1. fuckyeahvintagelobster

     
  2. "Tell me, Bobby, do you like movies about gladiators?"

    Tagged #sailors
     
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  4. Tagged #Google Books
     
  5. Varnish can 

    The haphazard soldering and irregular seams of these humble tin cans reveal the misery endured by the human component of early industrial processing. Machines that stamped, cut, folded, rolled, seamed and crimped, whether hand-cranked or powered, brought uniformity to various stages of tin can fabrication. Unskilled labor became a critical cog in the care and feeding of each “labor-saving” device.

    Notes From the Orlop The Lesser Miseries: Annoyances, Hazards, and Travails of Earlier Life

    Maine Maritime Museum

     
  6. Andrea Dezsö - Cut paper characters for site specific installation “Sometimes In My Dreams I Fly”

    She will have a solo show at the Frey Norris Gallery, San Francisco, CA, opening on October 8th 2010.

    Andrea Dezsö‘s Website

     

  7. THE Romantic Tradition in British Painting & Literature

    At a time of anxious austerity it could be just what is needed: an examination of one of the most flamboyant and joyously bohemian art movements there has ever been.

    The V&A announced today that it is to mount the first ever major exhibition devoted to the aesthetic movement of the late 19th century, looking at a group of artists who placed the importance of beauty above everything else and followed a mantra that said let us value art for art’s sake…

    The show will bring together 300 objects, including 60 paintings, to celebrate a British movement that flourished between 1860 and 1900 and whose members included pre-Raphaelite artists such as Edward Burne-Jones, Dante Gabriel Rossetti and Frederic Leighton as well as Oscar Wilde and William Morris.

    THE Romantic Tradition in British Painting & Literature: The Pre-Raphaelites

     
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  9. Renegade Handmade: This online and brick-and-mortar store in Chicago was created as an extension of the über-popular Renegade Craft Fair. They showcase the work of over 300 artists — shown above is Beach House Poster, a screenprint by Strawberry Luna, $25.

     
  10. what more does a sailor need?

    Frank Sturges

     
  11. fuckyeahscubawatch

     
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  14. Tagged #dry dock
     
  15. Tagged #shipwreck