+
"The stories you tell yourself to fall asleep, those fantasies, those are a good place to start when looking for a metaphor for a personal issue. Also, the first moment you’re awake, that’s a great time for ideas to just pop into your head. In this almost-awake state, inspiration and clean connections just seem to happen. Mid-day, you might try taking a shower. That’s always good for relaxing your mind to a near dream-state. Great ideas happen while washing dishes, too. Stephen King writes in the shower. Katherine Dunn writes while swimming laps. Like sleeping, these tasks seem to allow… something… to happen. So it helps to keep a notepad beside the bed, and in the bathroom. Also, long, boring car drives – without the radio playing – are good for creating this same kind of “trance” that allows ideas to form."
Chuck Palahniuk  (via thatkindofwoman)
+
thatkindofwoman:
+
+

Bat For Lashes - Laura from thatgo on Vimeo.

+
Ingredients for Tom Kha (at Summit Slope Park)
+
How to make Bibimbap
+
+
nevver:

I believe in advertising
nevver:

I believe in advertising
nevver:

I believe in advertising
+
another test from today
+
teeny tiny storyboards
+
test shot for my Research Writing project, a video on how to make Bibimbap
+
hanging with M. Fortune today and getting familiar with the 5D
+
#BFAnotes #webofconfusion
+
1110_Portra160_033 by Koji Minami on Flickr.
+
1110_Portra160_034 by Koji Minami on Flickr.
Hiding places