Get Out & Face the Rain

i met this guy once on the stairs in my old apartment , while he was stealing my Sunday newspaper—true story, who was wearing this 1970's-ish tweed 3 piece suit seemingly going to or from church with a thick mustache and, of course, my newspaper in his hands. I told him he had my paper. He pleaded innocent, about 5 times before telling me that I would owe him a dollar if I took it from him. I eventually shamed him into giving me my paper back. You know, I kinda wish I would have offered him some coffee and had split the paper with him instead. These posts could have been fodder for conversation between us. Or, maybe he would have just ignored me and asked for the Sports section back. I dunno, something to think about.

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type-lover:

Hand Lettering
by Jason Carne

Photography has very little to do with mastering all the knobs and dials on your DSLR and everything to do with learning to look, really look, and get beyond the endless collections of different objects and people.

natgeofound:

Women sit in a modern chic boutique in Casablanca, 1971.Photograph by Thomas J. Abercrombie, National Geographic Creative

Slimkid3 & DJ Nu-Mark - Bouillon (featuring Del & Murs)

(Source: youtube.com)

ramonarosales:

Can Can (Outside the Lines series) by Ramona Rosales

De Soto Gallery is pleased to present Outside the Lines, an exhibition of photographs by Ramona Rosales on view from July 10 - August 24, 2014. This is Rosales’ first solo exhibition in Los Angeles. The artist will be present for an opening reception on Thursday, July 10 from 6pm to 8pm. Hope to see you there!!

www.ramonarosales.com

www.desotogallery.com

Thinking is difficult; that’s why most people judge.

Carl Jung (via likeafieldmouse)

shantellmartin:

At Y&R and was welcomed in the lobby by an original Shantell Martin!" - Cyndi Goretski

design-is-fine:

Wenzel Jamnitzer & Jost Amman, from the book Perspectiva Corporum Regularium – Perspective of regular solids, 1568. Tetrahedron, Octahedron, Hexahedron, Icosaedron & Dodecahedron. Source

newyorker:

The French photographer Antoine Bruy’s fascination with self-sufficient life styles prompted him to travel across a number of European mountain ranges to document people who are trying to gain, in his words, “greater energy, food, economic, or social autonomy.” A look at his photos: http://nyr.kr/1oodSjd

Top: Vincent, the Pyrenees, France, 2012.
Bottom: Inside a geodesic dome, Sierra del Hacho, Spain, 2013.
Photographs by Antoine Bruy.

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