No nation can slave a race of people for hundreds of years, set them free bedraggled and penniless, pit them, without assistance in a hostile environment, against privileged victimizers, and then reasonably expect the gap between the heirs of the groups to narrow. Lines, begun parallel and left alone, can never touch.Randall Robinson (via marloweandthemuse)
Maine is a dream.
Previously occupied by Auguste Perett, one of France’s most celebrated 20th-century architects, this 1930s Paris penthouse now seves as the weekend home of Dutch architect Felix Claus. Claus paid three years worth of rent in advance to gain permission to restore the apartment. Photos: Hotze Eisma.
The Sleep Schedules Of 27 Of History’s Greatest Minds
Description from factcodesign: “The bedtimes and rising times of history’s greatest minds are inventively illustrated in this New York infographic based on Mason Currey’s Daily Rituals: How Artists Work HERE.” (via: fastcodesign.com - twitter Radovan Erdje)
This stuff always fascinates me. Great minds either have the weirdest routines or the most normal routines ever.