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nylonmag:

If only there were a new way to learn a new language by drawing… now there is!
Apr 19, 2014 / 32 notes
so-personal:

everything personal♡
Apr 19, 2014 / 17,838 notes

so-personal:

everything personal♡

(via penguinteen)

Apr 19, 2014 / 444 notes

flavorpill:

Long dismissed as a less serious art form, graphic novels have finally started to gain more mainstream credibility over the last 20 years. There are many, many excellent graphic novels out there, but if you’re looking for a place to start, start here! 

25 Essential Graphic Novels

Apr 17, 2014 / 98 notes

labyrinth-of-stars:

IF I STAY TRAILER

IM NOT FREAKING OUT THIS DOESNT LOOK PERFECT IM NOT CRYING I DIDNT CRY WATCHING IT I DIDNT FANGIRL LIKE CRAZY

coverspy:

V., Thomas Pynchon (F, 20s, light purple hoodie under a leather jacket, high ponytail, sitting on a bench near Sullivan and Spring)
Apr 16, 2014 / 5 notes

coverspy:

V., Thomas Pynchon (F, 20s, light purple hoodie under a leather jacket, high ponytail, sitting on a bench near Sullivan and Spring)

Yes, way behind on some reading. No better place to catch up than on a late night cross-country flight. 😎✈
Apr 11, 2014

Yes, way behind on some reading. No better place to catch up than on a late night cross-country flight. 😎✈

urbanoutfitters:

Hand-painted adidas sneakers from artist Jason Woodside.
Apr 11, 2014 / 205 notes

urbanoutfitters:

Hand-painted adidas sneakers from artist Jason Woodside.

nprbooks:

DreamWorks has picked up the film rights to Rainbow Rowell’s YA novel Eleanor and Park, abouttwo outsider teens who fall in love in 1986 Omaha. (If you haven’t read Linda Holmes’ essay on the book, you should really check it out.)
After the deal was announced, Rowell tweeted: “I’ve already told them my worst movie nightmare: that a skinny girl gets cast as Eleanor and Keanu Reeves gets cast as Park …” 
And that got us thinking — who should play Eleanor and Park?

Who indeed?
Apr 9, 2014 / 134 notes

nprbooks:

DreamWorks has picked up the film rights to Rainbow Rowell’s YA novel Eleanor and Park, abouttwo outsider teens who fall in love in 1986 Omaha. (If you haven’t read Linda Holmes’ essay on the book, you should really check it out.)

After the deal was announced, Rowell tweeted: “I’ve already told them my worst movie nightmare: that a skinny girl gets cast as Eleanor and Keanu Reeves gets cast as Park …” 

And that got us thinking — who should play Eleanor and Park?

Who indeed?

teenvogue:

No coffee table? 
No excuses. 
You’ll still want display these 10 conversation-starting books » 
Apr 7, 2014 / 187 notes
nylonmag:

Meet the sassiest Swiss Army knife
Apr 7, 2014 / 155 notes