Le ouistiti est dans la place

evgenymorozov:

Perspectives on Politics (2011), 9 : pp 897-900 (original)

Evgeny Morozov, Stanford University

The Digital Origins of Dictatorships and Democracy: Information Technology and Political Islam. By Philip Howard. New York: Oxford University Press, 2010. 304p. $17.20.

Philip Howard’s important…

2fromboxdesign:

Odin.
THOR fanart. Based on movie poster.Done with Ai, Ps and wacom

2fromboxdesign:

Odin.

THOR fanart. Based on movie poster.

Done with Ai, Ps and wacom

rarariot:

Awesome photos from our show at the El Rey Theatre last week…

Photo Cred: Ernesto Velasco, Thanks dude!

wowgreat:

MOVING IMAGES CMYK Embroidery | Evelin Kasikov

wowgreat:

MOVING IMAGES CMYK Embroidery | Evelin Kasikov

toryburch:

S is for Sketches. By André Studios, 1930-1941.
Vintage fashion sketches — we could look at them all day, on display in the digital library created by The New York Public Library and FIT Archives.

toryburch:

S is for Sketches. By André Studios, 1930-1941.

Vintage fashion sketches — we could look at them all day, on display in the digital library created by The New York Public Library and FIT Archives.

sixand5:

(via Photography by Christopher Bush « SIXAND5 – Inspiration webzine)
rarariot:

Check out this awesome article on MTV Hive highlighting some awesome bands / awesome tattoos / and awesome tattoo artists!

rarariot:

Check out this awesome article on MTV Hive highlighting some awesome bands / awesome tattoos / and awesome tattoo artists!

Surprise Show in NYC tomorrow!

rarariot:

Dear NYC fans,

We leave on Tuesday to record a new album and want to play you some new songs before we go. Tomorrow night (Monday) we will be playing at the Rock Shop in Brooklyn (http://www.therockshopny.com/). Doors at 8pm, show at 9pm.
Tickets are $10 and all proceeds will be donated to the Willie Mae Rock Camp for Girls. Show is 21+. 

See ya tomorrow!

Ra Ra Riot

rarariot:

Milo hard at work

rarariot:

Milo hard at work

rarariot:

It’s pretty rare to come across a record that is genuinely exciting and inspiring; one that’s refreshingly idiosyncratic and yet un-self-conciously accessible; one who’s decided lack of pretension and pomp belies some awe-inspiring musicianship. But these were the exact impressions I had when Milo first introduced me to Delicate Steve’s Wondervisions. 

A few months later, we excitedly asked Steve and his band to accompany us on our  fall tour, which unofficially kicked off with a show in Brooklyn’s Prospect Park. For that show, we arranged a cover of Steve Winwood’s “Valerie”, and asked Steve (Marion) if he’d be interested in playing the solo. He obliged, showed up at soundcheck, and tore it up. We had such a blast playing it that night that it became a somewhat regular fixture on our setlist for that tour, and after the tour was over, we decided to record it.

Steve’s such a great player, and his enthusiasm and overall energy is intoxicating. Being able to collaborate with him - both on stage and in the studio - was a ton of fun for us, and I’m glad this split now exists as a testament to that. Aside from his bitching solo on “Valerie”, we provided some accompaniment (bass, violin, keys and percussion) on his cover of Brian Eno’s “The Big Ship”, which was recorded completely live and provides the perfect counterpoint to Valerie. 

Check it out!

- Mat

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