Photoshopped celebs in ordinary parties.
These are actually really awesome.
Retro Arcade Photographs
Photos taken by Ira Nowinksi documenting various arcades in the Bay Area from 1981 to 1982, which are now available for your viewing pleasure (around 700 photos in total) at Stanford University Libraries. Look at dat power stance. You are not properly playing a game unless your feet are at least a yard apart. It’s optimal positioning in cases of mind being blown.
Sometimes, deep down, Lanny found his acceptance oddly dissatisfying.
I carved a punkin today you guyz. ¡cloudcult!
I would like to love ya,
I sure would treat ya right.
We could take the trash out
Every Thursday night.
We could be a family,
Consume many goods.
We could be the pillars
Of the neighborhood.
I cannot sleep.
I cannot think.
I cannot dream.
oh my god, what are you doing, Michael. STOP IT. STOOOP. YOU’RE MAKING YOURSELF LOOK LIKE A FOOOOOOOOOOL
I fucking found him! (x)
Pixel City by Atelier Olschinsky
Seen from afar, our towns and sprawling cities could easily be confused for a pixelated landscape or perhaps a giant circuit board, wiring we humans together. Atelier’s Pixel City explores civilization as component, a vector in the latticework of progress.
“That moment when you want to talk to someone, but you can’t, so you don’t, because all that would come out is [scribbles]. Yeah. It’s not fun”
Made this today. Couldn’t be any more true.
Obsolete in Nature by David Ellingsen
Where does our obsolete technology go when it dies? David Ellingsen suggests that it returns to the wilds from whence it came, reintegrating itself into the natural world in one last ditch effort to remain relevant.
Things that are portrayed as weak and lame but in reality can probably beat the shit out of you and steal your lunch money then spend it on candy: