explore-blog:

The original Beautiful Mind, right here – a page from Sir Isaac Newton’s notebooks, courtesy of the Cambridge University Library.
Though Newton considered “making pies on Sunday” one of his 48 self-professed sins, he clearly had no reservations about making pi’s. 
Peek inside more famous creators’ notebooks here, and also see Van Gogh’s never-before-revealed sketchbooks.
(via @erik_kwakkel)

explore-blog:

The original Beautiful Mind, right here – a page from Sir Isaac Newton’s notebooks, courtesy of the Cambridge University Library.

Though Newton considered “making pies on Sunday” one of his 48 self-professed sins, he clearly had no reservations about making pi’s. 

Peek inside more famous creators’ notebooks here, and also see Van Gogh’s never-before-revealed sketchbooks.

(via @erik_kwakkel)

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Adam Savage Went Incognito at Comic-Con Dressed in a Regal Admiral Ackbar Costume
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Brandon Bird’s Astonishing World of Art, An Activity Book Featuring Witty Pop Culture Fun
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The Ultimate 4th of July Photo: Lightning and Fireworks
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Pay Phone Graveyard in Manhattan
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Dada Day, A Comic That Celebrates the Art of Childish Nonsense
"Where is human nature so weak as in the bookstore?"

— Henry Ward Beecher (via thatclassybookblog)

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