Pockets are a must, for storing your necessaries. Knife, money, tobacco, frogs, string, marbles, bullets. Read your Twain for suggested pocket wares.

Put This OnReblogged from Put This On

Nick Offerman prescribes your everyday carry (via putthison)
inexpressibleisland:

“The inner parts of the country were not less savage and horrible. The wild rocks raised their lofty summits, till they were lost in the clouds, and the valleys lay covered with everlasting snow. Not a tree was to be seen, nor a shrub even big enough to make a toothpick.”
- Captain James Cook
Description  of South Georgia Island landing
17th January 1775
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Inexpressible Island / AntarcticaReblogged from Inexpressible Island / Antarctica

inexpressibleisland:

“The inner parts of the country were not less savage and horrible. The wild rocks raised their lofty summits, till they were lost in the clouds, and the valleys lay covered with everlasting snow. Not a tree was to be seen, nor a shrub even big enough to make a toothpick.”

- Captain James Cook

Description  of South Georgia Island landing

17th January 1775

20 QUESTIONS FOR: MARK CLINTBERG

Ithaca MOMAReblogged from Ithaca MOMA

Just saw his show last night at SNAP in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada.

ithacamoma
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“Our Arrangement (2)”, 2014, neon tubing, transformer, 11 1/8 x 9”, ½, 1 A.P. (photo courtesy of the artist; photo credit: Jesse Birch)

1.Name:

Mark (née David) William Richard Clintberg.

2.Occupation(s):

Artist who works in art history and curates exhibitions.

3.Where are you from…

Christa CarletonReblogged from Christa Carleton

Sharp looking woodblock print and while the Charles Brand press here gets the praise, I do love seeing what I think is a Glen Alps press in orange there.  One with a big wheel at that. I have only seen the motorized ones myself.


christacarleton
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A 2 color reduction printed at the IBRC (http://www.ibrc.me) in Butte, MT. Printed with Akua Inks since the studio is non-toxic.

The little Charles Brand etching press they have prints like a dream! I’d like to thank my clean hands, Kevin, for assisting me.