ok basically i’m done with tumblr ok bye love you all thank you for the hours wasted and i mean that in a genuine way but i need to not do this all of the time ya hear?
i’m not deleting or nothin like that
changing my password to a lot of gibberish (so this is undoable ya know?)
and logging out
but that won’t be until later tonight probably
this is my most favorite picture ever
this is flawless
i love a man with a massive, strong, impressive, throbbing vocabulary
found a folder of unflattering photos of sam and i at drumline here we go
fifth one down is my favorite
Mikko Kuorinki, Wall Piece with 200 Letters, 2010-2011.
Maybe this is what I need to do.
that makes sense. even Whitney Houston lip synched the national anthem at the superbowl that famous, iconic time. and that doesn’t take away from that fact that it was a great performance.
and i mean, love her or hate her, common sense should tell folks that freezing-ass weather and a singer’s vocal cords are not gonna be best friends for any reason whatsoever.
white folk love hypin shit up. like…so what? she still ‘performed’…
the only reason why i have little to no sympathy is because i have marched and played a drum in very cold weather and if there is one thing that hands do not like it is cold weather and cold sticks.
Not only do you get to choose the date (and change it if necessary) but for $15.00 per month you get to choose any combination of 30 tampons, pads, and panty liners (choose from Kotex, Playtex, and Tampax). The box will also include chocolate and a gift that will vary from month to month.
It’s like the girlfriend I’ve never had in a box!
I like this.
It’s like someone cares I’m bleeding to death.
They give you chocolate too?????
This is so beautiful!
Are you fucking kidding me.
OH MY GOD.
OH MY GOD WHY ISN’T THIS LINK GIVEN TO EVERY WOMAN EVER THE MOMENT SHE HITS PUBERTY.
IT SHOULD BE NOW.
OH MY GOD WHERE THE FUCK DO I SIGN UP FOR THIS.
Gregg Kulick, whose cover designs for our Penguin Civic Classics series are now on t-shirts, was interviewed about his manifold inspirations in creating the series look, which range from punk album art to early American agitprop pieces:
Huffington Post: What inspires your design?
Gregg Kulick: Peter Saville has always been a big influence. It’s not a completely straight forward influence as far as imagery goes but I think that a lot of what he did was draw from little pieces of the past and bring it to the present to make it feel modern. All his Factory Records work, anything for New Order and Joy Division, the posters and album covers, there is an elegance to those pieces that is hard to grasp in a way. You look at them on the surface and then look at them for awhile and realize the way imagery and type are so well put together, so dynamic.
For Penguin Civic Classics, it was also about digging back and looking at what was around from these specific historic times. Posters from the Civil War are incredible; the typography used, obviously, the Declaration of Independence itself. The “Join, or Die” snake was designed by Ben Franklin, which goes to show how talented he was. It appeared about 20 years before the revolution but it was in a newspaper that he printed and he’s credited as the designer for it.
The full interview can be read here. More images (like the ones above) are in a slideshow they put together with materials Gregg sent over.