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Its Plastic Art…

Blog: September 28th, 2010

And its falling apart Does Plastic Art Last Forever? Not even close. Can a generation of synthetic objects be saved? Its plastic artifacts and their not fairing any better The casualty list is appalling: Antique plastic dolls at the National Museum of Denmark have begun to peel and flake; classic furniture at the Victoria & […]

A Rabbit ignores me

Blog: October 28th, 2010

uploaded by Titanium058. I love these, they’re so weird. Nothing happened. So minimal. Oh, found via Coilhouse

A Rabbit which did nothing

Blog: November 2nd, 2010

More Rabbits, or should I say more of a Rabbit. Nothing is happening. Nothing will happen. Uploaded by Titanium058. Oh, found via Coilhouse I Love these.

2008 United States Presidential Candidate from Japan

Blog: November 7th, 2010

Mad, grim and funny. Koichi Toyama’s Candidate speech for the American 2008 Presidential campaign. Found via Undulating Ungulate, thanks Billy :).

Metal is Truth / Art and Metal

Blog: April 20th, 2011

Fantastically interesting article about metal/black metal, art and culture. Some of the good bits: In the art world, the citation of black metal serves as a negative symbol. Metal produces signs that are not meant to appeal to the masses. The artist who introduces black metal aesthetics thus refers to a phenomenon that is considered […]


Blog: April 21st, 2011

The conduit of being from the depths of elsewhere.

The Internet is art

Blog: May 12th, 2011

You know as an idea for artistic expression the Internet is kinda awesome its everything and nothing; empty and full; pregnant of possibilities; lacking truth and substance; surfing the surface of nothing; expression becomes everything and nothing you can do nothing and everything; text and image are endlessly, recombined, rejoined, rejected, reinforced, removed, recycled: transcending […]

Harry Clarke

Blog: July 21st, 2011

Click images for larger size. Harry Clark was an Artist and Illustrator and a leading figure in the Arts and Crafts movement. I love his work especially his black and white illustrations. More illustrations from this fantastic blog post. Thank you Will Schofield for uploading these amazing images to the internets

The Balloon

November 11th, 2011

Red Trousers

December 30th, 2011