And this delightful herb whose tender green
Fledges the river’s lip on which we lean.
René Bull, from Rubáiyát of Omar Khayyám, rendered in English by Edward FitzGerald, London, 1913.
We made it to 400 friends! To celebrate I’m gonna give away this hand screen printed copy of the NOM ep on vinyl (5 years old this year!) and sloppily customize it however you’d like. All you have to do is be following me and repost it with your customization suggestion and I’ll draw a name in a week (03/27/2014)
We don’t have a ton of active followers so your chances are pretttty good. ;)
rainbows everywhere plz
“I go by ‘Orange Man.’ Yes, the color is functional, but I also find it to be optimistic and inspirational. I want others to see me not for my own safety but for their inspiration. It worked on you!”
why didn’t I meet guys like this when I lived in Boston?
I crashed a bro party in Sacramento last weekend. I stayed long enough to have a frosty Coors. They began taunting each other about finding love at Faces, the local gay bar, and I bounced outta there real quick.
my year in california is coming to a close and i am so thankful for all of the experiences i have had. and the sunsets. dayum, the sunsets!
awkward teenage stance. buckingham palace, 2006.
montreal street artist roadsworth tries not only to beautify the urban landscape, often by incorporating existing street markings, but to also make a statement about the illusory urban disconnect from the natural environment. his (literal) street art is both a reclamation of a public space that as cyclists and pedestrians we are taught is dangerous, and a response to the primacy afforded to a car culture that largely dictates the planning of this public space. for his efforts, roadsworth was charged with 53 counts of mischief in 2004.
b.i.g. 4 eva, knee deep in the beat.