Friday 28th July 2017
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Posted on July 27th, 2017 11 Comments

Tuesday links

  • These abstract neon light installations are pretty cool. (Colossal)
  • Looking for a rabbit hole to fall into this morning? How about this rundown of the top 150 albums made by women? (NPR)
  • These vintage snapshots of people posing with their TV sets is delightfully random. (Dangerous Minds)
  • Check out this crazy Chinese bookstore. (Flavorwire)
  • Here is the trailer for Rebel in the Rye, about a young J.D. Salinger, which I am mostly showing you because it stars uber-hottie Nicholas Hoult. (A.V. Club)

 

Posted on July 25th, 2017 9 Comments

Monday links

  • Arresting photos of trees. There is one mildly NSFW image here. (The Atlantic)
  • The photos themselves aren’t all that excellent, but I found these portraits of Chicano girl culture from the 1990s to be rather fascinating. (Dangerous Minds)
  • A bunch of tattoos inspired by architecture. (My Modern Met)
  • A very handy list of what to stream when it’s raining on vacation. (Vulture)
  • Steven Soderbergh shot a movie with his iPhone. (Indiewire)

 

 

Posted on July 24th, 2017 4 Comments

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Posted on July 20th, 2017 7 Comments

Wednesday links

  • Some of these vintage autochromes of American women are gorgeous. (Dangerous Minds)
  • Mindy Kaling is pregnant with her first child. (The Cut)
  • I always like an opportunity to check out some well-designed books. (Kottke)
  • Downtown Atlanta’s lost psychedelic theme park. (Atlas Obscura)
  • Hideous. (Elle)

 

 

Posted on July 19th, 2017 6 Comments

Tuesday links

  • These vintage erotic postcards of French flappers are pretty fun. NSFW. (Dangerous Minds)
  • The top ten movie crimes of all time. (Kottke)
  • Here’s the trailer for (and a Q&A with the director of) To The Bone, about a young woman—played by Lily Collins—with an eating disorder. I think it looks pretty interesting. (EW)
  • Doctors found 27 lost contact lenses in a woman’s eye. (The Cut)
  • It’s a toilet seat art museum. (Atlas Obscura)

 

 

Posted on July 18th, 2017 9 Comments