Chairlift // Amanaemonesia (via Dani)
untitled skull // Jean-Michel Basquiat
for your monday morning: the most lovable music video of 2013. Plastic Ono Band’s “Bad Dancer.” via
yikes! only 4 of 28 #weeklychin picks have been by women. didn’t mean to be a VIDA villain. currently recommending the beautiful and strange stories in THE ISLE OF YOUTH by Laura van den Berg. #fridayreads
#boy #devil #grin (at The Drink)
via NPR: Rather Than Joking About Justin Bieber, Watch This Video
“Landscape with Mountain,” a hand-embroidered photograph by Julie Cockburn, whose work is on view this month at Yossi Milo Gallery, in New York City.
glasserie. file under things worth the hype and arctic walk from g train. (at Glasserie)
Sun Kil Moon // Richard Ramirez Died Today Of Natural Causes (testing out new record Benji via Grantland)
biggy // warpaint
— J.M. Coetzee // Disgrace
Taken from Henrik Olesen’s Some Illustrations to the Life of Alan Turing, 2008
Alan Turing is credited with both breaking Germany`s World War II Enigma code and developing the first modern computer. He was also gay; charged as such under British law, he chose to accept state-administered “corrective” hormone therapy over incarceration. A few years after his trial, Turing, biting into a cyanide-coated apple, committed suicide - Mutual Art
"Two weeks ago he was in a classroom explaining to the bored youth of the country the distinction between drink and drink up, burned and burnt. The perfective, signifying an action carried through to its conclusion." late #weeklychin for J.M. Coetzee’s DISGRACE. the sweater (originally B’s) is wool and holey and utterly perfect.