1. Digging the fuck out of this.

    Digging the fuck out of this.

  2. fastcompany:

    Work-life balance by design: At 6 p.m., the desks retract up to the ceiling, making room for creative community uses and keeping staff from working too late. 

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    This is so rad.

    Reblogged from: fastcompany
  3. This is so hypnotic.

    This is so hypnotic.

    Reblogged from: brettjenkins
  4. buttonpoetry:

    Portland Poetry Slam - “Choose Your Own Adventure”

    "Every morning starts with a dark room and an ominous door."

    Brenna Twohy, Alex Dang, Doc Luben, and Leyna Rynearson, performing at the 2014 National Poetry Slam. Subscribe to Button on YouTube!

    A group piece I actually like.

    Reblogged from: fuckyeahpoetryslam
  5. art-of-swords:

    Inside the World of Longsword Fighting

    Longsword enthusiasts are resurrecting ancient sword technique as a modern, organized sport, with timed bouts and complex rules.

    Source: Copyright © 2014 New York Times

    Dope.

    Reblogged from: nudiemuse
  6. Winn-Dixie

    The latest in my Yelp review project

  7. Confession: I have a bit of a notebook addiction especially when they are cool. Got the latest Colors edition of @fieldnotesbrand and I can’t wait to open it.

    Confession: I have a bit of a notebook addiction especially when they are cool. Got the latest Colors edition of @fieldnotesbrand and I can’t wait to open it.

  8. Enzian Theater

    The latest in my Yelp review project.

  9. I think their marketing department had a little too much fun with this.

    I think their marketing department had a little too much fun with this.

  10. controllitmag:

    http://wp.me/p4mVQx-5t

    Bradley

    The collaboration between poet J. Bradley and artist Adam Scott Mazer is comprised of linked poems that hit us failed lovers where it hurts. It is set up in two sections including thirty-eight poems and contains a beautiful mixture of poetry and ink drawings. Bradley’s language is urgent and bleeding, while Mazer’s black and white illustrations show desperation and terror; such as in Detention,…

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    The latest review of yesyesbooks The Bones of Us, illustrated by adamscottmazer.
    Reblogged from: controllitmag
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