I think a D.A.R.E. t-shirt was the first item I ever wore ironically, sometime in middle school, because even then I knew “resistance education” makes no sense. From etsy sellers ebiellie and pennilesskidvintage.
Peter Calleson‘s work made the blog rounds a while ago. But I love this Tower of Babel and that tiny ladder.
Wouldn’t this look great on a plain white t-shirt? From random inspiration via aesthetic outburst.
I wanted this before I ever knew it existed. Dreaming Spires playhouse by Judith Needham. Via pinkshirtsandcarwrecks.
So sweet. From etsy seller scoutholiday. She also has a great blog. ALSO: Check out this feature from Jalouse. I happen to use both those products everyday.
An entire village an England, knit by the old ladies who live there. From BBC News via Boing Boing.
Wouldn’t these be great things for a time traveler? Handmade, vegetable tanned leather goods by Anya B. Kalakevich.
I like the schizophrenic interior/exterior style of The Violet Hour in Wicker Park, Chicago. They use eight types of ice in their cocktails, apparently. Great article about them in this month’s Atlantic. Images via metromix.
When you’ve wanted something for so long, should you just go ahead and buy a repro? Or is it better to wait for vintage luck? Via midcenturymodernist. At nova66.
Graphs make me think of a great academic paper title I came across recently: “Self Destructive Acts Linked to Limited View of Future.” Via FFFound!
I don’t love her music nearly as much as I love her fashion crazy. Via starpulse/x17online/starinvader.
Black-and-white Frida Ringström foam boots. Perfect for running errands. Via Agnes B.
This was completely gone about 30 seconds later. Apology accepted.
Yes, that is a raccoon nose made into a tie tack. Goth taxidermy from lovedtodeath.
Ron Gilad room outlines via Wallpaper*.