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oldhollywood:

Romy Schneider in archive footage from L’Enfer (1964, dir. Henri-Georges Clouzot)

oldhollywood:

Romy Schneider in archive footage from L’Enfer (1964, dir. Henri-Georges Clouzot)

sirinthada:

Finished sooner than I thought. The original was a chicken scratchy scribbly drawing I did on the back of an envelope over a year ago (and is thumbtacked to my bedroom wall, actually)… Been meaning to do it as a “nicer” drawing for some time now, and here it is, finally…

sirinthada:

Finished sooner than I thought. The original was a chicken scratchy scribbly drawing I did on the back of an envelope over a year ago (and is thumbtacked to my bedroom wall, actually)… Been meaning to do it as a “nicer” drawing for some time now, and here it is, finally…

sirinthada:

Where oh where is your hair? A patch over here? A few strays over there? Where it’s seen, society cares… They make us believe it’s best to be bare!(And oh, the money and time we spend on doing so…)

sirinthada:

Where oh where is your hair? A patch over here? A few strays over there? Where it’s seen, society cares… They make us believe it’s best to be bare!

(And oh, the money and time we spend on doing so…)

staff:

Name The Burning HouseLocation New York
If your house was burning, what would you take with you? The answer says a lot about your values and background, according to photographer Foster R. Huntington. The Burning House is a living gallery of photographs of the items chosen by people from all backgrounds, from all around the world. “It’s a philosophical conflict between what’s practical, valuable, and sentimental. You’re forced to prioritize and boil down a life of accrued possessions into what you can carry out with you,” Foster says.
Also check out…
The ChangelogA weekly podcast and blog that covers what’s fresh and new in Open Source.
Sounds of My CityA collaborative, community-oriented audio ethnography of Toronto. This is what Toronto sounds like.
Officials Say the Darndest ThingsCataloging what officials in business and government (and any other centers of power) let slip.

staff:

Name The Burning House
Location New York

If your house was burning, what would you take with you? The answer says a lot about your values and background, according to photographer Foster R. Huntington. The Burning House is a living gallery of photographs of the items chosen by people from all backgrounds, from all around the world. “It’s a philosophical conflict between what’s practical, valuable, and sentimental. You’re forced to prioritize and boil down a life of accrued possessions into what you can carry out with you,” Foster says.

Also check out…

The Changelog
A weekly podcast and blog that covers what’s fresh and new in Open Source.

Sounds of My City
A collaborative, community-oriented audio ethnography of Toronto. This is what Toronto sounds like.

Officials Say the Darndest Things
Cataloging what officials in business and government (and any other centers of power) let slip.

instillness:

A little drawing I did for Natasha Lillipore, who is the subject of my last Canonization piece, and we’re also penpals! She likes kittehs. 

instillness:

A little drawing I did for Natasha Lillipore, who is the subject of my last Canonization piece, and we’re also penpals! She likes kittehs.