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lisahanawalt:

ORIGINAL ART FOR SALE

There are all kinds of goodies available now that The Beguiling is representing sales of some of my originals. Check it out!

UPDATE: The Beguiling website is having some technical issues, so if you’re having trouble, just send a message to mail@beguiling.com and tell them which pieces you’d like to purchase.

And if originals aren’t your thing, I have some new prints available from InPrnt!

I picked up a copy of Lisa Hanawalt’s My Dirty Dumb Eyes last week. It’s so weird and funny and great. If you love it too, we’ll probably be friends.

abbyjean:

Kurt Braunohler hires man in plane to write stupid things in the sky - Salon

Kurt, as always, is the best.

abbyjean:

Kurt Braunohler hires man in plane to write stupid things in the sky - Salon

Kurt, as always, is the best.

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largeheartedboy:

The Unsacred Hearts cover The Ramones’ “Judy Is a Punk”

very serious business

doree:

I do not have a tattoo but I am excited for this!

I DO have a tattoo (four of them) and I am excited for this!

doree:

I do not have a tattoo but I am excited for this!

I DO have a tattoo (four of them) and I am excited for this!

theparisreview:

In addition to bringing the world the glory that is the Weird Book Room (plus, of course, the main site itself), AbeBooks curates a gallery of bookstore cats from all over North America. (We imagine international felines are welcome; the current batch just happens to hail from the U. S. and Canada. Certainly the resident orange cat at Paris’s Tea and Tattered Pages is a notable omission!) While a number of the kitties on display have literary names, Booker Fox, of the Book Nook in Mexico, Missouri, seems to be the only one with her own Facebook page, on which she gives literary recommendations. (The Street of the Fishing Cat was a recent pick.)

Perhaps the most important thing on the internet today.

theparisreview:

In addition to bringing the world the glory that is the Weird Book Room (plus, of course, the main site itself), AbeBooks curates a gallery of bookstore cats from all over North America. (We imagine international felines are welcome; the current batch just happens to hail from the U. S. and Canada. Certainly the resident orange cat at Paris’s Tea and Tattered Pages is a notable omission!) While a number of the kitties on display have literary names, Booker Fox, of the Book Nook in Mexico, Missouri, seems to be the only one with her own Facebook page, on which she gives literary recommendations. (The Street of the Fishing Cat was a recent pick.)

Perhaps the most important thing on the internet today.

futurejournalismproject:

Moleskins and Stop Motion Are Just a Few of Our Favorite Things

Created by Rogier Wieland for Moleskin using 382 notebooks, his cat and a mouse borrowed from a pet shop.

The making of video can be viewed here.

H/T: Colossal

I only ever use cheapo notebooks but this is cheerful and lovely and exactly the sort of thing I needed to watch today.

a grammar: So a feature I wrote for New York mag — on Grizzly Bear, making a...

agrammar:

So a feature I wrote for New York mag — on Grizzly Bear, making a living as an musician, and what “big” means — is on this week’s cover: you can read it here.

The magazine’s really punched up the money issue, especially in the print edition (the cover itself is sort of alarming), but I do want…

I just read Nitsuh’s piece on my way to work this morning. If you are a music fan of any sort, you should read it too.