kristianalouise:

Dutch artist Sebastiaan Bremer created his Schoener Goetterfunken (2010) works by messing with old family holiday photos. I get a crazy sense of nostalgia, but looking at someone elses memories??
Nice interview with him in BOMB Magazine. Particularly love this thought:

You are colored by so much all the time―the things you’ve seen before, the things you’re going to do later. It’s very hard to be in the absolute now.

kristianalouise:

Dutch artist Sebastiaan Bremer created his Schoener Goetterfunken (2010) works by messing with old family holiday photos. I get a crazy sense of nostalgia, but looking at someone elses memories??
Nice interview with him in BOMB Magazine. Particularly love this thought:

You are colored by so much all the time―the things you’ve seen before, the things you’re going to do later. It’s very hard to be in the absolute now.

kristianalouise:

Dutch artist Sebastiaan Bremer created his Schoener Goetterfunken (2010) works by messing with old family holiday photos. I get a crazy sense of nostalgia, but looking at someone elses memories??
Nice interview with him in BOMB Magazine. Particularly love this thought:

You are colored by so much all the time―the things you’ve seen before, the things you’re going to do later. It’s very hard to be in the absolute now.

kristianalouise:

Dutch artist Sebastiaan Bremer created his Schoener Goetterfunken (2010) works by messing with old family holiday photos. I get a crazy sense of nostalgia, but looking at someone elses memories??
Nice interview with him in BOMB Magazine. Particularly love this thought:

You are colored by so much all the time―the things you’ve seen before, the things you’re going to do later. It’s very hard to be in the absolute now.

kristianalouise:

Dutch artist Sebastiaan Bremer created his Schoener Goetterfunken (2010) works by messing with old family holiday photos. I get a crazy sense of nostalgia, but looking at someone elses memories??
Nice interview with him in BOMB Magazine. Particularly love this thought:

You are colored by so much all the time―the things you’ve seen before, the things you’re going to do later. It’s very hard to be in the absolute now.

kristianalouise:

Dutch artist Sebastiaan Bremer created his Schoener Goetterfunken (2010) works by messing with old family holiday photos. I get a crazy sense of nostalgia, but looking at someone elses memories??

Nice interview with him in BOMB Magazine. Particularly love this thought:

You are colored by so much all the time―the things you’ve seen before, the things you’re going to do later. It’s very hard to be in the absolute now.

More World Cup viz: At Deadspin, these grids are a useful way to visualize the possibilities of advancement beyond the group stage. Though god help you if anything lands on a gray square.

Another tremendous World Cup interactive from the New York Times, this one a field guide to fantastically excited goal calls.

The New York Times photoshopped the ball out of these World Cup photos and asks you to guess where it is. Fun!

http://projects.nytimes.com/interactive/sports/worldcup/spot-the-ball/2014/06/17

sunfoundation:

Net neutrality: Who’s for a more open Internet, who’s against it — and who’s spending the most in Washington to make their voice heard.
sunfoundation:

Net neutrality: Who’s for a more open Internet, who’s against it — and who’s spending the most in Washington to make their voice heard.
thepostcardmuseum:

[Aunt Sarah’s Pancake House, South Burlington, VT]
Aunt Sarah’s Pancake House Shelburne Road South Burlington, Vermont 05401 Route #7on Lake Champlain Hosts Uncle Nick & Aunt SaraPLACE for STEAK
thepostcardmuseum:

[Aunt Sarah’s Pancake House, South Burlington, VT]
Aunt Sarah’s Pancake House Shelburne Road South Burlington, Vermont 05401 Route #7on Lake Champlain Hosts Uncle Nick & Aunt SaraPLACE for STEAK

thepostcardmuseum:

[Aunt Sarah’s Pancake House, South Burlington, VT]

Aunt Sarah’s Pancake House
Shelburne Road
South Burlington, Vermont 05401
Route #7
on Lake Champlain
Hosts Uncle Nick & Aunt Sara
PLACE for STEAK

(via lovermont)