50 Years of Publications, 500 Books, FREE from the Met
If there’s one thing I love more than finding a good book, it might be finding a good book for free. The Metropolitain Museum of Art has made over 500 titles available for free download. A few that caught my eye (and might catch yours): All the Mighty World: The Photographs of Roger Fenton, 1852–1860 […]
Video: Prairie Paradise
Prairie Paradise from Patrick Gannon on Vimeo.
10 Easy Pieces: Wall-Mounted Shelving Systems : Remodelista
10 Easy Pieces: Wall-Mounted Shelving Systems : Remodelista.
Seattle Public Library Encourages Summer Reading by Knocking Books on the Ground
Doesn’t this just make you at least a little happy? Does it qualify as some form of book abuse? It’s at least illustrative that books should be used and not left lifeless on a shelf by those with access to them (as I may be guilty of)… I LOVE the library’s architecture. Reminds me in […]
MendocinoDoors.com: The Door Gallery
These doors are fantastic. The Door Gallery.
Urville: An Autistic Savant’s Remarkable Imaginary City, 20 Years in the Making | Brain Pickings
Urville: An Autistic Savant’s Remarkable Imaginary City, 20 Years in the Making | Brain Pickings.
Explore – nprfreshair: Scenes from World War II…
Explore – nprfreshair: Scenes from World War II….
Grandeur Lost: The Modern Ruins of Abandoned Detroit | WebUrbanist
Detroit is arguably one of the most fascinating modern cities in the world. This is thanks to the city’s unique balance between its former identity as a manufacturing mecca and its current state of sectional abandonment and iterative renewal. It is neither deserted nor wholly occupied, but exists in tension between destruction, creation and everyday […]