Overcome with design jealousy. I really wish I had made this.
Wes Anderson on-set Moonrise Kingdom, Photographed by Niko Tavernise.
Cryptoforests are feral forests—planted tree zones, for instance along motorways, that have been allowed to become wild to the point that their wildness is outgrowing their manmadeness. They are in limbo forests—tree-covered plots that feel like forests but technically probably aren’t; states of vegetation for which lay-language has no name. They are incognito forests—forests that have gone cryptic and are almost invisible; forests in camouflage, forests with a talent for being ignored. They are precognitive forests—lands that are on the brink of becoming forested, a future forest fata morgana. And they are unappreciated forests—forests regarded as zones of waste and weed, forests shaming planners, developers, and the neighbourhood. NIMBY forestry. —
Thanks to betaknowledge, who I have not followed long, but always find interesting.
Wilfried Hou Je Bek, that I follow for almost ten years is always interesting. (via betaknowledge)
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Probably reading the nonsense around the Lagunitas label.
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Porch envy. Hufft Projects.
I’m a sucker for windowseats.
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