so it goes.
so it goes.

so it goes.

QAS/// it's not where you take things from, it's where you take them to.///
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Asa Smith. Celestial Illustrations from Smith’s Illustrated Astronomy. 1851. 

Wood engravings with hand highlighting, written by the principal of Public School No. 12 in New York City with the goal “to present all the distinguishing principles in physical Astronomy with as few words as possible”.

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Albert Frey, House # 2, Palm Springs, California. Frey built the house in 1964 and lived there until his death in 1998. Photos: Dan Chavkin & ShelMosk

Frey spent years measuring the movement of the sun and the contours of the rocks before he selected the site for his Modernist home, constructed of a simple steel frame with a roof that follows the slope of the mountain. An enormous boulder juts into the house, forming a partial wall. A bedroom light switch is set into the rock itself. All of the house’s furniture, including a record player, is built in. Source



Brand new prints up in my shop! - And 15% Off

I have loads of new stock in my shop - also, a few people requested larger prints so now I have some available in A4.

There’s also deals on a few of them etc etc as well as a new zine.

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My shop’s back open and this 15% off code is still valid until October 1st!

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"Where there was nature and earth, life and water, I saw a desert landscape that was unending, resembling some sort of crater, so devoid of reason and light and spirit that the mind could not grasp it on any sort of conscious level and if you came close the mind would reel backward, unable to take it in. It was a vision so clear and real and vital to me that in its purity it was almost abstract. This was what I could understand, this was how I lived my life, what I constructed my movement around, how I dealt with the tangible. This was the geography around which my reality revolved: it did not occur to me, ever, that people were good or that a man was capable of change or that the world could be a better place through one’s own taking pleasure in a feeling or a look or a gesture, of receiving another person’s love or kindness. Nothing was affirmative, the term “generosity of spirit” applied to nothing, was a cliche, was some kind of bad joke. Sex is mathematics. Individuality no longer an issue. What does intelligence signify? Define reason. Desire- meaningless. Intellect is not a cure. Justice is dead. Fear, recrimination, innocence, sympathy, guilt, waste, failure, grief, were things, emotions, that no one really felt anymore. Reflection is useless, the world is senseless. Evil is its only permanence. God is not alive. Love cannot be trusted. Surface, surface, surface, was all that anyone found meaning in…this was civilization as I saw it, colossal and jagged…"

Bret Easton Ellis

(from American Psycho. Bret Easton Ellis’ controversial classic was banned in Canada in 1991 following its publication, and was described as being, “pure trash, as scummy and mean as anything depicts…”)