"Look at this. Who can say it isn't beautiful? Sky, bricks. Who do you think lives there? Four-car garage. Hope, fear, excitement, satisfaction."

Dedicated to the eerie magic of suburbia.
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From Optimal Enchantment
Jeremy Liebman

Daily Errands by JAVA1888 on Flickr.


Frosted Food, 1960s


- Radio Stilte


Weronika Dudka

Hello to my new followers! (and to my old faithfuls)

I’m back @ uni and I’m really trying this semester, so my blogging has slowed down. I’ll try to keep the queue updated as much as I can.

In case you want to keep up with my very mundane life/face (why would you?) I’m always wasting time here (and probably following you).

I’ve also just noticed a lot of followers share the love of Twin Peaks +/ David Byrne. That’s cool. An interest in everyday life and details, or just a weird sense of humour must unite us. Cool.


Distant Light by dustinyungtaDistant Light is a vivid portrait of an Asian-Amercan family in Silicon Valley. I intentionally used no figures to represent the isolation and rootlessness which characterizes the contemporary Asian-American experience. The window lights depicts the generational disconnect between the father and the son, and the different longings to the outside world. I did the illustration for the poster and also designed the postcard and DVD packaging. 海報設計主要是希望能夠呈現本片所構造出的父子兩代差異,以及美國亞裔家庭世界所經歷的孤立與失根的社會錯位感。

Erik Buck Rosewood Dining Chairs Model 49 and Model 50 by O.D. Mobler for Domus Danica (Denmark, 1960s)

A bus on Hoddle Street Collingwood 1976. by David Wadelton

Sparton 3-way “Imperial” television

5965 Chelton Dr Oakland, CA