"Love is the movement. Art is the aftermath. Passion is the pull. Obsession is the push." _NMA_ My interests in a nutshell: Comics. Film. Hats. Music. Art. Photography. Laughter. Literature. Games. Fashion and Style. Its all an Eclectic Mix. Shall we take a look? _ 21 Year old New Yorker. Fine Arts/Fashion Design Major.
"I want to be a history writer. The challenge with writing about history is finding the right mix of artistry and facts. If you only write facts, it’s way too dull. History can be very poetic." "What do you think is the most poetic thing about history?" "One theme is the struggle of man against nature. There’s the belief that the further man gets from nature, the more civilized he becomes. Cities are the culmination of this idea, with all the art and intellectual traditions that have come out of cities." "Do you believe that man becomes more civilized the further he gets from nature?" "No. Because no matter what you build around you, you can’t escape your ape nature. Look at Nazi Germany. All their amazing technology and buildings were put in service of their most uncivilized instincts."
“Fight Club minus Tyler Durden” is a concept that immediately springs to mind when watching the original movie. What would it be like to see Fight Club from an outsider’s perspective, with Edward Norton’s narrator really talking to thin air? Well, thanks to visual effects artist Richard Trammell, now you can find out. By digitally altering a scene to remove any visual hints of Tyler Durden’s presence, Trammell has given us an intriguing glimpse into the “real” world of Fight Club.