explore-blog:

Phone evolution – vintage ad for Western Electric, the manufacturing arm of AT&T, and more vintage visions for the future of technology. 

explore-blog:

Phone evolution – vintage ad for Western Electric, the manufacturing arm of AT&T, and more vintage visions for the future of technology

(Source: explore-blog)

ce-sac-contient:


Peter Doig (b. 1959) - Reflection (What does your soul look like), 1996


Huile sur toile (295 × 200 cm)



Christie’s New York, $10,162,500 

ce-sac-contient:

Peter Doig (b. 1959) - Reflection (What does your soul look like), 1996

Huile sur toile (295 × 200 cm)

Christie’s New York, $10,162,500 

(Source: f-eath-ers)

overonehundred:

Toby Ng - The World of 100

Have you ever asked yourself, what would the World look like as a small community of 100 people? Probably not. However, it is something to think about, as the reality would be startling - as much as you’d think so, the village would only have 7 computers, and only 1 person in the World Village would be educated at University level.

These facts are something that designer Toby Ng has thought about very carefully, and turned the results of his findings into a series of twenty infographics depicting ‘The World of 100’. Although aesthetically beautiful, with sharp lines and bold, vibrant colours, these infographics are often horrifying. 

The posters look as though they have come straight out of a children’s book; is this to mirror the naivety of those that are most likely to be looking at them on their computers?

“Look, this is the World we are living in.”

- Toby Ng

jikankokoro:

Cy Twombly  2001

jikankokoro:

Cy Twombly  2001

Come what may, I have been blessed.

(Source: popchartlab)

Stage design for this summer’s opening of  MoMA PS1, by CONFETTISYSTEM.


Stage design for this summer’s opening of  MoMA PS1, by CONFETTISYSTEM.

11 More Wonderful Words With No English Equivalent

nevver:

  1. Seigneur-terraces (French)
    Coffee shop dwellers who sit at tables a long time but spend little money.
  2. Ya’arburnee (Arabic)
    This word is the hopeful declaration that you will die before someone you love deeply, because you cannot stand to live without them. Literally, may you bury me.
  3. Schlimazel (Yiddish)
    Someone prone to bad luck. Yiddish distinguishes between the schlemiel and schlimazel, whose fates would probably be grouped under those of the klutz in other languages. The schlemiel is the traditional maladroit, who spills his coffee; the schlimazel is the one on whom it’s spilled.
  4. Packesel (German)
    The packesel is the person who’s stuck carrying everyone else’s bags on a trip. Literally, a burro.
  5. L’esprit de l’escalier (French)
    Literally, stairwell wit—a too-late retort thought of only after departure.
  6. Hygge (Danish)
    Denmark’s mantra, hygge is the pleasant, genial, and intimate feeling associated with sitting around a fire in the winter with close friends.
  7. Spesenritter (German)
    Literally, an expense knight. You’ve probably dined with a spesenritter before, the type who shows off by paying the bill on the company’s expense account.
  8. Cavoli Riscaldati (Italian)
    The result of attempting to revive an unworkable relationship. Literally, reheated cabbage.
  9. Bilita Mpash (Bantu)
    An amazing, pleasant dream. Not just a “good” dream; the opposite of a nightmare.
  10. Litost (Czech)
    Milan Kundera described the emotion as “a state of torment created by the sudden sight of one’s own misery.”
  11. Murr-ma (Waigman, language of Australia)
    To walk alongside the water while searching for something with your feet.

(Source: bkbrown)

In the end, okay, it’s love and it’s work — what else could there possibly be?