past Seven Wrecks I read your four answers: 1. your move 2. I’m tres involved 3. move on 4. love, Beth
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orchidtapes:

wishlistpa:

"Ontario Gothic" shirts foxesinfiction

Thanks Jeff for making me some shirts to bring on tour =]

def gonna get 1 of these def def

orchidtapes:

wishlistpa:

"Ontario Gothic" shirts foxesinfiction

Thanks Jeff for making me some shirts to bring on tour =]

def gonna get 1 of these def def

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Okay so I’m listening to this band’s first album now (of course titled This One’s Pretty Cool, But I Like The Old Stuff Better) and it’s great, pretty much exactly as advertised to me: noisy and rickety guitar rock (not in a dissimilar way to Thinking Fellers Union Local 282, another San Francisco band in the 90s with roots in/influences from the South and Midwest) but rather than assaulting you with repetition and slipping into catchy grooves, it’s much more scatterbrained and distracted, whiplashing from complete nonsense to simple sparse pop. this is one of the latter moments. think I have a new obsession

Fans have taken Brody’s do-anything attitude and run with it. Video artist Neil Cicierega made two much-remixed online videos—Brodyquest and Brodyquest 2—where the actor travels the world, becomes a rock star, and turns into the universe.

Adrien Brody has seen Brodyquest. His dad showed it to him. “I made it my ringtone at one point,” he said. “It’s hilarious.”

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well it’s decided

well it’s decided

one of those “sudden realization  I haven’t spoken a word aloud in 30+ hours” nights

By Xavier Fernández Fuentes

A film poster after a booklet designed by an old friend. High-resolution reproductions 1:1 were composed into a poster format, showing the complete 32-page booklet at once. Texts are excerpts from the script of Godard’s ‘Vivre sa vie’ (1962) . From film to publication, from publication to film poster.
Silkscreen (edition of ten), 80 × 120 cm, printed with Kees MaasOriginal booklet by Toshimasa Kimura, 2005

By Xavier Fernández Fuentes

A film poster after a booklet designed by an old friend. High-resolution reproductions 1:1 were composed into a poster format, showing the complete 32-page booklet at once. Texts are excerpts from the script of Godard’s ‘Vivre sa vie’ (1962) . From film to publication, from publication to film poster.

Silkscreen (edition of ten), 80 × 120 cm, printed with Kees Maas
Original booklet by Toshimasa Kimura, 2005