Archive for desember 2009

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Godt Nyttår!

desember 31, 2009

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker NerdCore

desember 30, 2009

Totally Nerdcore

Assa… Chicks + Sci-Fi + Horror + Classic Videogames + Heroes/Villains = Bliss!

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Henry Ford

desember 30, 2009

‘One of the greatest discoveries a man can make, one of his greatest suprises, is to find that he can do what he was afraid he couldn’t do.’

Henry Ford

Så nå vet du hva du har å gjøre i 2010…

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Picturing the Past 10 Years

desember 30, 2009

Phillip Niemeyer is an art director at Double Triple, an art and design studio.

(Via NYT)

/Kenneth Tangnes

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WSB – The Junky’s Christmas

desember 24, 2009

Del 2

God Jul!

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker The Dark Side of Nature

desember 22, 2009

Simen Johan

Flere bilder her.

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Letters Of Note

desember 20, 2009

Letters Of Note – Correspondence Deserving Of A Wider Audience

/Kenneth Tangnes

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The Known Universe By AMNH

desember 20, 2009

AMNH

Ja, så liten og ubetydelig er du faktisk!

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Feel Free Friday

desember 18, 2009

Véronique Meignaud

Le Baron – ‘Le Sifflet Du Baron’

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Bokstøtter

desember 17, 2009

Vise Bookends fra Restoration Hardware

Quote/Unquote Bookends fra Eric Janssen

Jepp, veldig bourgeoisie, men noen guilty pleasures må være lov…

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Henry David Thoreau

desember 13, 2009

‘As if you could kill time without injuring eternity.’

Henry David Thoreau

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker The Irascibles

desember 12, 2009

The Irascibles

(Via This Recording)

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Jeg Liker Jonathan Puckey

desember 12, 2009

Jonathan Puckey – Delaunay Raster

/Kenneth Tangnes

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Underground Home

desember 11, 2009

Underground Home in Vals, Switzerland

Slik bor altså Hobbitene i våre dager…

Whodathunkit?

/Kenneth Tangnes

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The Greatest Movie Never Made?

desember 10, 2009

Stanley Kubrick’s Napoleon: The Greatest Movie Never Made

‘The director was on a mission. He was unimpressed by every Napoleon movie ever made, from Abel Gance’s 1927 silent to Marlon Brando’s mumbly Désirée. Kubrick—who by the time of his death in 1999 had assembled one of the world’s largest archives of Napoleon-related material—hoped to offer the most comprehensive vision of the emperor’s life, covering 50 years in three hours. And he had been trying to do that since 1967.’ (Mer her)

Helt klart en film jeg gjerne skulle ha sett laget!

/Kenneth Tangnes