(Source: oxym-oron, via hallchristopher)
"nothing special that i want to say, i just came to pass the time of day"
American pop culture leaves little room for mixed feelings, thereby inciting mixed feelings every step of the way. No wonder filmmakers and TV producers like Steven Spielberg and Matthew Weiner have inserted the ambient glee of Saturday-morning cartoons and radio D.J.s gasping over sunny weather in order to conjure foreboding and suspense. The hopeful words of wisdom inscribed on a tea bag take on the weight of an omen; the funeral dirge and the bubbly pop anthem eventually start to sound like the same song. — This is one of the best things I’ve read all year. (via katherinestasaph)
Pastel zigzags by thursdayschild79
Jonathan McCabe/ Flowpi Book/ 2013
Zip, Dance Under the Blue Moon, 2002.01.19 [right-click to DL] -
Thirty-four minutes: a bracing dip into the minimal ocean.