Apologies for the hiatus. We Buy White Albums, an installation of as many copies of the Beatles’ LP as can be found / related, 4,667 ‘Jerry Maguire’ videos and counting / the New York City Transit Authority Graphics Standards Manual (via Daniel Gray) / Ethyl Gasoline Ads “– and there is a powerful difference, too,…”. Related, the link between lead and crime / Sadly, this is not The Onion. Real news you wished was fake / related, six terrible laws proposed this month / the music of Atom Delta (via MeFi) / fantastically absurd ‘horological machine’ designed by Maximillian Büsser, featuring what looks like a water-skiing panda / Branch, ‘Britain, Representation, and Nineteenth-Century History’ / the art of Yang Yongliang, vast illustrated cityscapes (via MeFi) / House of Berliot, a weblog / Ill Seen, Ill Said, a weblog.
Heliopolis, once a new town, now a suburb of Cairo, was once considered “the Clapham Junction of the Empire air routes” / the story of a Saab that was never to be / The Cure – Live in Japan, 1984 / Cramped Hong Kong Apartments from Above (via MeFi). Sort of related, Caro Boulton’s photographic series ‘Under the Bed‘, ‘a collection of photographs of a series of disparate objects connected to each other by their individual relationships to close family and friends’.
Favorite Worst Movies / neat little British Library animations / Heathers, full movie / Giant Crumpled Paper Drops From The Sky, Lands On Hill In New Zealand / ‘Map depicts the most frequently-cited location where a Missed Connection occurred, by region. All data are based on each state’s 100 most recent Missed Connections posted on Craigslist at the time of data collection’.