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Oh, Occupy Wall Street art is pretty amazing.  But all I can think of when I see this is “For if we don’t find / The next whiskey bar / I tell you we must die.” Oh, Moon of Alabama.

Oh, Occupy Wall Street art is pretty amazing.  But all I can think of when I see this is “For if we don’t find / The next whiskey bar / I tell you we must die.” Oh, Moon of Alabama.

2 years ago
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"And you keep laughing and laughing and laughing and nothing is quite the same really.  And after you’re finished laughing, you start to turn into a frog yourself.  It’s very funny to be a frog; you dive into the water and cross the rivers and the ocean and you can jump all the time and everywhere.  So do you want to play with me? We can be a whole group of friends, a whole group of frogs.” M83
Raconte-Moi Une Histoire, s’il vous plaît James Jean

"And you keep laughing and laughing and laughing and nothing is quite the same really.  And after you’re finished laughing, you start to turn into a frog yourself.  It’s very funny to be a frog; you dive into the water and cross the rivers and the ocean and you can jump all the time and everywhere.  So do you want to play with me? We can be a whole group of friends, a whole group of frogs.” M83

Raconte-Moi Une Histoire, s’il vous plaît James Jean

2 years ago
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I think Nina Simone’s "Funkier Than A Mosquito’s Tweeter" when I see these playful illustrations by Japanese-born, New York based Keiko Tokushima.  Pairing the whimsical with intricate pattern designs, Tokushima could easily traverse the small divide between illustrations and textiles, but she also has the ability to portray a moroseness or a dark occultness through her patterns and lack of patterns.  Family of the Year’s "The Princess and the Pea" + “Hitchhiker” (below)
 

I think Nina Simone’s "Funkier Than A Mosquito’s Tweeter" when I see these playful illustrations by Japanese-born, New York based Keiko Tokushima.  Pairing the whimsical with intricate pattern designs, Tokushima could easily traverse the small divide between illustrations and textiles, but she also has the ability to portray a moroseness or a dark occultness through her patterns and lack of patterns.  Family of the Year’s "The Princess and the Pea" + “Hitchhiker” (below)

 

2 years ago
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Paired best with Explosions In The Sky’s "Let Me Back In".   Everything Alastair Magnaldo creates is a perfect blend of nature’s beauty and the mind’s fantasy - as is everything the guys in Explosions In The Sky create.

Paired best with Explosions In The Sky’s "Let Me Back In".   Everything Alastair Magnaldo creates is a perfect blend of nature’s beauty and the mind’s fantasy - as is everything the guys in Explosions In The Sky create.

2 years ago
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Sun will freeze. Don’t bother.
Sea’s wrath won’t concern me when.
All your city lights.

*I took parts of Jesse Tabish’s lyrics and made them into a haiku (mostly because there are important parts of the song where I can not tell exactly what he is saying).

Sun will freeze. Don’t bother.

Sea’s wrath won’t concern me when.

All your city lights.

*I took parts of Jesse Tabish’s lyrics and made them into a haiku (mostly because there are important parts of the song where I can not tell exactly what he is saying).

2 years ago
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"They’ll tell you there’s an answer, but I don’t see one.”

"They’ll tell you there’s an answer, but I don’t see one.”

2 years ago
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This roller coaster would be amazing at both a hare’s pace and a turtle’s pace to Beats Antique’s "Skywalk" from their new album Elektrafone (10.4.11). Beautiful photography Ilkka Halso.

This roller coaster would be amazing at both a hare’s pace and a turtle’s pace to Beats Antique’s "Skywalk" from their new album Elektrafone (10.4.11). Beautiful photography Ilkka Halso.

2 years ago
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Probably the best video I’ve ever seen.  Also, the demo is a lifeload better than the studio version.  <3 Stevie.

2 years ago
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