nickdrake:

Alfred Hitchcock (or rather, a dummy of Hitchcock) floating down the River Thames “Frenzy” 1972.

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ghstng:

s̶lide

ghstng:

s̶lide

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Apartments in Hong Kong

Apartments in Hong Kong

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What a strange illusion it is to suppose that beauty is goodness.
Leo Tolstoy, Anna Karenina (via murmurrs)

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wmud:

carson lundin and shaw - manufacturers hanover trust, operations center, new york, 1966

wmud:

carson lundin and shaw - manufacturers hanover trust, operations center, new york, 1966

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Had the people in the 1950s had been asked, “Do you want your taxes to go to development of the kind of technology that will allow your grandchildren to have iPads or do you want your taxes to go into a livable society? Health care, education, places where people can have decent lives? And so on. What would people have decided? Well, whatever the answer was, they didn’t have an answer because they never had a choice. They were told, “You have to pay taxes for the Pentagon because the Russians are coming and the Chinese are coming.” And it turns out that they were paying their taxes so that their grandchildren could have an iPod and Steve Jobs could get rich. Well, that’s the way the whole society works, but you don’t read about that.
Noam Chomsky (via azspot)

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decolonizingmedia:

The Tar Sands

This is what we’re up against.

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