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preciousjongdae:

preciousjongdae:

Mr. Wu Mini Artbook [PRE-ORDER]

I have been working on a EXO fanart book for more than a year now BUT! I have been shortage of budget so hopefully in support by this mini booklet, I can get funds to make the EXO fanart book happen. I cannot let the project go because I feature 12 international artists inside and I shall not disappoint! So hopefully with your support, we can make it happen ^^

My preciouses can pre-order the Mr.Wu mini art book here

EXTRAS!!
- FIRST 10 PRE-ORDERS WILL GET A FREE KRIS COMMISSION
- free mystery card (or stickers) will be given to only pre-orders
- 10% off the EXO fanart book
- some never seen before traditional artworks

any questions~ feel free to ask :D!

you guys can check out my other stuff in my storenvy (added new stickers!!)

ADDITION+UPDATE!! LEFT 20 10 CHEN BIRTHDAY CARDS FOR THE NEXT 20 10 PRE-ORDERS!!
[previous pre-orders already added the cards so don’t worry if you ordered before this update!]

ONLY 10 SLOTS LEFT!!!!

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birdy-b00ty:

bronymuse:

If you’re not doing anything right now or if you’re just scrolling through Tumblr, please stop and watch this right now. 

This is an entry from The Marble Hornets youtube “documentary”, and it is probably the most spine chilling/spine tingling thing you’ll ever watch. This wont give away any spoilers, but I think that the introduction video and first few videos to the series aren’t engaging enough to keep people attached to it until after the first 10 episodes. Like many good shows, it wont pick up until you go through a bit of episodes; but this shows you a bit of the gift you’ll receive from watching the series.

This is the realist thing you’ll ever witness and it will keep you up at night. If you’re scared too easily then do not watch these videos at night. These are much more fun and thrilling with friends, but 20 times scarier alone. (If you want to live through a good night, then I encourage you to not watch this alone in a dark room.)

If you want to know more about this series please read further down from here: 

Marble Hornets is a series 4-5 years in the making. It is about Jay, the protagonist, who finds his old friend’svideo tapes from when they were recording a college film called “The Marble Hornets”. Given these tapes by his friend - Alex - to burn, Jay forgets them in the attic until one day he rediscovers them. Buried within these tapes are the secrets as to why Alex went missing, what happened to the film, and a mystery that will forever change his life - and haunt him for the days to come. Each big realization as to what happened brings him more tapes and clues, leading him to learn that some people are not who they seem. With 2 masked men watching him, a tall faceless man stalking every character from the series, and a constant amount of memory loss, these videos are going to keep you up all night long (no joke, I am dead serious).

If you want to know how real this stuff is, he only posts videos once a month - most of the time. This corresponds to the time it actually takes in the series to find new clues and tape them, making everything seem real (If it isn’t. There is literally no indication as to if this is really going on or if it’s a hoax). Here’s a little hint to breathe life into the amount of realism these entries show. A while back ago everyone thought that the gig was up because no video had been posted for 8 months. When a video came out, everything was confusing. The protagonist had woken up in a random hotel and knew nothing - only a locked safe in his room. It turned out that in the series Jay, the protagonist, lost his memory - for a span of 8 months. I’m not making this up, you can check the series for yourself. That is how real this series makes itself feel.

If you’ve read this far into my description, good for you. But now, go watch the series…

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radio-palava:

On my side of the world, it’s starting to feel like early fall: the sun’s intense grip seems to have weakened as it comes up later and sets earlier, and the stragglers in the monarch butterfly migration are leaving Midwestern milkweeds for warmer climes. The corn’s not ready for harvest yet, but it will be soon; you can see the ears starting to brown at the bottom of the stalks. The cicadas, like me, are in denial about the end of summer, and they buzz from the trees as if to protest the nightly temperature dips below fifty degrees.
I wasn’t ready - none of us were ready - for the tragic season change this week in the world of kpop. Many of us participate in kpop fandom as a sort of escape valve from our daily stressors; when we can’t find it elsewhere, our favorite idols offer inspiration to dream big and work hard in spite of the obstacles we face. For many fans, kpop (even with all its problematic elements and the stress it places on those who work in the industry) provides an emotional summertime, a space for youthful play and small-scale rejuvenation away from our usual grind. But the tragic loss of Ladies’ Code’s members EunBi and RiSe this week has brought the fragility of this perpetual summer into focus. Kpop is real life, and real life includes death - even, sometimes, for those who are far too young, who have worked so hard and have so much potential. When that happens, suddenly everything is different - an unexpected change of seasons.
Unfortunately, I think that many fans have experienced loss in their own lives, and I hope we take our collective grief over EunBi and RiSe as seriously as we take our private grief. In other words, it’s okay to be sad, whether you were a fan or not, and it’s good to recognize that others may be really sad, too. It’s also good to try and figure out what this event means to you, and to all of us. Here are a few especially thoughtful examples:
Matthew on the bizarreness of mourning a stranger
Lizzie on how the kpop industry must begin to view idols as unique and important individuals - not interchangeable cogs
Critical Kpop on whether kpop can be responsive to tragedy 
Bumkey on changes needed in the industry, and in society generally
I’ve also really appreciated seeing the outpouring of sympathy and support from kpop’s sub-fandoms for Lavelies, the Ladies’ Code members, and the families of EunBi and RiSe. So many tweets and posts express admiration for EunBi and RiSe’s contributions to the world as entertainers and as friends to their members. Fans’ gifsets and edits and other creative forms pay homage to EunBi and RiSe’s close friendship. And in tribute to EunBi’s ambitions, Korean netizens made Ladies’ Code’s I’m Fine Thank You top the charts this week. (As for me, I can’t think of a more appropriate occasion to bring this back.) Even as we fervently hope that this kind of tragedy - the loss of a young person - never happens again, we know that it will, whether on a highway near Incheon or on a street in Ferguson, Missouri. And now we know how it feels, and we know how to reach out to members of our communities and support each other in times of loss.
The air is chilly and crisp tonight, a reminder that winter, in its plodding inevitability, isn’t that far off. As the seasons change, I’ll pull a coat around my shoulders and pull my family and friends (both online and offline) a little closer. Just in case I don’t get to say it later, each of you matter to me. EunBi and RiSe matter to us, and they won’t be forgotten. Pass it on.

radio-palava:

On my side of the world, it’s starting to feel like early fall: the sun’s intense grip seems to have weakened as it comes up later and sets earlier, and the stragglers in the monarch butterfly migration are leaving Midwestern milkweeds for warmer climes. The corn’s not ready for harvest yet, but it will be soon; you can see the ears starting to brown at the bottom of the stalks. The cicadas, like me, are in denial about the end of summer, and they buzz from the trees as if to protest the nightly temperature dips below fifty degrees.

I wasn’t ready - none of us were ready - for the tragic season change this week in the world of kpop. Many of us participate in kpop fandom as a sort of escape valve from our daily stressors; when we can’t find it elsewhere, our favorite idols offer inspiration to dream big and work hard in spite of the obstacles we face. For many fans, kpop (even with all its problematic elements and the stress it places on those who work in the industry) provides an emotional summertime, a space for youthful play and small-scale rejuvenation away from our usual grind. But the tragic loss of Ladies’ Code’s members EunBi and RiSe this week has brought the fragility of this perpetual summer into focus. Kpop is real life, and real life includes death - even, sometimes, for those who are far too young, who have worked so hard and have so much potential. When that happens, suddenly everything is different - an unexpected change of seasons.

Unfortunately, I think that many fans have experienced loss in their own lives, and I hope we take our collective grief over EunBi and RiSe as seriously as we take our private grief. In other words, it’s okay to be sad, whether you were a fan or not, and it’s good to recognize that others may be really sad, too. It’s also good to try and figure out what this event means to you, and to all of us. Here are a few especially thoughtful examples:

I’ve also really appreciated seeing the outpouring of sympathy and support from kpop’s sub-fandoms for Lavelies, the Ladies’ Code members, and the families of EunBi and RiSe. So many tweets and posts express admiration for EunBi and RiSe’s contributions to the world as entertainers and as friends to their members. Fans’ gifsets and edits and other creative forms pay homage to EunBi and RiSe’s close friendship. And in tribute to EunBi’s ambitions, Korean netizens made Ladies’ Code’s I’m Fine Thank You top the charts this week. (As for me, I can’t think of a more appropriate occasion to bring this back.) Even as we fervently hope that this kind of tragedy - the loss of a young person - never happens again, we know that it will, whether on a highway near Incheon or on a street in Ferguson, Missouri. And now we know how it feels, and we know how to reach out to members of our communities and support each other in times of loss.

The air is chilly and crisp tonight, a reminder that winter, in its plodding inevitability, isn’t that far off. As the seasons change, I’ll pull a coat around my shoulders and pull my family and friends (both online and offline) a little closer. Just in case I don’t get to say it later, each of you matter to me. EunBi and RiSe matter to us, and they won’t be forgotten. Pass it on.

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nikolaecuza:

danosaurs-and-philions:

im a bad person who thinks bad thoughts like ‘ew what is that girl wearing’ and then remember that im supposed to be positive about all things and then think ‘no she can wear what she wants, fuck what other people say damn girl u look fabulous’ and im just a teeny bit hypocritical tbh

I was always taught by my mother, That the first thought that goes through your mind is what you have been conditioned to think. What you think next defines who you are.