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    Set&Sekt

    Fashion store in Basel.

    Animal rights abuser are well-dressed / Fur and leather makes fantastic clothing

    Yes, ostrich racing is real.

    George Morland – Fox hunting.

    Francis Bacon – Study for Bullfight No.1, 2nd Version

    How dandy.

    Danxia landform

    Danxia landform is a unique type of petrographic geomorphology.

    Closer

    I don’t only like old things.

    Nice apt. from Oslo

    More images here (the other rooms aren’t as cool, the black kitchen and bathroom are trop)

    And if one can’t live there, maybe it’d be fun to live a bit further up north, with a similar look:

    Entrance to the Svalbard Global Seed Vault ;-)

    Luxury Train Club

    I’m in love with this. Luxury Train Club.

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    Peach pit carving

    Ready Made Magazine

    Port Said

    Port Said was established in 1859 during the building of the Suez Canal.

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    Elisabeth Djian

    If Cathy Horyn of The New York Times has captured Elisabeth Djian‘s essence in words, Babeth, does so in pictures. Horyn wrote, “Babeth…has the intimidating look of a French madam, heightened by stiletto booties, a wink of a black bra and a laugh as free as salt.

    The Faith of Graffiti

    Back in 1973, Norman Mailer and Jon Naar collaborated on The Faith of Graffiti. The book combined Mailer’s essay about the kids who were writing their names on the walls and subway cars in New York City at the time with Naar’s photographs. The Faith had been out of print for years, until HarperCollins reissued it this past January.

    Boats without water

    Close Encounters of the Third Kind.

    Fitzcarraldo.

    Aral Sea in Kazakhstan.

    Shipbreaking at Gaddani beach, Pakistan (still from amazing Working Man’s Death).

    Oh! Mikey

    Oh! Mikey, is a series of Japanese comedy sketches created by Yoshimasa Ishibashi featuring a family of Americans (“The Fuccons”) living in metropolitan Japan. The series is notable in that all of the characters are played by mannequins with perpetually frozen facial expressions.

    See clip here.

    Sanctorius

    For a period of thirty years Sanctorius weighed himself, everything he ate and drank, as well as his urine and feces. He compared the weight of what he had eaten to that of his waste products, the latter being considerably smaller. He produced his theory of insensible perspiration as an attempt to account for this difference. His findings had little scientific value, but he is still celebrated for his empirical methodology.

    Jeanloup Sieff

    Jeanloup Sieff

     
     
     

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