Global Rainbow by Yvette Martens



APRIL 26, 2012


Snowshoe Art by Simon Beck



APRIL 26, 2012


Darth Vader in a Kilt Riding a Unicycle

(Playing Bagpipes)

APRIL 26, 2012


Garden & Villa - Black Hills

APRIL 24, 2012


Timber Timbre - Black Water

APRIL 24, 2012


The Photography of Roger Ballen



APRIL 23, 2012


Ansel Adams Does Los Angeles



APRIL 23, 2012


Sweeps, Nomads, Quacks and Crawlers

The Down and Outs of Victorian London



APRIL 23, 2012


M83 - Midnight City

APRIL 21, 2012


Playtime


APRIL 20, 2012


Context-Free Patent Art



APRIL 20, 2012


Chernobyl Pictures



APRIL 20, 2012


Destroyer - Kaputt

APRIL 17, 2012


Why? - A Sky For Shoeing Horses Under

APRIL 13, 2012


Why? - Good Friday

APRIL 13, 2012


Heinz Automato

APRIL 06, 2012


Juan Pablo Zaramella - Luminaris

APRIL 06, 2012


Animal: Inside Out



APRIL 06, 2012


3.5" Floppy Auto-Loader

APRIL 06, 2012


Peeps Show VI

APRIL 01, 2012


The Complete Batman Window Scenes

APRIL 01, 2012


The Scale of the Universe

APRIL 01, 2012


Vonnegut - I Am Very Real

"In October of 1973, Bruce Severy - a 26-year-old English teacher at Drake High School, North Dakota - decied to use Kurt Vonnegut's novel, Slaughterhouse-Five, as a teaching aid in the classroom. The next month, on November 7th, the head of the school board, Charles McCarthy, demanded that all 32 copies be burned in the school's furnace as a result of its 'obscene language'. Other books soon met with the same fate.

"On the 16th of November, Kurt Vonnegut sent McCarthy the following letter. He didn't receive a reply."

read the letter

APRIL 01, 2012