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April 29, 2009

3 things:

 

chotda
Chotda

 

pantone

Whitbread Wilkinson

 

emilylynch
Emily Lynch

 

3 links:

The New York Times asks artists how the bad economy has affected their life and work

The life and times of Edgar Allan Poe

“If I had a heart,” from Sweden’s Fever Ray (the Knife’s Karin Dreijir Andersson)

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2 Comments leave one →
  1. April 30, 2009 4:53 am

    the chotda photo–wow, organizing books by color? very impressive and a bit crazy..

  2. Kendra Zvonik permalink
    April 29, 2009 7:13 am

    I have actually been listening to Fever Ray lately on Last.fm- been on the Royksopp station. Listening to Scandinavian techno. Really love this band and this sound. Just perfect for me.
    The photo of the library is so pleasing- why do we all, including myself, love to see colors organized this way?
    Enjoyed the edgar a. poe article. the similarities between the current state of our economy and the economy of his time and how it affects artists is interesting to think about. some people seem to think this hardship is good for art, makes it more pure. This certainly can’t be proven by Poe’s tale!
    P.S. I’m POOR!

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