"You are an electro remix of a song about love &...
Most people are charmed by curiosity– -Ari Marcopoulos in Interview. I completely believe that hunger and curiosity are incredibly important and attractive- In relationships and in work. Regardless of credentials and experience, I think those two attributes should be some of the most important hiring standards. It makes you work...
via The New Brand Tarot Blog
"STASH YOUR SELL-PHONE AND BE HERE NOW"
Challenge To Young Digital Kids View more presentations from Amanda Mooney.
In my hungry fatigue, and shopping for images, I went…– A Supermarket in California
"I'd rather eat the canvas than have someone paint... →
She’s a rare creature- intelligent yet inclined toward contentment.– Fresh Air
Interviewing Mike today for Paper. Check out his work. Annnd, join Matthew and I for this after in Bucktown http://oohtheplaceswewillgo.tumblr.com/
“It’s a little bit of a visual joke, I guess.”
My simple vision of the future? Planning departments hire people who are...– Does the world need digital strategists, House of Naked. Link via Alex Campbell. (via somethingchanged)
The more I see the less I know for sure.– John Lennon (via fuckyeahjohnlennon) (via iwantmybearsuit) (via unicornology)
September Issue reviews: Harper's Bazaar →
“Peggy Guggenheim’s Venice. Um, ok, HI. It’s inspired by Peggy Guggenheim, shot by KARL in VENICE which is BEAUTIFUL, model is LARA STONE, in two photos she is with a DOG, and clothing credits include COMME and PHILIP TREACY. So, like, yeah. I die. I think one of my favorite editorials of all time.”
the age of ordinary →
“All of which makes me wonder if I/we’ve been over-egging this internet revolution pudding quite a bit. Is it that much of a revolution? It certainly has been for me, but not so much for my Mum and Dad, or my son. Or for most people outside the West. Is it that epochal or is it just part of ‘gradual improvement’? I sometimes suspect we’re living though a media and...
written in water, written on paper →
“Twitter feels like conversation, ephemeral, written on water, designed to fade away. Blogging feels like notes, writing as thinking and rehearsing, to be kept and remembered, written on paper. And actually writing on paper, that’s still the best.”
By Tess Lynch
somethingchanged: I waste some time, now and then, thinking of how our generation will deal with the day our children discover the archives of Our Internet Lives. Usually this wasted time is spent sliding down an emotional and theoretical hill: at first, amusement (having children! That’s for older siblings! Man, I’m just trying to live for today! But okay, okay, what if); then, perhaps, a...
It’s not the window that’s special, Campbell. It’s the man who clicks it. In...– “Don Draper Invents the Pop-Up Ad” by Andrew B. on CollegeHumor (via nickdouglas)
txtsfrmlstnght: (803): have you facebook stalked him yet? (1-803): No, I don’t know his last name… (803): Just google his license plate numb