1. urbanpaysan:

Rare Bauhaus publications have been digitised and published online as PDFs by Bibliothèque Kandinsky, based in the Centre Pompidou, France. The publications include world by Paul Klee, Moholy-Nagy, J.J.P. Oud and Walter Gropius and represents fascinating insight into the salt years of heroic modernist teaching and thinking.
Follow this link to browse and download those that interest you.

    urbanpaysan:

    Rare Bauhaus publications have been digitised and published online as PDFs by Bibliothèque Kandinsky, based in the Centre Pompidou, France. The publications include world by Paul Klee, Moholy-Nagy, J.J.P. Oud and Walter Gropius and represents fascinating insight into the salt years of heroic modernist teaching and thinking.

    Follow this link to browse and download those that interest you.

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  2. The whole thing is just really touching. When they reached that goal on Kickstarter and it kept going up—people just wanting to give it money, even though they didn’t need to do it—it’s like, ‘Oh wow. Humanity is nice after all.’ Fans were just so happy to get it, fucking hell. I’ve got thousands more like that at home. I should release all that stuff as well.

    Aphex Twin on the Caustic Window Kickstarter project. 

  3. Project of the Day—The Los Angeles Review of Books is one of our favorite places to read about books (we read a lot about books), so it’s only natural that we’d be excited to see a publication featuring the writing of LARB’s interns. Think of it as them showing what they learned, or just think of it as a bunch of interesting writing on interesting subjects like David Lynch’s Los Angeles, which can’t ever be explored enough. 

    Project of the Day—The Los Angeles Review of Books is one of our favorite places to read about books (we read a lot about books), so it’s only natural that we’d be excited to see a publication featuring the writing of LARB’s interns. Think of it as them showing what they learned, or just think of it as a bunch of interesting writing on interesting subjects like David Lynch’s Los Angeles, which can’t ever be explored enough.