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2headedsnake:

Wild Woolly

2headedsnake:

Wild Woolly

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theepochisnow:

Check out Richard’s work if you haven’t! He’s our house photographer and oldest (heh…) friend of The Epoch! Also check out SHEA and fun:danger::danger:fun if you love small, well-crafted art books!

http://richardgin.org

richardgin:

For those of you who might not know, I’ve released two books of my photography:  SHEA and fun:danger::danger:fun

Both are available at my Etsy!

A brief description from the O.G. announcement: 

5 years of pictures from one of my favorite places in New York, Shea Stadium — in both its incarnations. Screaming; hollering; screamhollering. Bodies, oh God, the bodies — they are everywhere and they are all young and beautiful. The best friends you will ever have on the best night of your life. Handsome covers printed in glowing silver ink by my good friends at ACME Letterpress. 

Please consider ordering this if you owe me, in lieu of drinks.

Please consider ordering this for your nieces and nephews if you are afraid they will end up boring. 

Please consider ordering this if you are in it, because soon you will be burdened with responsibilities and a job and being in a smelly room on a Tuesday doesn’t sound as fun as a new episode of NCIS.

I love you all. 


Order:

First edition numbered and limited to 105 copies:

https://www.etsy.com/listing/176143045/shea

For those of you living in NYC I offer hand-delivery, so you can meet me and shake my hand, should you so desire!

poyzn:

Quick and simple lifehacks.

(via ad-hoc)

told-slant:

sharplessmusic:

(COME ON AND SLAM)
(AND LISTEN TO TOLD SLANT)

Photo by Julia LeibyBasketball and hoop by Sharpless?I love this 

told-slant:

sharplessmusic:

(COME ON AND SLAM)

(AND LISTEN TO TOLD SLANT)

Photo by Julia Leiby

Basketball and hoop by Sharpless?

I love this 

paperbeatsscissors:

the man.

love it.

paperbeatsscissors:

the man.

love it.

yeshecholwa:

Hirō Isono, The Mana Tree

yeshecholwa:

Hirō Isono, The Mana Tree

(Source: visualmelt.com, via naturalmentality)

"It is physically and emotionally draining to be called upon to prove that these systems of power exist. For many of us, just struggling against them is enough — now you want us to break them down for you? Imagine having weights tied to your feet and a gag around your mouth, and then being asked to explain why you think you are at an unfair disadvantage. Imagine watching a video where a young man promises to kill women who chose not to sleep with him and then being forced to engage with the idea that maybe you are just a hysterical feminist seeing misogyny where there is none. It is incredibly painful to feel that in order for you to care about my safety, I have to win this verbal contest you have constructed “for fun.”"

An open letter to privileged people who play devil’s advocate (via brutereason)

I can probably learn a lot from this.

(via brutereason)

rishu-jpn:

Brazilian police clash with indigenous groups protesting World Cup.

(via anarcho-queer)

theepochisnow:

As some of you may have heard, our good friend Emily Sprague was hit by a truck earlier this year and was seriously injured. In the months since she had been in a neck brace and a sling but she is healing day by day and, just this week, has been freed from the neck brace! 
Some of you may also remember the Song-a-day series from Florist (Emily, of course), eskimeaux, Japanese Breakfast, Frankie Cosmos and Small Wonder! Those are gathered here,
http://may5to12songs.tumblr.com/
But Emily has gone one step further and released those songs under the Florist moniker as an album - “6 Days of Songs,” for you to download!
LINKY -> http://florist.bandcamp.com/album/6-days-of-songs
We’re so happy that Emily’s voice is back in action and we hope you’ll check out “6 Days of Songs”!

theepochisnow:

As some of you may have heard, our good friend Emily Sprague was hit by a truck earlier this year and was seriously injured. In the months since she had been in a neck brace and a sling but she is healing day by day and, just this week, has been freed from the neck brace! 

Some of you may also remember the Song-a-day series from Florist (Emily, of course), eskimeaux, Japanese Breakfast, Frankie Cosmos and Small Wonder! Those are gathered here,

http://may5to12songs.tumblr.com/

But Emily has gone one step further and released those songs under the Florist moniker as an album - “6 Days of Songs,” for you to download!

LINKY -> http://florist.bandcamp.com/album/6-days-of-songs

We’re so happy that Emily’s voice is back in action and we hope you’ll check out “6 Days of Songs”!

(via told-slant)



Dark Forest Beauty

Marc Vermeulen

Dark Forest Beauty

(Source: crescendose, via wonderous-world)

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Art and science CAN work together #roomatemysteries

Art and science CAN work together #roomatemysteries

noahfrase:

Here’s a piece for the March/April issue of Planadviser. Thanks to AD SooJin Buzelli 

noahfrase:

Here’s a piece for the March/April issue of Planadviser. Thanks to AD SooJin Buzelli 

(via orano)

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yoursaretheonlyears:

never fear, never fear

by susannah cutler

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rotomangler:

republicanidiots:

ihateconservative:

the all-knowing libertarian eye

QUESTIONS
1,) Can Libertarians post one fucking thing without writing “Any Questions?”
2.)  The Walmart employees are going to spend that extra $36.15 billion buying school clothes, food and prescriptions.  What store do you think they’ll spend the money in?  
3.)  Do you think two million employees spending $36.15 billion at Walmart will help Walmart make a profit?

When did it become the job of the working class to give a shit what the annual profits of Walmart are? They are grown ups and will take care of themselves. That doesn’t change the fact that they pay poverty wages as one of the most profitable businesses in America.

rotomangler:

republicanidiots:

ihateconservative:

the all-knowing libertarian eye

QUESTIONS

1,) Can Libertarians post one fucking thing without writing “Any Questions?”

2.)  The Walmart employees are going to spend that extra $36.15 billion buying school clothes, food and prescriptions.  What store do you think they’ll spend the money in?  

3.)  Do you think two million employees spending $36.15 billion at Walmart will help Walmart make a profit?

When did it become the job of the working class to give a shit what the annual profits of Walmart are? They are grown ups and will take care of themselves. That doesn’t change the fact that they pay poverty wages as one of the most profitable businesses in
America.