“You go to a cafe and you bring a copy of Sartre and Le Monde. There’s a cute dog under the table next to you. So after you read the news and the philosophy, you may pet the dog, flirt with someone at another table, and talk about some trivial gossip. All these things are part of being human. You don’t become stupid when you turn away from the philosophy and pet the dog. People are complex and multifaceted. When you talk to people who say it dumbs down the audience to have cute animals, the truth is nobody has a choice: because Facebook and Twitter are perfect Paris cafes.” - Jonah Peretti
Relevant to my interests/GPOY/Spirit Animal/Words to live by
(EDIT- PS: did you hear that? We’re in Paris, y’all!!)
Currently potating, so hate on now.
HAIR STRAIGHTENER USED TO COOK INDIVIDUAL PIECE OF BACON, 2012
“Hero” is not too strong a word here, obviously.
Steve Martin and a basset hound in Laugh Factory Magazine, 1985
RELEVANT TO ALL MY INTERESTS
Relevant to many of your interests, I hope!
Billboards Converted To Swingsets.
Architect Didier Faustino created this swing set out of a converted advertising billboard for the Shenzhen-Hong Kong Bi-City Biennial of Urbanism and Architecture
Relevant to my interests.
“Undated, Vancouver, Canada” - Vivian Maier
UPDATED: I probably shouldn’t like this so much, since she’s from Chicago and it’s sort of representative of what they did to us last night, but art is art and ice is ice.