To show off your good taste.

To show off your good taste.

What I imagine to be an uncommissioned portrait.

What I imagine to be an uncommissioned portrait.

theparisreview:

“It was the moment that the man who sang ‘My Way’ realized that pride and love and pain all come in subtler forms and shades.”
Read more from Matt Domino on Frank Sinatra’s album Watertown here.

I’d never really listened to much Sinatra (or liked his music, honestly) but this article made me want to listen to Watertown. And I like it.
Read the article, listen to the album. 

theparisreview:

“It was the moment that the man who sang ‘My Way’ realized that pride and love and pain all come in subtler forms and shades.”

Read more from Matt Domino on Frank Sinatra’s album Watertown here.

I’d never really listened to much Sinatra (or liked his music, honestly) but this article made me want to listen to Watertown. And I like it.

Read the article, listen to the album

wired:

fastcodesign:

Check out this feature of French graphic designer Jean Jullien’s newest work in An Illustrated Guide To Our Maddening Relationship With Tech

You can see more of Jullien’s current show Allo? here.

This is pretty much amazing.

Oh, why do I use my phone for an alarm clock?

(Source: fastcodesign)

fariedesign:


“Putting your dreams on hold and doing whatever it takes to pay the rent?”


For most people, that’s less a question than it is a statement.

fariedesign:

“Putting your dreams on hold and doing whatever it takes to pay the rent?”

For most people, that’s less a question than it is a statement.

(Source: fariedesign)

oldbookillustrations:

Winds! are they winds? - Or myriad ghosts, that shriek?…
From Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne, Boston, 1882.
(Source: archive.org)

"You don’t like the lighthouse, you suck."

oldbookillustrations:

Winds! are they winds? - Or myriad ghosts, that shriek?…

From Poems of Paul Hamilton Hayne, Boston, 1882.

(Source: archive.org)


"You don’t like the lighthouse, you suck."

Tags: art coastal

One of the Two Flags by Jasper Johns.1959.

One of the Two Flags by Jasper Johns.
1959.