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Cerebral Museum 1

My new favourite Tumblr. Cosmic psychedelic coolness. Few of my favourites after the jump…

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jjjjound 8

Another blog that is beautifully open to interpretation. Check out the (maybe?) sister site to ffffound….jjjjound. Images culled after the jump

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Scott Walker Nerd Boyfriend Tumblr

A bit of morning inspiration for all you stylish gentlemen out there. Check out Nerd Boyfriend, another mysterious tumble blog (seriously, this one has no title at all, super minimal) Fantastic images of 20th century greats, from singers, to writers, to raconteurs and designers, a handy link through to these style inspirations is provided. Dead simple and very useful. Go see. (Cheers to @budcadell for the spot)

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The Scrapbook RGB

After the exquisite write up that I received from @chungaiz it feels only right and proper to bring you the inspirational work of the scrapbook – his beautifully styled and well written blog.

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Look At This Fucking Hipster Malcolm X

A little too close to the knuckle blog. According to Gawker, this guy just got a book deal. Here’s some highlights.

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Image: SirK (Via Wooster Collective)

I recently found this fascinating talk on PSFK. It’s from Marc and Sara Schiller, who collectively run the Wooster Collective, which has over the last few years become the number one resource for fans of Street Art around the world.

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Faris Yakob is the Chief Technology Strategist of McCann Eriksson NY, he is recognised as one of the foremost minds in Social Media and digital marketing. Which is saying a lot as wherever you turn these days everyone says they are a ‘Social Media Expert.’ I highly recommend following his blog. Talent Imitates, Genius Steals, always full of thought provoking insights. His most recent post is a presentation he has recently given. Be Nice Or Leave. It’s quite long (about 40 odd minutes), but works as a great introduction to both Social Media itself, and why it’s growth in importance is changing the world around us. Exciting times, even in the most challenging of environments.  (P.S, To see the videos from the presentation just click through to the original blog posting here)

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