Justice.

urbancee:

Stunning character sheets for the new show Urbance! 

Want to support the show? Help fund the pilot with the Urbance Kickstarter here!

animationtidbits:

URBANCE - Kickstarter (x)

Urbance is a 26-minutes animated action serie for 16+ audience. Written and Directed by Joel Dos Reis Viegas and Sébastien Larroudé. A topic that hits with stunning visuals and blasting tunes; Urbance brings you into a post-modern story world, made of hip-hop vibes and electronic influences.

Help bring this amazing project to life! Steambot is asking for your support on Kickstarter!

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klariza-helps:

Since I don’t know a ton about the 1700s from the top of my head, I figured it might be a better idea to start off your research, instead. Most of the links regard the Americas and Great Britain, because you’re probably writing about those places but hopefully I’m wrong.
General
What was South Africa like in 1750?
The 18th Century: Rococo and a Bottle of Rum Champagne.
Britain in the mid 1700’s.
African Americans in Connecticut 1700-1850.
Philadelphia Timeline, 1700s.
Diary of Count Axel Fersen. 
France in the mid-1700’s.
Useful Charts.
Pirate University. 
1700s West Africa.
Food
1700’s Food.
Colonial America & 17th/18th century France.
18th Century Foods.
18TH Century tavern food.
French Settlers - Food. 
Language/Slang
18th Century and Regency Thieves Cant.
A Listing of 18th Century Slang.
Explore the 1700s.
Speaking of the Past: the Words of Colonial Williamsburg.
A Brief History of English, with Chronology. 
Culture/Social Aspects
Coffeehouse Culture in 18th Century London.
18th Century Gentleman. 
Life of Children in the 1700s.
Sin City.
Pirates in the 1700s and How they Functioned.
Woman in the Late 1700s.
Inventions/Architecture/Places
Spectacle Case and spectacles.
Digital Archive of American Architecture. 
The Eighteenth Century. 
England’s Hellish Prisons. 
American Asylums and its Haunting Legacy.
Clothing
The History of Men’s Raiment. 
18th-Century Clothing. 
18th Century Clothing Tips.
Eighteenth-Century European Dress.
Men’s Clothing from 1700.
Pintrest account.

klariza-helps:

Since I don’t know a ton about the 1700s from the top of my head, I figured it might be a better idea to start off your research, instead. Most of the links regard the Americas and Great Britain, because you’re probably writing about those places but hopefully I’m wrong.

General

Food

Language/Slang

Culture/Social Aspects

Inventions/Architecture/Places

Clothing

Friend or Foe

some-good-songs:

Goody two shoes » Adam Ant

>We don't follow fashion
That'd be a joke
You know we're going to set them, set them
So everyone can take note, take note

sumnerism:

Adam Ant being adorable (x)

sumnerism:

Adam Ant being adorable (x)

fashionsfromhistory:

Adam Ant Costume

1981

After starting his career in a punk rock band in the late 1970s, and acting in Derek Jarman’s punk film Jubilee, Ant’s musical and artistic direction changed after hiring Malcolm McLaren in 1980. McLaren’s assistance in redefining their image resulted in the piratical theme that became a hallmark of Adam and the Ants, despite McLaren subsequently persuading the rest of the Ants to leave and form a separate band, Bow Wow Wow. After regrouping with a new backing band, Adam and the Ants became one of the most successful British acts of the early 1980s; their image and style of music was at the forefront of the burgeoning New Romantic movement.

Ant advised in the design of all his own costumes, indebted to historical, military and tribal dress, working with stylists and costumiers. This one is perhaps the most widely known of all, having been used for the publicity photographs and promotional video for the single, Prince Charming, and later on tour. There are two shirts, two pairs of breeches, two wigs and two scarves, not identical but in similar styles, all worn in different combinations on tour. The gold and black striped shirt and the dark silver leather breeches were worn for the publicity photographs and in the video.

V&A

I told you. All the men in my life die.
I’m not a man in your life, okay? You said so yourself. I’m a little shitpot.

thecheshirekitteh:

what it’s like to be an artist, writer, musician, ….

thecheshirekitteh:

what it’s like to be an artist, writer, musician, ….

jollityfarm:

arsvallis:

rosaluxmemeburg:

fawnflight:

”I hate capitalism.” typed the communist individual on their MacBook Pro, a product that is a result of capitalism.

”I hate feudalism.” wrote the burgher with their printing press, a product that is a result of feudalism.

"there is only one G*d" said the early christians as they traveled through roman roads, a product of a pagan empire.

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diversityinya:

Analysis of the most banned/challenged books in the U.S. shows that diverse books are disproportionately targeted for book challenges and censorship. [Read more at Diversity in YA.]