“Locked in an eternal embrace”, In Mantua, Italy (also the town to which Romeo was banished in William Shakespeare’s play Romeo and Juliet), archaeologists revealed the discovery of a couple locked in a tender embrace, one that has endured for more than 5,000 years.
An initial examination of the couple - dubbed the Lovers of Valdaro - revealed that the man (on the left in the picture) has an arrow in his spinal column while the woman has an arrow head in her side.
You can read more about this find here
Against Me! - Tonight We’re Gonna Give It 35%
“And can you live with what you know about yourself,
When you’re all alone, behind closed doors?
The things we never said, but we always knew were right there.
It’s got me on my knees in a bathroom,
Praying to a God that I don’t even believe in,
“Well, dear Jesus, are you listening?
If this is the one chance that really matters,
Well, don’t let me fuck this up.”
Any form of the arts, when done well, feels effortless. Truly great design transcends the viewer’s awareness of the craft and leaves the purpose uninterrupted. In that simplicity lies the labour of our craft as well as the greatest hindrance.
Simple work is often viewed as easy and thus commonly undervalued. When a client asks you to work for free it is because the complexity of your craft is not completely understood. Working for free will not improve their understanding nor will it lead to any future opportunities with appropriate reimbursement. Instead, debate your value and if they still can’t afford you, let them go. Even if no work comes of it, you have introduced the concept of value and that is priceless.
Recipe pattern for peanut-encrusted trout. I’ll be reworking it so it doesn’t look so blocky and ew.
Second Saturdays May 14th Poster
for Baltimore Karb Kings CC