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modernizing:

Back in the day (1986, to be exact), Apple had its very own clothing line bursting with tees, tennis visors, trackie dacks, belts and hats adorning the funky-coloured, old school Granny Smith logo. Shock horror! As cool as being born or growing up in the 80s was, I can wholeheartedly say that I am glad these babies have ceased production. The very thought of Apple fanboys and fangirls rocking such apparel today is on par with the unfashionable heathens who think it’s socially acceptable to wear Crocs.

modernizing:

Back in the day (1986, to be exact), Apple had its very own clothing line bursting with tees, tennis visors, trackie dacks, belts and hats adorning the funky-coloured, old school Granny Smith logo. Shock horror! As cool as being born or growing up in the 80s was, I can wholeheartedly say that I am glad these babies have ceased production. The very thought of Apple fanboys and fangirls rocking such apparel today is on par with the unfashionable heathens who think it’s socially acceptable to wear Crocs.

(via tchaumodernizing-deactivated201)

alecshao:

Roman Opalka - The Finite Defined by the Nonfinite, 1965-2011

Numerous canvases covered in mathematical sequences organized in narrow horizontal rows with acrylic paint and size 0 brushes, painted by hand and using no rulers. The first number on each new canvas follows the last number of the previous one. 

“All my work is a single thing, the description from number one to infinity. A single thing, a single life.”

The last number Opalka painted before his death on August 6, 2011, was 5,607,249.

(Source: likeafieldmouse)