nothingmajor:

David Horvitz’s new book How to Shoplift Books falls somewhere between poetry and a more conceptual artist’s book. The instructional text, variations on the simple mission of getting a book out of a book shop without paying, offers solutions like, “Tie the book to a dog, and walk out the dog out of the store,” or, “Steal the book one page at a time from different stores.” (via How To Shoplift Books / Journal / Nothing Major)

want. i crave clever.

nothingmajor:

David Horvitz’s new book How to Shoplift Books falls somewhere between poetry and a more conceptual artist’s book. The instructional text, variations on the simple mission of getting a book out of a book shop without paying, offers solutions like, “Tie the book to a dog, and walk out the dog out of the store,” or, “Steal the book one page at a time from different stores.” (via How To Shoplift Books / Journal / Nothing Major)

want. i crave clever.

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Listen: Daft Punk - Random Access Memories

fightingtheboss:

Daft Punk - Random Access Memories by defendor on Grooveshark

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Heads Up..

This blog of mine.. is about to turn into a blog about smoking meats. I figure I subconsciously knew this already. “Onthebackporch” is a perfect name for a smoker blog. I am smoking a ham this weekend and will begin my new obsession with tons of posts. If you don’t like it.. get out. Love Lew.

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pbsdigitalstudios:

agi-open-london:

Tom Geismar — alternate study sketches for PBS logo (1984)

A treat for the vintage PBS logo fans out there!

sleeve of this? nahhhh. but? yeah?

pbsdigitalstudios:

agi-open-london:

Tom Geismar — alternate study sketches for PBS logo (1984)

A treat for the vintage PBS logo fans out there!

sleeve of this? nahhhh. but? yeah?

(via nationalfilmsociety)

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Soon.

Soon.

(Source: bringtheruckuss)

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(via nothingmajor.com)

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Chris Walters of Hi-Lo performing a solo set.

Chris Walters of Hi-Lo performing a solo set.

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33113:

you are not working hard enough.

you are not entitled to success.

you need to read and educate yourself more about your craft.

you need to be humble and recognize you are not the best at what you do.

you need to be more enthusiastic and passionate about your work.

you need to stay in on weekends.

you are not working hard enough.

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The more you find out about the world, the more opportunities there are to laugh at it.

Bill Nye

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Mr. President

image

.. and they all stop, turn and realize.

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newsweek:

Here is one of the letters a child wrote to President Obama asking him to take action on gun control.

P.S. I know your doing your best.

newsweek:

Here is one of the letters a child wrote to President Obama asking him to take action on gun control.

P.S. I know your doing your best.

(via npr)

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Woody Allen Interviews Billy Graham

So happy this exists.

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fuckyeahproducernotes:

dominicb003:

I created this for a blog post on my website and it absolutely epitomises my experience of working as an editor in a competitive young commercially minded post production house where I used to work.
1. Plant life - this may be the only thing you have to remind you of the great outdoors through the long hours in the dark. Note the angle poise lamp is necessary to allow the plant to photosynthesise without this the plant will not get enough light.
2. The typical edit suite desk – this space should be the place of creation, all the tools you need at your fingertips. There should always be a steaming hot cup of tea and a saucer of cookies (for the sake of your sanity).  With this standard layout you should be able to cut any project to a high standard (as long as the phone doesn’t ring to often).
3. The all famous ‘fat boy sandwich’ this toasted ciabatta sandwich with chicken, bacon, mozzarella, tomato, avocado and mayonnaise could satisfy any hunger pangs, so befriend it and enjoy every last mouthful.
4. The bicycle - important when considering eating the afore-mentioned ‘fat boy sandwiches’. Unless you actually want to get fat, regular exercise is the only way to avoid such a happening, and what better way to do it than to travel in style on a London hip fixie road bike.
5. The deluxe ‘Aeron chair’ – This spaceship of an office chair can adjust in everyway imaginable (well almost). Without a decent comfortable chair you will ruin your back and not be able to work so pay close attention to what you’re sitting in.
6. Under the desk – this is where you are likely to spend much of your time (especially as a newbie). In fact the amount of time you spend under desks can be used as a measure of success, the less time under desks the more successful you are likely to have become. Either this or you are so useless at maintenance that you know any attempt to head under the desk is futile.
7. The apple gizmo – Sadly nearly every editor I know has an iPhone. Not only this, but almost every editor I know is madly obsessed with apple products in general, and will be the first to read about the latest gizmos. Don’t get left behind know your apple.

Aside from the bike pretty much spot on.

This is perfect. Dead on.

fuckyeahproducernotes:

dominicb003:

I created this for a blog post on my website and it absolutely epitomises my experience of working as an editor in a competitive young commercially minded post production house where I used to work.

1. Plant life - this may be the only thing you have to remind you of the great outdoors through the long hours in the dark. Note the angle poise lamp is necessary to allow the plant to photosynthesise without this the plant will not get enough light.

2. The typical edit suite desk – this space should be the place of creation, all the tools you need at your fingertips. There should always be a steaming hot cup of tea and a saucer of cookies (for the sake of your sanity).  With this standard layout you should be able to cut any project to a high standard (as long as the phone doesn’t ring to often).

3. The all famous ‘fat boy sandwich’ this toasted ciabatta sandwich with chicken, bacon, mozzarella, tomato, avocado and mayonnaise could satisfy any hunger pangs, so befriend it and enjoy every last mouthful.

4. The bicycle - important when considering eating the afore-mentioned ‘fat boy sandwiches’. Unless you actually want to get fat, regular exercise is the only way to avoid such a happening, and what better way to do it than to travel in style on a London hip fixie road bike.

5. The deluxe ‘Aeron chair’ – This spaceship of an office chair can adjust in everyway imaginable (well almost). Without a decent comfortable chair you will ruin your back and not be able to work so pay close attention to what you’re sitting in.

6. Under the desk – this is where you are likely to spend much of your time (especially as a newbie). In fact the amount of time you spend under desks can be used as a measure of success, the less time under desks the more successful you are likely to have become. Either this or you are so useless at maintenance that you know any attempt to head under the desk is futile.

7. The apple gizmo – Sadly nearly every editor I know has an iPhone. Not only this, but almost every editor I know is madly obsessed with apple products in general, and will be the first to read about the latest gizmos. Don’t get left behind know your apple.

Aside from the bike pretty much spot on.

This is perfect. Dead on.

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fuckyeahtattoos:

Healed jawa tattoo I did a couple of weeks ago… Follow me on instagram @perjtattoo!

OOTINI!!!!!!!!!!!!

fuckyeahtattoos:

Healed jawa tattoo I did a couple of weeks ago… Follow me on instagram @perjtattoo!

OOTINI!!!!!!!!!!!!

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