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cavetocanvas:

Skyscrapers III - Josef Albers, 1927

I’d never seen this one before: behold the beauty of the internet.

cavetocanvas:

Skyscrapers III - Josef Albers, 1927

I’d never seen this one before: behold the beauty of the internet.

mindoftheunkind:

africant:

Don’t be scared. We represent someone who can help you. Someone who can make all your dreams come true.

Financial Aid Office

I will never make a trip to Financial Aid without hearing “Poor Unfortunate Souls” in the back of my head.

mindoftheunkind:

africant:

Don’t be scared. We represent someone who can help you. Someone who can make all your dreams come true.

Financial Aid Office

I will never make a trip to Financial Aid without hearing “Poor Unfortunate Souls” in the back of my head.

All I knew about the word “cyberspace” when I coined it, was that it seemed like an effective buzzword. It seemed evocative and essentially meaningless. It was suggestive of something, but had no real semantic meaning, even for me, as I saw it emerge on the page.

120memories:

The Pogues w/ Kristy MacColl “Fairytale of New York” video featured on 120 Minutes, 1988

It was Christmas eve babe, in the drunk tank

whitneymuseum:

OPEN TODAY! Edward Steichen in the 1920s and 1930s: A Recent Acquisition features more than forty celebrity portraits and fashion photographs taken for Vanity Fair and Vogue, shots for advertising campaigns, and images that reflect Steichen’s interest in the natural world.
Edward Steichen (1879–1973), Paul Robeson (as Brutus Jones in The Emperor Jones, for Vanity Fair), 1933. Gelatin silver print, mounted on board, 9 15/16 × 8in. (25.2 × 20.3 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art; gift of Richard and Jackie Hollander in memory of Ellyn Hollander 2012.240

What a beautiful photograph.

whitneymuseum:

OPEN TODAY! Edward Steichen in the 1920s and 1930s: A Recent Acquisition features more than forty celebrity portraits and fashion photographs taken for Vanity Fair and Vogue, shots for advertising campaigns, and images that reflect Steichen’s interest in the natural world.

Edward Steichen (1879–1973), Paul Robeson (as Brutus Jones in The Emperor Jones, for Vanity Fair), 1933. Gelatin silver print, mounted on board, 9 15/16 × 8in. (25.2 × 20.3 cm). Whitney Museum of American Art; gift of Richard and Jackie Hollander in memory of Ellyn Hollander 2012.240

What a beautiful photograph.

photoshopwilwheaton:

Resistance is Wheaton!!!

I’m understand when Wesley might have been assimilated by the Borg, it’s when he became a Bolian that terrifies me.

photoshopwilwheaton:

Resistance is Wheaton!!!

I’m understand when Wesley might have been assimilated by the Borg, it’s when he became a Bolian that terrifies me.