I can't believe you used Google to find ME

I can't believe you used Google to find ME

Joey Stipek's online blog.

Joey's work has been featured in The Associated Press, Colorado Springs Gazette, The Oklahoma Daily, Oklahoma Gazette, The Oklahoman and Norman Transcript.

Opinions and thoughts expressed here are clearly my own and not my employers. The world is my oyster and stuff.

newyorker:

Hua Hsu on scenes from the New York City’s pre-gentrification graffiti subculture:

“I remember seeing stickers by COST and his partner, REVS, everywhere: on buildings, trucks, cranes, ladders, lampposts, crosswalk signals, stop signs. It troubled me that I could not decode their meaning. What were they selling? When I learned that the answer was nothing, I was confused and then astonished.”

Photograph courtesy Artists Public Domain/Cinema Conservancy
newyorker:

Hua Hsu on scenes from the New York City’s pre-gentrification graffiti subculture:

“I remember seeing stickers by COST and his partner, REVS, everywhere: on buildings, trucks, cranes, ladders, lampposts, crosswalk signals, stop signs. It troubled me that I could not decode their meaning. What were they selling? When I learned that the answer was nothing, I was confused and then astonished.”

Photograph courtesy Artists Public Domain/Cinema Conservancy

newyorker:

Hua Hsu on scenes from the New York City’s pre-gentrification graffiti subculture:

“I remember seeing stickers by COST and his partner, REVS, everywhere: on buildings, trucks, cranes, ladders, lampposts, crosswalk signals, stop signs. It troubled me that I could not decode their meaning. What were they selling? When I learned that the answer was nothing, I was confused and then astonished.”

Photograph courtesy Artists Public Domain/Cinema Conservancy

nevver:

Sell out
nevver:

Sell out
Here’s to the crazy ones. The misfits. The rebels. The troublemakers. The round pegs in the square holes. The ones who see things differently. They’re not fond of rules. And they have no respect for the status quo. You can quote them, disagree with them, glorify or vilify them. About the only thing you can’t do is ignore them. Because they change things. They push the human race forward. And while some may see them as the crazy ones, we see genius. Because the people who are crazy enough to think they can change the world, are the ones who do.
- Apple Inc. (via psych-facts)
nevver:

Calvin and Hobbes
nevver:

Calvin and Hobbes
nevver:

Life in Hell (larger)
nevver:

Life in Hell (larger)

ohnewsroom:

Editor: “Sometimes I feel like 25 percent of my job is helping old ladies use computers.”

Stefan Brüggemann

Mine is yours.
Mine is yours.
Mine is yours.

Mine is yours.

Blue ribbon photoshop on my part. 
Blue ribbon photoshop on my part. 

Blue ribbon photoshop on my part. 

Frighteningly true.
Frighteningly true.

Frighteningly true.