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Please watch this video. It’s very important.
"Oh, hey, this is actually a topic I find really interOH.”
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Looks like my graphics card just ate shit, Yaaayyyy…..
I’m to tired to deal with this bullshit right now, I’m going to sleep.
count3 (also known as thinnesta or NOLCA_SOLCA)
I’ve been, and still am, anxiously watching count3 since nearly the beginning of their online presence (or at least what I know of it), looking forward to what new, unpredictable direction their work is to go in. Although their gallery is scarce, their skill is top-notch, typically dealing with a uniquely dark themed aesthetic of elegant semi-horror.
Obscure Sculptures by Wim Botha
Lately sculptures formed out of books seems to be progressing with us. Artist Wim Botha based out of South Africa chooses specific books reflecting human identity and immorality.
“There is seldom a distinction to be drawn between the prominence of the concept and that of the medium. I work with materials central to mass consumerist applications, that are subsequently transformed in essence and meaning to a point at which material and concept becomes integrally interdependent.” -Wim Botha.
It’s dangerous to go alone, TAKE THIS
Concept Art: Cloud Atlas
Earth’s upper atmosphere—below freezing, nearly without oxygen, flooded by UV radiation—is no place to live. But last winter, scientists from the Georgia Institute of Technology discovered that billions of bacteria actually thrive up there.
Expecting only a smattering of microorganisms, the researchers flew six miles above Earth’s surface in a NASA jet plane. There, they pumped outside air through a filter to collect particles.
Back on the ground, they tallied the organisms, and the count was staggering: 20 percent of what they had assumed to be just dust or other particles was alive. Earth, it seems, is surrounded by a bubble of bacteria.
Now what? Read the whole story over at PopSci…
If you listen very carefully, you can hear both Adrian Monk and Hannelore Ellicott-Chatham curling up into the fetal position and hiding.
captain america’s list of things he missed while frozen (in different countries)
Jason deCaires Taylor (English, b. 1974)
- Resurrection. Underwater sculpture that incorporates Gorgonian fan coral, off the shores of Cancun, Mexico, 2009.
- Sculpture in Moliniere Underwater Sculpture Park, Grenada, West Indies, 2006.
- La Diablesse in Moliniere Underwater Sculpture Park, Grenada, West Indies, 2006.
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