If you had a single flaw,
You just could not last forever, could you?
You just could not last for me
Listening to the last four songs of In the Pit of the Stomach will cure you of anything.
hello everyone —
thanks to the wonderful suggestion by lowlightmixes, we now have a spotify playlist of all of our posted songs (that are available)!
the playlist clocks in at a whopping 25 hours and 19 minutes, and consists of 678 songs. it was painstakingly compiled by own very own Amanda ( wheeliedogs ), and in one sitting too (!). she is a superhero.
the song order is by date posted, with the most recent song being at the top. it’s probably best listened to on shuffle. as always, we hope the music can add another dimension to your night driving (or internet browsing) experience.
thanks for following!
Now we have a Spotify playlist, and it’s massive :)
Knights Of Sidonia: Tsugumori versus Benisuzume
The latest anime I’ve been watching and gawking over.
Re-brand for Anchor, a Fashion Sales Agency based in Melbourne. Outcomes acheived thus far include business cards, website and showroom signage. Business cards letterpress printed on Wild 450gsm.
Mason Jar Music presents…My Brightest Diamond, “Dreaming Awake”
Photographer Donna Dotan created these dazzling, symmetrical images by photographing the reflections in Manhattan skyscrapers.
In a recent interview, Donna wrote, “I’d always thought that New York City had already been photographed from every point of view. But the beauty of photography is that there’s always a new perspective to be discovered.”
via Design Taxi
Photographer David Johnson shot these flower-esque photos of fireworks!
If you’re wondering how, The Atlantic went ahead and asked him! Here’s what he said:
The way I captured the photos was actually pretty simple… it just required good timing. Having the camera in Bulb mode (exposure is as long as I hold down the shutter) was key.
I put the camera out of focus and would start an exposure when I could see the fireworks going up. Once they exploded, I quickly refocused the camera.
This created an effect of blobbed/out of focus light that slowly converges into fine points. Makes a regular explosion look like a deep sea creature!
via The Atlantic (Thanks, Billy!)