Yeah, just watch it
Yeah, just watch it
No one does it like Mr. JT himself! The video is out.. and it’s perfect.
I got this blouse last year for my birthday from a bunch of wonderful girls <3 and I simply love it! It’s from Monki (but of course – only they can make something so bold and crazy) and I don’t even think you can get it anymore. But cute, right?
The necklace is from H&M, also an oldie.
Beautiful old pictures in high-def.
Originally posted on LightBox:
There’s always something interesting about history—it’s often just a matter of knowing where to find it.
That’s the idea behind Shorpy.com, an eye-popping collection of historical imagery that casts a modern light on an astonishing array of photographs long-hidden in the Library of Congress archives. Named after a 12-year-old coal miner in a picture by the great Lewis Hine, Shorpy.com offers new, high-definition life to old images, restoring the often-breathtaking detail found in the original negatives: the uneven, rutted cobbles on a 1908 Philadelphia street, or the slight hint of alarm in the eye of a test pilot about to fly an aircraft in 1911.
In the last decade, the Library began digitizing specific sets of images in their 13-million-photo strong collection. Soon after, Dave Hall, the co-founder of Shorpy.com, began exploring their archives. Previously a Style editor at the Washington Post, Hall wasn’t especially interested in historical images until late one night, when he discovered several photographs of early 20th-century child laborers. Taken by Lewis Hine on an 8×10 view camera, Hall was amazed at the pictures’ clarity — sparkling with far more detail than a standard 35mm frame. Wondering why he had never before seen such strikingly detailed historical imagery, Hall took it upon himself to post the photos online, in high-resolution — an endeavor simplified by the LOC’s public-domain image rights.
Happy effin new year!! Everyone enter the new year alright? Hope you did more than that and entered it with style, or a bang or….something fun. Most of the world is still hung over – while I’m enoying the perks of having had a nice, easy, fun evening at home with my man, great food and only a bit of wine (I guess I can surprise myself!). So I felt great yesterday and today.
But let’s dance our way into the new year, shall we? And this new track “BBD” from miss Azealia Banks is the way to go. Go girl!