My personal life has been on something of a downward spiral lately, negatively affecting both my health and finances. Things finally came to a head when my primary computer broke down. Unfortunately, I have no means of getting it repaired within the short term. Photography and blogging will have to take a back seat while I figure things out, or not. Presently, I’m at a loss.
When I think about human history and civilization, it always appears to be like a string: one extreme is old time and tradition; current and contemporary is the other. Interestingly, when we turn and join the two extremes together, it forms a perfect circle and creates a new language of art.
– Ah Xian
Leia Organa: Thou truly art in jest. Art thou not small
Of stature, if thou art a stormtrooper?
― Ian Doescher, William Shakespeare’s Star Wars: Verily, A New Hope
If Shakespeare were alive today, he’d definitely be at Comic-Con.
― Kenneth Branagh
If Comic-Con is a city, Artists’ Alley is that city’s Historical District: a place where you can get to the heart of what the show’s all about and see sine prime real estate a lot of the cool people continue to call home. Artists Alley is that area of the show set up for individual cartoonists to come in without a lot of cost and sell their wares or meet their public or both.
– Tom Spurgeon
Anyone over the age of 30 and most people under will feel the effects of standing on their feet and walking several miles in the visual cacophony that is Comic-Con…
– Tom Spurgeon
I love nerds… I’m a geek who loves fashion.
– Kristen Bell
Nostalgia is, ‘Hey, remember the other mall that used to be there?’ ― George Saunders