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tags://  nature  //  photography  //  colors  

July 30th     2:23 pm

mstrkrftz:

autumn variations by Klaus Brandstaetter

mstrkrftz:

autumn variations by Klaus Brandstaetter

(via noisiaz)



tags://  memories  //  thoughts  //  cyclic things  

July 30th     2:23 pm

aseaofquotes:

Laurie Halse Anderson, The Impossible Knife of Memory

aseaofquotes:

Laurie Halse Anderson, The Impossible Knife of Memory



tags://  bees  //  look at them go  //  photography  

July 30th     2:20 pm



tags://  house  //  art  //  life  

July 24th     8:56 am

incidentalcomics:

Creative Housekeeping
For the Summer 2014 issue of The Southampton Review. Thanks to editor Lou Ann Walker!

incidentalcomics:

Creative Housekeeping

For the Summer 2014 issue of The Southampton Review. Thanks to editor Lou Ann Walker!



tags://  travel  //  I miss this  //  I want to go explore again  

July 21st     9:40 am

noisiaz:

Photography, art, nature, love. Enjoy.



tags://  that's a nice font  //  type  //  biblioteket  

July 21st     9:39 am

serialthrill:

BIBLIOTEKET

serialthrill:

BIBLIOTEKET



tags://  motion  //  urban  //  Los Angeles  

July 21st     9:39 am

theenergyissue:

Reyner Banham Loves Los Angeles

In this 1972 BBC Films production, architectural historian Reyner Banham takes the viewer on a tour of what he describes as the “four ecologies” of the city of Los Angeles: Surfurbia, Foothills, The Plains of Id, and Autopia (beach, basin, foothills, freeways). Noted for his seminal book of essays, Los Angeles: The Architecture of Four Ecologies, published the year before, Banham argued that Los Angeles could not be understood according to more traditional theories of urbanism. An Englishman in L.A., Banham exudes an almost giddy enthusiasm for the energy of the highway and celebrates the so-called “marginal” qualities of the city, like its gas stations, suburban architecture, and highways. Banham stated “like earlier generations of English intellectuals who taught themselves Italian in order to read Dante in the original, I learned to drive to read Los Angeles in the original.” Indeed, Los Angeles struck Banham as unique in the way it evolved around the infrastructure of highways and the automobile: an city made possible by oil and a new-found personal mobility.

(via experimentsinmotion)



tags://  Calvin and Hobbes  

July 21st     9:37 am

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July 13th     5:48 pm

liketworivers:

making history

liketworivers:

making history

(via noisiaz)



tags://  Laurie Hassold  //  skeleton  //  art  //  sculpture  

July 11th     6:02 pm


Explaining the Future to an Extinct Hare, Laurie Hassold

Explaining the Future to an Extinct Hare, Laurie Hassold
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