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    fastcompany:

    Some Hero Made The Entire “Simpsons” Town of Springfield Out Of Lego

    As The Simpsons begins its marathon on FXX and Lego continues its renaissance year, a big fan combined his passions into a Lego Springfield.

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    guardian:

Fan Ho is one of Asia’s most beloved street photographers, capturing the spirit of Hong Kong in the 1950s and 60s. His work shows a love of people combined with unexpected, geometric constructions and a sense of drama heightened by use of smoke and light. More
Approaching Shadow, 1954. Photo: Fan Ho/AO Vertical Art Space

    guardian:

    Fan Ho is one of Asia’s most beloved street photographers, capturing the spirit of Hong Kong in the 1950s and 60s. His work shows a love of people combined with unexpected, geometric constructions and a sense of drama heightened by use of smoke and light. More

    Approaching Shadow, 1954. Photo: Fan Ho/AO Vertical Art Space

    (Source: theguardian.com)

    — 1 week ago with 2601 notes
    fastcompany:

Over the past decade, categories such as yogurt, chocolate, and juice have made this leap from commodity to mass delicacy. Some consumers no longer blanch at a $9 bar of chocolate half the size of a Snickers or $11 for a cold-pressed juice. Not only have these become the fastest-growing segments in their respective categories, they’ve created multimillion-dollar markets that never before existed. Greek yogurt was an obscure 1% of U.S. yogurt sales in 2007. Then Chobani entered the scene, luring consumers away from their sugary-sweet Yoplaits. Now Greek yogurt accounts for 40% of the $7.4 billion U.S. yogurt market, while industry heavyweights like Danone and General Mills are racing to catch up.
Coffee crusaders are convinced that they are on the verge of a similar disruption, and they’ve got deep-pocketed investors cheering them on. After Starbucks’s 20-year reign as coffee’s dominant force, this once fringe group is launching a culinary, cultural, and financial battle to get a piece of the $30 billion U.S. coffee market.
These are the purists who aim to persuade us to convert our morning ritual to a $7 cup of black gold.
Meet the minds behind your coffee

    fastcompany:

    Over the past decade, categories such as yogurt, chocolate, and juice have made this leap from commodity to mass delicacy. Some consumers no longer blanch at a $9 bar of chocolate half the size of a Snickers or $11 for a cold-pressed juice. Not only have these become the fastest-growing segments in their respective categories, they’ve created multimillion-dollar markets that never before existed. Greek yogurt was an obscure 1% of U.S. yogurt sales in 2007. Then Chobani entered the scene, luring consumers away from their sugary-sweet Yoplaits. Now Greek yogurt accounts for 40% of the $7.4 billion U.S. yogurt market, while industry heavyweights like Danone and General Mills are racing to catch up.

    Coffee crusaders are convinced that they are on the verge of a similar disruption, and they’ve got deep-pocketed investors cheering them on. After Starbucks’s 20-year reign as coffee’s dominant force, this once fringe group is launching a culinary, cultural, and financial battle to get a piece of the $30 billion U.S. coffee market.

    These are the purists who aim to persuade us to convert our morning ritual to a $7 cup of black gold.

    Meet the minds behind your coffee

    — 1 week ago with 30 notes
    Pop Music, Explained →

    newyorker:

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    Sarah Larson reviews Bob Stanley’s “Yeah! Yeah! Yeah!: The Story of Pop Music from Bill Haley to Beyoncé”:

    Stanley, a British music journalist and co-founder of the pop group Saint Etienne, loves pop and has a deep, knowing respect for it. His book is comprehensive—some six hundred…

    (Source: newyorker.com)

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    "You just hold your head high and keep those fists down. No matter what anyone says to you, don’t let ‘em get your goat. Try fighting with your head for a change…it’s a good one, even if it does resist learning."

    — Atticus Finch (To Kill a Mockingbird, Harper Lee)

    25 Great Pieces of Life Advice From Literature

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    good:

Satirical Cartoons Display Global Problems

    good:

    Satirical Cartoons Display Global Problems

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    cosmic-darkness:

    This is the kinda beautiful shit i desperately need in my room.

    Someone come paint my walls like this. I’ll pay you in cookies and high fives

    but wow, what a great use of space these rooms have

    WHERE CAN I HIRE THIS ARTIST

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    visualgraphc:

    Gelato System by Tom Jueris

    (Source: behance.net)

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