Bloom's Day

Completely random thoughts about a wide array of subjects

streetartsdistrict:

A variant of the piece in Sound nightclub in Hollywood. I was playing with a photo editing program called MagicVintage2 and liked the look of this one. 

streetartsdistrict:

A variant of the piece in Sound nightclub in Hollywood. I was playing with a photo editing program called MagicVintage2 and liked the look of this one. 

stvincentmovie:


You’re gonna need shades because the future is looking so bright. Now playing in select theaters, everywhere 10/24! - Official Site and Facebook


Looking forward to seeing this film. 

stvincentmovie:

You’re gonna need shades because the future is looking so bright. Now playing in select theaters, everywhere 10/24! - Official Site and Facebook

Looking forward to seeing this film. 

Love, love, love this music video from BBC Music. They pulled together an amazing group of singers from the past 50 years or so to sing the great Beach Boys song ‘God Only Knows.’ I recognized a bunch of them, from Elton and Stevie to Chrissie Hynde (great new album, BTW) to Chris Martin of Coldplay, Lorde, Florence Welch of Florence and the Machine, Pharrell, One Direction and so, so many more. Oh, and a certain Beach Boy too. This is just great.

I believe proceeds from the lushly produced effort goes to a UNICEF initiative. 

agustin-alcantar:


Frida Kahlo and Salvador Dalí, perfection

agustin-alcantar:

Frida Kahlo and Salvador Dalí, perfection

(via yugenoner)

At Social Media Week. moderating panel with Juntobox Films at 4. #SWMLA  (at The Broad Stage)
#teamscorpion live-tweeting show. @KatharineMcphee, @scooterbraun, @elyesgabel and @t2 are here tweeting away. @cbs #scorpion (at The Microsoft Lounge)

Why I love Annie Clarke (Saint Vincent)

Her latest post, which is kinda cool (she uses “inchoate” correctly, swoon): 

hello from a nyc coffeeshop amidst inchoate autumn. too pretentious a way to start a bulk email? fair enough. it is 9/11 today. last night, after long rehearsal (refine! rebuild! reuse! recycle!), i attended a party meant to celebrate “fashion” where i felt woefully out of place. i, however, am not one to look a gift horse full of champagne in the mouth. so i grabbed a couple and began chatting up the most interesting looking person in the room. mike. a retired NYPD policeman formerly of the 13th precinct, guarding an empty table adorned with pop-culture detritus, now hired to do private security at functions where people like me feel woefully out of place. he was quick to laugh, easy to talk to, and could tell a story that had me alternating between stitches and tears. like a benevolent boxer who knows when to jab with humor and then land a right hook of poignance. (my father taught me how to box, which i had to stop for obvious guitar-hand-related reasons.) i asked him the questions every retired police officer must get: “what’s the craziest thing you’ve ever seen?” “have you ever been shot at?”, etc. he said his favorite part of being on the force was being able to help people. starting the healing process. soon enough, he got to telling me about his experience of 9/11. how a female police officer from his precinct was the first to call in that a plane had hit the first tower. how the dispatch said, “what? a train?!” she perished that day while saving new yorker’s lives. how, when he and the other men and women in uniform raced down to the towers, pedestrians cheered them on, even chasing their squad cars to throw in water and protein bars. he said that he used to fret about money and retirement plans and 401ks, but that after 9/11, he realized the only thing that mattered is being with the people you love and being happy. so cheers to you, mike. cheers to you all. xx ac

Episode 13: Unafraid of the Dark, Cosmos: A SpaceTime Odyssey

Love this….

(Source: child-of-thecosmos, via scienceyoucanlove)

@shiraLazar presides over first night of the #StreamyAwards at #youtubespacela. Very full house of nominees and creators. #youtube #Streamys  (at YouTube Space LA)

fastcodesign:

This New Moleskine Is Like An iPad Made Of Paper

Ask companies like Adobe and Fiftythree, and they’ll tell you that tablets are the future of drawing. Give in, and get used to the concept of touching a stylus to your screen. Because as hardware and software get better, you’ll be able to create the sorts of things you can only dream about creating on paper.

Moleskine—the preeminent journal company with no lack of self-interest in keeping paper alive—has presented the vision of another possible future.

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Love this, LOTS

(via fastcompany)