1. exercicedestyle:

    Africa | Sword ornament representing a crocodile, from the Akan people | Gold cast | Early 20th century

    (via mudwerks)

     

  2. "Instead of accepting a common opinion that Twitter is slowly replacing RSS readers, we should flip that around. What kind of changes could be made to RSS readers to embrace microblogging and make Twitter itself less important? Because once we do that, we get back control of our own short-form content and at the same time encourage open tools that will survive independent of whatever happens with Twitter and Facebook in the future."
    — Microblog links | Manton Reece. EGG-ZACTLY. (via ayjay)

    (via biblipeacay)

    Tagged #brilliant #tech
     
  3. shihlun:

    Wim Wenders, Alice in the Cities, 1974.

     
  4. bluestarhitsuji:

    吾野

    photo & edit by blue★hitsuji

    (via tofuist)

    Tagged #Nagano
     
  5. killerbeesting:

    Gilles Peress, Belfast City Center, 1972

    (via scrapzion)

     
  6. Kati Horna
    Untitled
    Paris, 1939
    From the Muñecas del miedo series [Dolls of Fear],
    Gelatin silver print
    15.3 x 22.8 cm
    Archivo Privado de Fotografía y Gráfica Kati y José Horna
    © 2005 Ana María Norah Horna y Fernández
    (via Art Blart)

    (Source: jeudepaume.org)

    Tagged #Kati Horna
     
  7. dinosaurspen:

    PACE analog computer at electrical engineering laboratory, ca. 1960s.

    (Source: digibarn.com, via mudwerks)

     
  8. beautifulmars:

    Layered Rocks of Ophir Mensa

    (Source: uahirise.org)

    Tagged #Mars
     
  9. killyoursweethearts:

    Nikolajs Kirken

    Photography by Kenneth Nguyen

    Instagram @ KennethNguyen

    (via digitalmyth)

     
  10. (Source: oldschoolgarage, via scrapzion)

    Tagged #signage
     
  11. Kati Horna
    Mujer y máscara [Woman with Mask]
    Mexico, 1963
    Gelatin silver print
    25 x 19.7 cm
    Archivo Privado de Fotografía y Gráfica Kati y José Horna
    © 2005 Ana María Norah Horna y Fernández
    (via Art Blart)

    (Source: jeudepaume.org)

    Tagged #Kati Horna
     
  12.  
  13. Wonder Bar, 1934

    (Source: mishawinsexster, via mudwerks)

     
  14. thebigkelu:

    Tearing Lodge – Piegan - 1910

    Curtis Caption : Pinokiminush is one of the few Piegan of advanced years and retentive memory. He was born about 1835 on Jusdith river in what is now northern Montana, and was found to be a valuable informant on many topics. The buffalo-skin cap is a part of his war costume, and was made and worn at the command of a spirit in a vision.

    (via scrapzion)

     
  15. patrickjoust:

    untitled on Flickr.

    Via Flickr:
    patrickjoust | flickr | tumblr | facebook | books



    Fujica GW690

    Kodak Portra 160

    Tagged #Bethlehem PA