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newyorker:

What distinguishes a selfie from an artist’s self-portrait? Look through a selection of photographs: http://nyr.kr/1hzvpEZ
Above: Jun Ahn, “Self-Portrait” (2008)/Courtesy Christophe Guye Galerie, Zürich

newyorker:

What distinguishes a selfie from an artist’s self-portrait? Look through a selection of photographs: http://nyr.kr/1hzvpEZ

Above: Jun Ahn, “Self-Portrait” (2008)/Courtesy Christophe Guye Galerie, Zürich

(Source: newyorker.com)

5 months ago
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eataku:

Ever wonder how Japanese moms make those fun panda and seal faces on their kids’ bentos and rice balls?

With animal-shaped seaweed hole punchers!

6 months ago
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roachpatrol:

lemonpoopyseedmuffin:

What a lovely time to be in Chicago—

ok this is badass

roachpatrol:

lemonpoopyseedmuffin:

What a lovely time to be in Chicago—

ok this is badass

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7 months ago
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spx:

Ok everybody stand down. Thierry’s GOT this.reginasworld:

Le Bain Public by Thierry Martin

spx:

Ok everybody stand down. Thierry’s GOT this.

reginasworld:

Le Bain Public by Thierry Martin

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7 months ago
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npr:

Friends, we need your help.
Last week, Gregory Warner and David Kestenbaum reported on the afterlife of American clothes. Lots of t-shirts from used clothes bin in the U.S. eventually make their way to sub-Saharan Africa.
Including the one above. From Jennifer’s bat-mitzvah from November 20, 1993. We want to find Jennifer.
What we Know: Jennifer’s bat mitzvah was on November 20, 1993. The theme may have been cartoons. And there’s a nametag in the shirt labeled Rachel Williams.
That’s all we know. Which is where you come in.
Do you know Rachel? Do you know Jennifer? Help us solve the mystery. Please email us at planetmoney@npr.org, and put “that’s my shirt” in the subject line. And please share this as much as you can. It would be really awesome to find Jennifer and talk to her about her bat mitzvah t-shirt’s journey.

npr:

Friends, we need your help.

Last week, Gregory Warner and David Kestenbaum reported on the afterlife of American clothes. Lots of t-shirts from used clothes bin in the U.S. eventually make their way to sub-Saharan Africa.

Including the one above. From Jennifer’s bat-mitzvah from November 20, 1993. We want to find Jennifer.

What we Know: Jennifer’s bat mitzvah was on November 20, 1993. The theme may have been cartoons. And there’s a nametag in the shirt labeled Rachel Williams.

That’s all we know. Which is where you come in.

Do you know Rachel? Do you know Jennifer? Help us solve the mystery. Please email us at planetmoney@npr.org, and put “that’s my shirt” in the subject line. And please share this as much as you can. It would be really awesome to find Jennifer and talk to her about her bat mitzvah t-shirt’s journey.

8 months ago
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ghastderp:

i love sir patrick stewart more with each passing day.

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9 months ago
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modcloth:

You like your coffee black as ink, you say?

modcloth:

You like your coffee black as ink, you say?

6 months ago
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showslow:

Christophe Jacrot, Winter in Town (New York City).

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6 months ago
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choochoobear:

zohbugg:

myrtlemanor:

THIS WAS ACTUALLY REALLY GOOD CAN EVERY COMPETITION NUMBER BE LIKE THIS

HOLY SHIT. These kids got serious moves.

… I can’t open a cabinet door without slamming it into my head.  Anyone who can dance might as well be a wizard as far as I’m concerned.

Best thing I’ve watched today.

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7 months ago
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edwardspoonhands:

runa-lovegood:

me too, Hank.

I’m doing an AMA right now. JOIN US!

edwardspoonhands:

runa-lovegood:

me too, Hank.

I’m doing an AMA right now. JOIN US!

7 months ago
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