Oh, you there.

Hi, I’ve been MIA because I’ve been busy/working/biking/traveling/etc.

I’ve also migrated over to Pinterest, I suggest that you do too! Easier to use/ better interface / no direct linking without source.

http://pinterest.com/dakotakeck/pins/

If Not, I can be found other places:

My portfolio: dakotakeck.com
My Flickr: http://www.flickr.com/photos/pixelated_prose/

xo.

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polaroidtemple:
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px 100 film - first flush <3

polaroidtemple:

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px 100 film - first flush <3

what does it mean to say that reality looks Photoshopped?
public space photographs by Julian Faulhaber
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what does it mean to say that reality looks Photoshopped?

public space photographs by Julian Faulhaber

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TypArchive, a hand painted type collection. Awesome.
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TypArchive, a hand painted type collection. Awesome.

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polaroidtemple:

kudapola 89, it’s available…

polaroidtemple:

kudapola 89, it’s available…

polaroidtemple:
… ein bett im …:
Kornfeld fehlt hier noch  :-) Polaroid Land Camera 320

polaroidtemple:

… ein bett im …:

Kornfeld fehlt hier noch
:-)
Polaroid Land Camera 320

ohheygreat:

nevver:

Polaroid
friends with you balloons in miami! so fun.
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friends with you balloons in miami! so fun.

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shooshee:

tobias wong 1974-2010tattoo, 2002 by jenny holzer tobias wong approached holzer at a show and asked her to write ‘protect me from what I want’ on his forearm, which he then had permanently inked

shooshee:

tobias wong 1974-2010
tattoo, 2002 by jenny holzer
tobias wong approached holzer at a show and asked her to write ‘protect me from what I want’ on his forearm, which he then had permanently inked

Extremely excited that I was able to get the chance to stop by Arkitip&#8217;s Project Space in LA last Sunday. Great art, space, objects.
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Extremely excited that I was able to get the chance to stop by Arkitip’s Project Space in LA last Sunday. Great art, space, objects.

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Pass the Bauhaus.
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Pass the Bauhaus.

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It’s very common for designers and people in the visual arts to feel that we’re not contributing enough or worse: that all we’re doing is contributing to landfill … but I’ve come to believe that truly imaginative visual work is extremely important in society. Just in the way that I am inspired by books and magazines, conversations I have, movies, I also think that when I put work out there in the mass media—work that is interesting unusual intriguing, work that opens up that sense of inquiry in the mind—that I’m seeding the imagination of the populous. You never know who is going to take something from that and turn it into something else; information is cross pollinating. A piece of mine might inspire a playwright or a novelist or a scientist; and that in turn may be the seed that inspired a doctor, philanthropist, or babysitter. This isn’t something that you can quantify or track—we tend to under value things in society that we can’t measure but I believe that a fully operating, rich society needs these seeds coming from all directions and all disciplines in order to keep the gears of inspiration and imagination flowing, cycling, growing.
Marian Bantjes on beauty in design aesthetic, TED talk. +
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Worked on this story; go check out Konstantin Grcic&#8217;s rad workspace on dwell.com.
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Worked on this story; go check out Konstantin Grcic’s rad workspace on dwell.com.

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