Another week, another carefully curated selection of Tumblr blogs for you to follow. This week’s lineup sees a mix of photography from The New York Times‘ vast picture archive, bad advice for even worse people, scans of Keith Haring’s original journals from the late ’70s up till 1989, and much more.
As always, don’t forget to tell us what you think, or leave a link to your or other peoples’ Tumblr blogs you want to see in next week’s installment down in the comments section.
Take a look into The New York Times‘ vast picture archive that comprises “five million to six million prints and contact sheets (each sheet, of course, representing many discrete images) and 300,000 sacks of negatives, ranging in format size from 35 millimeter to 5 by 7 inches — at least 10 million frames in all.”
From time immemorial the outhouse has been a place of quiet contemplation, providing the tranquility and solitude – as well as the ill-placed notebook – to figure out Heisenberg was Walt all along. Check this Tumblr to see which shocking revelations Hank has uncovered besides that.
The Bad Advisor gives entitled dickheads just that piece of bad advice they we’re secretly hoping for.
The Keith Haring Foundation provides a unique insight into the acclaimed artist’s daily life and thoughts with scans of his journals dating from 1971 to 1989.
The Daily Anarchist just don’t gives a shit.