Originally Posted By itscolossal

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itscolossal:

Mobile Lovers / Banksy

So good.

The view from the office

The view from the office

Originally Posted By nevver

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nevver:

1920

History. It repeats.

I love my new view.

I love my new view.

How 10 years of Facebook design tweaks have shaped the way we behave on the Web

"Social media has always been at least a little about performance. But with the News Feed, Facebook offered users a bigger and more wide-reaching stage to perform on than ever before… The like and the notification form a hideous ouroboros of low-stakes recognition and validation that, if taken too seriously, amplify our insecurities and our egos in equal measure."

http://pando.com/2014/02/04/facebooks-real-legacy-changing-the-way-we-behave-on-and-off-the-web/

Originally Posted By fuckyeahmovieposters

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Seven by Daniel Keane

Originally Posted By p-dpa

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p-dpa:

Xerox Star 8010 Interfaces, high quality polaroids (1981)

The following are scans of high quality polaroid photographs of the screen of the Xerox Star 8010 workstation on its launch in 1981. Some of these photographs show earlier icon development.

The roots of pervasive iconography.

And the kids collectively ask, "what’s a document?"

(Source: digibarn.com)

Cafe Ladro West Seattle

Cafe Ladro West Seattle

Originally Posted By thelittlefreakazoidthatcould

thelittlefreakazoidthatcould:

Director Peter Yates and Steve McQueen photographed by Barry Feinstein, on the set of Bullitt, 1968.

Steve is a marvelous actor. He said to me on one or two occasions, ‘Don’t give me too much dialogue.’ But, of course, he dealt very well with dialogue. His reactions, his eye movements, are just extraordinary. Just watch his eyes." —Peter Yates

cool defined

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Sailor Bob

Sailor Bob

Sunrise (at Highpoint)

Sunrise (at Highpoint)

Originally Posted By parislemon

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