Tadanori Yokoo via MoMA

Martin Amos via Flavorwire, top ten bad boys of literature

Shirley Temple, Kid in Africa screenshot

Garry Winogrand, World’s Fair, New York, 1964

Stardust and Moondust

“When the stars first died, they left behind dust. Supernovas blasted it into space, where it transformed the universe. Stardust is full of elements like hydrogen, carbon, oxygen, silicon and iron — the raw materials to build new stars, solar systems, planets and, of course, us. Everything we see around us once blasted out of of the core of a star . You may wonder what stardust is, well, you’re stardust, because every atom in your body was produced inside the fiery core of a star. The atoms in your left hand may come from a different a star than the atoms in your right hand. But you are literally a starchild.”

From some magical DiscoveryTV clip.

Hear that, I am literally a starchild, and so are you.

– A