7 months ago
Levi’s jean jacket from 1960’s

Levi’s jean jacket from 1960’s

Fuji X-T1 - Amazingly fast AF and EVF in a smaller DSLR body. Now I don’t know if I want a SLR or a rangefinder.

7 months ago

Zero Theorem, a new film by Terry Gilliam.

7 months ago

bobaguysBoba Guys is growing and looking to hire! We are looking to add one more part-time barista to our team. It could be you!

About Us:
We are a food startup that began as a popup shop, grew to our own cafe in the Mission District of San Francisco, and we are expanding even further this year!

What We Stand For:
We’ve built and continue to cultivate a close-knit team and culture that embodies the three things we stand for: Quality, Transparency, and Giving a Damn. To read more about our mission, click here.

What you’ll need to rock in this role:
The work you’ll be doing is fast-paced, fun and team-oriented so a strong work ethic and playing nice with others is required. We also have some of the best, most loyal customers in the world so an upbeat attitude is a must; you’re the face of our company! Cafe experienced preferred but not required.

If this sounds like your cup of tea (sorry we couldn’t resist), head over to our jobs page and follow the instructions to apply.

http://www.bobaguys.com/jobs/

Bernhard Willhelm x Camper

Bernhard Willhelm x Camper

7 months ago
"Summer Still Life", Wolfgang Tillmans

"Summer Still Life", Wolfgang Tillmans

bobaguysWhere the world’s biggest tea drinkers are

China is far and away the largest consumer of tea, at 1.6 billion pounds a year. But per person, as illustrated in the map above, the picture is a lot different: Turkey, Ireland, and the United Kingdom are home to the world’s biggest tea drinkers.

The Turkish, for one, don’t merely enjoy drinking tea; they downright adore the stuff. Turkey’s nearly 7 pounds per person per year is easily the largest in the world. (via Quartz)

7 months ago
Yayoi Kusama