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For a guy who writes for a living, let the words do what they do.

Gernot Wagner is a lead senior economist at the Environmental Defense Fund, adjunct faculty at Columbia, research associate at Harvard’s Kennedy School and author of But Will the Planet Notice? We designed and developed…

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Back of an “I AM A NATION BUILDER” button.

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NEC3 and the advancement of clean-burning fuels and vehicles

The Nebraska Clean Cities Coalition came to us for a new brand and web presence. The NEC3 is part of the Midwest Region Alternative Fuels Project and is made possible by a grant from the U.S. Department of Energy. Milo Mumgaard,…

New work!

Ellen and I were at a coffee shop about a month ago while they were shooting a video for the new Bob Mould record. Here is the back of my head (far right) trying to ignore the video and get some work done.

Watch the video here: http://www.funnyordie.com/videos/65f616aff7/bob-mould-i-don-t-know-you-anymore

hersyouthrevisited:

Having bad band practice.
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Ellen took a photo of my kick drum.

pwelverumandsun:

ATTENTION:  “DUST" exists 

DUST by Phil Elverum (ELV033 from P.W. Elverum & Sun, June 2014)

132 large and pretty 12 1/2” x 9” pages in hardcover plus a 48 page bonus booklet inside the back cover. All full color photographs beautifully offset printed and bound in black stamped coarse linen casewrap. 

You may be familiar with the runaway hit tumblr meme: “Flowers in night wind” (shown in top photo).  Now you can have this gif and others (de-animated) on your bookshelf.

Pre-orders are now available:
www.pwelverumandsun.com/store

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Machines of Joy (by Luaka Bop)

design-is-fine:

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

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

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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.

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.