To any of my followers wondering where I am: I’ve had some business to take care of (still do) and won’t be back on here until the end of August or so. So I’m just checking in and letting you all know I’m alive. Or am I?

relicanth:

The Decemberists - July, July!

July, July, July
It never seemed so strange

Sonic Youth w/ Lydia Lunch - Death Valley ‘69

suicidewatch:

Kim Gordon and Lydia Lunch, 1986

(Source: Flickr / franzwalsch)

diatomdiatom:

Blue by Kiriko Nananan

diatomdiatom:

Blue by Kiriko Nananan

(via inu1941-1966)

baseballcardvandals:

Drinkin’ potion and stackin’ rupees.

baseballcardvandals:

Drinkin’ potion and stackin’ rupees.

practicalparanoia:

Joe Gaetjens, 1950 World Cup

practicalparanoia:

Joe Gaetjens, 1950 World Cup

Josh Rouse  - Love Vibration

(Source: littlemisslulubelle)

thegetty:

June 28, 1914. Archduke Franz Ferdinand is assassinated in Sarajevo, launching a fateful cascade of events that would lead to the first mechanized world war. In “the war to end all wars,” weapons were not only tanks and bayonets, but also images and words.

War of images, images of war comes to our galleries November 18.

The Devil’s Bagpipes, lithograph in Kartinki—voina russkikh s nemtsami, 1914.
The Trench, Félix Vallotton. In C’est la guerre!, 1915–16, pl. 1. 
Our toy. The Villainous Kaiser Wilhelm, Paul Iribe. Cover of Le mot 1, no. 4 (January 2, 1915). The Getty Research Institute