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"It's often what an artist chooses to leave out that makes the art interesting. What isn't shown versus what is. It's the same for people: What makes us interesting isn't just what we've experienced, but also what we haven't experienced. The same is true to when you do your work: You must embrace your limitations and keep moving. In the end creativity isn't just the things we choose to put in, it's the things we choose to leave out." Austin Kleon "Steal like an Artist". Posters by Sulki and…

I was re-reading Austin Kleon’s book “Steal like an Artist” over the weekend and the final sentences really stuck with me. He says: ” It’s often what an artist chooses to leave out that makes the art interesting. What isn’t … Continue reading →

Blow-up poster for the release of the movie in Italy in 1967.

This famous 1966 movie by Michelangelo Antonioni is based on a short story by Julio Cortazar first published in A London-based fashion photographer believes that he witnessed a murder while taking an accidental picture of two lovers in a park.

BLOW-UP (Michelangelo Antonioni, UK, 1966)

Via movieposteroftheday: “Italian for BLOW-UP (Michelangelo Antonioni, UK, Designer: unknown Poster source: Posteritati (The “ultra-rare green style” ”