Tim Armstrong may be my one true love (the husband knows, it’s okay), but Trent Reznor‘s voice and lyrics do stuff to me. I listened to a lot of NIN in college. I’ve been listening to NIN a lot over the last few weeks. It’s easier to write smutty stuff with a good soundtrack, you know? It certainly doesn’t hurt that Reznor seems to have taken fashion tips from Rob Halford and George Michael.
I had the privilege and the pleasure of meeting with the group responsible for Reverse Entropy this weekend for really cool professional reasons and it’s all so incredibly exciting my friends are probably sick of hearing about it. For now, I just want to mention that they have a Facebook and, best of all you can get Regolith on Amazon.
I got two new tattoos today. I haven’t had a new one since May of 2009, so they were long due. The husband found a great artist in a great studio here in town, so I asked about having work done, too, and because what I wanted (just words) was so simple, his apprentice did them for me. I love them. In honor of them, I’m sharing the tattoo ideas search on Pinterest. I went through pages and pages of the search to decide on the final placement and get the font idea. I feel… so much better. I feel like me again. Some people get massages, I guess, and some people get tattoos.
In honor of tomorrow’s total solar eclipse, today’s inspiration comes to us from NASA’s Image & Video Library. Space is terrifying and beautiful.
The MCAD Library on Flickr has some incredible pictures. First, I checked out Art of the Poster 1880 – 1918, but I ended up staring at the flint knife for so long my screensaver kicked on, and the modern amate bark paper is beautiful.
Did you guys know about this place?
Look at these photos.
Anyone need a book cover? A header image? Some way to grab readers’ attention? This place is amazing.
Jaime Beechum, road trip photographer extraordinaire. Just… wow.