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    T206 Honus Wagner baseball card

    The T206 Honus Wagner baseball card depicts Pittsburgh Pirates’ Honus Wagner, a dead-ball era baseball player who is widely considered to be one of the best players of all time.


    Tagore, Rabindranath

    Rabindranath Tagore was an Indian Bengali polymath.

    Takaez, Toshiko

    Toshiko Takaezu

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    Take Ivy

    Take Ivy, originally published in Japan in 1965, set off an explosion of American “Ivy Style” fashion amongst the students of the Ginza shopping distrcit in Tokyo. Take Ivy has been the Ivy League Bible for the Japanese baby boomers, who were very much into the whole Ivy League look, having been a very rare find in the West, garnering auction prices as high as $2000. Take Ivy was authored by four japanese sartorial style enthusiasts and is a collection of candid photographs shot on the campuses of America’s elite Ivy League universities.

    Takeshi’s Challenge

    Takeshi’s Challenge is a Japanese action-adventure video game. The game was developed under the direction of comedian-turned actor and film director Takeshi Kitano. Kitano incorporated many of his unique and controversial ideas into the game. For instance, the player can beat up a yakuza gangster at a pachinko gambling establishment, and take the yakuza’s money to exchange for prizes. The player can use a hang-glider to fly over into a strange land called the “Red Country” (an amalgam between the Soviet Union and Nazi Germany). The player can gain access the Red Country if they pass over the four other islands, but a huge mountain blocks the way into the country, and the player will be forced to crash into either the mountain or the ground, resulting in an automatic game over screen. There is also a choice on the password-entry screen (“Punch the old man”) which also results in an automatic game over, even when the player has not even started the game. Other in-game events include: a game over screen where the player’s character is given a funeral, singing karaoke at a pub (using the second-controller’s built-in microphone), the main character divorcing his wife and paying a settlement, beating up yakuza, or seeing inhumane comments on store signs.

    Talipot palm

    The Talipot palm flowers only once in its lifetime, producing the biggest inflorescence in the flowering kingdom. The palm grows for 30 to 80 years, storing up energy and strength in its trunk to send out this massive inflorescence. After flowering and fruiting the plant will die.


    Tanizaki, Jun’ichirō

    Jun’ichirō Tanizaki was a Japanese author, one of the major writers of modern Japanese literature, Some of his works present a rather shocking world of sexuality and destructive erotic obsessions; others, less sensational, subtly portray the dynamics of family life in the context of the rapid changes in 20th-century Japanese society.


    Tanner, Alain

    Light Years Away. A young drifter meets up with a strange old man who claims that he has been taught to fly by birds.


    Tateishi, Tiger

    Tiger Tateishi

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    Tati, Jacques


    Tatsuno, Koji

    Koji Tatsuno, Japanese fashion designer.


    Taum Sauk Hydroelectric Power Station

    Taum Sauk Hydroelectric Power Station

    Teatro all’antica

    The Teatro all’antica is a theatre in Sabbioneta, northern Italy; it was the first free-standing, purpose-built theater in the modern world.


    Teatro Olimpico

    The theatre was the final design by the Italian Renaissance architect Andrea Palladio, Renaissance, and was not completed until after his death. The trompe-l’œil onstage scenery, designed by Vincenzo Scamozzi, to give the appearance of long streets receding to a distant horizon, was installed in 1585 for the very first performance held in the theatre, and is the oldest surviving stage set still in existence.

    Tedholm, Teddy

    Genius. Jay-Z, Tom Waits, Basquiat, Picasso, Warhol, Carax. Same level.

    Teeth, Gap between your

    All great people have it. Including me.


    Territorial Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore

    The Abbey of Monte Oliveto Maggiore is a large Benedictine monastery in the Italian region of Tuscany.


    Tesla, Nikola

    Nikola Tesla.



    Tetiaroa is a private atoll in the Windward group of the Society Islands of French Polynesia, an overseas collectivity of France in the Pacific Ocean. Once the vacation spot for Tahitian royalty, the atoll is widely known for having been purchased by Marlon Brando. The only inhabitant is Simon Teihotu Brando, one of the many sons of Marlon Brando.


    The Art of Eating

    The Art of Eating is about the best food and wine — what they are, how they are produced, where to find them (the farms, markets, shops, restaurants).

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    The Ephemera Society of America

    The Ephemera Society of America is a non-profit organization formed in 1980 to cultivate and encourage interest in ephemera and the history identified with it.


    The Jacobite Steam Train

    The Jacobite Steam Train


    The Tompkins Square Park Riot

    The Tompkins Square Park Riot occurred on August 6–August 7, 1988 in New York City’s Tompkins Square Park. Groups of “drug pushers, homeless people and young people known as ‘skinheads'” had largely taken over the East Village park, but the neighborhood was divided about what, if anything, should be done about it. According to Times reporter Todd Purdum, the clash had its roots in music. The park was a gathering place for scores of drunken rock fans and their boisterous street parties. According to Times reporter Todd Purdum, the clash had its roots in music. The park was a gathering place for scores of drunken rock fans and their boisterous street parties.The riots were commemorated in the song “Hold On” by Lou Reed.

    Theodoracopulos, Taki

    The playboy behind The Spectator’s High Life gossip column. The Michael Musto of another league.

    Theophilus London

    Watch this BK cat blow the fuck up. (Thanks to my art director Francois for letting me know how NY rock this shit).


    Thonet, Michael

    Michael Thonet. Master of the bentwood chairs.


    Thurston, Gerald



    Tichý, Miroslav

    Miroslav Tichý was a photographer who from the 1960s to 1985 took thousands of surreptitious pictures of women in his hometown of Kyjov in the Czech Republic, using homemade cameras constructed of cardboard tubes, tin cans and other at-hand materials. Most of his subjects were unaware they are being photographed.


    Tiger pistol shrimp

    The tiger pistol shrimp uses its claws as a sonic weapon to catch prey!


    Tilden, Bill

    Bill Tilden is often considered one of the greatest tennis players of all time. An American tennis player who was the World No. 1 player for seven years, Bill Tilden dominated the world of international tennis in the first half of the 1920s.

    Tillet, Maurice

    Maurice Tillet was a French professional wrestler known as The French Angel who was a leading box office draw in the early 1940s and was recognized as world heavyweight champion by the American Wrestling Association run by Paul Bowser in Boston. His usual finishing move was the bearhug.


    Tillmans, Wolfgang

    New book from Wako Books and Wolfgang Tillmans.

    Timme, Jan

    Jan Timme.


    Tintin and Alph-Art

    Tintin and Alph-Art was the intended twenty-fourth and final book in the Tintin series, created by Belgian comics artist Hergé. It is a striking departure from the earlier books in tone and subject, as well as in some parts of the style; rather than being set in a usual exotic and action-packed environment this story is largely played out in the world of modern art. Hergé worked on the book until his death in 1983, and it was published posthumously (despite its unfinished status) in 1986 by Casterman in association with La Fondation Hergé, and was republished in 2004 with further material.


    Tōhaku, Hasegawa

    The most beautiful pines you’ll ever see


    Toilet Paper magazine

    Maurizio Cattelan’s magazine. As bold as Colors.


    Tomatsu, Shomei

    Shomei Tomatsu - Sin título Yokosuka 1966

    Shomei Tomatsu was a Japanese photographer.


    Toscani, Oliviero

    Oliviero Toscani was so good, so simple, so provocative, so blunt. Just like a man should be.


    Train surfing

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    Trap street

    A trap street is a fictitious entry in the form of a misrepresented street on a map, often outside the area the map nominally covers, for the purpose of “trapping” potential copyright violators of the map, who will be unable to justify the inclusion of the “trap street” on their map.



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    Tripp, Charles

    During his time, Charles Tripp was not only the most well known armless wonder, he was also one of the most famous Canadian entertainers of his era. It was during his partnership with Eli Bowen that Charles Tripp was truly able to attract public attention. Pairing an armless man with a legless one was surely a stroke of showman brilliance but it was a moment of jovial playfulness that would cement Tripp and Bowen into history. While the pair posed for promotional photographs one of them spotted a tandem bicycle. In no time at all the two gents not only mounted the bicycle-built-for-two, but rode off together laughing as boys would. The photographer quickly snapped the pair mid-ride and the resulting surreal photograph still draws perplexed smiles.


    Trithrinax campestris

    Trithrinax campestris


    Trow, George W.S.

    George W. S. Trow was an American essayist, novelist, playwright, and media critic. He worked for The New Yorker for almost 30 years, and wrote numerous essays and several books. He is best known for his long essay on television and its effect on American culture, “Within the Context of No Context. Trow’s reputation rests on his long nonfiction. These works have received mostly positive reviews. Highly literate readers, as well as reviewers in newspapers like The New York Times and The Washington Post, have been thrilled by Trow’s brilliant and prophetic insights; wide-ranging references to serious and pop culture; and aphoristic, sometimes post-modern literary style. But the appeal and value of Trow’s work can be difficult to communicate, because the style “in its very essence resists summary. Summary, of course, flees from detail, whereas for Trow the details are the notes without which there is no song.” Some critics have found these works impenetrable and elitist; some argue that Trow’s nostalgia for the pre-television era was misplaced, because the subsequent civil rights movements had made American culture more democratic.


    Trujillo, Rafael

    Rafael Trujillo ruled the Dominican Republic from 1930 until his assassination in 1961. His 30 years in power, to Dominicans known as the Trujillo Era (Spanish: La Era de Trujillo), is considered one of the bloodiest ever in the Americas, as well as a time of a classic personality cult, when monuments to Trujillo were in abundance. It has been estimated that Trujillo’s rule was responsible for the death of more than 50,000 people. At the suggestion of Mario Fermín Cabral, Congress voted overwhelmingly in 1936 to rename the capital from Santo Domingo to Ciudad Trujillo. The province of San Cristobal was created as “Trujillo,” and the nation’s highest peak, Pico Duarte, was renamed in his honor. Statues of “El Jefe” were mass-produced and erected across the Republic, and bridges and public buildings were named in his honor. The nation’s newspapers now had praise for Trujillo as part of the front page, and license plates included the slogan “Viva Trujillo!” An electric sign was erected in Ciudad Trujillo so that “Dios y Trujillo” could be seen at night as well as in the day. Eventually, even churches were required to post the slogan, “Dios en cielo, Trujillo en tierra” (God in Heaven, Trujillo on Earth). Trujillo was recommended for the Nobel Peace Prize by his admirers, but the committee declined the suggestion. When he received (or summoned) a visitor, his four bodyguards would have submachine guns trained upon the “guest” during the meeting.

    Trumbull, Douglas

    Douglas Trumbull is an American film director, special effects supervisor, and inventor. He contributed to, or was responsible for, the special photographic effects of 2001: A Space OdysseyClose Encounters of the Third KindStar Trek: The Motion Picture and Blade Runner,


    Tsingy de Bemaraha



    Tsingy de Bemaraha

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    Tunney, Gene

    Gene Tunney was the world heavyweight boxing champion from 1926-1928 who defeated Jack Dempsey twice, first in 1926 and then in 1927. Tunney’s successful title defense against Dempsey is one of the most famous bouts in boxing history and is known as The Long Count Fight.


    Turbeville, Deborah

    The amazing Deborah Turbeville.


    Turganev, Ivan


    Turin, Luca

    Luca Turin on the Science of Scent.


    Turing, Alan

    Alan Turing was an English mathematician, logician, cryptanalyst and computer scientist. He was highly influential in the development of computer science, providing a formalization of the concept of the algorithm and computation with the Turing machine, which played a significant role in the creation of the modern computer.


    Turlington, Christy

    Still one of my favorite models.


    Turner, Tina

    Private Dancer. Best song ever.

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    Two For The Money

    An overlooked film. The key is of course Pacino’s character, classic self-hated. This is Lars von Trier level.

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    Tyler, Liv

    Same type of charm as Laetitia Casta.

    Tynan, Kenneth

    Tynan had acquaintances but few friends; a shameless name dropper, he sought the warmth of social contact. The value of this diary rests in its honesty, self-loathing, pleasure in life, and insight into his period. The critic’s acumen illuminates the text throughout, as Tynan documents the shift in power from the Olivier years to the Peter Hall regime at the National Theatre, critiques travel and food, and savors the human comedy. After leaving the National, his life disintegrated into frantic travel, a search for work, and horror as his final illness, emphysema, destroyed him. Obituaries of departed friends and a clear-sighted examination of his failing talents make this a sustained and tragic document.