Jimmy Stewart is my all-time favorite actor. Partly because his middle name is Maitland too. Partly because he’s always reminded me of my Grandpa. I don’t know why, but I love him. 

life:

May 20, 1908: Jimmy Stewart is born.

For its September 24, 1945, cover story, LIFE Magazine’s Peter Stackpole followed Stewart around his Pennsylvania hometown, chronicling what it looked like when the Hollywood star returned home a war hero. (Peter Stackpole—Time & Life Pictures/Getty Images)

Read more about the story, and see the photos here.

I want to make 100 of these. 

ranesang:

Pinhegg, created by Francesco Capponi, is a pinhole camera crafted from an eggshell. The “camera” is only good for one shot and must be sacrificed in order to reveal the image.

Learn how to build your own Pinhegg here.

I love this song, and I love Owen Pallett. 

hitrecordjoe:

Owen Pallett performing a cover of Bloc Party’s “This Modern Love” at The Great Hall on 11.Jan.06.

Know the dangers.

hitrecordjoe:

banksystreetart:

WARNING: 1 in 5 teenagers will experiment with art!

“I found this in your room. We need to talk.”

It makes me want to apply!

WASHINGTON, D.C., Oct. 7, 2011 – President Barack Obama announced the re-opening of a Peace Corps program in Tunisia. This announcement was made during President Obama’s meeting today with Tunisian Prime Minister Beji Caid el Sebsi, attended by Peace Corps Director Aaron S. Williams.

“We are…

90% of this has probably come out of my mouth… 

photojojo:

A new “Sh*t Photographers Say” vid!

Definitely have said a few of these.

These are some of the best/my favorite published images of the Tunisian revolution. The man with the baguette gun is my favorite. 

pantslessprogressive:

“We all owe the Tunisians such an immense debt of gratitude. And admiration. Tahia Tunes!” - Issandr El Amrani

One year ago today: Tunisian President Ben Ali fled Tunisia following a month of anti-government protests.

Give your thanks to Mohamed Bouzazi today. Here are a few of my favorite reads on the man who sparked the ‘Arab Spring’:

[Photos: The Big Picture. Credit: Fethi Belaidi/AFP/Getty Images; Fred Dufouri/AFP/Getty Images; Reuters/Stringer; Christophe Ena/AP; Zohra Bensemra/Reuters]

gretchenjonesnyc:

Kim was my Fiber Art teacher at KU my sophomore year, she’s awesome!

my type of quilt

Kim Eichler-Messmer

(Source: mociun)

I’ve always loved this quote! I love that if you zoom in really closely to the TextEdit icon on a Mac it’s there. I wish I knew who wrote it—rumor has it that Steve Jobs did. 

I’ve always loved this quote! I love that if you zoom in really closely to the TextEdit icon on a Mac it’s there. I wish I knew who wrote it—rumor has it that Steve Jobs did. 

(Source: sanderae11)

This image is beautiful on so many levels in so many ways. 

‘Call In The Cavalry’ - Arizona Muse in Alexander McQueen for Vogue US November 2011.

This image is beautiful on so many levels in so many ways. 

‘Call In The Cavalry’ - Arizona Muse in Alexander McQueen for Vogue US November 2011.

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