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Edition 39 of What’s really there versus what I see. I couldn’t accurately answer this question without my suggestions being incorrectly improved.

Edition 39 of What’s really there versus what I see.

I couldn’t accurately answer this question without my suggestions being incorrectly improved.


Posted Tuesday, June 17th (∞). (Available in higher resolution.)
look for more: whatisee, netflix,
Someone beat me to it. Best comparison.

Someone beat me to it. Best comparison.


Found via flaskinkaptain. Posted Monday, February 3rd (∞).
look for more: Great Mouse Detective, Sherlock, whatisee,
Edition 38 of What’s really there versus what I see.
Illustration by Carla Diacov
Still from The Fisher King

Edition 38 of What’s really there versus what I see.

Illustration by Carla Diacov

Still from The Fisher King


Posted Friday, September 20th (∞). (Available in higher resolution.)
look for more: whatisee, The Fisher King, illustration, film,
Posting mostly for the wordplay in the name but partly because it’s cheese related. You can see this at the MFA Boston right now.
hoveringcat:

Mona Hatoum was born in Beirut, Lebanon and now lives and works in London.
This piece is called ‘Grater Divide’ (2002) - the sculpture takes the form of a grater/room divider. I imagine there’s something quite unsettling about seeing a grater this large in real life.

Posting mostly for the wordplay in the name but partly because it’s cheese related. You can see this at the MFA Boston right now.

hoveringcat:

Mona Hatoum was born in Beirut, Lebanon and now lives and works in London.

This piece is called ‘Grater Divide’ (2002) - the sculpture takes the form of a grater/room divider. I imagine there’s something quite unsettling about seeing a grater this large in real life.


Found via hoveringcat. Posted Monday, June 10th (∞). (Available in higher resolution.)
look for more: mfa boston, art, cheese,
Edition 37 of What’s really there versus what I see.
annstreetstudio:

I can’t wait for LoveGold’s runway show today at 3pm at Hotel du Cap (see my love story about that place here) with amfAR in Cannes! It’s promised to be a golden moment! 
You can watch live at 3pm EST here and see the collaboration I did with fashion illustrator Katie Rodgers with a few of the pieces from today’s show!

What I Saw:

Edition 37 of What’s really there versus what I see.

annstreetstudio:

I can’t wait for LoveGold’s runway show today at 3pm at Hotel du Cap (see my love story about that place here) with amfAR in Cannes! It’s promised to be a golden moment! 

You can watch live at 3pm EST here and see the collaboration I did with fashion illustrator Katie Rodgers with a few of the pieces from today’s show!

What I Saw:


Found via annstreetstudio. Posted Thursday, May 23rd (∞). (Available in higher resolution.)
look for more: whatisee,
BFFs
Dashboard coincidence.

BFFs

Dashboard coincidence.


Posted Monday, March 11th (∞).
look for more: Martin Freeman, Benedict Cumberbatch, Sherlock, The Kills, Jamie Hince, Alison Mosshart,
Edition 36 of What’s really there versus what I see.
Bestsellers Cafe | "Built of Books" series by Frank Halmans
There are very expensive condos being finished overlooking the Mystic River and right above Bestsellers Cafe on the street I live off in Medford. I’m obsessed with them. I want to live above a book store.

Edition 36 of What’s really there versus what I see.

Bestsellers Cafe | "Built of Books" series by Frank Halmans

There are very expensive condos being finished overlooking the Mystic River and right above Bestsellers Cafe on the street I live off in Medford. I’m obsessed with them. I want to live above a book store.


Posted Friday, March 8th (∞). (Available in higher resolution.)
look for more: whatisee, books, home,
katespencer:

anthonyking:

Just looked at my Google calendar for this weekend— Kate’s calendar is in orange. Mine is in blue. #priorities

Today in: my family.

katespencer:

anthonyking:

Just looked at my Google calendar for this weekend— Kate’s calendar is in orange. Mine is in blue. #priorities

Today in: my family.


Found via katespencer. Posted Thursday, March 7th (∞). (Available in higher resolution.)
look for more: whatisee,

Pierrot le Fou (1965) directed by Jean Luc Godard and Moonrise Kingdom (2012) directed by Wes Anderson

(original posting here)

Found via filmprojections. Posted Wednesday, March 6th (∞).
look for more: whatisee,
Edition 35 of What’s really there versus what I see.
Jaume de Laiguana | Maddie

Edition 35 of What’s really there versus what I see.

Jaume de Laiguana | Maddie


Posted Monday, February 18th (∞). (Available in higher resolution.)
look for more: maddiethecoonhound, dogs, photography, whatisee,

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