2. broken zunes

  3. (Source: danegan, via popculturebrain)

  4. hifructosemag:

    With a focus on light and perspective, Olafur Eliasson’s installations have a transformative capacity that allows the viewer to experience the illusion of a supernatural environment. In an interstitial space of the Samsung Museum of Art in Seoul, Gravity Stairs is composed of glowing spheres which, attached to the ceiling and bathed in warm yellow light, resemble the sun. The otherworldly light and a mirror on the ceiling present an impression of floating through space and among celestial bodies. Read more on Hi-Fructose.

  5. wandrlust:

    Japanese Poster for F is for Fake (Orson Welles, 1973)

  6. wednesdaydreams:

    Countdown to HalloweenHausu (1977)

    She eats unmarried young girls. It is the only time she can wear her wedding gown.

    (via criterioncollection)

  7. doomandgloomfromthetomb:

    The Who - Who’s For Tennis

    Another one of those very fun Albums That Never Were things! I don’t think I’d ever heard of this possible Who album — the follow-up to the Who Sell Out. It’s packed with some of my fave Who deep cuts: “Glow Girl,” “Dogs,” “Little Billy” etc. Fantastic cover art, too.  

    (via aquariumdrunkard)

  8. jondaly:

    Birthday Boys are back y’all! Season 2!

  9. andreirobu:

    Designersgotoheaven.com - Amazing book carvings by Guy Laramée.