1. Chris Ware is the greatest. 

 (via Heads or Tails - NYTimes.com)

    Chris Ware is the greatest.

    (via Heads or Tails - NYTimes.com)

  2. design-is-fine:

Jürg Bally, Modular book shelf, 1955. Switzerland. Via Museum für Gestaltung, Zürich. 📷 Alexander von Steiger.

Want this setup.

    design-is-fine:

    Jürg Bally, Modular book shelf, 1955. Switzerland. Via Museum für Gestaltung, Zürich. 📷 Alexander von Steiger.

    Want this setup.

  3. Fucking beautiful.
design-is-fine:

Polyorama Panoptique Lorchette Enchantée, 1855. Unknown artist. Via Getty Open Content 
Soon after the Invention of photography in 1839 the first Stereoscope pictures appeared, landscapes or people could be seen in 3D. After the World exhibition in 1851 the market grew, with a peek after 1860. Places like
World Panorama had 25 seats and were a big event before the silent movies replaced them.

    Fucking beautiful.

    design-is-fine:

    Polyorama Panoptique Lorchette Enchantée, 1855. Unknown artist. Via Getty Open Content 

    Soon after the Invention of photography in 1839 the first Stereoscope pictures appeared, landscapes or people could be seen in 3D. After the World exhibition in 1851 the market grew, with a peek after 1860. Places like
    World Panorama had 25 seats and were a big event before the silent movies replaced them.

  4. Veto Vito →

    A portrait of Vito Acconci by Jonathan Harris. A beautiful little audio/visual portrait by one of my favorite artists using web technologies.

    In the mid-1970s, Vito stopped doing performances, and turned to architecture, to which he’s been committed ever since. To Vito, work has always been the most important part of life. But a couple weeks ago, Vito got married, and his feelings have started to change.

  5. Beautiful paintings by Mernet Larsen. 

(via Mernet Larsen : Paintings 2000 to present)

    Beautiful paintings by Mernet Larsen.

    (via Mernet Larsen : Paintings 2000 to present)

  6. "It presented no problem to the grubs. They used everything that was availeable, organic as well as inorganic: ironfilings, wood-chippings, beads, glass-splinters, bits of plastic and so on."

Beautiful and adept.
(via Genetologic Research » Blog Archive » Caddisfly Construstions)

    "It presented no problem to the grubs. They used everything that was availeable, organic as well as inorganic: ironfilings, wood-chippings, beads, glass-splinters, bits of plastic and so on."

    Beautiful and adept.

    (via Genetologic Research » Blog Archive » Caddisfly Construstions)

  7. nevver:

    Home sick

    My next home?

  8. hersyouthrevisited:



We have two announcements: First, our album, Youth Revisited, will be released on June 4th, 2014. Second, today Interview Magazine premiered the video for Hold It Together, the last song on Youth Revisited. Watch it: http://www.interviewmagazine.com/music/exclusive-video-premiere-hold-it-together-hers/

    hersyouthrevisited:

    We have two announcements: First, our album, Youth Revisited, will be released on June 4th, 2014. Second, today Interview Magazine premiered the video for Hold It Together, the last song on Youth Revisited. Watch it: 

    http://www.interviewmagazine.com/music/exclusive-video-premiere-hold-it-together-hers/

  9. These are fantastic. They remind of those SFW videos from a few years ago.
(via ‘Stop Watch’ by Tineke Meirink | iGNANT.de)

    These are fantastic. They remind of those SFW videos from a few years ago.

    (via ‘Stop Watch’ by Tineke Meirink | iGNANT.de)

  10. Very nice use of multi-touch to allow for low-precision interaction when your eyes are multi-tasking.

    A New Car UI: How touch screen controls in cars should work (by Matthaeus Krenn)

  11. Not usually something I would post but this restaurant space is beautiful. Love the hanging cardboard trays.

via Design Milk

    Not usually something I would post but this restaurant space is beautiful. Love the hanging cardboard trays.

    via Design Milk

  12. sickbirdsdieeasy:

POSTER ART BY ZACK NIPPER

    sickbirdsdieeasy:

    POSTER ART BY ZACK NIPPER

  13. In a cafe in Barcelona, I decided not to take the investment money. In my heart, I realized I just didn’t want to run a company. I didn’t want to sit in meetings, manage people, market products, raise money, and send emails all day. Really, I just wanted to make small, beautiful things.

    — Transom » Jonathan Harris

  14. Love these illustrations.
(via T. S. Eliot’s “The Cultivation of Christmas Trees”: A Rare Vintage Gem, Illustrated by Enrico Arno | Brain Pickings)

    Love these illustrations.

    (via T. S. Eliot’s “The Cultivation of Christmas Trees”: A Rare Vintage Gem, Illustrated by Enrico Arno | Brain Pickings)

  15. Episode 32- Phil Elverum (Mount Eerie). Yoni and Phil meet up outside of Neumo’s rock club in Seattle for a talk in the WHY? tour van. They talk about Twitter and the Internet in general, shortened attention spans, Phil’s history in the northwest, his new auto tuned Garage Band recordings, and canoe-making.