Jonny Lee Miller as James Dawson vs Ray Stevenson as Leon Kowalsky from Matrioshka (of which you can find a fragment here)
I have to stop fanarting my own OCs. LOL
The doorbell rang urgently several times and Anton walked to the door. Somehow, he knew who was on the other side before opening the door, so he didn’t surprise when he saw Kostya standing in front of him.
“You lied to me!” the vampire yelled.
No greetings? Well, what else did he expect? Obviously, Kostya was angry at him, and Anton thought he knew the reason. Well, technically, he didn’t lie to Kostya, he simply told only part of the truth. But Kostya had hidden things from him too, he had the right to be mad at him too. Anton grabbed Kostya by his nape and dragged him into the apartment. He faced his young neighbour right under the map of the Moscow subway.
“Did I? What about you, huh?” Anton pushed him against the wall “You know nothing about me, Kostya” their faces were so close he could see each one of Kostya’s eyelashes individually “You think you do, but you dont”
“Neither you about me, Anton” Kostya replied, with a tone of challenge in his voice.
He’s the kind of men that you know they could be your father but you still find atracttive.
I did this last year for school. This particular assignment was about the photographer Toscani and his campaigns for Benetton. We had to make a fake campaign for Benetton or another brand imitating his style and I did this.
I was afraid of posting it because all of the Native American appropiation issue, but I am proud of my work, and since the concept has nothing to do with Native Americans I decided to show it and explain it, like I had to do for class.
First, the word WAR in my forehead (because yeah, I used myself as model). It speaks for itself, isn’t it? Means the war, any war, every war. Wars are wrong, but sometimes we choose not to look at it and pretend nothing is happening. But even so, we had the war in our thoughts, like a ghost haunting us.
Second, the black make-up strip covering my eyes. This represents a blindfold. Then why didn’t I use an actual blindfold? Well, the explanation is quite simple: I wanted to mean that the soldiers (most of them, at least), fulfill orders from their superiors because they had to, not because they always like what they are commanded to do. They look and don’t like what they see, but at the same time, is like they were wearing a blindfold.
Third, the two black stripes in my cheek. Well, each cheek represent each one of the parts involved in a war: the civilians and the military. As the left cheek it’s clean, it represents the civilians, and the right cheek, the soldiers, hence the war paint. It’s not like Indian war paint, but more like camouflage paint.
Fourth, the fake blood drop sliding from my mouth. It represents the damage the war does to the people involved in it: the injuries and the scars, and not just the injuries and scars of the body, but the mental ones too.
So far the explanation. I choose to show the non-logo version, but, if you’re curious, the brand chosen was Ray-Ban, because of they famous Ray-Ban Aviator, so popular among military pilots.
The Little Hunter