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theunderestimator:

"Satellite Of Love (alternate demo)" - The Velvet Underground (1970)

The forgotten uptempo and original version of "Satellite Of Love", was originally recorded by The Velvet Underground for their album "Loaded" but never included in it.

The song became well known in Lou Reed`s 1972 slow version from his second solo album "Transformer" and was finally released, as originally recorded, in the 1995 “Peel Slowly And See” VU compilation.

(via whateverhumans)

nolancorbin:

Graph Paper by Laura Moncur on Flickr.
I still can’t believe I actually own this watch.
It wasn’t easy to find, because it was an exclusive release for Swatch club members. Fortunately I found it on eBay. The packaging alone is unreal.
tapist:

Waldo Posth - yellow sequence
theoldludwigvan:

 

by Martha Rich

50sand60smusic:

The Velvet Underground - Femme Fatale

(via twoweeksoflovemaking)

mfjr:

Keith Haring in front of his mural at at Collingwood College, Melbourne, Australia, 1984
mountvision:

Untitled, watercolor. august 2014
Gregory Muenzen

David Hockney
mountvision:

Untitled, watercolor. August 2014

Sarah Awad
eoreu:

Brighton is a very nice place