Classic Bauhaus Designs, Reimagined In Food →
The Bauhaus was active for a scant 14 years—from 1919 to its closing in 1933—but its influence continues to haunt design. An incubator for interdisciplinary design and study, the Bauhaus that we all know and shell out top currency for is the Bauhaus of the mid-1920s, when the curriculum adopted a technocratic bent that extolled the virtues of machine forms and of mechanical...
AZEALIA BANKS: "The Declaration Of The... →
azealiabanks: by John Perry Barlow Governments of the Industrial World, you weary giants of flesh and steel, I come from Cyberspace, the new home of Mind. On behalf of the future, I ask you of the past to leave us alone. You are not welcome among us. You have no sovereignty where we gather. We have no…
Nicolas Jaar - Live at RBMA x Boiler Room (46:29)
thingsandschemes: Am I the only one a little turned off by the liberal sentiment, “We’re all humans; therefore we’re all equal!” line? Sexist, racist, homophobic, and generally hateful people are not respectable in my opinion. Expressing our absolute equality creates a reality in which no one needs to change. We need a structural shift in which bigotry is no longer tolerated. The liberal...
Grief after Calamity — Unforgettable Moments →
My first post on Medium!
The Sun's not yellow it's chicken: Retarded... →
thingsandschemes: jtem: thingsandschemes: White privilege is condemning the entire religion of Islam because of a few extremists but defending Christianity’s child abusers as bad apples. Not that you care (or have a clue) but nobody piddled a kid in the name of Christ. That is the difference: Christianity wasn’t the reason, the justification for piddling anybody’s kid, but Islam was the...
"Being Introverted" by D. Keith Robinson →
Teehan+Lax | The making of Medium.com →