Come at me Bro!

One of the i's in the Team.

Last year, NPR’s Code Switch identified four primary dimensions of bro-ness: physical prowess (jockishness), a tendency to hang out with other bros (dudeliness), access to money and a generally conservative outlook (preppiness) and a weakness for weed (stonerishness). Wikipedia puts it more simply: “Bro is a male youth subculture of ‘conventional guys’ guys’ who spend time partying in ways similar to each other.”

notbaddddd:

"There is an old poem by Neruda that I’ve always been captivated by, and one of the first lines in it has stuck with me ever since the first time i read it. It says "love is so short, forgetting is so long". It’s a line I’ve related to in my saddest moments, when i needed to know someone else had felt the exact same way.” (RED prologue)

Clear eyes, full hearts… can’t lose!

explore-blog:

Every Runner Has a Reason – wonderful short film about a homeless man who found himself in running and turned his life around. What a powerful testament to the idea even more important than running the right way is running for the right reason.

(via Doobybrain)

NICE.

NICE.

guardian:

Fan Ho is one of Asia’s most beloved street photographers, capturing the spirit of Hong Kong in the 1950s and 60s. His work shows a love of people combined with unexpected, geometric constructions and a sense of drama heightened by use of smoke and light. More
Approaching Shadow, 1954. Photo: Fan Ho/AO Vertical Art Space

guardian:

Fan Ho is one of Asia’s most beloved street photographers, capturing the spirit of Hong Kong in the 1950s and 60s. His work shows a love of people combined with unexpected, geometric constructions and a sense of drama heightened by use of smoke and light. More

Approaching Shadow, 1954. Photo: Fan Ho/AO Vertical Art Space

thefoxisblack:

Neasden Control Centre brings typography to the table with branding for Artisan restaurant. http://bit.ly/1waXeXD

My pal Stephen killing it once again. So good.