The vast majority of us… are constrained in our behaviour because of our capacity to experience shame. I don’t know if shame is a quasi-spiritual form of consciousness that masquerades as morality, or merely an evolutionarily useful survival instinct, like knowing not to have sex with relatives. But [Rob] Ford evidently possesses none, and there’s something inarguably fascinating about that fact.
By John Lorinc on Rob Ford in The Walrus (via tederick)
“John Constantine - therealJohn Constantine - by Dave McKean, from the UKCAC87 booklet. Neither theHellblazertitle or McKean & Gaiman’s Black Orchidwould see print until the following year, meaning that this is an interesting glimpse of the artist’s approach before he was first published at DC.”