u2205:

Girls skating in the seventies.

Including Laura Thornhill, (mostly), Kim Cespedes, Robin Logan, Ellen-Oneal,

itscolossal:

City Light Scarves by Slow Factory in the Colossal Shop. USA / London / Paris / New York

u2205:

Elliott Erwitt - California, USA (1955)

u2205:

Elliott Erwitt - California, USA (1955)

terrysdiary:

Astronaut 

terrysdiary:

Astronaut 

fer1972:

Reading the Ocean: Photography by Masyaka-Kusyaka

nvvr:

moon

nvvr:

moon

everybodyneedsart:

Fukui Yusuke ~ Sumi-e 
Solo exhibition of Fukui Yusuke @ ENA Viewing Space (Budapest)

everybodyneedsart:

Fukui Yusuke ~ Sumi-e 

Solo exhibition of Fukui Yusuke @ ENA Viewing Space (Budapest)

(via fukuiyusuke)

nganyc:

Wabi Sabi a term I discovered some time ago. A book that I would reflect to every now and then … I recently caught a favorite tee in a zipper jacket. I mended the tiny hole and is still lovingly worn.

nganyc:

Wabi Sabi a term I discovered some time ago. A book that I would reflect to every now and then … I recently caught a favorite tee in a zipper jacket. I mended the tiny hole and is still lovingly worn.

royalbks:

The Man Who Fell to Earth | Nicolas Roeg | 1976
New York: Cinema I and Cinema II, 1976. Original subway style poster for the premiere of the 1976 film. The style of the poster follows that of the one sheet, but with different dimensions for subway display. Bowie would appropriate the same iconic image for his 1977 album, “Low.”One of the most important science fiction films of the 1970s. In his review for the New York Times, Richard Eder wrote: “When science fiction writing enlisted such authors as Ray Bradbury, the emphasis on space machines, time warps and little green men gave way to more philososhical and emotional approaches. It was man or Martian, not as physical but as metaphysical travelers. Space was filled with loss and melancholy as well as gadgets.” Nicholas Roeg abandoned none of his avant-garde leanings for the film, but instead brought an experimental, impressionistic style to a larger audience by way of David Bowie, who lent his other-worldly persona to a literally other-worldly character.29.5 x 43 inches, rolled, on archival linen. Near Fine.

royalbks:

The Man Who Fell to Earth | Nicolas Roeg | 1976

New York: Cinema I and Cinema II, 1976. Original subway style poster for the premiere of the 1976 film. The style of the poster follows that of the one sheet, but with different dimensions for subway display. Bowie would appropriate the same iconic image for his 1977 album, “Low.”

One of the most important science fiction films of the 1970s. In his review for the New York Times, Richard Eder wrote: “When science fiction writing enlisted such authors as Ray Bradbury, the emphasis on space machines, time warps and little green men gave way to more philososhical and emotional approaches. It was man or Martian, not as physical but as metaphysical travelers. Space was filled with loss and melancholy as well as gadgets.” Nicholas Roeg abandoned none of his avant-garde leanings for the film, but instead brought an experimental, impressionistic style to a larger audience by way of David Bowie, who lent his other-worldly persona to a literally other-worldly character.

29.5 x 43 inches, rolled, on archival linen. Near Fine.

goldenheartedrose:

loryisunabletosupinate:

heyfunniest:

random-and-interesting:

Introducing, Dodocool Lightning Cable

Dodocool - $9.97

Apple - $19.00

IT’S CHEAPER TOO GUYS 

NO MORE BROKEN LIGHTNING CABLE FOR ME YESS

bought these just now so really hope they are way better than apple’s shitty wires

Oh excellent.

(via leshumeursmeurtrieres)