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thoughts from Mr. Miyazaki

"…He thinks one of the most important of man’s abilities is the imagination, so the purpose of his creative activities is to develop the imagination of children, the coming generations. Imagination can create a totally different world depending on its use. It can give birth to virtue, or destructive weapons which threaten the whole world. He mentioned being afraid of the potential risk."

-from Peter Carey’s meeting with Hayao Miyazaki, documented in Wrong About Japan: A Father’s Journey with his Son

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Art by Sachin Teng. Check out more of his amazing work http://sachinteng.tumblr.com/

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Girls by Ilya Kuvshinov

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James Alexander in “How Long Have You Known” Photographed by Markus Rico for Fucking Young! Online

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