anarchydiver:

The reason why the room was pink was because on black and white film, hues of red become dark shades of black. Pink is the perfect balance to give it that dark creepy grey.
PHOTOGRAPHY BITCHES

anarchydiver:

The reason why the room was pink was because on black and white film, hues of red become dark shades of black. Pink is the perfect balance to give it that dark creepy grey.

PHOTOGRAPHY BITCHES

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— 1 week ago with 157696 notes
Future Islands - Singles →

Can’t stop listening to this album.

— 1 week ago
tastefullyoffensive:

Maslow’s Modern Hierarchy of Needs [x]

tastefullyoffensive:

Maslow’s Modern Hierarchy of Needs [x]

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— 1 week ago with 68226 notes
theatlantic:

Sweden: The New Laboratory for a Six-Hour Work Day

Corn-flake capitalism has come to Sweden.
In 1930, in the throes of the Great Depression, cereal magnate W.K. Kellogg decided to conduct an experiment. He replaced the three daily eight-hour shifts at his plant in Battle Creek, Michigan with four six-hour shifts. The results? The company hired hundreds of new people, production costs plummeted, and employees operated more efficiently, learning to prioritize leisure over work. Vestiges of the system remained in place until 1985.
Now the Swedish city of Gothenburg is considering a similar experiment. The governing coalition has proposed a year-long trial that would divide some municipal workers into a test and control group at the same pay rate, with the test group working six-hour days and the control group working the traditional eight. (It’s unclear how, or if, a lunch break will factor into the scheme.)
"We’ll compare the two afterwards and see how they differ," Mats Pilhem, city councilor and Left Party member, told The Local. “We hope to get the staff members taking fewer sick days and feeling better mentally and physically after they’ve worked shorter days.” He added that increased efficiency at the workplace could create more jobs in Gothenburg. The opposition Moderate Party, for its part, has accused Sweden’s crusading six-hourers of trying to drum up votes ahead of elections.
Read more. [Image: Arjan Richter]

theatlantic:

Sweden: The New Laboratory for a Six-Hour Work Day

Corn-flake capitalism has come to Sweden.

In 1930, in the throes of the Great Depression, cereal magnate W.K. Kellogg decided to conduct an experiment. He replaced the three daily eight-hour shifts at his plant in Battle Creek, Michigan with four six-hour shifts. The results? The company hired hundreds of new people, production costs plummeted, and employees operated more efficiently, learning to prioritize leisure over work. Vestiges of the system remained in place until 1985.

Now the Swedish city of Gothenburg is considering a similar experiment. The governing coalition has proposed a year-long trial that would divide some municipal workers into a test and control group at the same pay rate, with the test group working six-hour days and the control group working the traditional eight. (It’s unclear how, or if, a lunch break will factor into the scheme.)

"We’ll compare the two afterwards and see how they differ," Mats Pilhem, city councilor and Left Party member, told The Local. “We hope to get the staff members taking fewer sick days and feeling better mentally and physically after they’ve worked shorter days.” He added that increased efficiency at the workplace could create more jobs in Gothenburg. The opposition Moderate Party, for its part, has accused Sweden’s crusading six-hourers of trying to drum up votes ahead of elections.

Read more. [Image: Arjan Richter]

— 1 week ago with 180 notes

The Alnwick Poison Garden is pretty much what you’d think it is: a garden full of plants that can kill you (among many other things). Some of the plants are so dangerous that they have to be kept behind bars. [x]

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— 2 weeks ago with 185390 notes
touchtouch:

shihlun:

Man Ray.  Animated Tribute.
Orig: Man Ray - Indestructible Object (1923), editioned replica 1965. 
dojo.electrickettle.fr

man ray o o o o

touchtouch:

shihlun:

Man Ray.  Animated Tribute.

Orig: Man Ray - Indestructible Object (1923), editioned replica 1965.

dojo.electrickettle.fr

man ray o o o o

(Source: thesingingcanary, via kchung-news)

— 2 weeks ago with 6525 notes
Hey guys!

Hey guys!

— 2 weeks ago
Glad other people are willing to admit this too.

Glad other people are willing to admit this too.

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— 2 weeks ago with 23986 notes

gemmafemma:

From my Limited Edition zine You Don’t Know Me, made for Sticky Institute’s Feed The Animals 2014 (now all sold out, sorry!)

More of my zines and artwork on my Etsy store <3 <3 <3

www.gemmaflack.com

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