While the name might suggest otherwise, Noise Made Me Do It is not another MP3 blog from another nineteen-year old hoping that enough regurgitation about the last Sleigh Bells album will land them on the staff of Rolling Stone. Rather, it’s a collection of all things noise, music, and sound, and there’s some good stuff […]
David Halliday has figured out a way for Neil Young, Bob Dylan and basically every other name in classic rock to hang out as samurai warriors and talk in dialogue almost exclusively from their lyrics. Endless music geek LOLs. This is one of my favorite blogs.
If what goes on in museums can be curated, babes who go to the museum might as well be curated, too. Thanks to Xavier Aaronson, who founded the Babes At the Museum blog, that’s exactly what happens.
I was captivated when I spotted this photographic Tumblr blog documenting a trip around the US. I should have been working on a client job but instead found myself trawling through the spectacular imagery on TwentyEight. Retro-infused photography reminding me of shots I once browsed in my parents old photo albums. Check out the wardrobe, […]
Somewhere not that deep inside of me, there’s a fifteen year old girl who loves Blink 182, Airwalk treads and a guy called Bernard who hung out with his cargos around the plump rounds of his backside at the half-pipe around the corner from the footy field. In fact, that girl is now sitting in front of her Macbook with huge puppy eyes and swooning all the way back to 1997 with a new blog called The Skartorialist: The Sartorialist equivalent of skater boys from around the globe. The creation of London-based commercial and editorial photographer, Sam Ashley, it should also be known as ‘Painfully cute and perve-worthy lads around the world holding decks’.
Copenhagen Cycle Chic is a photo blog that captures the stylish cycling population of this hipster capital city. It really is like The Sartorialist for bicycle lovers.
I have a psychic friend who sent me the link to this photography blog. All the pictures by its New Yorker blogger, Jamie, are gorgeous, but the moving gifs are especially, well, moving, in a moody kind of way.