deadbodying:

The king is dead

Graceland.

deadbodying:

The king is dead

Graceland.

toynbeetiles:

Broadway & Bond, NYC

toynbeetiles:

Broadway & Bond, NYC

We strapped a camera to my dog at work today. It was super fun.

Pass this doorway every night walking the dog and I just love it. (Taken with Instagram)

Pass this doorway every night walking the dog and I just love it. (Taken with Instagram)

jstn:

Escape From New York:

As Snake pilots the glider into the city there are three screens on his control panel displaying wireframe animations of the landing target on the World Trade Center and surrounding buildings. What appears on those screens was not computer generated. Carpenter wanted hi-tech computer graphics which were very expensive at the time, even for such a simple animation. To get the animation he wanted the effects crew filmed the miniature model set of New York City they used for other scenes under black light with reflective tape placed along every edge of the model buildings. Only the tape is visible and appears to be a 3D wireframe animation.

Awesome.

Pretty much the best video on youtube.

Dude on a tugboat off of Staten Island almost got struck by lightening the other morning. 

Charlie!
(via Instagram)

Charlie!

(via Instagram)

maaaaalfunction:

BLACK FLAG crowd at the 9:30 club, i spot a guy named Henry in there….

maaaaalfunction:

BLACK FLAG crowd at the 9:30 club, i spot a guy named Henry in there….

amplific:

Monument practicing “This Is 113” in MA and generally being weird and then B-Rad does the Bernie and Anton is stupid and we all laugh.

Love this band.

Mister Rogers went onstage to accept the award — and there, in front of all the soap opera stars and talk show sinceratrons, in front of all the jutting man-tanned jaws and jutting saltwater bosoms, he made his small bow and said into the microphone, “All of us have special ones who have loved us into being. Would you just take, along with me, ten seconds to think of the people who have helped you become who you are. Ten seconds of silence.”

And then he lifted his wrist, looked at the audience, looked at his watch, and said, “I’ll watch the time.” There was, at first, a small whoop from the crowd, a giddy, strangled hiccup of laughter, as people realized that he wasn’t kidding, that Mister Rogers was not some convenient eunuch, but rather a man, an authority figure who actually expected them to do what he asked. And so they did. One second, two seconds, three seconds — and now the jaws clenched, and the bosoms heaved, and the mascara ran, and the tears fell upon the beglittered gathering like rain leaking down a crystal chandelier. And Mister Rogers finally looked up from his watch and said softly “May God be with you,” to all his vanquished children.

Tom Junod, on Fred Rogers’ accepting the Lifetime Achievement Award at the 1997 Emmys  (via cityography)

(via eoporto)

banquetsamerica:

About to podcast with Frank and Erik. (Taken with Instagram)

banquetsamerica:

About to podcast with Frank and Erik. (Taken with Instagram)

Erik Price's hand-picked internet.

view archive



100 Movies

Ask me anything