Archive for juni 2009

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Jeg Liker WWII Postere

juni 30, 2009

Artist: Perlin, Bernard, 1918-

Artist: Schlaikjer, Jes Wilhelm, b. 1897

Artist: Leyendecker, J. C. (Joseph Christian), 1874-1951

Litt mer WWII propagandanostalgi…

War Posters

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Tim Walker

juni 29, 2009

Tim Walker For Hermès 01

Tim Walker For Hermès

Tim Walker For Hermès

Sjelden jeg liker motefoto, men disse av Tim Walker for Hermès , som jeg heller ikke er noe særlig begeistret for, er rett og slett drøyt bra! Særlig det første er noe av det beste jeg har sett noensinne!

Her er noen til.

/Kenneth Tangnes

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MJ 1958-2009

juni 26, 2009

MJ

Sverdslukeren, Den Skjeggede Dame, Spåkona, Knivkasteren og resten av gjengen venter et sted i de evige sirkuslunder…

Michael Jackson – ‘Thriller (Instrumental)’

3:40 første moonwalk…

Aldri min favoritt, men Michael Jackson – The Man, The Myth, The Legend! Snakk om å ha publikum i sin hule hånd!

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Christoph Morlinghaus

juni 26, 2009

Noe definitivt futuristisk over arkitekturfotoene til Christoph Morlinghaus.

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Hattan New York

juni 26, 2009

Hattan - Black Watch Plaid Twill


Hattan - Black And White Glen Plaid With Blue And Gold Overplaid

Hattan New York

Ja!

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Opinel Kniver

juni 22, 2009

In 1985 the Victoria and Albert Museum in London published its “Good Design Guide”, a collection of the “100 most beautiful products in the world”. One of those honored products is the Opinel knife

Den klassiske franske lommekniven fra rundt 1895. En ‘no bullshit’-type foldekniv.

Opinel

Le Musée de l’Opinel

Litt historikk

/Kenneth Tangnes

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How To Not Fail At Life

juni 19, 2009

Et slags svar til denne posten. En lang jævel, men les den likevel! DO IT!

How To Not Fail At LifeFra ALLTID underholdende Bastard Squad.

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Feel Free Friday

juni 19, 2009

Donald Byrd – ‘The Cat Walk’

Cannonball Adderley – ‘Stars Fell on Alabama’

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Ben Watts

juni 18, 2009

The British Teddy Boy subculture is typified by young men wearing clothes inspired by the styles of the Edwardian period, which Savile Row tailors had tried to re-introduce after World War II

Teddy Boys

Brytere kødder man ikke med...

Ben Watts

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.

juni 18, 2009

Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.“The young man knows the rules, but the old man knows the exceptions.”

–Oliver Wendell Holmes, Sr.

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Kate MccGwire

juni 17, 2009

'Insular', 50 Layers of paper, burned, 2008

'Fume', Hand-made book, burnt, 2007'Fume', Hand-made book, Burned, 2007, Detail

Kate MccGwire

Semper Ignis!

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Benjamin Franklin

juni 17, 2009

Benjamin Franklin

“Either write something worth reading, or do something worth writing.”

–Benjamin Franklin

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Round House Overalls

juni 17, 2009

 

Round House Overall

Skal vel kanskje litt ekstra mot til for å bruke disse i Norge akkurat nå, men tradisjonelt sett er jo dette beinharde arbeidsklær. Typ det du snekrer opp en ny låve i eller mekker på 60-talls pick-up trucken din i…

Via Shorpy

Eller bygger en skyskraper i…

Round House Overalls & Workwear – Made in USA since 1903

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker The Nordstrom Guide to Men’s Style

juni 17, 2009

The Nordstrom Guide to Men's Style

For en liten slant herfra.

Så slipper du se ut som en hipster…

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Someone Is Stealing Your Life

juni 16, 2009

Someone Is Stealing Your Life

«Most American adults wake around 6 ot 7 in the morning. Get to work at 8 or 9. Knock off around 5. Home again, 6-ish. Fifty weeks a year. For about 45 years.

Most are glad to have the work, but don’t really choose it. They may dream, they may study and even train for work they intensely want; but sooner or later, for most, that doesn’t pan out. Then they take what they can and make do. Most have families to support, so they need their jobs more than their jobs admit to needing them. They’re employees. And, as employees, most have no say whatsoever about much of anything on the job. The purpose or service, the short and long-term goals of the company, are considered quite literally «none of their business» – though these issues drastically influence every aspect of their lives. No matter that they’ve given years to the day-to-day survival of the business; employees (even when they’re called «managers») mostly take orders. Or else. It seems an odd way to structure a free society: Most people have little or no authority over what they do five days a week for 45 years. Doesn’t sound much like «life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.» Sounds like a nation of drones…»

(Les resten her)

Av Michael Ventura (Utdrag fra LA Weekly 26.Jan-90)

Moralen er: DIY!

/Kenneth Tangnes