"Migratory Soul" by Josh Keyes
Hulk terrified. Hulk pee self little bit.
Well, that’s just fucking depressing.
Seeing/reading shit like this is why I was vegan for seven years, the bullshit of chia acai kale smoothies be damned.
Our connecting flight to Amsterdam leaves in about 7 hours.
We may not be on it.
Thank you, cascading airline delays.
Thank you, March snowstorm.
Thank you, neverending winter from hell.
So how’s your week going?
This is the best photograph I’ve ever seen in my entire life.
Greenwich Village, New York City, 1985
Local man murders weather, kills self.
Poor Mei, poor me.
Today is a blast!
Really looking forward to the project calls today.
de Young Museum, Golden Gate Park by Michael Layefsky on Flickr.
From the ground, the de Young is gorgeous, and especially up close, the way light and shadow play off the perforated copper cladding. I really love it.
And yet, in this photo, from a distance up in the sky, it just looks like a dumb factory.
It makes me think a lot about intent. Just who is an architect trying to impress? For a lot of big fancy buildings, the intent seems to be to look great in photographs. The de Young, though, I feel comfortable saying, was designed to impress people close enough to touch.
Tristan Eaton — “Heroes Are Villains”