once i had a dream that my cat was working at mcdonalds w/ me and she had a lil uniform and she kept getting fur in the fries and everyone was yelling at me and saying “ur cat sucks on fries” and i was like “shes just a cat give her a break!” and i woke up crying
I wish art history was a class that more people took. Like, both ancient art and modern-contemporary art. Because a lot of peoples’ complaints about modern art would be addressed and put into context (eg: “This is stupid. It’s just a blank canvas. This isn’t art”) and also so people would learn that modernism is oooooold and contemporary art and modern art are generally waaaaaay different. And so people know that there have been art movements that are almost entirely anti-aesthetic, or anti-representational, or anti-conventional-sense-of-art, and so that’s why their art looks ugly, or boring, or otherwise not pleasing to look at. Because academic art often isn’t about people enjoying it, it’s about saying “nonono, this is something that art is about” or “fuck you popular ideas about what art is, I wanna do this" Or they have some other message.
And that’s why you get people pooping on canvas, or yodeling in an art gallery, stuff like that.
Anonymous asked: Heyyy, you know the post about Eli Roth and Christoph Waltz reading fanfiction? Is there an article about it or a video etc? Also, what fanfic was it? Thanks! :)
[X] this is the link to the kinky fan fiction Eli Roth provided.*nsfw,18+*
He showed that page to Christoph on Sept. 26 2009, so if you’re wondering which ff they read, it could have been anything written by that date. If you’re looking for Eli’s tweets about the whole thing I faved them on my twitter page. Here’s a screen cap:
In case you’ve ever wondered about the night Eli Roth showed Christoph the Fanfic…aka The Blueberry Incident.
"You wouldn’t get it. It’s a bread thing."