Stealer Of Sunsets

“If you don’t like where you are, move on. You are not a tree.”
— Unknown (via erraticintrovert)

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workman:

veterokforbooks:

Skerry

is a book I made in the rainy days of July 2012. It’s a limp paper binding with covers constructed of folded cardstock that I had dyed with ink and burnt along the edges. A translucent blue-brown flat glass bead was sewn on the spine, which evoked the feel of a stormy, desolate coastal region - thus the name of the book. The folded front edge is a yapp edge variation.

Named after the English 19th century bookseller William Yapp, these types of protective folded edges are usually seen in limp leather or vellum bindings. Often the folds overlap all three edges of the book, covering them partially. In this book the yapp is merely a visually pleasing addition.

moonlightwithasideoffries:

prickisawonker:

the documentary about this whole thing is so good

i think i just read the saddest story ever???

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Yeah for 4 hours to get a coffee. I kept telling myself that it wasn’t if it was worth it or not. Its the experience.

Yeah for 4 hours to get a coffee. I kept telling myself that it wasn’t if it was worth it or not. Its the experience.

nprfreshair:

Here’s a funky soul cover of Dan Penn’s song for James & Bobby Purify in 1966 “I’m Your Puppet” by Otamendi Palace. It’s a cool continuation of the Muscle Shoals, AL sound that Ed Ward reviewed in this piece on Fresh Air:

Penn didn’t much like making records himself, and Rick Hall, Fame’s owner and engineer, wasn’t letting him produce them. In the summer of 1966, another Fame alumnus, Chips Moman, lured Penn to his studio in Memphis, and the first part of Penn’s story was over. He would continue to write great songs, of course — and, now that he’s older and more comfortable with performing, he plays the occasional gig. But it was at Fame that the Dan Penn legend was cemented.

oddblossom said: Didn't see you at Paul's when I was in today. I hope that means you are pursuing other dreams. :)

Hey, I actually worked yesterday, I got off at 230 though. But last night I bought a one way ticket to mexico city for august 21st. How have you been? How is college going?

subtilitas:

Sergio Fernandez - House in Caminha, 1973. Too perfect. Photos (C) Ines Dorey.

galaxxxyrocksus:

Galaxxxy Rocks is releasing its next collaboration featuring the retro 80s Anime duo from ‘DIRTY PAIR’. The collection is being released on June 5th, 2013. 

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likeafieldmouse:

Mark Rothko - Orange, Red, Yellow (1956)

likeafieldmouse:

Mark Rothko - Orange, Red, Yellow (1956)

v3rtified:

4nimalparty:
Lake Louise, Canadian Rockies (by Rob Briggs 2)

v3rtified:

4nimalparty:

Lake Louise, Canadian Rockies (by Rob Briggs 2)

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