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07

Sep

Each teacup is hung using twine,which is looped around the handle, allowing it to hang in the prefect perching position. The kettle, resting on the branches, holds the seeds so the homeowner can easily refill her guests’ mugs. I’m off to the thrift store to find my own porcelain bird feeders! (via Teacups Brew Meals for Hungry Birds)

Each teacup is hung using twine,which is looped around the handle, allowing it to hang in the prefect perching position. The kettle, resting on the branches, holds the seeds so the homeowner can easily refill her guests’ mugs. I’m off to the thrift store to find my own porcelain bird feeders! (via Teacups Brew Meals for Hungry Birds)

30

Aug

(by Andy Gilmore)

28

Aug

adettman:

Friends from home making an attempt to surf Lake Ontario (These guys live in the wrong town).
Photo by Jonathan Rutherford —- check his shit out. Do it.
rutherfordphotography:

Dark Riders


incredible

adettman:

Friends from home making an attempt to surf Lake Ontario (These guys live in the wrong town).

Photo by Jonathan Rutherford —- check his shit out. Do it.

rutherfordphotography:

Dark Riders

incredible

26

Aug

knitta please | Free People Clothing Boutique Blog
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Tiny Cardboard People Appear All Over Singapore | 1-800-Recycling

24

Aug

Heavy Metal | BEAUTIFUL/DECAY MAGAZINE
raina:

Exploded vulkano (by Eibatova Karina)

23

Aug

yourpalmal:

A doctor once told me I feel too much. I said, ‘So does God. That’s why you can see the Grand Canyon from the moon.’

- Andrea Gibson, Jellyfish

18

Aug

bestrooftalkever:

Have you ever walked around in Lower Manhattan and noticed a trail of paint on the sidewalk?

About 3 years ago, one of my friends in school decided to follow the trail around and noticed that the trail produced the image that you see above; a strange-looking rendering of what appeared to be the word “momo.” MOMO, we found out, was the name of an artist that used to be based in NYC, and sure enough, the one responsible for tagging his name across the width of Manhattan.
After requesting a meetup, MOMO told my friend that he accomplished this task by fixing 5 gallon paint buckets to the back of his bike, poking a hole in the bottom of the containers, and riding though the West Village, SoHo, Greenwich Village, East Village, and Alphabet City. Momo made the tag in 2006. Some parts of the line have been covered up by roadwork and redone sidewalks but most of the line is still visible.
To me, the interesting thing about the line is how both similar and different it is to regular graffiti. Essentially, most graffiti writers enjoy seeing their name on things. The bigger they can paint it and the more visible their tag is, the more people will notice their conquering of the city. MOMO created the largest tag in New York, yet the scale of his work here, so massive that it can’t all be viewed at once, means that thousands of people will walk on it each day and never even notice it. It’s simultaneously the biggest and smallest artistic statement I have seen in my time here.
MOMO made a video about the line which you can see here.
If you ever walk over it, now you’ll know what you’re looking at.

bestrooftalkever:

Have you ever walked around in Lower Manhattan and noticed a trail of paint on the sidewalk?

About 3 years ago, one of my friends in school decided to follow the trail around and noticed that the trail produced the image that you see above; a strange-looking rendering of what appeared to be the word “momo.” MOMO, we found out, was the name of an artist that used to be based in NYC, and sure enough, the one responsible for tagging his name across the width of Manhattan.

After requesting a meetup, MOMO told my friend that he accomplished this task by fixing 5 gallon paint buckets to the back of his bike, poking a hole in the bottom of the containers, and riding though the West Village, SoHo, Greenwich Village, East Village, and Alphabet City. Momo made the tag in 2006. Some parts of the line have been covered up by roadwork and redone sidewalks but most of the line is still visible.

To me, the interesting thing about the line is how both similar and different it is to regular graffiti. Essentially, most graffiti writers enjoy seeing their name on things. The bigger they can paint it and the more visible their tag is, the more people will notice their conquering of the city. MOMO created the largest tag in New York, yet the scale of his work here, so massive that it can’t all be viewed at once, means that thousands of people will walk on it each day and never even notice it. It’s simultaneously the biggest and smallest artistic statement I have seen in my time here.

MOMO made a video about the line which you can see here.

If you ever walk over it, now you’ll know what you’re looking at.

17

Aug

Brooklyn Street Art: Futura X Os Gemeos. - my love for you is a stampede of horses.
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hipstertracks:

Vampire Weekend – White Sky (Cecile Remix)

14

Aug

Count To Ten (by BEST | EVER)
things I brought home (by camilla engman)
Canal St. (by Tom Starkweather)