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11:48 am, reblogged from TechniPol by fauxboheme2,075 notes



Beautiful painting. The artist sells hand-painted jewelry at her website.

Beautiful painting. The artist sells hand-painted jewelry at her website.

12:02 am, by fauxboheme

The Art of Film Title Design Throughout Cinema History

I’m always amazed at how title design has evolved throughout history. Smashing Magazine has a tidy little round-up of title design trends from the past century.

03:14 pm, by fauxboheme

Absolutely stunning.

Absolutely stunning.


isthisthekrustykrab:

thedailywhat:

/obligatory.
[gabydunn / ratsoff.]

what he said

isthisthekrustykrab:

thedailywhat:

/obligatory.

[gabydunn / ratsoff.]

what he said


dfwforever:

 
 
David Foster Wallace and Gromit
By Michael Ward
Gromit sits in an old armchair knitting a scarf with a bone pattern on it.
David Foster Wallace sits in a second old armchair reading theEvening Post, ironically. His facial expression can best be described as ‘withering neutrality.’ Quaint-sounding music is tinkling out of a quaint-looking radio in a not un-quaint sort of way.
D.F.W.: And but so I think I’ll go get some cheese, Gromit.
Gromit: …
Gromit raises eyebrows as if to say, “Oh, will you?”
D.F.W.: Yes, indeed, Gromit. It’s time for cheese. And not cheese in, like, the capital-C Cheese kind—the kind that you’d expect to find in some farcically smelling fromagerie on the left bank of the Seine about two clicks east of the Sorbonne on a rainy Sunday that seems to encapsulate the entire history of French intellectualism [sic] —but more of like some good old-fashioned American über-processed cheddar that is almost less cheese than just plain representation of the entire super-structure of American culture.
Gromit: …
Gromit lowers one eyebrow as if to say, “I understand your unnecessarily esoteric point, and I hope you’ll bring me some of this cheese.”

Read the rest @ YANKEE POT ROAST

dfwforever:

David Foster Wallace and Gromit

By Michael Ward

Gromit sits in an old armchair knitting a scarf with a bone pattern on it.

David Foster Wallace sits in a second old armchair reading theEvening Post, ironically. His facial expression can best be described as ‘withering neutrality.’ Quaint-sounding music is tinkling out of a quaint-looking radio in a not un-quaint sort of way.

D.F.W.: And but so I think I’ll go get some cheese, Gromit.

Gromit: …

Gromit raises eyebrows as if to say, “Oh, will you?”

D.F.W.: Yes, indeed, Gromit. It’s time for cheese. And not cheese in, like, the capital-C Cheese kind—the kind that you’d expect to find in some farcically smelling fromagerie on the left bank of the Seine about two clicks east of the Sorbonne on a rainy Sunday that seems to encapsulate the entire history of French intellectualism [sic] —but more of like some good old-fashioned American über-processed cheddar that is almost less cheese than just plain representation of the entire super-structure of American culture.

Gromit: …

Gromit lowers one eyebrow as if to say, “I understand your unnecessarily esoteric point, and I hope you’ll bring me some of this cheese.”



Read the rest @ YANKEE POT ROAST

01:51 am, reblogged from Forever DFW* by fauxboheme7 notes

06:48 pm, by fauxboheme

Now that’s what I call packaging design. These aren’t books, they’re chocolates. Gooey, luxurious chocolates.  They’re sold over at Vosges Chocolate in SoHo, in case you fellas out there want to know how to win a nerd girl over.

Now that’s what I call packaging design. These aren’t books, they’re chocolates. Gooey, luxurious chocolates.  They’re sold over at Vosges Chocolate in SoHo, in case you fellas out there want to know how to win a nerd girl over.

02:09 am, by fauxboheme

Did you know that some actors turn down roles?
Zack Galifianakis to Bruce Willis

01:39 am, by fauxboheme

New Photo

That’s right. New photo in which I’m super pumped about life, apparently.

01:18 am, by fauxboheme