We find ourselves in an important epoch, in a fermentation, in which Spirit has...– Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, 1806 (via Arthur Danto, “The Work of Art and the Historical Future”)
They say teenagers laugh at the drop of a hat. Nowadays I see many teenagers sad...– yoko ono
Best Holiday Card Award goes to FACTORY PR
oncewheniwas: At Antenna we are very blessed to have so many kind friends in the industry who send us yummy treats, cool gifts and thoughtful cards but the winner this season goes to the hilarious team over at Factory PR. See for yourselves. Thank You Factory Friends. I know I speak for all of your pals at ANTENNA, we luvs yous.
Am I the only one who gets creeped out when people ask: “So, what do you do for fun?”
The first time cleveland security has seen two maxi dresses go through in a row. @hiimsarahkim #patdowns
RT @hiimsarahkim: We’re the loudest, wildest, indiest, most colorful, most alternative bunch in Cleveland (cont) http://tl.gd/7he8sg
thattypeofgirl: it’s called oak tag not poster board.
42 Hours in New Orleans →
notebooknumberfour: I love this city.
“People in school are like why are you so quiet, and I’m just like lol I hate everyone.”
so many things to love in one tiny story. hitrecordjoe: The ‘tiny stories’ collaboration that wirrow started last spring is far and away the most active collaboration in hitRECord’s five years. There’ve been thousands of contributions, and now we’ve compiled, curated, refined and remixed thirty-one gems into a beautiful work of tangible publishing — The Tiny Book of Tiny Stories. This short...
33 Hours in LA
notebooknumberfour: sometime between Portland and New Orleans we found ourselves in LA. we worked for the majority of those 33 hours but found about 45 minutes to put our feet in the sand. oh, yeah, photos by Tony Harmer aka number one stunter.
30 Hours in Portland compliments of Notebook... →
notebooknumberfour: Lots of Nom’ing happened as you can see.