flockingbirds
flockingbirds
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Virgin Wood Type
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printeresting:

Robert Nelson, “Heavily Armed Dinosaur General”, 1969 (via Artist Printmaker Research Collection)
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don’t forget there’s a world out there
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printeresting:

Block Shop contemporary Indian textile printing utilizing traditional methods.
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love this site. rrrrrrrroll
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nnarine:
Aardvark
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scanzen:

Mi-8 helikopter. Néphadseregünk technikája kártyanaptár, 1974.
Mi-8 helicopter. Card calendar of the Hungarian People’s Army, 1974. 
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scanzen:

Lokátor. Néphadseregünk technikája kártyanaptár, 1974.
Radar. Card calendar of the Hungarian People’s Army, 1974. 
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ugaprintmaking:

jonnimahr@gmail.com
ugaprintmaking:

jonnimahr@gmail.com
ugaprintmaking:

jonnimahr@gmail.com
ugaprintmaking:

jonnimahr@gmail.com
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anthropologie:

A few rugged, yet well-dressed travelers, circa 1898. Godspeed, gentlemen!
Via: Neo Retro | HT: Emiliano Granado

So yeah, the one on the far right is Alex, circa 1898.
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printeresting:

Craft and Concept (who we interviewed a while back) are doing a Press Building workshop at SGCI this year!? Awesome.

Damn why am i not going to sgc
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"

…piddling is neither one thing or another, but something in between. It is not rest, not something that can be done with your feet on an ottoman or as you recline in a Posturepedic. But then neither is it work, something that one toils at, sweats at, something one needs a break from, for lunch, coffee. It is certainly not something for which one should ever be paid, and absolutely not something that one does while watching a clock.

The whole idea of piddling is to kill time, but without any great effort at all, or even really meaning to. If one piddles correctly, time just goes away, without regret on the part of the piddler, or even any particular notice. One does not march off to piddle. One meanders.

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Rick Bragg, “The Fine Art of Piddling”
Southern Living, Feb. 2012 issue