"I thought the most beautiful thing in the world must be shadow, the million moving shapes and cul-de-sacs of shadow. There was shadow in bureau drawers and closets and suitcases, and shadow under houses and trees and stones, and shadow at the back of people’s eyes and smiles, and shadow, miles and miles and miles of it, on the night side of the earth."

—from The Bell Jar by Sylvia Plath


A Song of Ice and Fire Illustrated Maps Part 1: Westeros

Artist J.E. Fullerton (AKA: Other-In-Law) made these amazing maps a few years ago (apparently using only MS-Paint!) but has since taken them down. Thankfully, many fans of ASoIaF  saved and re-posted them for those of us who didn’t catch them the first time.

There’s no one place I know of that has all the high res versions, so I needed to do some detective work find the best possible images. Hopefully, Tumblr doesn’t resize them too much.

If you know where I can download higher res ones, let me know

Speaking of high res, here’s a download link to an enormous ASSEMBLED version of all the maps above: GIANT MAP!

Part 2: Essos and misc…

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ternyata selama ini banyak pikiran aneh kalo pas lagi sakit kepala, bukan banyak mikir jadi malah sakit kepala. kalo sakitnya gitu terus ga heran suatu saat sampe motong kepala sendiri. gila.

"Kapan bisa berkarya lagi…"


Hannah Höch: Von oben (From Above), 1926-27, photomontage and collage on paper
30.5 x 22.2 cm (12 x 8 3/4 in.)
Des Moines Art Center’s Louise Noun Collection of Art by Women through Bequest, 2003

For the umpteenth time I feel cheated by social media. If it’s not for my online store, website contributor, or the alumnus tracer study which is really important for my thesis, obviously I will close it. The social interaction is fake and get more bizzare. Or simply I don’t fit in with technology.

I promise someday Facebook, Twitter, Line, Whatsapp, and others will pay me back for this unease feeling. I won’t let you fool me again, I will make you worth.

I love you Tumblr & Blogger. I can share my mind and be totally honest (and get many inspirations too).

Finally thank you for keeping touch with me in person! :)

PS. Of course I really love to send handwritten letter hehe


A cat hangs a row of tame rats in socks on the line to dry, 1933 (via)

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