Haven’t really been paying attention to everything going on today, but I think Doctor Who brokered an agreement on the Iranian Nuclear program?
this only set off two smoke alarms. and it may have caused me to make a face mask out of my sweater to avoid death by smoke inhalation. good, though!
PARISIAN STREET ARTIST: LEVALET
While everyone raved on about Banksys’ NYC residency, I’d taken up following French Street Artist, Levalet. My friends keep sending me snapshots of his work around Paris, since then I’ve been finding his treasures through his website and from his followers on Instagram. His black & white wheat pastes are fresh and playful – interacting with their surroundings in a way that continues to amuse me the way Banksy did in the past.
This album is just about perfect. Listen to ‘Heart’ and go from there if you’re skeptical.
Irish turnip Jack-o’-lantern, Early 20th Century, on display in the Museum of Country Life, Ireland
In the 19th century, Halloween guisers (children in disguise) in parts of Ireland and the Scottish Highlands commonly used jack-o’-lanterns made from turnips and mangelwurzels. They were often carved with grotesque faces to represent spirits or goblins and were literally used as lanterns to guide guisers on All Hallows’ Eve.
ugh don’t you see all the beards in this coffeeshop, of course they don’t serve pumpkin spice lattes
someone please explain to me why people get tattoos of anchors with the phrase i refuse to sink
i know im not original in saying this…but isnt that the whole point?
the anchor sinking as an act of stability?
im confused and getting old
Irony, everything in 2013 is about irony.