1. keatonwebb:

new ebook! a collection of real anonymous messages received specifically for this project. anonymous authors coming together to form something thought provoking that they wouldn’t have been able to make without each other’s help. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did curating it, and I hope you’ll take the time to read some of my previous ebooks as well! feedback is encouraged. thank you everyone!

    keatonwebb:

    new ebook! a collection of real anonymous messages received specifically for this project. anonymous authors coming together to form something thought provoking that they wouldn’t have been able to make without each other’s help. I hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did curating it, and I hope you’ll take the time to read some of my previous ebooks as well! feedback is encouraged. thank you everyone!

    (via theboyiswild)

    1 week ago  /  45 notes  /  Source: keatonwebb

  2. thesufjanstevensmodel5000:

Good advice from Bela Bartok to his son Peter.

    thesufjanstevensmodel5000:

    Good advice from Bela Bartok to his son Peter.

    1 month ago  /  250 notes  /  Source: thesufjanstevensmodel5000

  3. robertogreco:

Our Education, Austin Kleon, 2014

    robertogreco:

    Our Education, Austin Kleon, 2014

    (via givology)

    2 months ago  /  226 notes  /  Source: robertogreco

  4. I’ll pray, and then I’ll sleep.
    – Marilynne Robinson, from Gilead (via the-final-sentence)

    6 months ago  /  212 notes  /  Source: the-final-sentence

  5. thechapterfourblog:

Pete Seeger by Annie Leibovitz.

    thechapterfourblog:

    Pete Seeger by Annie Leibovitz.

    (via thinknorth)

    7 months ago  /  6,408 notes  /  Source: thechapterfourblog

  6. matthewewhite:

    The Everly Brothers: Songs of Innocence And Experience (courtesy of the BBC and inimitable curators Aquarium Drunkard)

    8 months ago  /  7 notes  /  Source: matthewewhite

  7. jackmeriwether:

    "Getting Dressed for No One"

    short film project

    8 months ago  /  10 notes  /  Source: jackmeriwether

  8. marryweather:

    UPDATE:

    I will be driving to the salvation army in the morning as soon as it opens in order to purchase the coat

    (I hid it in the plus size men’s pants section so we’ll see)

    #wesufferforfashion #thriftadventures

    A wise choice!

    8 months ago  /  3 notes  /  Source: marryweather

  9. gentstribune:

501 Jeans Shrink To Fit Guide From Levis 

Step 1 Purchase your jeans in your true size, which for Shrink-to-Fit™ means 1” larger in waist and 3” longer in inseam.
Step 2 Wear them out of the store (after you buy them).
Step 3 Live in them as long as possible.
Step 4 Wash them as little as possible.
Step 5 When wash time finally arrives, soak for 20 minutes with a capful of Dr. Bronner’s Soap. Keep in mind, the hotter the water, the more they shrink. To preserve the color, turn your 501™ jeans inside out, replace the warm water with cold water and add a cup of vinegar.
Step 6 Let them drip dry until they are slightly damp.
Step 7 Put them back on – ideally on a warm day or when you can sit by a fire.
Step 8 As they dry, they’ll shape to your body.
Step 9 Enjoy!

Follow Gtribune for more advice and guides

    gentstribune:

    501 Jeans Shrink To Fit Guide From Levis

    Step 1 Purchase your jeans in your true size, which for Shrink-to-Fit™ means 1” larger in waist and 3” longer in inseam.

    Step 2 Wear them out of the store (after you buy them).

    Step 3 Live in them as long as possible.

    Step 4 Wash them as little as possible.

    Step 5 When wash time finally arrives, soak for 20 minutes with a capful of Dr. Bronner’s Soap. Keep in mind, the hotter the water, the more they shrink. To preserve the color, turn your 501™ jeans inside out, replace the warm water with cold water and add a cup of vinegar.

    Step 6 Let them drip dry until they are slightly damp.

    Step 7 Put them back on – ideally on a warm day or when you can sit by a fire.

    Step 8 As they dry, they’ll shape to your body.

    Step 9 Enjoy!

    Follow Gtribune for more advice and guides

    9 months ago  /  538 notes  /  Source: gentstribune

  10. having a good ol’ time with @acoledaly

    having a good ol’ time with @acoledaly

    9 months ago  /  0 notes