livelymorgue:

May 24, 1960: Sam Falk of The New York Times sought the perfect shot of an aquarium shark in a year when a Jersey Shore shark attack frightened the Metro area. The Times sought to set the record straight on Aug. 28: “Scientists point out there is less chance of a swimmer being attacked by a shark than struck by lightning.” And experts surmised that “there is no real increase, but merely more swimmers and sun bathers to report sighting of sharks” as well as “other large fish, which are often mistaken for sharks.” Photo: Sam Falk/The New York Times 
livelymorgue:

May 24, 1960: Sam Falk of The New York Times sought the perfect shot of an aquarium shark in a year when a Jersey Shore shark attack frightened the Metro area. The Times sought to set the record straight on Aug. 28: “Scientists point out there is less chance of a swimmer being attacked by a shark than struck by lightning.” And experts surmised that “there is no real increase, but merely more swimmers and sun bathers to report sighting of sharks” as well as “other large fish, which are often mistaken for sharks.” Photo: Sam Falk/The New York Times

livelymorgue:

May 24, 1960: Sam Falk of The New York Times sought the perfect shot of an aquarium shark in a year when a Jersey Shore shark attack frightened the Metro area. The Times sought to set the record straight on Aug. 28: “Scientists point out there is less chance of a swimmer being attacked by a shark than struck by lightning.” And experts surmised that “there is no real increase, but merely more swimmers and sun bathers to report sighting of sharks” as well as “other large fish, which are often mistaken for sharks.” Photo: Sam Falk/The New York Times

colourthysoul:

William Morris Hunt - Girl with Cat

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clockworkworlds:

So. I made a game for the Cyberpunk Game Jam!

It’s the first game I’ve ever completed, so I really would love if you’d check it out and let me know what you think. You can also rate it/vote for it in the game jam on the itch.io page.

It’s very hard not to write more about this thing I made. I think I will at least write about the making of it, soon. This is the first time I didn’t quite making a game from utter frustration.

OH, also, shout outs:

1. To Steve Kim, who came with me on this challenge, pushing himself to do a whole new style of art.

2. To Scott Hallam, who let me use some deep, secret cuts that he’d never published, but that I’d listened to during development and that I thought were a perfect fit.

3. To Leon Arnott, whose tips, tricks, CSS sheets, and macros over on on Glorious Trainwrecks were the technical lifeblood of this game.

And special thanks to go to Jack de Quidt, Janine Hawkins, and Colin Bayer for their creative, emotional, and technical support.

this is excellent, and 2 great dudes i know had to do with it, so.

svdp:

"Kesh Angels" by Hassan Hajjaj
Hajjaj photographs his friends who live in his neighborhood in Marrakesh and combines motorcycle culture with popular brands like Fanta and Nike, to introduce viewers to the less-familiar sight of Marrakesh bike culture.  svdp:

"Kesh Angels" by Hassan Hajjaj
Hajjaj photographs his friends who live in his neighborhood in Marrakesh and combines motorcycle culture with popular brands like Fanta and Nike, to introduce viewers to the less-familiar sight of Marrakesh bike culture.  svdp:

"Kesh Angels" by Hassan Hajjaj
Hajjaj photographs his friends who live in his neighborhood in Marrakesh and combines motorcycle culture with popular brands like Fanta and Nike, to introduce viewers to the less-familiar sight of Marrakesh bike culture.  svdp:

"Kesh Angels" by Hassan Hajjaj
Hajjaj photographs his friends who live in his neighborhood in Marrakesh and combines motorcycle culture with popular brands like Fanta and Nike, to introduce viewers to the less-familiar sight of Marrakesh bike culture.  svdp:

"Kesh Angels" by Hassan Hajjaj
Hajjaj photographs his friends who live in his neighborhood in Marrakesh and combines motorcycle culture with popular brands like Fanta and Nike, to introduce viewers to the less-familiar sight of Marrakesh bike culture. 

svdp:

"Kesh Angels" by Hassan Hajjaj

Hajjaj photographs his friends who live in his neighborhood in Marrakesh and combines motorcycle culture with popular brands like Fanta and Nike, to introduce viewers to the less-familiar sight of Marrakesh bike culture. 

Friendly reminder that you can buy sweets called “Ärsche mit Ohren” in germany, which is literally translated with “asses with ears”

(via badhouses)

annfriedman:

1991, 1994, 1997

missu summer annfriedman:

1991, 1994, 1997

missu summer annfriedman:

1991, 1994, 1997

missu summer

annfriedman:

1991, 1994, 1997

missu summer