Another week, another five Tumblrs for you to enjoy scrolling through. In this week’s lineup we’ve got graphic interpretations of some of rap’s best lines, videos detailing the making-of-process of homegrown American brands, and, as ever, a load of gorgeous girls. Let us know what you think of this week’s selection and feel free to leave your Tumblr in the comments section below. With a bit of luck, you’ll see yours here next week.
The brainchild of Rap Posters is the French art direction and graphic designer Zaven Najjar. Every day sees another poster from the artist, immortalizing lyrics from some of the most well-known rap songs into illustrative interpretations.
The original AO-AO website, which features all the latest editorials of beautiful women in various stages of undress alongside recent music releases, has compiled all of those good-looking girls into one useful Tumblr.
Thanks to this Tumblr, I’m now aware of the glut of free, awkward stock photos that are available from agencies via the internet, and this is just the tip of iceberg. Scrolling through them, you’ll never cease to be amazed by the extent of their awkwardness.
There are plenty of Made in USA blogs on the internet, but none so fine and stylish as this one. It features well-made videos detailing the making-of process of homegrown brands that produce their goods in America.
Only on Tumblr could a hummus enthusiast live out their hummus fantasies, personifying the Middle Eastern dip as it goes about its business through the streets of New York City. It’s only fairly new, so expect more thrilling glimpses into the chickpea spread over the days to come.