Descartes

Descartes

Posted Tuesday, July 22nd, at 12:31 PM (∞). Available in higher resolution.
Minsk.

Minsk.

Posted Tuesday, July 22nd, at 10:44 AM (∞). Available in higher resolution.
Kavan Cardoza on Juxtapoz

Kavan Cardoza on Juxtapoz

Posted Monday, July 14th, at 1:55 PM (∞). Available in higher resolution.

untitled-boy:

Game of Thrones deaths in 8-bits

Found via nabokovsshadows. Posted Friday, July 4th, at 2:08 PM (∞).

art in motion. love these bikes. beautiful to look at and make me want to know how they ride.

in order:

Hazan Motorworks - Royal Enfield

Hageman / Doc’s Chops - Yamaha / Honda

Posted Wednesday, July 2nd, at 11:28 AM (∞).
nevver:

Seizure of indigenous land, 1776-1887

all thanks to a little thing called ‘manifest destiny.’the irony of our country’s concern about controlling our borders is always a little astonishing to me…we’ve got pretty great historical amnesia.why not focus on incentivizing citizenship, as opposed to trying to physically block people from getting in to our country? who are the real immigrants? why are our social security cards made out of something only slightly more resilient than single-ply toilet paper; when every grocery store’s membership cards are industrial grade plastic(creddit)? we’re all humans. I think most people understand racism is neither a social norm, nor an acceptable  basis for policy. where should we draw lines? it’s only geography and government. live here? pay our taxes and be a citizen that embraces our culture(and, language would be nice)…but, that should be about it.*rant over!*  :]

nevver:

Seizure of indigenous land, 1776-1887

all thanks to a little thing called ‘manifest destiny.’

the irony of our country’s concern about controlling our borders is always a little astonishing to me…we’ve got pretty great historical amnesia.

why not focus on incentivizing citizenship, as opposed to trying to physically block people from getting in to our country? who are the real immigrants? why are our social security cards made out of something only slightly more resilient than single-ply toilet paper; when every grocery store’s membership cards are industrial grade plastic(creddit)? we’re all humans. I think most people understand racism is neither a social norm, nor an acceptable basis for policy. where should we draw lines? it’s only geography and government. live here? pay our taxes and be a citizen that embraces our culture(and, language would be nice)…but, that should be about it.

*rant over!* :]

Found via nevver. Posted Tuesday, July 1st, at 9:42 PM (∞).

Resource Furniture.

so awesome… everything should be multipurpose.

great example of the collective paradigm shift of resource conservation, of this generation; the confluence of technology, design minimalism and conservation.

(Source: youtube.com)

Posted Sunday, June 29th, at 9:47 PM (∞).

nevver:

Particle systems, Nicholas Taylor

Found via nevver. Posted Sunday, June 29th, at 7:31 PM (∞).

Digital Ethereal—The secret body of wireless

visualized wifi networks.

pretty rad.

…we see such a limited spectrum. understanding our innately subjective perspective on reality is the first step toward understanding reality, objectively.

Posted Friday, June 27th, at 11:18 AM (∞).

leovaldezisnotonfire:

officialfrenchtoast:

quads-for-the-gods:

bottlesofnerdfightingelephants:

damnoosa:

nessthebeautifulmess:

Powerful & creative imagery

the food and education made me sad.

I have always been fascinated by these ‘world of 100 people’ things, I remember spending hours thinking through the ones on a poster at church when I was 9 or so. It really, really makes some really important stuff so blindingly clear, in numbers we can understand. And it should, I hope it does, inspire us to act. 

Amazing post.

i hope im one of the 7 people with a computer

there’s more women then men yet we are still oppressed

…I’m not sure where they got their data but, I like the visualization.

(Source: iraffiruse)

Found via chicleeblair. Posted Thursday, June 26th, at 12:20 AM (∞).