kung fu grippe


  1. autumndewilde:

LENA DUNHAM
Stylist Magazine
Cover story
styling by Shirley Kurata
production design by Adam Siegel and Tina Pappas
food styling by Sienna DeGovia
make-up by Jo Strettell
hair by John Ruggiero

    autumndewilde:

    LENA DUNHAM

    Stylist Magazine

    Cover story

    styling by Shirley Kurata

    production design by Adam Siegel and Tina Pappas

    food styling by Sienna DeGovia

    make-up by Jo Strettell

    hair by John Ruggiero

  2. Colin Blunstone - “I Don’t Believe in Miracles” (1972)

    Single from the early solo career of the singer for The Zombies.

    Like I said, sublime.

  3. My daughter, the Wes Anderson character.

    My daughter, the Wes Anderson character.

  4. liartownusa:

    LiartownUSA has always celebrated ONLINE SOCIAL JUSTICE WARRIORS. Now, spurred by popular demand and a deep desire to properly honor the internet’s bravest, most productive heroes, I am very pleased to announce the very first LiarTown item to consensually enter the physical world.

    First appearing in a December 2013 post and honored by rave reviews from Jezebel.com (“The absolute best cat calendar!”) this now-100% real publication is officially available for sale. 

    This full-color, 12” x 12” grid-style wall calendar is presented and shipped in plenty of time for the holidays. Each month features a charming kitten professionally photographed in a heroic pose appropriate to a small cat defiantly speaking out on the hottest social justice issues of the day. A sassy, uncompromising declaration erases any doubts about each precious cat’s passionate convictions, sense of humor, and tough-as-nails attitude! 

    Each of these twelve adorable kittens was subject to a week-long, grueling interview process to ensure there was absolutely nothing problematic in its beliefs. Unlike bland, privileged garbage kittens chosen for nothing more than shallow good looks, Social Justice Kittens radiate fierce strength in the face of untold adversity, and all are gifted with a dazzling array of genders and orientations to go with their tiny, oh-so-kissable faces! The patriarchy WILL NEVER accept these kittens! 

    After thousands of years of CIS-HET BULLSHIT, here at last is a calendar that DARES YOU to speak truth to power. A calendar which boldly announces to the world that you aren’t going to sit back and let others speak for you. A calendar that holds you up high so others can see you’re able to stand proudly on your own!

    It comes down to this: Do you want to financially support the ideals embodied by this unique, functional gift, or refuse to purchase a copy and become a hateful fake ally who actively embraces injustice and the murder of innocents? The choice is yours.

    One more time, to be clear: This is a genuine 2015 calendar, printed on big machines and then mailed out by mid-November.

    To visit the online store, click here. 

    Last but not least, a big THANK YOU to everyone who supported this project during its formation.

  5. Lyrics for the first track on the album, “Penpals”, were taken from broken English fan letters to Kurt Cobain, which [Sloan] rummaged through when they were signed to Geffen in the early ’90s.
  6. "The Trick" to Making Soba

    • Anthony Bourdain:
      How many years do you think it takes to learn how to make soba?

    • Masaharu Morimoto:
      This guy…working…entire life.

    • Anthony Bourdain:
      So, the answer to the question would be…it takes your whole life?

    • Masaharu Morimoto:
      Right. Yeah.

    • Anthony Bourdain:
      Yeah.


  7. Ernie Kovacs - “Droongo”

    Perhaps unsurprisingly, this bit had a huge impact on me as a kid.

    Still one of the funniest things I’ve ever heard.

  8. Science has shown: you can’t make comedy without a brick wall.

Or, failing at that, brick wallpaper.

    Science has shown: you can’t make comedy without a brick wall.

    Or, failing at that, brick wallpaper.

  9. putyouinabettermood:

Baby Hamster via http://ift.tt/10JjJsC putyouinabettermood.com

    putyouinabettermood:

    Baby Hamster via http://ift.tt/10JjJsC putyouinabettermood.com

  10. Stanley Jordan - “Over the Rainbow”

    I can’t overstate how equally insane and innovative Stanley Jordan’s style felt in the mid-eighties.

    Poring over tablature for tapping/hammer-on solos by Eddie Van Halen and Jeff Watson and the rest was zero prep for seeing a guy play intricate jazz figures that treated the guitar like a personalized piano.

    Still kinda blows my mind.

  11. Last week, this amazingly ballsy cat climbed up (and down) a really tall tree and chowed down on some baby crows.

    I can’t eyeball it from the markings: is this just a talented and confident domestic cat, or is it some kind of small wild critter?

  12. $50.00

For sale since 2010. Fifty dollars.

Fifty. Dollars.

    $50.00

    For sale since 2010. Fifty dollars.

    Fifty. Dollars.

  13. That Mitchell And Webb Look - “Fish & Cushion”

    Every time I hear someone say, “chip and pin.”

  14. executivecontour:

brianmichaelbendis:

Iron Giant by Alex Ross

I am not a gun.

    executivecontour:

    brianmichaelbendis:

    Iron Giant by Alex Ross

    I am not a gun.