generic-art:

Sorry for this…

generic-art:

Sorry for this…

(Source: catastrofe, via hifructosemag)

http://www.afmissileers.org/newsletters/NL1997/Dec97.pdf →

The men who manned american ICBM launchers had a little newspaper. Obvious right?

There’s reminiscing. There’s trivial (and outdated, worthless) secret information leaking. I’m laughing about the Forsythe Associates. And that story goes back much further.

burn

burn

(Source: x2mx, via 1-0-8-0-p)

bathsalts:

ghdos:

BRUHHHHHH. Do you fucking see this?

He holding his chips?

h.y.f.r.

(Source: yungterra, via oldpunkguy)

harveyjames:

Nearly all the art from my Tank Girl tryout in one place. Now with descriptions of my process in tiny type, for fans of eyestrain! 

Or as one random instagrammer who saw these pictures at a gallery show in LA once said, “pretty cool Jamie Hewlett drawings of Noodle in outfits I hadn’t seen before”

(via sarkos)

typostrate:

Typo Template 7

14 cool text effects for your design in vintage, retro style. Made with 300dpi and 1500 x 1500px these effects are hifgh res to use for modern flyers, poster art as headlines and in other projects. 

The main Features

• Editable PSD
• Modify text colour
• Text patterns modification
• Files are organized perfectly
• Free font link attached

Download the template here »

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Look at this assortment of contrived white-privilege vintage. Props for sharing googable fonts, but seek the true font of blue-collar workers worldwide…those shlubs you look down at when you’re at trader joes and supermarkets worldwide. fonts that ppl oddly consider ‘vintage’, yet don’t really match up to major historical waves. Especially a practically lost art of elegant/fancy script, ever-personalized to the writer. Name those fonts after the people you stole them from. Even the underpaid guy from the trader joes or authentic southern BBQ place you ‘discovered them’ from.

Some day we’ll make sure your mothers eulogy isn’t in comic sans, asshole. But it’s not for you, it’s because we move forward.

Font classism… a subtext to a subgenre. A genre of cluelessness, pale and drowning regardless.

(via to-om)

superdames:

Jill Trent invented a bulletproof suit. Then she made a guy wear it while she shot at him to test it. NO HALF MEASURES.
This was the last Jill Trent story and it was kind of insane.
—”Jill Trent, Science Sleuth” in Wonder Comics #20 (1948), writer & artist uncredited

subtext.

superdames:

Jill Trent invented a bulletproof suit. Then she made a guy wear it while she shot at him to test it. NO HALF MEASURES.

This was the last Jill Trent story and it was kind of insane.

—”Jill Trent, Science Sleuth” in Wonder Comics #20 (1948), writer & artist uncredited

subtext.

(via sarkos)

theblackmath:

THE BLACK MATH

theblackmath:

THE BLACK MATH

"The policeman who shot down a 10-year-old in Queens
stood over the boy with his cop shoes in childish blood
and a voice said “Die you little motherfucker” and
there are tapes to prove that. At his trial
this policeman and in his own defense
“I didn’t notice the size or nothing else
only the color.” and
there are tapes to prove that, too.
Today that 37-year-old white man with 13 years of police forcing
has been set free
by 11 white men who said they were satisfied
justice had been done
and one black woman who said
“They convinced me” meaning
they had dragged her 4’10” black woman’s frame
over the hot coals of four centuries of white male approval
until she let go the first real power she ever had
and lined her own womb with cement
to make a graveyard for our children."
Audre Lorde, “Power” (via ethiopienne)

(Source: femignome, via sing-in-reverse)

theleoisallinthemind:

Gold Finger, 1995 by Helmut Newton

theleoisallinthemind:

Gold Finger, 1995 by Helmut Newton

(via l-a-t-e-x)

I HEREBY GIVE UP ON HUMANITY

YUP.

Drugs in space and sleepless in the shuttle « Mind Hacks →

The study looked at sleep data from 64 astronauts on 80 space shuttle missions along with 21 astronauts on 13 International Space Station missions, and compared it to their sleep on the ground and in the days before space flight.

Essentially, in-flight astronauts don’t get a great deal of shut-eye, but what’s surprising is the range and extent of drugs they use to manipulate sleep.

Mostly these are the z-drug class of sleep medications (of which the best known is zolpidem, branded name Ambien) but also include benzos, melatonin and an antipsychotic called quetiapine

sun ra vs el topo?

(Source: saucerkommand, via afrofuturistaffair)