ashleytrommler:

Just spent about 5 hours on this poster that will be hung in the bathroom at work that no one will look at.

theculturetrip:

Louisville’s 10 Best Cultural Events and Festivals this August
Find out what’s on in Louisville this August at these top 10 Kentucky cultural happenings, from indie cinema to Bluegrass concerts. Read more at theculturetrip.com » theculturetrip:

Louisville’s 10 Best Cultural Events and Festivals this August
Find out what’s on in Louisville this August at these top 10 Kentucky cultural happenings, from indie cinema to Bluegrass concerts. Read more at theculturetrip.com » theculturetrip:

Louisville’s 10 Best Cultural Events and Festivals this August
Find out what’s on in Louisville this August at these top 10 Kentucky cultural happenings, from indie cinema to Bluegrass concerts. Read more at theculturetrip.com » theculturetrip:

Louisville’s 10 Best Cultural Events and Festivals this August
Find out what’s on in Louisville this August at these top 10 Kentucky cultural happenings, from indie cinema to Bluegrass concerts. Read more at theculturetrip.com »
epicuriouslouisville:

I went to Gralehaus this morning. Chief among my culinary sins (they are many) is that I have yet to visit either Holy Grale or Gralehaus, despite often recommending them. It was absolutely perfect and beautiful. 
The modbar espresso system is some next-leval coffee making bliss. 
Fizzy, cool, unsweet tea is my new favorite summer beverage. 
The macchiato had the most velvety, fuzzy coating of froth imaginable. 
Garden was gorgeous, utterly instagrammable. 
Menu was small, can’t wait to try everything on it. 
New favorite coffee place. It’s official.  epicuriouslouisville:

I went to Gralehaus this morning. Chief among my culinary sins (they are many) is that I have yet to visit either Holy Grale or Gralehaus, despite often recommending them. It was absolutely perfect and beautiful. 
The modbar espresso system is some next-leval coffee making bliss. 
Fizzy, cool, unsweet tea is my new favorite summer beverage. 
The macchiato had the most velvety, fuzzy coating of froth imaginable. 
Garden was gorgeous, utterly instagrammable. 
Menu was small, can’t wait to try everything on it. 
New favorite coffee place. It’s official.  epicuriouslouisville:

I went to Gralehaus this morning. Chief among my culinary sins (they are many) is that I have yet to visit either Holy Grale or Gralehaus, despite often recommending them. It was absolutely perfect and beautiful. 
The modbar espresso system is some next-leval coffee making bliss. 
Fizzy, cool, unsweet tea is my new favorite summer beverage. 
The macchiato had the most velvety, fuzzy coating of froth imaginable. 
Garden was gorgeous, utterly instagrammable. 
Menu was small, can’t wait to try everything on it. 
New favorite coffee place. It’s official.  epicuriouslouisville:

I went to Gralehaus this morning. Chief among my culinary sins (they are many) is that I have yet to visit either Holy Grale or Gralehaus, despite often recommending them. It was absolutely perfect and beautiful. 
The modbar espresso system is some next-leval coffee making bliss. 
Fizzy, cool, unsweet tea is my new favorite summer beverage. 
The macchiato had the most velvety, fuzzy coating of froth imaginable. 
Garden was gorgeous, utterly instagrammable. 
Menu was small, can’t wait to try everything on it. 
New favorite coffee place. It’s official. 

epicuriouslouisville:

I went to Gralehaus this morning. Chief among my culinary sins (they are many) is that I have yet to visit either Holy Grale or Gralehaus, despite often recommending them. It was absolutely perfect and beautiful. 

  • The modbar espresso system is some next-leval coffee making bliss. 
  • Fizzy, cool, unsweet tea is my new favorite summer beverage. 
  • The macchiato had the most velvety, fuzzy coating of froth imaginable. 
  • Garden was gorgeous, utterly instagrammable. 
  • Menu was small, can’t wait to try everything on it. 

New favorite coffee place. It’s official. 

epicuriouslouisville:

Copper & Kings is opening in Butchertown. Some fun facts:
It’s Kentucky’s only brandy distillery.
It’s “brandy for bourbon drinkers”.
They use something called “sonic aging” that pulses music into the barrels holding the brandy to better distribute the flavors. 
They’re making absinthe. 
Copper & Kings was chosen as a name because it sounds like a rock n’  roll brand. 
They have a fantastic space in front of the distillery with a conversation pit and a reflecting pool that will be used as a space for events, community involvement, and food trucks/pop up restaurants.
Their brandy is delicious and STRONG. 
YOU SHOULD GO.  epicuriouslouisville:

Copper & Kings is opening in Butchertown. Some fun facts:
It’s Kentucky’s only brandy distillery.
It’s “brandy for bourbon drinkers”.
They use something called “sonic aging” that pulses music into the barrels holding the brandy to better distribute the flavors. 
They’re making absinthe. 
Copper & Kings was chosen as a name because it sounds like a rock n’  roll brand. 
They have a fantastic space in front of the distillery with a conversation pit and a reflecting pool that will be used as a space for events, community involvement, and food trucks/pop up restaurants.
Their brandy is delicious and STRONG. 
YOU SHOULD GO.  epicuriouslouisville:

Copper & Kings is opening in Butchertown. Some fun facts:
It’s Kentucky’s only brandy distillery.
It’s “brandy for bourbon drinkers”.
They use something called “sonic aging” that pulses music into the barrels holding the brandy to better distribute the flavors. 
They’re making absinthe. 
Copper & Kings was chosen as a name because it sounds like a rock n’  roll brand. 
They have a fantastic space in front of the distillery with a conversation pit and a reflecting pool that will be used as a space for events, community involvement, and food trucks/pop up restaurants.
Their brandy is delicious and STRONG. 
YOU SHOULD GO.  epicuriouslouisville:

Copper & Kings is opening in Butchertown. Some fun facts:
It’s Kentucky’s only brandy distillery.
It’s “brandy for bourbon drinkers”.
They use something called “sonic aging” that pulses music into the barrels holding the brandy to better distribute the flavors. 
They’re making absinthe. 
Copper & Kings was chosen as a name because it sounds like a rock n’  roll brand. 
They have a fantastic space in front of the distillery with a conversation pit and a reflecting pool that will be used as a space for events, community involvement, and food trucks/pop up restaurants.
Their brandy is delicious and STRONG. 
YOU SHOULD GO.  epicuriouslouisville:

Copper & Kings is opening in Butchertown. Some fun facts:
It’s Kentucky’s only brandy distillery.
It’s “brandy for bourbon drinkers”.
They use something called “sonic aging” that pulses music into the barrels holding the brandy to better distribute the flavors. 
They’re making absinthe. 
Copper & Kings was chosen as a name because it sounds like a rock n’  roll brand. 
They have a fantastic space in front of the distillery with a conversation pit and a reflecting pool that will be used as a space for events, community involvement, and food trucks/pop up restaurants.
Their brandy is delicious and STRONG. 
YOU SHOULD GO.  epicuriouslouisville:

Copper & Kings is opening in Butchertown. Some fun facts:
It’s Kentucky’s only brandy distillery.
It’s “brandy for bourbon drinkers”.
They use something called “sonic aging” that pulses music into the barrels holding the brandy to better distribute the flavors. 
They’re making absinthe. 
Copper & Kings was chosen as a name because it sounds like a rock n’  roll brand. 
They have a fantastic space in front of the distillery with a conversation pit and a reflecting pool that will be used as a space for events, community involvement, and food trucks/pop up restaurants.
Their brandy is delicious and STRONG. 
YOU SHOULD GO. 

epicuriouslouisville:

Copper & Kings is opening in Butchertown. Some fun facts:

  • It’s Kentucky’s only brandy distillery.
  • It’s “brandy for bourbon drinkers”.
  • They use something called “sonic aging” that pulses music into the barrels holding the brandy to better distribute the flavors. 
  • They’re making absinthe. 
  • Copper & Kings was chosen as a name because it sounds like a rock n’  roll brand. 
  • They have a fantastic space in front of the distillery with a conversation pit and a reflecting pool that will be used as a space for events, community involvement, and food trucks/pop up restaurants.
  • Their brandy is delicious and STRONG. 

YOU SHOULD GO. 

bookriot:

Grab your bags. We’re going on a trip to Louisville, Kentucky to do some Literary Tourism.

finchfight:

Hello all! I’m so excited to announce that Kentucky’s own Misty Mountain String Band is releasing their second album, Brownsboro! I had the honor of illustrating the entire album. This my favorite type of work. And it was a huge privilege.
Check out MMSB’s Kickstarter, pledge a buck or two and help the band reach their goal! You’ll get a beautiful album, filled with amazing bluegrass folk music, and so many other great pledge options to choose from. (I’m particularly excited for the vinyl copies….)
See the full artwork here: http://bit.ly/1kt4cAu
And the Kickstarter: http://kck.st/1oMWvce finchfight:

Hello all! I’m so excited to announce that Kentucky’s own Misty Mountain String Band is releasing their second album, Brownsboro! I had the honor of illustrating the entire album. This my favorite type of work. And it was a huge privilege.
Check out MMSB’s Kickstarter, pledge a buck or two and help the band reach their goal! You’ll get a beautiful album, filled with amazing bluegrass folk music, and so many other great pledge options to choose from. (I’m particularly excited for the vinyl copies….)
See the full artwork here: http://bit.ly/1kt4cAu
And the Kickstarter: http://kck.st/1oMWvce finchfight:

Hello all! I’m so excited to announce that Kentucky’s own Misty Mountain String Band is releasing their second album, Brownsboro! I had the honor of illustrating the entire album. This my favorite type of work. And it was a huge privilege.
Check out MMSB’s Kickstarter, pledge a buck or two and help the band reach their goal! You’ll get a beautiful album, filled with amazing bluegrass folk music, and so many other great pledge options to choose from. (I’m particularly excited for the vinyl copies….)
See the full artwork here: http://bit.ly/1kt4cAu
And the Kickstarter: http://kck.st/1oMWvce

finchfight:

Hello all! I’m so excited to announce that Kentucky’s own Misty Mountain String Band is releasing their second album, Brownsboro! I had the honor of illustrating the entire album. This my favorite type of work. And it was a huge privilege.

Check out MMSB’s Kickstarter, pledge a buck or two and help the band reach their goal! You’ll get a beautiful album, filled with amazing bluegrass folk music, and so many other great pledge options to choose from. (I’m particularly excited for the vinyl copies….)

See the full artwork here: http://bit.ly/1kt4cAu

And the Kickstarterhttp://kck.st/1oMWvce

camwhoreconfessional:

unbridledlearning:

wiccateachings:

Certain plants can purify the air taking out toxins or bad or stale air, these are some wonderful plants to keep around the home.

1. Bamboo Palm: It removes formaldahyde and is also said to act as a natural humidifier.

2. Snake Plant: It absorb nitrogen oxides and formaldahyde.

3. Areca Palm: One of the best air purifying plants for general air cleanliness.

4. Spider Plant: Great indoor plant for removing carbon monoxide and other toxins or impurities. Spider plants are one of three plants NASA deems best at removing formaldahyde from the air.

5. Peace Lily: Peace lilies could be called the “clean-all.” They’re often placed in bathrooms or laundry rooms because they’re known for removing mold spores. Also know to remove formaldahyde and trichloroethylene.

6. Gerbera Daisy: Not only do these gorgeous flowers remove benzene from the air, they’re known to improve sleep by absorbing carbon dioxide and giving off more oxygen over night.

But is this the reason why my grandma have every single one of these plants? (including aloe)

I need to get some when I move into my new place

(via never-in-one-place)

jacks-cold-sweat:

0bstacles:

huffingtonpost:

THIS GENIUS MACHINE FEEDS STRAY DOGS IN EXCHANGE FOR RECYCLED BOTTLES
The Turkish company Pugedon has created a vending machine that’s dispensing help for both the environment and our furry friends.
Watch the machine in action here.

this makes me so happy

OMG I WANT TO PUT THEM EVERYWHERE! 
jacks-cold-sweat:

0bstacles:

huffingtonpost:

THIS GENIUS MACHINE FEEDS STRAY DOGS IN EXCHANGE FOR RECYCLED BOTTLES
The Turkish company Pugedon has created a vending machine that’s dispensing help for both the environment and our furry friends.
Watch the machine in action here.

this makes me so happy

OMG I WANT TO PUT THEM EVERYWHERE! 
jacks-cold-sweat:

0bstacles:

huffingtonpost:

THIS GENIUS MACHINE FEEDS STRAY DOGS IN EXCHANGE FOR RECYCLED BOTTLES
The Turkish company Pugedon has created a vending machine that’s dispensing help for both the environment and our furry friends.
Watch the machine in action here.

this makes me so happy

OMG I WANT TO PUT THEM EVERYWHERE! 
jacks-cold-sweat:

0bstacles:

huffingtonpost:

THIS GENIUS MACHINE FEEDS STRAY DOGS IN EXCHANGE FOR RECYCLED BOTTLES
The Turkish company Pugedon has created a vending machine that’s dispensing help for both the environment and our furry friends.
Watch the machine in action here.

this makes me so happy

OMG I WANT TO PUT THEM EVERYWHERE! 
jacks-cold-sweat:

0bstacles:

huffingtonpost:

THIS GENIUS MACHINE FEEDS STRAY DOGS IN EXCHANGE FOR RECYCLED BOTTLES
The Turkish company Pugedon has created a vending machine that’s dispensing help for both the environment and our furry friends.
Watch the machine in action here.

this makes me so happy

OMG I WANT TO PUT THEM EVERYWHERE! 
jacks-cold-sweat:

0bstacles:

huffingtonpost:

THIS GENIUS MACHINE FEEDS STRAY DOGS IN EXCHANGE FOR RECYCLED BOTTLES
The Turkish company Pugedon has created a vending machine that’s dispensing help for both the environment and our furry friends.
Watch the machine in action here.

this makes me so happy

OMG I WANT TO PUT THEM EVERYWHERE! 

jacks-cold-sweat:

0bstacles:

huffingtonpost:

THIS GENIUS MACHINE FEEDS STRAY DOGS IN EXCHANGE FOR RECYCLED BOTTLES

The Turkish company Pugedon has created a vending machine that’s dispensing help for both the environment and our furry friends.

Watch the machine in action here.

this makes me so happy

OMG I WANT TO PUT THEM EVERYWHERE! 

(via never-in-one-place)

folklifestyle:

Yesterday we sold nearly 1000 vintage blue Ball canning jars. We still have a few left if you would like to place an order. They’re $6 a piece and shipping is free all weekend (worldwide). We added vintage clear jars with zinc lids to the line up. | LIVEAUTHENTIC.US. (at liveauthentic.us)

(via wiildantlers)

“My heart needs the mountains like my body needs the water.”
the-game-of-a-lannister:

God damn it! No! No! You dont get to be so handsome and get away with it! the-game-of-a-lannister:

God damn it! No! No! You dont get to be so handsome and get away with it! the-game-of-a-lannister:

God damn it! No! No! You dont get to be so handsome and get away with it! the-game-of-a-lannister:

God damn it! No! No! You dont get to be so handsome and get away with it!

the-game-of-a-lannister:

God damn it! No! No! You dont get to be so handsome and get away with it!

(via moonandtrees)