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04/19/14 @ 8:00
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A cartoon by Danny Shanahan. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/NKioue

newyorker:

A cartoon by Danny Shanahan. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/NKioue

chrisjohndewitt:

Berlin 2005: Tempelhof Airport Departure Hall with check-in desks on the right.

chrisjohndewitt:

Berlin 2005: Tempelhof Airport Departure Hall with check-in desks on the right.

design-is-fine:

Herbert Hirche, Braun Musikschrank R 23, 1961. Germany. Via tugendhat. In the top segment is a record player and space for a tape recorder, speakers are included.

good ol’ times

design-is-fine:

Herbert Hirche, Braun Musikschrank R 23, 1961. Germany. Via tugendhat. In the top segment is a record player and space for a tape recorder, speakers are included.

good ol’ times

04/19/14 @ 7:51
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A Friday cartoon by William Haefeli. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/1ipFrV2

newyorker:

A Friday cartoon by William Haefeli. For more cartoons from this week’s issue: http://nyr.kr/1ipFrV2

04/19/14 @ 7:51
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04/18/14 @ 23:46
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Richard Brody on “Manakamana,” a documentary set entirely within the capsules of a cable-car line in Nepal: http://nyr.kr/QrDPC7

“Three local rock musicians travel to the shrine with a lighthearted, cynical air, twiddling their camera and casually joking, whereas two traditional musicians, chatting about the financing of the cable cars and talking about the noteworthy sal trees below (which other voyagers had discussed as well), take out their sarangis (four-stringed violin-like instruments, played with a bow) and, after tuning them, break into an earthy and soulful sort of Central Asian bluegrass that seems both inspired and sanctified by the presence of the land and the proximity of the temple”

newyorker:

Richard Brody on “Manakamana,” a documentary set entirely within the capsules of a cable-car line in Nepal: http://nyr.kr/QrDPC7

“Three local rock musicians travel to the shrine with a lighthearted, cynical air, twiddling their camera and casually joking, whereas two traditional musicians, chatting about the financing of the cable cars and talking about the noteworthy sal trees below (which other voyagers had discussed as well), take out their sarangis (four-stringed violin-like instruments, played with a bow) and, after tuning them, break into an earthy and soulful sort of Central Asian bluegrass that seems both inspired and sanctified by the presence of the land and the proximity of the temple”

fuckyouverymuch:

We are old friends.

fuckyouverymuch:

We are old friends.

04/14/14 @ 19:30
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photojojo:

These candid photos of dancers in totally random places are oh so good. Jordan Matter teamed up with anyone unafraid of a few questioning looks to produce an awesome series entitled Dancers Among Us.  

From the Subway to Class—Dancers in Random Locations

via Reddit

04/07/14 @ 7:01
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A meeting of the Mickey Mouse Club, early 1930s

arpeggia:

A meeting of the Mickey Mouse Club, early 1930s

04/01/14 @ 22:58
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The best vision is insight.
Malcolm Forbes (via observando)
04/01/14 @ 22:56
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Romy Schneider in Paris, 1960

Romy Schneider in Paris, 1960

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03/31/14 @ 23:52
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thelittlestonedfox:

best thing on the internet

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fuckyouverymuch:

We love Sundays.

fuckyouverymuch:

We love Sundays.

03/31/14 @ 23:51
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itscolossal:

Tree Badger

itscolossal:

Tree Badger

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