John the Monkey
cyclocosm:

wtfkits:

#Repost from @astroross but still want full zip @prendas —- S.PELLEGRINO - Bright jersey
#jersey #cyclingjersey #cycling #cyclingkit #outsideisfree #orange

I’m kinda into quarter-zip sometimes. I can’t quite justify it to myself, but the itch is there. 
3/4 zip is obviously still a no-go at all times.

Seen this @prendas S.Pellegrino jersey in the flesh, it is REALLY nice.

cyclocosm:

wtfkits:

#Repost from @astroross but still want full zip @prendas —- S.PELLEGRINO - Bright jersey

#jersey #cyclingjersey #cycling #cyclingkit #outsideisfree #orange

I’m kinda into quarter-zip sometimes. I can’t quite justify it to myself, but the itch is there. 

3/4 zip is obviously still a no-go at all times.

Seen this @prendas S.Pellegrino jersey in the flesh, it is REALLY nice.

austinkleon:

Edward Gorey’s covers for Doubleday Anchor Paperbacks

From goreyography.com:

In April 1953, Anchor opened up a new market for paperbacks: the “serious” or academic book. They were the brainchild of twenty-five year old Jason Epstein who convinced Doubleday of the market need for such books in paper editions particularly suited for college use. Epstein’s research so impressed the Doubleday executives that they created such a line and made him editor. The format was the same as the taller mass market size (Signet, Ballantine, etc.), but higher in price: 65¢ to $1.45. Anchor was well received from the start, reaching a mass audience through trade book outlets, campus bookstores and some drugstores. And they had Edward Gorey in charge of the covers.

As art editor, Gorey was responsible for the total cover package, supplying the lettering, typography and design layouts. Often other artist contributed the actual illustration: Leonard Baskin, Milton Glaser, Philippe Julian and even Andy Warhol; but Gorey then designed the finished product lending a uniform appearance to the whole line.

Gorey worked in this capacity from 1953 until 1960, a period which roughly corresponds with Anchor’s first two hundred titles. About a fourth of these have line drawn covers by Gorey. He also designed various covers for Vintage, Capricorn, Compass and other publications that followed Anchor’s lead.

Browse a wonderful set of these covers on Flickr→

Filed under: Edward Gorey

‘Autumn Leaves’ by Miles Davis & Cannonball Adderley is my new jam.
treadlyandme:


SMIDSY


Impossible to see this and not have either the Tom and Jerry theme, or the theme from Roobarb and Custard leap into your head.https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cu0KOzunpIhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zedq1VhaS90

treadlyandme:

SMIDSY

Impossible to see this and not have either the Tom and Jerry theme, or the theme from Roobarb and Custard leap into your head.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3cu0KOzunpI

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zedq1VhaS90

timetowerk:

not all at once

timetowerk:

not all at once

‘No UFO’s (Vocal)’ by Model 500 is my new jam.
‘Life After Doomsday’ by Fimber Bravo is my new jam.