"but who can say what's best? that's why you need to grab whatever chance you have of happiness where you find it, and not worry about other people too much. my experience tells me that we get no more than two or three such chances in a lifetime, and if we let them go, we regret it for the rest of our lives."
1. DO not sleep. It is the cousin of death. But actually you probably should if you don't want to die.
2. As quoted by my roommate Claire: "DON'T be that fucking person who brings two sharpened pencils and lays them out."
3. DO let your roommates into the bathroom while you shower. It's cool and it gives you more time to get ready.
4. DON'T call your entire phonebook while in the silent section of the library. Also take less adderall.
5. DON'T talk shit about your partner on the transcript that THEY have to transcribe! (yes this actually happened)
6. DO remember that Starbucks gives 50 cent refills. And if they ask you why your cup is decrepit, tell them it's still from the same day.(yes this also actually happened).
7. DO bring an apple with you to the library. AND make a big breakfast (smoothies are ideal). It really makes a difference.
8. DO rip up/burn/throw away all of your notes. Unless your friend is taking the same class next semester.. in which case SAVE EVERYTHING.
9. To everyone in the library on adderall (which is everyone in the library...) DON'T: breath so loud, play your music so loud, type SO loud, and for the love of GOD stop playing Daft Punk's Robot Rock on repeat. 10. DO choose the hottest guy in your class (which at my school means no one) and ask to study with them. And then don't study and make-out.
I was flipping through V Magazine and saw this photo series and couldn't believe how cool it was. It all made sense when I saw that it was shot by Hedi Slimane, one of my favorite photographers and style icons.
Models shot are: Emily Baker, Daphne Groeneveld, Charlotte Free, Julia Nobis, Ruby Aldridge, Marique Schimmel, Hailey Clauson, Ilse de Boer & Andie Arthur
Simplistic but very cool art done by Jonathan Seliger
Here is a quote on his artwork:
“In my work, I try to blur the boundary between painting and sculpture in order to create what can be regarded as a three-dimensional painting. Drawing on the languages of Pop and Minimalism, abstraction and representation, I make recognizable objects, such as milk containers, shopping bags, or matchbooks, using traditional painting and printing materials and techniques. By focusing on mundane, ephemeral, or disposable subjects, I want my work to be both ordinary and poetic, accessible and transfigured.”