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blech:

Life Magazine:

Astronomer Edwin Hubble peers though the eyepiece of the 100-inch Hooker telescope at California’s Mt. Wilson Observatory. Originally published in the November 8, 1937, issue of LIFE


in the first quarter of the 20th century the handsome, self-mythologizing, egotistical and brilliant astronomer Edwin Powell Hubble was world famous for what he discovered while peering through an earlier, land-based telescope: namely, that we are not alone. Or rather, that our galaxy is not alone.

Photograph by Margaret Bourke-White.

blech:

Life Magazine:

Astronomer Edwin Hubble peers though the eyepiece of the 100-inch Hooker telescope at California’s Mt. Wilson Observatory. Originally published in the November 8, 1937, issue of LIFE

in the first quarter of the 20th century the handsome, self-mythologizing, egotistical and brilliant astronomer Edwin Powell Hubble was world famous for what he discovered while peering through an earlier, land-based telescope: namely, that we are not alone. Or rather, that our galaxy is not alone.

Photograph by Margaret Bourke-White.

(via mostlysignssomeportents)

Not minimalist. Rather obnoxiously joyful (at The Rumpus Room)

Not minimalist. Rather obnoxiously joyful (at The Rumpus Room)

Vintage 70s parents basement nostalgia feed. 1 more week until developer grab (at The Rumpus Room)

Vintage 70s parents basement nostalgia feed. 1 more week until developer grab (at The Rumpus Room)

Wild is the hunt. (No reflection of outside)
Wild is the journey. (Reflection of Main St) @jonjanzencraft
 (at Kafka’s Coffee & Tea)

Wild is the hunt. (No reflection of outside)
Wild is the journey. (Reflection of Main St) @jonjanzencraft
(at Kafka’s Coffee & Tea)

How archers and butchers should act according to @Jonjanzencraft #coffeeshopart #publicart (at Kafka’s Coffee & Tea)

How archers and butchers should act according to @Jonjanzencraft #coffeeshopart #publicart (at Kafka’s Coffee & Tea)

Cut In Concept @jonjanzencraft @kafkascoffeetea until Apr 21. Our roads are ingrained in our transport (at Kafka’s Coffee & Tea)

Cut In Concept @jonjanzencraft @kafkascoffeetea until Apr 21. Our roads are ingrained in our transport (at Kafka’s Coffee & Tea)

#cyclechic short: @vancyclechic local artist @bikesmusic is on his bike late around town to venues (at Broadway East Art Walk)

#cyclechic short: @vancyclechic local artist @bikesmusic is on his bike late around town to venues (at Broadway East Art Walk)

#CycleChic shorts featuring @simon_fleming produced by @cbruntlett. They were amazing! (at Broadway East Art Walk)

#CycleChic shorts featuring @simon_fleming produced by @cbruntlett. They were amazing! (at Broadway East Art Walk)

Public space is literally an art now (at Broadway East Art Walk)

Public space is literally an art now (at Broadway East Art Walk)

What would Mad Men do? (at Broadway East Art Walk)

What would Mad Men do? (at Broadway East Art Walk)

blech:

Life Magazine:

Astronomer Edwin Hubble peers though the eyepiece of the 100-inch Hooker telescope at California’s Mt. Wilson Observatory. Originally published in the November 8, 1937, issue of LIFE


in the first quarter of the 20th century the handsome, self-mythologizing, egotistical and brilliant astronomer Edwin Powell Hubble was world famous for what he discovered while peering through an earlier, land-based telescope: namely, that we are not alone. Or rather, that our galaxy is not alone.

Photograph by Margaret Bourke-White.

blech:

Life Magazine:

Astronomer Edwin Hubble peers though the eyepiece of the 100-inch Hooker telescope at California’s Mt. Wilson Observatory. Originally published in the November 8, 1937, issue of LIFE

in the first quarter of the 20th century the handsome, self-mythologizing, egotistical and brilliant astronomer Edwin Powell Hubble was world famous for what he discovered while peering through an earlier, land-based telescope: namely, that we are not alone. Or rather, that our galaxy is not alone.

Photograph by Margaret Bourke-White.

(via mostlysignssomeportents)

Not minimalist. Rather obnoxiously joyful (at The Rumpus Room)

Not minimalist. Rather obnoxiously joyful (at The Rumpus Room)

Vintage 70s parents basement nostalgia feed. 1 more week until developer grab (at The Rumpus Room)

Vintage 70s parents basement nostalgia feed. 1 more week until developer grab (at The Rumpus Room)

Wild is the hunt. (No reflection of outside)
Wild is the journey. (Reflection of Main St) @jonjanzencraft
 (at Kafka’s Coffee & Tea)

Wild is the hunt. (No reflection of outside)
Wild is the journey. (Reflection of Main St) @jonjanzencraft
(at Kafka’s Coffee & Tea)

How archers and butchers should act according to @Jonjanzencraft #coffeeshopart #publicart (at Kafka’s Coffee & Tea)

How archers and butchers should act according to @Jonjanzencraft #coffeeshopart #publicart (at Kafka’s Coffee & Tea)

Cut In Concept @jonjanzencraft @kafkascoffeetea until Apr 21. Our roads are ingrained in our transport (at Kafka’s Coffee & Tea)

Cut In Concept @jonjanzencraft @kafkascoffeetea until Apr 21. Our roads are ingrained in our transport (at Kafka’s Coffee & Tea)

#cyclechic short: @vancyclechic local artist @bikesmusic is on his bike late around town to venues (at Broadway East Art Walk)

#cyclechic short: @vancyclechic local artist @bikesmusic is on his bike late around town to venues (at Broadway East Art Walk)

#CycleChic shorts featuring @simon_fleming produced by @cbruntlett. They were amazing! (at Broadway East Art Walk)

#CycleChic shorts featuring @simon_fleming produced by @cbruntlett. They were amazing! (at Broadway East Art Walk)

Public space is literally an art now (at Broadway East Art Walk)

Public space is literally an art now (at Broadway East Art Walk)

What would Mad Men do? (at Broadway East Art Walk)

What would Mad Men do? (at Broadway East Art Walk)

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