And THIS is my favourite book cover of 1984.
This, from triangletriangle, is quite curious. Look at all them geometric shapes. And concrete cancer. Originally seen at But Does It Float. Check out the whole series by Edward Burtynsky.

This, from triangletriangle, is quite curious. Look at all them geometric shapes. And concrete cancer. Originally seen at But Does It Float. Check out the whole series by Edward Burtynsky.

(via intellipunk)

This is my favourite book cover of ‘A Clockwork Orange’ by Anthony Burgess ever.

Unfortunately, every post about these guys from Cambridge must be prefaced with a comment about how annoying their name is. For those with macs, pressing “Alt+J” will paste the delta symbol like this one: ∆. I would’ve thought ‘delta’ would be cool enough. But then again thats an airline.

Regardless, great music. Very synthy but they can also be quite heavy and dark at times. Listen to their other song ‘Tessellate’ for something less intense but equally as good. However, I dislike their song ‘Something Good’. Maybe its the name (reminds me of Two Door Cinema Club’s ‘Something Good Can Work’ - or something like that). Its just not good.

“Poets and artists live on frontiers. They have no feedback, only feedforward. They have no identity. They are probes.”

—   Marshall McLuhan

Badass. It makes me want to walk through an airport in slow motion. Think ‘Catch Me If You Can’ or that new Virgin Atlantic ad.

This song is very cool.