wallowing in the world wide refuse

 

NYC staycation agenda

Saturday
- minor work to finish up in morning
- find passingly semi-palatable swimwear garment at neighborhood ghetto fat girl discount clothing hawker
- go to Mini-fridge performance at under st marks theatre and drink beer

Sun
- veg
- read
- shave
- laundry

Mon
- Work in morning
- TBD

Tues
- great jones spa, water lounge and 60 min hot stone massage

Wed
- See Abraham Lincoln Vampire Hunter
- cook dinner and watch fireworks on tv

Thurs
- Kykuit, Rockefeller Mansion

Fri
- Russian and Turkish baths on 10th street
- Dinner at Le Affaire w burlesque show

Sat
- brunch and insults with Ramon

Sun
- pre-reads for new project

savvy-drugs:

Drunk octopus wants to fight you. #sxsw #atx #beautyballroom #blogworthy (Taken with instagram)

savvy-drugs:

Drunk octopus wants to fight you. #sxsw #atx #beautyballroom #blogworthy (Taken with instagram)

wellthatsadorable:

vanityfair:

Oh my God.
Downton Abbey as Dogs, where have you been all our lives?


Downton Abbey dogs, you’re all I have been waiting for and I didn’t even know it.

wellthatsadorable:

vanityfair:

Oh my God.

Downton Abbey as Dogs, where have you been all our lives?

Downton Abbey dogs, you’re all I have been waiting for and I didn’t even know it.

burnedshoes:

© Marc Riboud, 1953, The Painter of the Eiffel Tower, Paris
“I walked up the tower, maybe one hour of walking. Some people ask me, “Did you ask the painter for permission?” I said, “My goodness, no. To talk with them was to risk slipping and falling down.” I’ve always been shy and I’ve always been trying to ignore the people I was photographing, so that they ignore me. I’m trying always to take a better picture than the one before but I was not sure of this one. I didn’t think after I shot the picture that I shot something interesting. I learned from Cartier-Bresson what’s called “geometry in photography.”  It’s not dependent on what you’d call a good photograph, but good geometry.” (Marc Riboud)
Read an interesting interview with Marc Riboud from 1987 here.
Contact Sheet: (source)

» find more of Magnum Photos here «

burnedshoes:

© Marc Riboud, 1953, The Painter of the Eiffel Tower, Paris

“I walked up the tower, maybe one hour of walking. Some people ask me, “Did you ask the painter for permission?” I said, “My goodness, no. To talk with them was to risk slipping and falling down.” I’ve always been shy and I’ve always been trying to ignore the people I was photographing, so that they ignore me. I’m trying always to take a better picture than the one before but I was not sure of this one. I didn’t think after I shot the picture that I shot something interesting. I learned from Cartier-Bresson what’s called “geometry in photography.” It’s not dependent on what you’d call a good photograph, but good geometry.” (Marc Riboud)

Read an interesting interview with Marc Riboud from 1987 here.

Contact Sheet: (source)

» find more of Magnum Photos here «

(Source: burnedshoes)

axemansjazz:

Gary Numan - Down in the Park (from Urgh! A Music War).

I saw this movie every time it played at our local arthouse theater in the 80s. This was basically the audio/visual equivalent of reading William Gibson for the first time.


Kinda provokes a Gernsback Continuum moment for me, personally.

(Source: youtube.com)