Kyle Slattery

Temple of Sybil, Parc des Buttes Chaumont, Paris

Windows, Rue du Faubourg-Saint-Denis, Paris, France


Philociraptor: Terrorists (via sirmitchell)

(Source: sirmitchell)


Follow, ReBlog, Win!
Presented by The Watercolor Gallery & Field Notes Brand.

I’m super happy to announce that I’m teaming up with the wonderful folks at Field Notes Brand notebooks to do a special giveaway here on The Watercolor Gallery. 

Here is how you participate:

  1. Follow The Watercolor Gallery on Tumblr. 
  2. ReBlog this post in its entirety to your tumblog.
  3. Win! (a random 5 will win)

On Monday, November 22nd I will go through the reblogs for this post, make a list of all the Tumblr accounts that are also following The Watercolor Gallery, and randomly choose 5 winners.

What do you win?

3-Pack, Field Notes BrandThe team at Field Notes Brand will personally send each winner an awesome 3-pack of mixed-paper notebooks. You’ll get a ruled notebook, a graph notebook, and a plain notebook. Free. No shipping or handling or anything.

I just picked up my own 3-pack of mixed and these are the best little notebooks ever. Perfect for doing your own watercolor doodles and sketches on the go. Check out the Field Notes in Action Group on Flickr for more photos of these gorgeous notebooks.

I’ll announce the winners via The Watercolor Gallery on the same day and you’ll then be asked to email me directly your mailing address.

Simple. Easy. Fun.

So, follow and get reblogging! I hope you win!

Photo credit: Dan Cederholm.

In the Life of 'The Wire' 


The New York Review of Books has a really long and really good piece on The Wire. Excellent reading.

This truly is one of the best TV shows of all time. I just added it to my Netflix queue to watch again.

Brahms auf Vuvuzela



Ghoti is a word constructed to illustrate the irregularities of written English. It is pronounced “fish”; the gh is pronounced as in “tough”, o as in “women”, and ti as in “nation”. Often attributed to George Bernard Shaw, the actual origin of the word is unknown.


“Who has written this crappy code?” via geekandpoke

This thing is going to take over the world.

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