Who needs an urn over the mantle when you can now store your ashes in a vinyl record? Vinyly found Jason Leach will combine your remains with 24 minute of audio of your choice.The process itself is fairly simple: Ashes are delivered to a pressing plant in London and sprinkled into the raw vinyl. But the cost can be exorbitant. The basic And Vinyly package starts at £3,000 ($4,600) for 30 copies of a record, each containing a bit of ash.
I’m into this. first & last press. posthumous release with 5-7 songs.
How I wanna be buriedwhen I die, blast me at 45 rpm
photo by Jim Marchese
Miss Livi, miss Fitz, miss Scandal…
Just gonna go ahead and declare today a posting black and white photos of hunks on Tumblr day. thanks.
Just because white people have always been the dominant cultural group in most societies does not mean that reverse racism doesn’t exist. If you look at this as an example; a white couple get told they “don’t belong” in an Asian restaurant, that is discrimination against a ‘race’ or group of…
It’s great (and quite rare) to see Jake smiling :)
Will Graham WIP
I’m sorry, Will. I just can’t draw people who look like actual people and not like anime characters…
my fave part of yesterday was when my friend revealed that she thought cotton eye joe was actually about erectile disfunction
Baby opposum by Doris Pellanda.
When Bruce took to the stage:
When he said he’d play Born In The U.S.A. in full:
When he brought his mum and sister on stage:
When he got a little girl up on his shoulders for Waitin’ On A Sunny Day:
When he played Jungleland:
When he did the bend-down-and-grab on the mic stand during Tenth:
When he said goodbye:
All in all, what a night: