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Oct 8
What represents New Jersey more than a velvet beach ball?

What represents New Jersey more than a velvet beach ball?


Immature Amanita Muscaria at the base of a Fir

Immature Amanita Muscaria at the base of a Fir


King Harvest

King Harvest


Oct 5

Toots and the Maytals - Take Me Home Country Roads


Oct 4
literallyunbelievable:

He isn’t God


So if he isn’t God there is no God because God is in all things. He does not have hubris, does he? I mean, he’s a gorilla in a zoo. Maybe it’s God trying to prove it’s own existence.

literallyunbelievable:

He isn’t God

So if he isn’t God there is no God because God is in all things. He does not have hubris, does he? I mean, he’s a gorilla in a zoo. Maybe it’s God trying to prove it’s own existence.

(via deepseaian)


Sep 27
Shut UP, car!

Shut UP, car!


Sep 24
Phil “Spectre”
From wall of sound to just wall

Phil “Spectre”

From wall of sound to just wall


Sep 23
design-is-fine:

Georges Massiot, advertising poster for Sandeman, 1928. Paris.

Character being their finest everyday product.

design-is-fine:

Georges Massiot, advertising poster for Sandeman, 1928. Paris.

Character being their finest everyday product.

(via fugaciousephemera)


walkerartcenter:

The fact of choosing, of selecting, and deciding on one, was the result of being very careful about not using my sense of beauty or my belief in some aesthetics of some kind. In other words, finding some object of complete indifference, as far as aesthetics are concerned. And that indifference is very difficult, because there is always some detail in any object that will attract you, aesthetically. Meaning that you will find it beautiful, or even ugly. —Marcel Duchamp, talking to Martin Friedman, Walker Art Center director (1961-1990), about the readymade. 

And yet there’s an aesthetic elegance to that bicycle wheel, in its pristine glistening and emulation of forms in nature - it’s not indifferent in it’s everyday form. HOWEVER I get and and I trust Duchamp.

walkerartcenter:

The fact of choosing, of selecting, and deciding on one, was the result of being very careful about not using my sense of beauty or my belief in some aesthetics of some kind. In other words, finding some object of complete indifference, as far as aesthetics are concerned. And that indifference is very difficult, because there is always some detail in any object that will attract you, aesthetically. Meaning that you will find it beautiful, or even ugly. —Marcel Duchamp, talking to Martin Friedman, Walker Art Center director (1961-1990), about the readymade. 

And yet there’s an aesthetic elegance to that bicycle wheel, in its pristine glistening and emulation of forms in nature - it’s not indifferent in it’s everyday form. HOWEVER I get and and I trust Duchamp.

(via photobigbang)


Sep 22
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S K Y (at Marlton Recreation Park)

S K Y (at Marlton Recreation Park)


Sep 19
Trio of wallpapers at the Inn at Sugar Hill, May’s Landing New Jersey at the gathering following the funeral for Marvin Witmer

Trio of wallpapers at the Inn at Sugar Hill, May’s Landing New Jersey at the gathering following the funeral for Marvin Witmer


Joke of the day.

An Englishman, a Frenchman, a Spaniard and a German are all standing watching a street performer do some excellent juggling. The juggler notices that the four gentlemen have a very poor view, so he stands up on a large wooden box and calls out, “Can you all see me now?”

“Yes.”
“Oui.”
“Sí.”
“Ja.”

(via joost5)


leradr:

Tuva Shaman


Johnny Depp

leradr:

Tuva Shaman

Johnny Depp

(via cyclopat)


Sep 12
I guess the Marlin clean their teeth with it first and then grind it and fry it

I guess the Marlin clean their teeth with it first and then grind it and fry it