Miles Wayward

Ask me anything   Miles Wayward BSc (Hons) - English - Northern Monkey - Renaissance man.

It's hard work being this clever and good looking, I won't lie.

May you live in interesting times. May you find what you are looking for.

boiledleather:

I interviewed Boardwalk Empire creator Terence Winter about the end of the series — and the start of his new one with Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and Bobby Cannavale — for the TV Issue of Rolling Stone, on stands now. Says so right there on the cover and everything. I hope you like it!

boiledleather:

I interviewed Boardwalk Empire creator Terence Winter about the end of the series — and the start of his new one with Martin Scorsese, Mick Jagger, and Bobby Cannavale — for the TV Issue of Rolling Stone, on stands now. Says so right there on the cover and everything. I hope you like it!

— 1 hour ago with 19 notes
hollywoodlady:

Miriam Hopkins in Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, 1931

hollywoodlady:

Miriam Hopkins in Dr Jekyll and Mr. Hyde, 1931

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danmeth:

Sartre and the LobstersMy favorite part of every biography is when the subject has a nervous breakdown and starts hallucinating weird stuff. (see my Slash and George Jones drawings).Well, apparently in 1929, French existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre took mescaline once and for decades he was followed in the streets by imaginary lobsters. F**k mescaline.(PS: his eyes looked like that in real life) 

Peyote / San Pedro. Grind, rehydrate, filter, acid/base extraction, recrystalise, filter. Happy days. Very happy days.

danmeth:

Sartre and the Lobsters
My favorite part of every biography is when the subject has a nervous breakdown and starts hallucinating weird stuff. (see my Slash and George Jones drawings).
Well, apparently in 1929, French existentialist Jean-Paul Sartre took mescaline once and for decades he was followed in the streets by imaginary lobsters. F**k mescaline.
(PS: his eyes looked like that in real life) 

Peyote / San Pedro. Grind, rehydrate, filter, acid/base extraction, recrystalise, filter. Happy days. Very happy days.

— 16 hours ago with 154 notes

explore-blog:

In 1947, ten cartoonists drew their most famous characters blindfolded. Best thing since famous authors’ hand-drawn self-portraits, which invariably require a different kind of blindness. 

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Once again, I have broken ribs.

Riding a Segway through a corn field, carrying a 50m extension reel on the handle bars, when the reel falls off the stand it was attached to and drops right under the tyre. I go arse over tit over the handle bars and land on my side with my elbow tucked under. Loud crack comes out my mouth along with all the breath in my lungs. I tried to get up straight away but I couldn’t get off my elbows and knees and I was making this weird wheezing sound, properly thought I had punctured a lung. After a minute of trying to breathe I managed to get some shallow breaths in to loosen me up, but it took about 5 minutes before my breathing was normal and I was on my feet. The Segway had taken out a few corn stalks, had to retrieve that. The reel was covered in mud, the prick. I got back on and carried on riding through the field. It hurt like fuck, but I started laughing uncontrollably.

Been doped up in three cities in three days. Finally back at my flat, laid out and watching Die Hard. Probably going to watch all 4.

Suppose it’s a better story than last time they broke, on a bar while dropping a chewy in a bin at an Olafur Arnalds gig.

Yippee Ki Yay mother fucker.

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lustik:

Typewritten Portraits by Álvaro Franca.

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Hipster Combo Bonus!!!!! It’s art! It’s from a typewriter! It’s Kerouac!

Finding this guys Instagram so I can see what tea he drinks.

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