steakboarder:

"I don’t know who shot this. But it’s epic. Dune, Chris Pastras, Steve Robert, Jason Lee, Felix, Gonz, at Gonz’s old house in HB.”

- Ed Templeton’s Polaroid collection

very important

icouldjustleavemybodyforthenight:

little-trouble-grrrl:

Sofia Coppola with Spike Jonze in 1995

love this photo… I’ve always wanted to know why they split up.

icouldjustleavemybodyforthenight:

twogoyanectars:

Margaret Kilgallen

few people will ever come close in comparison

icouldjustleavemybodyforthenight:

twogoyanectars:

Margaret Kilgallen

few people will ever come close in comparison

mrlarkinlovesyou:

"I like things that are handmade and I like to see people’s hand in the world, anywhere in the world; it doesn’t matter to me where it is. And in my own work, I do everything by hand. I don’t project or use anything mechanical, because even though I do spend a lot of time trying to perfect my line work and my hand, my hand will always be imperfect because it’s human. And I think it’s the part that’s off that’s interesting, that even if I’m doing really big letters and I spend a lot of time going over the line and over the line and trying to make it straight, I’ll never be able to make it straight. From a distance it might look straight, but when you get close up, you can always see the line waver. And I think that’s where the beauty is."-Margaret Kilgallen (October 28, 1967 – June 26, 2001)
mrlarkinlovesyou:

"I like things that are handmade and I like to see people’s hand in the world, anywhere in the world; it doesn’t matter to me where it is. And in my own work, I do everything by hand. I don’t project or use anything mechanical, because even though I do spend a lot of time trying to perfect my line work and my hand, my hand will always be imperfect because it’s human. And I think it’s the part that’s off that’s interesting, that even if I’m doing really big letters and I spend a lot of time going over the line and over the line and trying to make it straight, I’ll never be able to make it straight. From a distance it might look straight, but when you get close up, you can always see the line waver. And I think that’s where the beauty is."-Margaret Kilgallen (October 28, 1967 – June 26, 2001)
mrlarkinlovesyou:

"I like things that are handmade and I like to see people’s hand in the world, anywhere in the world; it doesn’t matter to me where it is. And in my own work, I do everything by hand. I don’t project or use anything mechanical, because even though I do spend a lot of time trying to perfect my line work and my hand, my hand will always be imperfect because it’s human. And I think it’s the part that’s off that’s interesting, that even if I’m doing really big letters and I spend a lot of time going over the line and over the line and trying to make it straight, I’ll never be able to make it straight. From a distance it might look straight, but when you get close up, you can always see the line waver. And I think that’s where the beauty is."-Margaret Kilgallen (October 28, 1967 – June 26, 2001)
mrlarkinlovesyou:

"I like things that are handmade and I like to see people’s hand in the world, anywhere in the world; it doesn’t matter to me where it is. And in my own work, I do everything by hand. I don’t project or use anything mechanical, because even though I do spend a lot of time trying to perfect my line work and my hand, my hand will always be imperfect because it’s human. And I think it’s the part that’s off that’s interesting, that even if I’m doing really big letters and I spend a lot of time going over the line and over the line and trying to make it straight, I’ll never be able to make it straight. From a distance it might look straight, but when you get close up, you can always see the line waver. And I think that’s where the beauty is."-Margaret Kilgallen (October 28, 1967 – June 26, 2001)
mrlarkinlovesyou:

"I like things that are handmade and I like to see people’s hand in the world, anywhere in the world; it doesn’t matter to me where it is. And in my own work, I do everything by hand. I don’t project or use anything mechanical, because even though I do spend a lot of time trying to perfect my line work and my hand, my hand will always be imperfect because it’s human. And I think it’s the part that’s off that’s interesting, that even if I’m doing really big letters and I spend a lot of time going over the line and over the line and trying to make it straight, I’ll never be able to make it straight. From a distance it might look straight, but when you get close up, you can always see the line waver. And I think that’s where the beauty is."-Margaret Kilgallen (October 28, 1967 – June 26, 2001)

mrlarkinlovesyou:

"I like things that are handmade and I like to see people’s hand in the world, anywhere in the world; it doesn’t matter to me where it is. And in my own work, I do everything by hand. I don’t project or use anything mechanical, because even though I do spend a lot of time trying to perfect my line work and my hand, my hand will always be imperfect because it’s human. And I think it’s the part that’s off that’s interesting, that even if I’m doing really big letters and I spend a lot of time going over the line and over the line and trying to make it straight, I’ll never be able to make it straight. From a distance it might look straight, but when you get close up, you can always see the line waver. And I think that’s where the beauty is."-Margaret Kilgallen (October 28, 1967 – June 26, 2001)

toalltheshirtsivelovedbefore:

Ed Templeton and Sonic Youth. Two of my favorites rolled into one. This is from the Toy Machine video Welcome To Hell which is the last video I watched non stop and wore the tape out from rewinding and playing over and over. Loved this part and still do. Saw a demo at Intensity skates in Maryland and Ed had drawn a couple things on a kids shirt that was STOKED and I asked him to draw me something up which he kindly did. I need to dig that up. It’s small on the back of a flier and just a quick doodle but that meant the world to me even as one of the older kids at the demo.


On the set of Beginners

On the set of Beginners

On the set of Beginners

Chloë Sevigny and Harmony Korine ©

(via directors-gone-wild)