Annie Wu, from my last trip to New York, THREE YEARS AGO.
I figure it’s all different now, right? All the tall buildings are gone, it’s all parks and hippies and everything moves really slowly and folks just chill all the time, yeah?
Unrelated: I can seem to find almost No pictures of Ms. Wu online. I find this strange because 1) it’s the Internet! and 2) it’s the Future!
3) She’s a dope lady, excellent artist. She draws Hawkeye! Why are there no pictures…was this even the real Annie Wu I met? Does Annie Wu even exist…yes. Yes she does. Don’t be silly. Comics don’t draw themselves, that’s ridiculous.
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I was one of the judges for this! WITH MY HANDS, I WILL BE HELPING SHAPE THE FUTURE OF PHOTOGRAPHY.
In two weeks, gallery in New York! I’LL BE THERE. YOU SHOULD BE THERE, TOO.
I’m currently trying to figure out how to put Judge on my business cards.
"If we moved furniture for a living we’d have a bad back or bad knees. We think for a living. We try to create. We try to constantly think of cool ideas. And every once in a while there’s a breakdown in the engine… I guess that’s the price you pay."
From the picture desk: A man is doused with milk after being hit with gas by security forces trying to disperse demonstrators protesting against the shooting of unarmed black teen Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri ( Adrees Latif/Reuters).
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