winter collective

omfgco:

This is pretty amazing.

Fun & educational.

Asphalt Archeology, a photo series by Mike Mission collecting photos of objects embedded into the asphalt of NYC.

Lewis Winter, a designer in Melbourne, Australia, has given financial support to 373 projects (including three portrait commissions, an interest of his). “My motivations probably aren’t that different to the Medicis’ … just my budget,” Winter told me via e-mail. His average pledge is about $15, and his most generous was $140. “I think Kickstarter helps people do something a lot of us have forgotten how to do — ask our neighbors for help,” he continued. That said, he also had some caveats about the crowd as patron in the digital age, noting that projects typically get many more Facebook “likes” than actual backers: “Apparently a whole lot of people like something so much they’re not even willing to give it a dollar.”

There’s No Place Like Here: Brazenhead Books

A short (3m20s) video documentary about a secret bookstore in NYC.

And if that leaves you wanting more, here’s a very brief New Yorker piece: Wanna Buy A Book?

(Source: etsy.com)

90 Plays
Smog
Let's Move To The Country

Smog / Let’s Move To The Country

thingsorganizedneatly:

AUSTIN RADCLIFFE, SILKSCREEN SQUEEGEES. 2010
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thingsorganizedneatly:

AUSTIN RADCLIFFE, SILKSCREEN SQUEEGEES. 2010

Sister Corita's rules. This needs to be a print.

Sister Corita's rules. This needs to be a print.

(Source: corita.org)

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