Adcurious
Strategist.
Empathist.
Curioust.
Advertising enthusiast. And everything in between that inspires me.
Adcurious
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fewthistle:

Penn Station. 1943.
Photographer: Alfred Eisenstaedt
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vintageeveryday:

Young woman driving a sports car, 1928. Photo by André Kertész.
Americans in Bed: Philippa Robinson on Her New HBO Documentary - Magazine
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vcuchs:

"Richmond Independent Press: A History of the Underground Zine Scene"
A new book by Dale Brumfield, 1981 BFA Graduate and current MFA Creative Writing Program graduate student, explores Richmond’s counterculture through its independent press. September 1, Brumfield will be giving a VCU Libraries Presents talk sponsored by Special Collections and Archives at the Cabell Library. 
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themadeshop:

Maddie on Things on my Motorcycle!
themadeshop:

Maddie on Things on my Motorcycle!
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automotivated:

Tunnel of Delorean’s (by Jonny Bens photography)
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wellisnthatnice:

wellisnthatnice:

W108 + Hasselblad on Flickr.

1000 Notes? What the what! More here
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amospoe:

breakfast of champions
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justanothermasterpiece:

Zach Collins.
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escapekit:

Signs for the Homeless 
an art project started by artists Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope in an effort to raise awareness about poverty and homelessness around the Boston area. The basic concept behind the ongoing project is that the two artists approach homeless people on the streets who are holding signs and propose an exchange. As their tag line states: “A sign in exchange for donations and a hand painted sign.” Essentially, Nakayama and Hope offer $10 and create hand painted signs for each person they come across.
escapekit:

Signs for the Homeless 
an art project started by artists Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope in an effort to raise awareness about poverty and homelessness around the Boston area. The basic concept behind the ongoing project is that the two artists approach homeless people on the streets who are holding signs and propose an exchange. As their tag line states: “A sign in exchange for donations and a hand painted sign.” Essentially, Nakayama and Hope offer $10 and create hand painted signs for each person they come across.
escapekit:

Signs for the Homeless 
an art project started by artists Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope in an effort to raise awareness about poverty and homelessness around the Boston area. The basic concept behind the ongoing project is that the two artists approach homeless people on the streets who are holding signs and propose an exchange. As their tag line states: “A sign in exchange for donations and a hand painted sign.” Essentially, Nakayama and Hope offer $10 and create hand painted signs for each person they come across.
escapekit:

Signs for the Homeless 
an art project started by artists Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope in an effort to raise awareness about poverty and homelessness around the Boston area. The basic concept behind the ongoing project is that the two artists approach homeless people on the streets who are holding signs and propose an exchange. As their tag line states: “A sign in exchange for donations and a hand painted sign.” Essentially, Nakayama and Hope offer $10 and create hand painted signs for each person they come across.
escapekit:

Signs for the Homeless 
an art project started by artists Kenji Nakayama and Christopher Hope in an effort to raise awareness about poverty and homelessness around the Boston area. The basic concept behind the ongoing project is that the two artists approach homeless people on the streets who are holding signs and propose an exchange. As their tag line states: “A sign in exchange for donations and a hand painted sign.” Essentially, Nakayama and Hope offer $10 and create hand painted signs for each person they come across.