Karel Teige, Untitled (Collage, dédicacé à Toyen que j’aime), 1941.
Soothing colors, disconcerting imagery.
“Worth my Salt” by spilenka.
Recruiters — I’m worth my salt, see? Does reblogging this convince you?
I don’t like the word “quench,” but it’ll have to do. Hydrate?
Only Lovers Left Alive
Submitted by MonicaGellerB
"Good Feeling" by Violent Femmes
Hey, look, they’re more than “Blister in the Sun!” Vaguely Velvet Underground-y.
"Constant Headache" by Joyce Manor
Zis zong iz yellink at me and helpink me pack.
A for Art
A logo for the Philadelphia Museum of Art has has been designed by Pentagram’s Paula Scher.
Aiming to put ‘art’ front and centre, it features a flexible initial A that can customised to show off the museum’s collection of 227,000 items. The Museum’s typeface Avenir is customized for the new configuration.
The identity overhaul coincides with the unveiling of plans for a renewal and expansion of the Museum by architect Frank Gehry.
This is great! A is for art.