I found that I have to download OS X Mavericks to get iBooks on my Mac. (Internet has all the answers!) For months I’ve been wondering why iBooks was not available for me when Apple said it was now available. #exasperatedLATEsigh
Paige Smith of A Common Name Studio plants what she calls “urban geodes” throughout major cities. She utilizes building holes and pipes to house her artwork, created by paper and resin.
"You might go hunting for treasures, but you generally happen upon them during your adventures or casual interaction with the environment," Smith says on her website. If you live in one of the areas Smith has visited, be on the lookout for these gems—and perhaps be reminded to lookout for the unexpected treasures in your own life.
Kate Spade wallet arrived yesterday. Not as slim as I hoped it would be with cards and cash inside. I LOVE THE COLOR THOUGH!
Britney n Jamie Lynn Spears’ duet on Brit’s new album “Chillin’ with you”
Sibling duets are so cute.
I can never stop posting this. The narrow minded bible fanatics that just look at one small thing in the bible then feed the world with their hate over it. At the same time they ignore all the other silly laws made by man they claimed were made by god. These gif’s say it all.
New Yorkers — and street art enthusiasts around the globe — woke up to a harsh (if inevitable) surprise Tuesday: 5Pointz Aerosol Art Center, the 200,000-square-foot space in Long Island City that showcased the work of the world’s most talented graffiti artists, had been painted white overnight. A coworker who rode the elevated 7 train yesterday morning reports passengers audibly gasping as it passed 5Pointz. Speaking to The New York Times, the buildings’ owner, Jerry Wolkoff, claimed the abrupt whitewashing was not only an attempt to avoid confrontation but also an act of mercy preferable to destroying the artwork little by little. “I am telling you, I did not like what they did — I loved what they did,” he told the paper. “I cried this morning, I swear to you.”
Whoever you see as the heroes and villains of this story — and even if you’re not convinced that its closing is a bad thing — 5Pointz was a unique and revolutionary New York art space, and a place worth remembering. Luckily, its purposely ephemeral works of art have been exhaustively documented; this week, just about everyone seems to have a great shot or 90 to share. Join us in commemorating 5Pointz through these beautiful photos of its buildings, sourced both from Flickr and Flavorpill Media’s own staff, and the artworks for which they provided a canvas.