via I Love Charts
via The Sartorialist
This is a pretty sick look this lady has going on. The photo is great because you can’t see anything identifiable about her, but you can see what kinds of brands she likes. Maybe this is something Robin Kelsey would say is a commentary of consumerism and how it de-individuates individuals, removing them of their uniqueness.
With the kind of bullshit I sling, I can’t even believe I only got a B+ in that class.
via Yanko Design
"CubeBrowser is a six-sided digital, display cube that connects to online databases like Flickr.com. You’re able to move through thousands of image-sets by turning and shaking the small cube in space. The pictures are grouped by tags. Horizontal turns change images, while vertical turns change to other tag sets. CubeBrowser unfolds an awe-inspiring trip through the hidden realms of online databases and provides a unique way of navigating by tag associations."
I’m not sure exactly what it is about this picture, but I really am sorta transfixed by it. It’s a picture of a shuttle launch from Cape Canaveral. Yet, it looks like so much more than that.
To me, I’m seeing what looks like a transcendence to another place. The super ‘common’ background at the bottom of the photo and the seemingly surreal at the top of the photo, with the direction going upward. It looks heavenly, honestly. And it also looks phallic to me, like Mother Earth is penetrating the sky. A notion that completely flips the sexual role of the two entities. Yet, my favorite idea of what this is is actually an enlarged version of what fertilization looks like. And that makes me laugh. Ha!