Neko

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In the spring I'll dust off my lute,
stuff my suitcase full of blues.
And I'll stir the dust underneath
the thrust of my clicking heels,
c'est la vie.
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humansofnewyork:

"I found a ladybug, a beetle, and a little tiny bug that I don’t know.""So what advice would you give to other bug collectors?""You have to be really focused and find a rock that is big but not too big and you lift it up and if there’s not any bugs you put it back down. But if there is a bug and you like it, you put it in your bug jar. But if you don’t like it you put it back and put the rock back down."

humansofnewyork:

"I found a ladybug, a beetle, and a little tiny bug that I don’t know."
"So what advice would you give to other bug collectors?"
"You have to be really focused and find a rock that is big but not too big and you lift it up and if there’s not any bugs you put it back down. But if there is a bug and you like it, you put it in your bug jar. But if you don’t like it you put it back and put the rock back down."

fer1972:

The New Inspiration Pad by Marc Thomasset


Pamela Colman Smith

Pamela Colman Smith

vintagebooksdesign:

VINTAGE MAGIC

With hand-drawn typography influenced by a series of 1960’s John O’Hara novels, the Vintage design team has conjured up this playful new series.

By collecting all nine you can reveal the classic poster on the reverse. (see the magic happen on our Facebook page!)

The poster was supplied by the Science and Society Picture Library. It dates from 1910 and was a stock magic poster used by smaller acts where performance names could simply be inserted into a strip at the top of the image, which would explain why so many different types of magic acts are represented.

To be published October 2014 by Vintage.

cluelessakemi:

After the shower.  Oil on linen.  An experiment in how many water drops I could paint before I went insane. (i lost count)

cluelessakemi:

After the shower.  Oil on linen.  An experiment in how many water drops I could paint before I went insane. (i lost count)


Four women, Atlantic City, c. 1960s, by John W. Mosley (via)

Four women, Atlantic City, c. 1960s, by John W. Mosley (via)

It is raining today
in the mountains.

It is a warm green rain
with love
in its pockets
for spring is here,
and does not dream
of death.

— Richard Brautigan, from “The Return of the Rivers” (via litverve)