Sunday Links

Gucci Pet Collection I love the little sofa (above) but the price made my head spin. 

A collection of videos of the work of American modernist architect John Lautner.

Our new skin serum: "You may find the purging stage to be somewhat alarming—our test subjects have described it as “utterly grotesque” and “a fate worse than death” and “the last straw in my already crumbling marriage.”

You spin me right 'round, baby, right 'round (via Everlasting Blort)

Bands like L7 and Heavens to Betsy were instrumental to the birth of the grunge scene, but for decades were treated like novelties and sex objects. The Women Who Built Grunge 

Sunday cuteness:  Seven Baby Owls Released Into Their New Burrowing Pipe Home

Hey guys, I've heard that all the ladies are crazy about the Circle Beard (just kidding)

Bombay Beach was once a blue-collar paradise — the best-kept secret in California. A Day at the Beach on a Disappearing Sea (via Miss Cellania)

News in my town: Yellow liquid in bottles creepy (don't worry, contents apparently non-volatile)

I want a snackle box!

This story reminds me of the giant fatberg that grew in a London sewer a few years ago. 'Wet Wipe Island'  is changing the course of the Thames. (via Miss Cellania

UFO House In Joshua Tree National Park, CA.

Make your own mozzarella 

When a Japanese photographer opened an SD card that had been given to him by his uncle who had passed away he found that it opened a portal to the past. (via Memo Of The Air)

What your last name means (Thanks Bruce!)

Third species of giant waterlily discovered. Leaves of the newly-identified species grown at Kew Gardens can reach up to three metres (!) in the wild.

Getting weird wrong-number texts?: It's called the "pig-butchering" scam. (via TMN)

That moment when Vito Corleone’s moustache transitions into a Sicilian tree.

Roséwave: A soundtrack for the lazy, hazy, crazy days of summer. (via Perfect for Roquefort Cheese)

130-Year-Old Menus Show How Climate Change Is Already Affecting What We Eat 

Detroit's own Jack White performs Seven Nation Army at Glastonbury. He's still got what it takes.

Waterfall of the Bride Located in Cajamarca, Peru

I just came across a 2008 post of mine that featured Stephen Alcorn's relief block prints of modern music masters and thought it was worth reposting a link to the collection.

A Song About Toast (via Everlasting Blort)


  1. Andy, will my custom mahogany furniture arrive next week? (That's my favorite one of the wrong-number texts.)

  2. So you think $9700 US is to much to make fluffy comfy?


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