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Happy Birthday Bettie Page  (April 22, 1923 – December 11, 2008)
"I was never the girl next door."

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sketchlock:

unicorn-meat-is-too-mainstream:

DECORATING SURVEILLANCE CAMERAS WITH PARTY HATS TO CELEBRATE GEORGE ORWELL’S BIRTHDAY

OH MY GOD.

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7knotwind:

a new round of mail art pieces will begin soon…
stay tuned for details, about how you can be involved

The envelopes are vessels— occupying space,  encapsulating and transporting. They are a palpable locus of memory, an artifact of attention and intention. Intimate hours are spent marking their surface with accumulated marks, moments bound in their fibers, the topography of time is held as a stain—
passed through cold machines,
passed from hand to hand across thousands of miles,
marked by their journey— entrusted to a stranger.  

images:
KEVIN TOWNSEND, select works from ‘carried by strangers-2013’

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chrisnolansscarf:

chrisnolansscarf:

I heard if you whisper “alright alright alright” 3 times in front of a mirror Matthew McCounaughey appears and gives your career a makeover while spouting metaphorical life philosophies. 

but if you say more than 3 times André 3000 appears asking that you be on your baddest behavior.

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c0ssette:

Alexandre Cabanel “Fallen Angel” detail.

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scarydarkdeathdorks:

Dinah Cancer - 45 Grave

scarydarkdeathdorks:

Dinah Cancer - 45 Grave

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amandapickens:

stripe tree typology | vrindavan, india

amandapickens:

stripe tree typology | vrindavan, india

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vintageanchor:

Edward Gorey Illustrates H. G. Wells’s The War of the Worlds.  More here.

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jl8comic:

Since everyone’s requesting it, here’s a cropped version of Bruce from JL8 #156.
Feel free to use it however you see fit. I’d appreciate if you included a link back to a JL8 page, just because you never know who might see it, like it, and wonder where they can get more of it.
-Yale

jl8comic:

Since everyone’s requesting it, here’s a cropped version of Bruce from JL8 #156.

Feel free to use it however you see fit. I’d appreciate if you included a link back to a JL8 page, just because you never know who might see it, like it, and wonder where they can get more of it.

-Yale

jl8comic:

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Feel free to share!

Each one has been posted individually as well, but I got some requests for the whole group, so here you go!

-Yale