Pani Wan Kenobi

stayteoftheart:

sirmitchell:

Every SUPER to date, in chronological order. 

Just stared at this for so long that I could see the silhouette when I closed my eyes. Looking forward to meeting Mike Mitchell at Thought Bubble.

stayteoftheart:

sirmitchell:

Every SUPER to date, in chronological order. 

Just stared at this for so long that I could see the silhouette when I closed my eyes. Looking forward to meeting Mike Mitchell at Thought Bubble.

mrhowardroark:

John Hancock Center, Chicago, IL
Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1968
photo by Ezra Stoller
now, that’s a framework.

mrhowardroark:

John Hancock Center, Chicago, IL

Skidmore, Owings & Merrill, 1968

photo by Ezra Stoller

now, that’s a framework.

newspeedwayboogie:

“The quality of the analog sound made you feel as if music was being blown through your body. It was propelled through your pores, and tickled the brain, reverberating in the bones, becoming an ear worm before leaving and passing on, each moment like that, one following the next. There was a physical feeling of the music that no modern digitized system has ever come close to replicating.” Nan Waldman, on the Dead’s Wall of Sound, pictured above

newspeedwayboogie:

The quality of the analog sound made you feel as if music was being blown through your body. It was propelled through your pores, and tickled the brain, reverberating in the bones, becoming an ear worm before leaving and passing on, each moment like that, one following the next. There was a physical feeling of the music that no modern digitized system has ever come close to replicating.” Nan Waldman, on the Dead’s Wall of Sound, pictured above