to see them, she had to fill her fossil beds with variety, so that we could detect discontinuities across time. The tree of life had to fill out before it could be pruned.

— Ross Andersen’s paradoxically gloomy yet intellectually pleasing piece, “Humanity’s deep future.” (via climateadaptation)

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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?”
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 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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