Ghosts- Laura Marling
Handbags made outta movie billboards →
The Body’s only rental
Lawrence Weiner Film →
credits to chris on this find.
PHOTO OF THE DAY: 1979-1997, 6,697 Polaroids,... →
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Currently listening to: someone rifling through my garbage. Reminding myself to be very conscious of everything I throw away.
Photograms, Man Ray, etc. →
I’d forgotten about my desire to pursue this form of “photography”. Essentially you just use direct light to expose objects on photo-sensitive paper. Without a dark room, the only real type I can do is the Cyanotype using sunlight. Pretty stoked.
Liquid Solutions →
If you’re smart, you know you can buy anything you want on the internet. Just so happens I was looking to buy a special beer and found it at this place and this place only. Lagunita’s Brown Shugga is absolutely delightful and at 9.9% abv, it’s well worth the money (a bargain, actually). This guy has everything you could think of and even offers will-call pick up in Oregon City. I...
How do I spend my days? Listening to vinyl and working on projects. Today» Kenny Drew Quintet: Lite Flite Art Blakey & the Jazz Messengers: A Day With Art Blakey 1961 John Coltrane: Bahia
Shane…there’s too many (cowboys in the quad).
These are things that interest me. These are random articles/adventures that I didn’t know I was interested in but finally someone is writing random articles about things that someone like me thinks are cool. Also, they were the ones that discovered that whole jumping-in-to-my-pants video. They didn’t invent it, but by golly they took the time to find it on the internet. “One...
Flickr User in paper cutout →
I will also, from now on, every morning, enter my pants by jumping into them.
If I know the right thing, why can I not just go there?
Eye Mag →
I’d like to subscribe to “Eye”. Their articles look very interesting. Too bad their subscription is $80 a year (for a quarterly) for students.
The Cost of Smarts →
Apparently being smarter doesn’t mean you’ll live longer- survival of the not so fitterest.
Thao Nguyen and The Get Down Stay Down: Travel
Ken Garland →
Attempting to make a list of albums that I will get sick of- not necessarily released over the previous year, but new to me this year (and rediscoveries). Basically, if you know me (and know me well, you know that I don’t listen to whole albums.This is out of character, to say the least.) So far: Thao Nguyen & The get down stay down: We brave bee stings and all The Beatles: Revolver,...
Currently: bumming. Or something like it.