1. bemoretea:

    Inspiring individuality #BeMoreTea

    "Why Fit In when you were born to Stand Out?” ~ Dr. Seuss

     
  2. aleyma:

    Dragonfly helmet, made in Japan in the 17th century (source).

    High-ranking lords began to embellish their helmets with sculptural forms so that they could be visually located on the battlefield. Exotic helmets (kawari kabuto) also allowed leaders to choose symbolic motifs for their helmets that reflected some aspect of their personality or that of their collective battalions. This helmet is shaped like a giant dragonfly. In Japan, the dragonfly is symbolic of focused endeavor and vigilance because of its manner of moving up, down and sideways while continuing to face forward. In addition, in ancient texts Japan was often referred to as Akitsushima (Land of the Dragonflies), because of their abundance. They were also thought to be the spirits of rice, since they are often to be found hovering above the flooded rice fields. - from the Minneapolis Institute of Arts description

    Kurasowa time?

     
  3. motherboardtv:

    The Path to Community Broadband Runs Through an Army of Telecom Lawyers

    ~ The Internet is a Public Utility and should be Developed as such and Remain as one…

     
  4. elizabethbaddeley:

    Finally had a chance to put together all the hand lettered section intros I did for A Woman in the House. My editor had the idea to do each section in a style that reflected the era covered in that section. I thought it was a great, albeit challenging, idea and ran with it. Still can’t believe they let me put Back to the Future-style 1980’s lettering over Supreme Court Justices! 

    It’s a Woman’s World After All!

    (Source: ebaddeley.com)

     
  5. aleyma:

    Rauh’s Standard Bathing Shoes, Pair of woman’s bathing shoes, c.1910 (source).

    ~ Beachy ~

     
  6. "A ClockWork Orange"

    Wherein Stanley Kubrick explores the nexus of Sex and Violence in Modern Society and comes up with something to disturb everyone…

     
  7. Music, like all art, is the search for beauty and truth… Flowers, like all of nature, hold them both…

     
  8. ~ Monk lays it down ~

     
  9. psychedelic-sixties:

    Light Show - Monterey Pop Festival (1967)

    Liquid Lights… Amoeba Lights… Psychedelic…

     
  10. tarkovskologist:

    "You go to Italy and you look at Michelangelo’s work, and there are people saying, ‘Come on, let’s go, I can’t stand it.’ [Laughs.]  And it doesn’t lessen the achievement of what he has done. It just says that everyone is not going to be enamored of your particular art, and I don’t think that’s an unhealthy thing. But American society says, ‘Wait a minute. If that happens, then you won’t get to make another film, therefore you must make your films more accessible to people so that they will like it.’ If you don’t like my films, I can’t do anything about it, but I’m a street person so I don’t care about being esteemed. If esteem will help you make the next picture, then great. And if antipathy will help you make the next film, I don’t really care.I’m going to be myself. I want to make a film I can be proud of."  — John Cassavetes

    (via nationalfilmsociety)

     
  11.                                               ~ Ciao Federico ~

                          Stills from the work & life of Federico Fellini

     
  12. ~ Uphill, Both Ways ~

    (Source: buzzfeedrewind, via wilwheaton)

     

  13. The Cultural Insurgency

    ~ I am a dangerous man. I am a Radical Poet. I write, perform and record music. I write poetry and prose critical of the establishment. I have a wicked sense of irreverent humor. Anyone of these activities could get me imprisoned or executed in many countries around the world. I am a member of the Cultural Underground, the antidote to Corporate Consumerism & Control… how about you? ~ Join the Cultural Insurgency!

     
  14. ~ End the Era of Extractable Energy, NOW! ~
    "Black Blood" performed live by Brad Parker and the Radical Poets

     

     
     
  15. nevver:

    Self Portrait, 1960

    ~ we become what we behold ~

    (Source: i844.photobucket.com, via dearmarielouise)