1. Basil Wolverton

    Basil Wolverton

    (Source: tomorrowandbeyond, via mamotretos)

  2. 17/10 

    Pixies, Hey [vinyl rip]

    12 plays
  3. Gerhard Richter

    Gerhard Richter

    (Source: mentaltimetraveller, via miguelcarlos)

  4. 16/10 

    The Reels, This Guy’s (In Love With You) [vinyl rip]

    6 plays
  5. 15/10 


    between plates V (Digesting Furnace) and VI (Hot Still)
    one of several mis-scans
    Peter Shaw, M.D. and Francis Hauksbee. An Essay for Introducing a Portable Laboratory : By Means whereof all the chemical operations are commodiously perform’d, for the purposes of philosophy, medicine, metallurgy, and a family. With sculptures. London, 1731
    Bodleian copy, digitized April 27, 2009

    one of a stunning sequence of mis-scans, in latter section of this book; by way of an engineering history post on another Hauksbee work.

    and perfection will come by degrees.
    epigram p 12

    (Source: asfaltics)

  6. 15/10 

    How To Dress Well, What You Wanted [vinyl rip]

    18 plays
  7. 19/9 


    scanning error, front flyleaf, showing links from (different?) page?
    Automotive Industries 47 (1922)
    NYPL copy, digitized July 22, 2011

    How does language hide what we’re thinking, and its specificity?
    — Paul Valéry, Cahiers / Notebooks 5 (Stimpson et al., eds., 2010) : 102

    (Source: asfaltics)

  8. Nastya Kaletkina
  9. Daisuke Yokota

    Daisuke Yokota

    (Source: colinedgington, via mythologyofblue)

  10. 16/9 

    Braco DimitrijevićThis world must not be composed of masterpieces, op.7, 

    for voice, organ, cello and French horn, 1993 [source]

    (Source: continuo-docs)

    139 plays
  11. 15/9 

    Bear In Heaven, Autumn

  12. 13/9 

    (Source: cryptomnesis)

  13. 13/9 

    Ornette Coleman (with the LSO), Sunday in America

    (Source: wallddizzy)

  14. adamferriss:  foil

    adamferriss:  foil

  15. (Source: petapeta, via cfmc)