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foucaul-ker face?

foucaul-ker face?

david lynch imitates art, imitating life
rosesforstalin:

david lynch’s hair styles and their art equivalents.

david lynch imitates art, imitating life

rosesforstalin:

david lynch’s hair styles and their art equivalents.

letterheady:

Andy Warhol, c.1954 | Submitted by Grace
Just stunning. For your consumption, a larger version. 

letterheady:

Andy Warhol, c.1954 | Submitted by Grace

Just stunning. For your consumption, a larger version

now more than ever

now more than ever

it’s true

it’s true

“The fact that the system became fundamentally fragile is very clear in  the data,” said systems theorist Yaneer Bar-Yam, president of the New  England Complex Systems Institute. “The financial sector was responsible  for many of the crucial links in the economy that allowed for shocks to  be propagated from one sector to another.”
(via Wired)

“The fact that the system became fundamentally fragile is very clear in the data,” said systems theorist Yaneer Bar-Yam, president of the New England Complex Systems Institute. “The financial sector was responsible for many of the crucial links in the economy that allowed for shocks to be propagated from one sector to another.”

(via Wired)

good points
letterheady:

Atmosfär Produktion, date unknown | Source
Stunning. Another letterhead courtesy of Amassblog. 

good points

letterheady:

Atmosfär Produktion, date unknown | Source

Stunning. Another letterhead courtesy of Amassblog

silence: no longer impossible
thejogging:

UNTITLED, 2010
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silence: no longer impossible

thejogging:

UNTITLED, 2010

Image

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letterheady:

The fascinating letterhead of rock ‘n’ roll photographer Michael Cooper, designed in 1967 by, unsurprisingly, Robert Brownjohn. When he wasn’t humorously advertising his services on the stationery of others, Brownjohn was busy designing and shooting iconic movie title sequences; most notably those of Goldfinger and From Russia With Love. 
Michael Cooper, 1967 | Source | Submitted by Things You Could Do

letterheady:

The fascinating letterhead of rock ‘n’ roll photographer Michael Cooper, designed in 1967 by, unsurprisingly, Robert Brownjohn. When he wasn’t humorously advertising his services on the stationery of others, Brownjohn was busy designing and shooting iconic movie title sequences; most notably those of Goldfinger and From Russia With Love. 

Michael Cooper, 1967 | Source | Submitted by Things You Could Do