AXIS / PRAXIS
newyorker:

Eric Schlosser looks at the truths behind Stanley Kubrick’s 1964 film “Dr. Strangelove,” which celebrates its fiftieth anniversary this month: http://nyr.kr/1hmRfY8

“In retrospect, Kubrick’s black comedy provided a far more accurate description of the dangers inherent in nuclear command-and-control systems than the ones that the American people got from the White House, the Pentagon, and the mainstream media.”
Yo! Check out my new zine for sale at @andpens or get it directly through me. Short stories by moi and art by @nak_champa ✌️
petersutherland:

couple framed jams from the Straight 2 DVD show (miami ‘13)
thanks to the still house homies
pppp
design-is-fine:

Barbara Nessim, cover artwork for Chopin a la Moog by Hans Wurman, 1970. 
Chris Johanson at MOCA
Thanks for the sweet Brautigan zine BR!
Check out Wiggly Giggle’s tumblr for more good stuff.

Friends -

I’m going to start posting less here and more here. If you want to follow me around California, please do. Take it easy and keep up the good work.

publicationstudio:

So excited to launch this new book by Chris Sollars in San Francisco this Saturday!
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