Julia Rommel

Suzanne Coporael
Tesla snags apple vp
$20 pizza oven
Anyone identify the red and black drawing? Like.
Mark Hagen screened burlap pieces
Kind of like these rain pieces (if that's what they are). the other stuff, not so much.
the Goulet joke

the ocean is broken. via sarah on fb


chicken & waffles coming to the old max fish space.

kind of cool that the studio that produced a sarah silverman pilot let her put it up on youtube. i can see why nbc would be hesitant to run with this but it had its moments of inspiration. maybe casting all her friends on her shows has its limits like her acting range. but by the end i would still have liked to see a little more. as it is she recently signed on to do a comedy on hbo with topher grace which isnt her project so will be interesting to see how well she performs outside her own insular vision.

Bowery ch, ch, ch, changes
Twirling at Ole Miss
Adventures in Dixie.

via Jim Louis
hunters moon - lunar eclipse tonight and tomorrow

neurons to nirvana. understanding psychedelic medicines.

Thus spake a member of the US House of Representatives:

"This happened and as of today the United States is willingly, knowingly, intentionally sending arms to terrorists, now what this says to me, I’m a believer in Jesus Christ, as I look at the End Times scripture, this says to me that the leaf is on the fig tree and we are to understand the signs of the times, which is your ministry, we are to understand where we are in God’s end times history. Rather than seeing this as a negative, we need to rejoice, Maranatha Come Lord Jesus, His day is at hand. And so when we see up is down and right is called wrong, when this is happening, we were told this, that these days would be as the days of Noah. We are seeing that in our time.”


mocking Mondrian

macro or micro
The surface of One: Number 31, 1950 was puzzling. Unlike Full Fathom Five, the 1947 painting in which Pollock had embedded nails, buttons, and keys, and other objects, the inclusions in One: Number 31, 1950 (like the fly that apparently settled in the black paint and got stuck there) seem the result of chance. More curious were the areas inconsistent with Pollock’s style—fussily applied, in tiny brushstrokes. This “spurious overpainting,” as Coddington puts it, was evidently added by an enigmatic restorer whose identity remains unknown. Judging by photographs, conservators date the additions to some time between 1962 and ’68.


new wes anderson flick

damn, another version of the bridge. the american one was adapted from a danish show. this is an english adaptation set on the "border" between britain and france. have no idea if its any good. just ran across it by happenstance. first episode aired tonight i think.

did you know the astor family started out as butchers? funny what you can unearth around here.