Muddle



theeconomist:

China’s territorial disputes



Reblogged from The Economist.

September 17, 2014, 9:32am

youmightfindyourself:

“I’m very scared by the fact I’ve become older… I know the end is getting near and I could die any day,” she says, switching to Japanese. “I’m always here until it gets dark and, although I want to paint more, I think I should go home or I’ll get tired the next day. Before I go to sleep I’m so exhausted I could die. But then around three in the morning I wake up and start drawing or writing again.” -Yayoi Kusama

youmightfindyourself:

“I’m very scared by the fact I’ve become older… I know the end is getting near and I could die any day,” she says, switching to Japanese. “I’m always here until it gets dark and, although I want to paint more, I think I should go home or I’ll get tired the next day. Before I go to sleep I’m so exhausted I could die. But then around three in the morning I wake up and start drawing or writing again.” -Yayoi Kusama



Reblogged from YOU MIGHT FIND YOURSELF.
Tags: kusama

September 15, 2014, 8:18pm

Never gets old

Never gets old



September 15, 2014, 5:30am

Just can’t quit it.



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September 14, 2014, 9:28pm

MAD SAX



Tags: guido

September 11, 2014, 10:25pm

Osamu-San 🐛 (栗栖川)

Osamu-San 🐛 (栗栖川)



September 09, 2014, 10:17pm

Some Industrial Stuff in Kobe

Some Industrial Stuff in Kobe



September 07, 2014, 1:04am

(Source: baffledinbrooklyn)



Reblogged from fuck yeah, science fiction!.

September 06, 2014, 9:13pm

“On a bad day, being online feels like having someone strap you down, jam an I.V. into your arm, and pump untested “Clockwork Orange” drugs into your blood: the shuddering, Wi-Fi high; the low, a silicon-and-lead drag. On a worse day, being online is like being in a casino: it’s too noisy, you’re surrounded by strangers—you can hear the jangle of their coins, nickels on metal, and snatches of their conversation, scratchy, incomprehensible. Pictures flicker past, like the reels on a slot machine: apple, bell, banana. Pull the one-armed bandit; point, click, scroll. Cherries, cherries, lemon. The pictures shimmer and vanish, except when they don’t, because sometimes, when you close your eyes, a picture lingers, unwanted and unerasable, coating the insides of your eyelids the way a daguerreotype’s mercury fumes coat a plate of silver with a sitter’s wraith.”

Watching the Killing



September 05, 2014, 9:03pm

The weather taketh away

jkottke:

From Matter, a list of things to enjoy now before climate change takes them away or makes them more difficult to procure. Like Joshua trees:

The Joshua trees of Joshua Tree National Park need periods of cold temperatures before they can flower. Young trees are now rare in the park.

And…



Reblogged from kottke.org.

September 02, 2014, 9:33pm