Impulsivity and Forgetfulness

pacegallery:

"Beautifully designed and printed, the relatively small book’s yellow velvet cover has the title blind stamped on the front and has fittingly gilded edging. Even the cloud images on the end pages are overlaid with a wash of gold. This subtle attention to detail is also carried over into the work’s installation and presentation in the gallery." 

Here’s some beautiful shots of Paul Graham’s recent book, “Does Yellow Run Forever?” as featured in Paper Journal’s review. An exhibition of these works, the latest in Graham’s series, is currently on view at 510 West 25th Street, New York through October 4. 

discoverynews:

Dolphins Can Sense Magnets
Dolphins can now add magnetic sense to their already impressive resume of abilities, new research suggests.
When researchers presented the brainy cetaceans with magnetized or unmagnetized objects, the dolphins swam more quickly toward the magnets, the new study found. The animals may use their magnetic sense to navigate based on the Earth’s magnetic field, the researchers said. Read more

discoverynews:

Dolphins Can Sense Magnets

Dolphins can now add magnetic sense to their already impressive resume of abilities, new research suggests.

When researchers presented the brainy cetaceans with magnetized or unmagnetized objects, the dolphins swam more quickly toward the magnets, the new study found. The animals may use their magnetic sense to navigate based on the Earth’s magnetic field, the researchers said. Read more

nevver:

Needlework, Guacolda

bobbycaputo:

This Kerouac-Inspired Journey Through Lost America Will Make You Want To Hit the Road

Dreamcatchers, cowboy hats, flannel shirts and nostalgia are all present in Theo Gosselin’s vagabondish journey through forgotten and mystical America. In 2012, this young photographer took a road trip from Harlem to Venice beach and truly captured the essence of free spirits running wild.

“My favorite subjects are the uninhibited young people who are my friends, photos taken from the inside, in the privacy of our travels together, our adventures, our evolution in this strange world. Love, friendships, and our appropriation of nature and the urban world. Young, free and immortal.”

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