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“We should all be concerned about the future because we will have to spend the rest of our lives there.”

Quote Of The Day:

“We should all be concerned about the future because we will have to spend the rest of our lives there.”

- Charles Kettering


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Oakland | Station to Station

Olaf Breuning’s smoke performance.
Brian Doyle courtesy of 303 Gallery, New York

 Brian Doyle courtesy of 303 Gallery, New York Olaf Breuning's smoke performance.

What Happened in Oakland | Station to Station.

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Gilded Age

Apt book cover: the gilded age. by Carambula
Apt book cover: the gilded age., a photo by Carambula on Flickr.

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“Yesterday is gone and its tale told. Today new seeds are growing.” – Rumi

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Tape art & hanger light

Trying to make do with what we have at work to decorate the meeting room. A chandelier light fixture made of up cycled recycled plastic hangers and an ikea floor lamp and black tape on the wall in a staircase optical illusion design.

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3D printed paper hand

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Portugal playing cards


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Re-purposed Jeans Planters

An imaginative way to up-cycle, DIY old jeans into planter pots for your plants. Hilarious.


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Russian Cubist

Russian art and design for children’s books


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Slow and steady

Usually slow, but not always steady. Tortoise vs Hare


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XX Judgement

Judgement Cat Tarot card

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New Yorker

herding cats

On the cover: Herding cats (of Congress)

And Inside: Southern Discomfort: George Packer: The Political Isolation of the American South

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Appearances Can Be Deceiving: The Dresses of Frida Kahlo

The exhibit, Appearances Can Be Deceiving: The Dresses of Frida Kahlo, a collaboration between the Frida Kahlo Museum and Vogue Mexico, brings to an end an elaborate 50 year scheme to keep private the intimate details of Kahlo’s life. It started when she died in 1954, as a distraught Diego Rivera, the famous Mexican muralist and Frida Kahlo’s husband, locked the doors to her closet and never let anyone enter for fear that the contents would be mishandled and ruined.

When he died in 1957 the task of protecting its contents went to a dear friend and patron, Dolores Olmedo, who promised him that the closet would remain unopened until 15 years after his death. She kept her word. In fact, she decided to keep the closet locked until her own death. And she lived a long life, passing away in 2002 at the age of 93.

via Frida Kahlo Fashion Exhibit Opens in Mexico City – ABC News.

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Low rider last supper

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Abandonment of Mixed Tapes

Discarded collection. Recollection of times past. The soundtracks of our youth.
Impermanence hard at work.


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Last day bell

I like my ding delicate.


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In pursuit of magic

Silver spray paint stencil tag

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Lucky Louis Vuitton windows

Gold four leaf clovers in a snowflake formation. The other window had silver wishbones in a snowflake formation. With visions of dancing LV handbags, belts, wallet and purses. Divine.





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Geodesic Gingerbread Dome House

gingerbread dome home

by  Scout Regalia. via Buckminster Fuller Institute

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