abstract n° 07, originally uploaded by swahili.be.
This week I “met” Marta Pelrine-Bacon on a blog that I read regularly called Seven Impossible Things Before Breakfast. I’m totally gaga over her work. Wow!
Once again Delirious Hem brought us a marvel a day with their annual advent calendar. It is alive with pleasures. One of my very favorites is “New Year Second” by Kaia Sand. It was hard to make a choice; the whole project is a marvel.
Photo of El Alma del Ebro, originally uploaded to flickr by Paulo Brandão. “El Alma del Ebro” sculpture by Artist Jaume Plensa.
This letter is not liver-spotted or decaying. Ferns feather this letter. Never will this letter be referred to as an institution, nor will it endure or persevere. This letter has lilt. Clearly, this letter lives somewhere lush. It does not possess charisma, only depth. This letter is not drenched in burgundy hues. This is theContinue reading “Love Letter by Emily Kendal Frey”
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I like the way Google creates logos for occasions in particular locales. It makes a huge conglomerate seem more personal. For example, you'd have to be googling from Japan to e-celebrate Isamu Noguchi's Birthday. You can see a collection of past Google doodles here.
Let me be "straight" with you where I'm coming from: Continue reading “Leaves/Tongues by Molly Bendall & Gail Wronsky”
I found Teresa Miro on the Spraygraphic Community site. The captions are as awesome as the artwork. Here's the one for the picture below: "He introduced himself as a young man of certain background and renown, but he was still a horse." From a text by Enrique Rodriguez Garrett.
Here's a fun sounding exercise from Read Write Poem. It's by Bruce Covey. Let us know if you give it a try! X=13, Y=21 Where there are coins, there’s matter, A narrow strip of over 700,000 in this province. Today the birds are green and the roofs are woven Of string. You pick the spot,Continue reading “DIY Dream Poem”
Visions of weathering the Texas gulf coast abound in this artwork, and the encaustic medium adds extra drama. Check out more amazing new work by Mona Marshall here.
If this picture doesn't spook you enough, click on it and check out the video by Eddo Stern [via Rhizome]
More wonderfulness by British photographer Andy Bell. Check out his photoblog, Deceptive Media, if you want to get happy.
Have you seen the wondrous new issue of Absent Magazine? Exemplifying said awesomeness, I've re-posted "love Poem" by Lauren Ireland. Also represented in this issue are: Dan Boehl Karen Carcia Darcie Dennigan Jessica Fjeld Andrea Henchey Matthew Klane Reb Livingston Marc McKee Daniela Olszewska Matt Shears Kim Gek Lin Short ~ Love Poem I amContinue reading “Absence Makes the Heart”
Another amazing edition of EOAGH has been posted, and it's huge and, as I said, amazing! Here's one by the poet Robyn Art. Please hustle on over and see the rest! [Theories of Colony Collapse Disorder] 1.Because the river is full of holes. 2. Because his hands. 3. Because those were the pearls thatContinue reading “EOAGH 5: The Mega Mega Edition”