Vinyl Queue Eight

foxmouth:

2010-2012 | by Berber Theunissen
kylejthompson:

I’ve got a few preview copies of my book before the whole shipment is sent.  Here’s an example spread.  The book is really big (11x13 inches), looks great in person.  You can still preorder it here if you’re interested:http://shop.kylethompsonphotography.com

kylejthompson:

I’ve got a few preview copies of my book before the whole shipment is sent.  Here’s an example spread.  The book is really big (11x13 inches), looks great in person.  You can still preorder it here if you’re interested:
http://shop.kylethompsonphotography.com

(Source: koleole2, via 111191)

beerburritowhiskey:

20th-century-man:

The Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco / open to pedestrian traffic only, during its opening in May 1937 (top) and on its 50th anniversary in May 1987 (bottom).

In 1987, the weight of the 300,000 people that crossed the bridge caused it to sag by 5 feet.

My dad and I were watching it live on TV and he had to assure me that the bridge wouldn’t break or collapse. 

(via npr)

magnificentruin:

I will not apologize for my tone tonight

magnificentruin:

I will not apologize for my tone tonight

newyorker:

In this week’s issue, Burkhard Bilger writes about the ongoing effort to explore what may be the deepest cave in the world, located in Mexico—“a kind of Everest expedition turned upside down”: http://nyr.kr/1iNcr8B
In this video, the cavers scale slippery walls, swim through frigid water, and make camp in a cloud forest, as Bilger narrates: http://nyr.kr/1eAO5n2
Photograph by Marcin Gala.

newyorker:

In this week’s issue, Burkhard Bilger writes about the ongoing effort to explore what may be the deepest cave in the world, located in Mexico—“a kind of Everest expedition turned upside down”: http://nyr.kr/1iNcr8B

In this video, the cavers scale slippery walls, swim through frigid water, and make camp in a cloud forest, as Bilger narrates: http://nyr.kr/1eAO5n2

Photograph by Marcin Gala.

(Source: newyorker.com)

art-of-swords:

Serbian Nozh Dagger

  • Dated: first half of the 19th century
  • Measurements: overall length 32.5 cm

With fine, intricately filigreed silver hilt of cylindrical form, the dagger is set with multiple corals on each surface. It has a straight, single-edged blade with profiling and fuller along the spine, with long clipped tip struck with stars and crescents. In its embossed in its silver scabbard with bead finial

Source: Copyright © 2014 iCollector

fractalized:

Photo by Liza Faktor. Dudinka, Taimyr Peninsula (2001)  From the series Siberian Surfaces. Faktor headed to Siberia to explore the gulf between perceptions and reality about the region known as Russia’s wild west. “The huge mysterious territory of Siberia has been misunderstood not only by foreigners, but by people living in central Russia as well who still imagine bears wandering the streets and associate this place with exile and inhuman behaviour,”  [read more] 

fractalized:

Photo by Liza Faktor. Dudinka, Taimyr Peninsula (2001)  From the series Siberian Surfaces

Faktor headed to Siberia to explore the gulf between perceptions and reality about the region known as Russia’s wild west. “The huge mysterious territory of Siberia has been misunderstood not only by foreigners, but by people living in central Russia as well who still imagine bears wandering the streets and associate this place with exile and inhuman behaviour,”  [read more

rwtsb:

Lady Of The Night. 

(Source: towfriendscaps)

foxmouth:

Processes, 2014 | by Steve Kim