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mimijua:

Vaya ingenuidad, creer que todo iba mejorando poco a poco. Que desilusión, que dolor, que pena… Hoy he estado con Garcia de jalon. Dice que la tengo bastante seria y que solo me pide paciencia y que haga solo lo que me apetezca hacer. He vuelto a EA12-3A. Mtx sigue sin empezar sus tareas, sigue…

Jaja

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30 de Julio de 2014.

Vaya ingenuidad, creer que todo iba mejorando poco a poco. Que desilusión, que dolor, que pena… Hoy he estado con Garcia de jalon. Dice que la tengo bastante seria y que solo me pide paciencia y que haga solo lo que me apetezca hacer. He vuelto a EA12-3A. Mtx sigue sin empezar sus tareas, sigue viendo pelvis en su apple.Dice que quiere ver la nueva peli del Planeta de los simios. Bien a las 19h. A las 18h sigue sin hacer nada. No me habla y callate, callate. Me voy. Ya en el bus el tfno Trina, what’sapp y llamada a la vez. En el primero 26 puta, en la llamada lo mismo. Me bajó del bus y cojo otro de vuelta. Cuando llegó el desastre: escupitajos. Papeles rotos, crema de día todo el bote por el suelo con puta. Teléfono descuajeringado, libros con la palabra en colores… Me acolarra, me escupe, me da golpes con las uñas, me agarra la cabeza con los brazos y haciendo llave me retuerce. Le digo que si me sigue maltratando y alguien toma medidas e interviene la poli o lo social , aunque yo quiera no podré pararlo, tiene que saber lo que se esta jugando. Yo, muy a mi pesar, creo que lo que quiere es eso. Me duele el alma

my-tumblrisbetterthanyours:

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my-tumblrisbetterthanyours:

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culturedisco:

CLM BBDO, Paris, has created a campaign for the launch of a new art museum located in the suburbs of Paris in 2005. The idea behind the Museum of Contemporary Art in Val-de-Marne is to reach people who don’t traditionally visit art galleries. The ad is shot from the perspective of a painting being gazed upon, and brings to life the impact that seeing an amazing piece of art for the first time can have. The ad, set to the gentle strains of Cocorosie, ends with the line “venez prendre l’art”, which the agency is translating as “art attack”.

Advertising Agency:CLM/BBDO, Paris, France
Creative Director:Pascal GrégoireAnne De Maupeou
Copywriter:Fred Lutge
Art Director:Dimitri Guerassimov
Account Supervisor:Pascal CouvryJulien Lemoine
Advertiser’s Supervisor:Alexia FabreMarie Rotkopf
Photographer:Arno Bani

culturedisco:

"A poster for a Jean Paul Gaultier exhibit from which vernissage cards can be pulled off. Every time someone pulls off a card, a new image, more true to Gaultier’s aesthetics, will start to appear. And just like every collection by Jean Paul Gaultier has been unique, every vernissage card will be unique part of the poster."

A really nice concept by Amanda Berglund a graphic designer, photographer and full-time dreamer. She is in design at HDK (School of Design and Crafts) in Gothenburg. 

http://amandaberglund.com

culturedisco:

Pentagram’s Paula Scher has designed a bold new identity for the Philadelphia Museum of Art that puts “art” front and center. Iconic and expressive, the logo customizes the letter “A” in the word “art” to highlight the breadth of the Museum’s remarkable collection. The identity launches this week with the unveiling of plans for a major renewal and expansion of the Museum by the celebrated architect Frank Gehry.

One of the largest museums in the United States, the Philadelphia Museum of Art has a world-class collection of more than 227,000 works and more than 200 galleries presenting painting, sculpture, works on paper, decorative arts, textiles, and architectural settings from Asia, Europe, Latin America, and the United States. The Museum’s Greek Revival-style Main Building is one of Philadelphia’s great landmarks, and its 10-acre campus anchors the western end of the city’s Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

culturedisco:

"As one of my university briefs, for the 2015 design I decided to reimagine the festival and create a clean, simple brand that is easily expandable across multiple formats and/or event collateral. The concept behind the brand mark was that each of the vertical or diagonal strokes represents element of the festival, whether that be dance, theater or visual art, etc. Only when brought together as a group, it forms the letter ‘M’; only when brought together, it becomes the MOFO festival."

Harley Jackman is a graphic designer from Melbourne, Australia. He is focused on graphic design, branding, typography and print design.