Hey there. You can go read my comic on flag design on Re:Form design magazine. That may sound like the most boring thing ever, but you’re wrong, dammit. The piece has Czars disguised as shipbuilders, shattered Central American empires, revolting Dutch, perfidious British and fancy Welsh.
Bonus fun fact: the study of flags is called “vexillology.”
dis is cool
Last week, Potter from Coffee and Tarot did a reading for me that I’ve tried my best to keep in the back of my head as I went about my week.
And what a week it’s been.
I don’t really know how to summarize it well, but Potter, thank you. It was a wonderful way to start a wonderful week. So were so patient with me, someone who barely knows the cards and had to ask a dozen times, “Wait, what was that again?”
OPEN CALL FOR SUBMISSIONS:
Do you want to write for Bright Wall/Dark Room magazine?
We are now officially accepting pitches and submissions for consideration in our November issue. The theme for the issue will be “film noir” - however you wish to define that - and while any pitches on this theme will be fully considered, we’re especially interested in pitches on the following films:Double IndemnityOut of the PastThe Big SleepMulholland DriveThe Long Goodbye (1973 version)The Big LebowskiThe Maltese FalconSevenHeatDetourThe Lady from ShanghaiThe KillersTrue RomanceKiss Me DeadlySweet Smell of SuccessTouch of EvilDark CityBlade RunnerL.A. ConfidentialMemento
So, If you have an idea (or an essay) that you think might work, contact us via email (email@example.com), or pitch something through our Submittable page by October 13th.
If it’s something we can use, we’ll be in touch in the very near future — and you could see your piece published in our upcoming November (Noir-vember?) issue!
For future reference
I think there is some #geology here in #Taiwan