(via Cinematographics: Movies on your walls)
Getting a wee bit tired of unoffensive architecture and safe, white walls. Live colorfully! And inspiringly.
(via Habitat 825 in Los Angeles by LOHA Architects | SwipeLife)
With freezing hands and an adventurous spirit, watch Wild Nothing perform a stripped-down version of its song “This Chain Won’t Break” on the side of the Mount San Jacinto peak near Palm Springs, Calif.
(Filmed with KCRW.)
»Flashback. I went to camp there when I was 12 years old. It’s a beautiful area.
A New Rope?
(Source: thejitteryknitter, via thoughthestarswalkbackward)
After wandering around a comic-con-vention (that isn’t Dragon*con) for a couple days, I was curious about how many Daft Punk helmets are out there, and there are a few. Here is a pretty good one, and it looks like it took some time to put together. Would someone please give this guy a ride? He spent 17 months making that helmet, according to the post from July 2010. He’s probably out there now, still thumbing fruitlessly by the Majestic diner, hoping that one of these days he’ll get lucky.
(via Jorymon Techblog)
Looks to be a very Eye-catching addition. And if they build it, I’ll be sure to file an Eye report. (It’s going to be called Sky View or something like that.)
Atlanta council approves 20-story Ferris wheel
If you can stomach the whole beer snobbery thing, you may find that there are some thought-provoking points here, particularly in regards to diversity of opinion and of brew. And, this piece has even managed to stir up some racist comments.
(via 15 Things Craft Beer Fans Think (But Nobody Says) | FirstWeFeast.com)
This is glorious. #TheThingsIFindOnline #CatBeards
Speaking of Yahoos … if I ever should find myself wandering in Valencia, I will be sure to visit Parque Gulliver and slide down the giant metal coat. (via Playground Avant-garde)