In 2010, Vancouver-based photographer Hana Pesut embarked on a photo project: taking pics of couples, friends, and family twice: once in their own outfits and again wearing each others outfits against the same background.
The result is Switcheroo—a funny, poignant take on gender bending that conveys an enduring bond between Pesut’s subjects, no words necessary.
Sherlock’s mind palace
Apart from it being a masterpiece of montage, this scene is so emotionally disturbing. Yes, he’s stunning, absolutely beautiful, showed in the middle of the rawness of the process of deducing. His uniqueness, being special, above everything ordinary, above average human potential shows here. You can’t look away - it’s hypnotising, but at the same time you want to because it’s so distressing to see him like possessed by this genius, by his brain, by this monster inside him. Living beast, feeding on all these tiniest associations, subtle hints, directions, words, slogans, images, tiniest bits of the whole wide universe ever surrounding him until these scraps form final solution. But before it comes to this the whole “ritual” looks almost painfully ecstatic, like he’s on high, beside himself, barely managing, being on the edge, and at the same time nothing could tear him away he’s exactly where he wants to be, belonging, complete, ABSOLUTE. It’s like one step too far and he snaps – done, swallowed by madness, turned into machine on the loop until he burns and turns into ashes along with his brain. You can feel that burden of his MIND, how his brain is a separate living being, forcing him to feed it all the time, taking control, driving away everything else but the purest intellect. Devouring him as a person, as a human entity, while fed. This scene shows so intensely the genius, Sherlock’s greatest asset that is his greatest tragedy. This scene shows how this blessing of his is also his curse threatening his humanity, stability, emotional well-being. It shows how he stands on the edge of abyss all the time and one step too far and he’s falling.
Ed, Edd, and Eddy Illustration bloochikin
Im literally crying…this is amazing.
this is absolutely glorious.
Can we just talk about how Marco’s last words were to tell Jean to calm down when he was desperately trying to wrestle a spare 3DMG off the dead body to try and escape???
Not only that, but Marco’s last actions were to immediately notice Jean in trouble, jump down to him while Annie and Connie stood watching, and lure the titan away. Can we talk about how that’s the last thing we know Marco ever did and that that’s one of the last time Jean sees him alive; when he’s risking his own life to save his???
Can we also talk about what an impact they have had on each other’s lives???
Without Marco, Jean would have been killed, but after finding Marco dead, Jean changes his entire path in life from relaxing in the military police (where him and Marco were originally planning to enlist), but instead joins in the survey corps because he doesn’t want to disappoint him, and if their relationship wasn’t one of the most special in the show then I don’t know what the heck is.
(Also sorry if I got any details wrong it’s 3AM and I’m half-asleep.)