Coffee and Cigarettes

Old but true.
Dec 19

Old but true.

UK Style.
Dec 18

UK Style.

(Source: kifster, via realitykilledthevisionary)


Jim DeRogatis’ Top Ten of 20121. Tame Impala, LonerismI’ve got a soft spot for DeRogatis because he wrote a Lester Bangs biography and managed to get it published. It’s a great read. DeRogatis has a soft spot too, and it’s everywhere on his body.
Dec 18

Jim DeRogatis’ Top Ten of 2012

1. Tame ImpalaLonerism
I’ve got a soft spot for DeRogatis because he wrote a Lester Bangs biography and managed to get it published. It’s a great read. DeRogatis has a soft spot too, and it’s everywhere on his body.

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Makes me feel old. And I am in my 20s.
Dec 17

Makes me feel old. And I am in my 20s.

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monsterllized
Dec 17

monsterllized

hellogiggles:

Young Adult Education: LOVE IN LONDON: ‘THE STATISTICAL PROBABILITY OF LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT’ BY JENNIFER E. SMITH
by Kerry Winfrey
http://bit.ly/Tk9qCq
Dec 17

hellogiggles:

Young Adult Education: LOVE IN LONDON: ‘THE STATISTICAL PROBABILITY OF LOVE AT FIRST SIGHT’ BY JENNIFER E. SMITH

by Kerry Winfrey

http://bit.ly/Tk9qCq



callmecordelia:

I’m going to need to take this to the theater with me.

Yeah, I’m probably going to need this as well.

A map of dwarves! 
Dec 16

callmecordelia:

I’m going to need to take this to the theater with me.

Yeah, I’m probably going to need this as well.

A map of dwarves! 

(Source: thebrigeedarocks, via bookoisseur)

Dec 16

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This either.

rachelfershleiser:


Each of the 101 contributors Thessaly interviewed picked as many books as they thought represented their ideal bookshelf, and I knew some of them would pick identical books. So what would a taste graph linking contributors to each other using the books on their shelves look like? (via The Data Behind My Ideal Bookshelf | Fred Benenson’s Blog)
This is seriously, seriously cool!
Dec 16

This either.

rachelfershleiser:

Each of the 101 contributors Thessaly interviewed picked as many books as they thought represented their ideal bookshelf, and I knew some of them would pick identical books. So what would a taste graph linking contributors to each other using the books on their shelves look like? (via The Data Behind My Ideal Bookshelf | Fred Benenson’s Blog)

This is seriously, seriously cool!

(via housingworksbookstore)

Dec 15


I would not have said this better-

Documenting Disappearing London

I pass these stores every day. I pass hundreds every week, maybe thousands each month. It’s rare that I look for longer than I need. But Emily Webber sees them.

Based in Hackney, Emily shoots images of the urban furniture of 21st-century London. Her photos show chicken shops and nail bars; laundromats, kebab shops, hairdressers, cab offices, newsagents, and thrift stores all feature. In an increasingly chainified city, she zeroes in on the beauty and originality of the garish and the mundane. On London Shop Fronts, she has published over 1,200 images so far, running one every morning for almost four years.

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