texasmonthly:

Behold! The photo archives of TM, stretching all the way back to 1973. Every drawer is this crammed with photos. #aroundtheoffice #archives #photojournalism (Taken with Instagram at Texas Monthly)

texasmonthly:

Behold! The photo archives of TM, stretching all the way back to 1973. Every drawer is this crammed with photos. #aroundtheoffice #archives #photojournalism (Taken with Instagram at Texas Monthly)

Discovered this Banksy during a stroll in New Orleans last spring. The girl and umbrella are covered with Plexi. 

Discovered this Banksy during a stroll in New Orleans last spring. The girl and umbrella are covered with Plexi. 

It’s good to check in with Godot every now and then

It’s good to check in with Godot every now and then

texasmonthly:

While you’re at home getting ready to watch the Daily Show, we’re here putting together the finest September issue we can. Hold on to your hats ladies and gents, this is gonna be a good one! #septemberissue #aroundtheoffice #deadline (Taken with Instagram at Texas Monthly)

Deadlines at the magazine look something like this. Lots of paper and impatient faces. 

texasmonthly:

While you’re at home getting ready to watch the Daily Show, we’re here putting together the finest September issue we can. Hold on to your hats ladies and gents, this is gonna be a good one! #septemberissue #aroundtheoffice #deadline (Taken with Instagram at Texas Monthly)

Deadlines at the magazine look something like this. Lots of paper and impatient faces. 

texasmonthly:

Because seriously, who DOESN’T love a chuckling McConaughey? Behind the scenes at our May 2012 cover shoot, McConaughey chatted with Richard Linklater about football and what to do about the upcoming 20 year anniversary of a little movie called Dazed and Confused. If you didn’t feel old before you read that sentence, now you do. Happy Humpday! 

Tumbling at Texas Monthly! Rad! 

texasmonthly:

Because seriously, who DOESN’T love a chuckling McConaughey? Behind the scenes at our May 2012 cover shoot, McConaughey chatted with Richard Linklater about football and what to do about the upcoming 20 year anniversary of a little movie called Dazed and Confused. If you didn’t feel old before you read that sentence, now you do. Happy Humpday! 

Tumbling at Texas Monthly! Rad! 

Banksy Olympics

Banksy Olympics

austinkleon:

Over at the NYTimes, Drew Christie has a fun video op-ed called “Allergy to Originality.”

When reading a 1976 oral history book called I Wish I Could Give My Son A Raccoon, he came across a line that seemed really familiar: “We’ve always been hewers of wood and the drawers of…

shelterring:

There’s A Bug In Here:

Although the design was originally done for Chrysler by Ghia, VW put it on a Karmann Coachworks frame and invented a classic. It used the same engine as the Beetle so it retained that telltale sound. Awesome look that ran fast downhill.

More info at Karmann Ghia Connection.

texasmonthly:

Every month, I get to take reference photos of Associate Editor David Courtney, AKA The Texanist, for our wonderful illustrator Jack Unruh. Today happens to be Mr. Unruh’s birthday, so to celebrate I’m kicking off our series of Before/After posts featuring Jack’s mind blowing work and my paltry reference photos. From all of us at Texas Monthly, happy birthday Jack! Thanks for bringing the Texanist into full color for all these years!

texasmonthly:

Every month, I get to take reference photos of Associate Editor David Courtney, AKA The Texanist, for our wonderful illustrator Jack Unruh. Today happens to be Mr. Unruh’s birthday, so to celebrate I’m kicking off our series of Before/After posts featuring Jack’s mind blowing work and my paltry reference photos. From all of us at Texas Monthly, happy birthday Jack! Thanks for bringing the Texanist into full color for all these years!

texasmonthly:

Where it all started. Very first issue of Texas Monthly from February 1973. Anyone out there got this one stashed away? #flashbackfriday #classiccovers #nofilter (Taken with Instagram at Texas Monthly)

texasmonthly:

Where it all started. Very first issue of Texas Monthly from February 1973. Anyone out there got this one stashed away? #flashbackfriday #classiccovers #nofilter (Taken with Instagram at Texas Monthly)