"I certainly feel a kinship with The National. I adore their music and I adore them personally. I think Matt Berninger is one of my favourite lyricists. His lyrics have a sort of self-effacing, melancholy, black humour thing going on. But are also really poignant, with these images that really resonate, that a lot of people can relate to. That line from the song England is my favourite: Famous angels never come through England."
- St Vincent
Rainbow Hair Porn
(fromsmallviletosuperman-the third picture)
4. Source (Not 100% sure on this one.)
6. Source (Same as the Second image source; Her Getty-image gallery.)
7. Source (Hairstylist)
8. Source (Hairstylist)
9. Source (Same source as 2 and 6. Flickr Gallery.)
By the very very very lovely d-dinosaur
Alex casually making painting a wall into a sexual experience…
"Because of the age difference, there’s a big brother thing going on. If anyone starts on me he really goes mad. He had to put up with me being quite ill for a year, which meant I couldn’t drink alcohol. We were on tour and another comedian got annoyed because I wouldn’t have a drink, so when he was on stage he slagged me off. Julian went mad. I thought he was going to hit someone. I like that about him. If anyone says anything about him when he’s not there, I find it really offensive. He’s quite protective; I think I’m the same."
An edition of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein laid out using characters and glyphs from PDF documents obtained through internet searches. The incomplete fonts found in the PDFs were reassembled into the text of Frankenstein based on their frequency of use. The most common characters are employed at the beginning of the book, and the text devolves into less common, more grotesque shapes and forms toward the end. (via The Frankenfont project reconstructs Mary Shelley’s classic Frankenstein using parts of incomplete fonts found in PDFs from the internet. | Fathom)
I want that.
One million points to Edgar Wright for the photo he posted of himself on Twitter today. That is one damn fine shot.
In fact I’d go so far as to say it shall go down as a classic Edgar photo of a quality not matched since those halcyon days of “Shaun Squad”.