oh bb it’ll be ok, im here 4 u



only art students/art enthusiasts will get how cool this watch is

literally everyone knows who salvador dali is

(via alifeneeds-secret-plans)

Got mom set up with ProCreate on her iPad, and I gotta say, it’s really fun to watch up with her, as a more traditionally trained, pre-digital artist, work with these crazy advanced apps.


Vendorama Ballpoint Pen Vending Machine, 1950s. Via rmauctions

growth, decay, transformation 

growth, decay, transformation 

growth, decay, transformation 

growth, decay, transformation 

(via thebluthcompany)

On a happier, but semi-related note, here’s a View-Master Model F, one of the most exciting objects I’ve ever used in my life, designed by Charles Hanson, one of the most prominent (the only prominent?) African American industrial designers.

I haven’t really said much about Ferguson on here (or elsewhere) because I don’t really know what to say. I’m not a political person but I’m a nice person. It’s unfathomable to me how people can care so little for other people, how entire organizations can act in such a despicable, hateful way.

I feel so angry and sad and I even feel kind of shitty about feeling angry and sad because I’m white. I can’t imagine how infuriating it must be to deal with shit like this on a daily basis. If I got stopped every time I flew somewhere, like my Indian stepmom does, I feel certain I’d stop flying. If I were stopped every time I walked onto the street…fuck.

I’m going to end my rant here because Jon Stewart does it so much better.

Know of a sale? A special show? A monthly special? Introducing ephemeral tips in the all-new Foursquare.


Not all tips should last forever. Maybe your favorite vintage store is only running a sale for the week, or your neighborhood bar is featuring a local brewery until the end of the month. That’s why we’ve introduced ephemeral tips in the all-new Foursquare. It’s perfect for those timely bits of advice you’re dying to share about the places you love.


When leaving a tip in Foursquare, start typing and you’ll see a clock with the word “Forever” show up in the bottom left hand corner. Tap there and you’ll be asked for how long your tip is relevant. You can specify a set time period (like a week) or a specific date.


That means it’s even easier to share the best and most relevant tips for the moment in the all-new Foursquare.

I’ve posted about this a couple times but Foursquare has been doing really great stuff lately, and I love how thorough they are about sharing what they work on. This is how you make a good thing.