Molly Dillon Funny, I swam in fresh water today. Mmm the feeling is mutual. Do people over there complain during perfect weather too? Just curious… this weekend made me feel like people forgot how to enjoy conditions that aren’t sterile.
I saw a turkey fly, stood among really tall trees, and rocked with a boat this weekend. And I held a snake.
It was like a brown pencil but more wiggly.
It was nice.
I love you too.
moment of silence for the women who are competing in the olympics while on their period
Hyundai Elantra Coupe Zombie Survival Machine; a vehicle designed not only to flee the somnambulant hordes, but to turn and face them, slicing and dicing with all the subtlety of a flying chainsaw. Unveiled at Comic-Con, the vehicle was designed by The Walking Dead creator and writer Robert Kirkman and Design Craft Fabrication, the California-based firm better known for its race-car-building skills.
The list of the places where Blu has left his trace is as long as his collection of sketchbooks which contain sketches, thoughts or simply visual notes. Often these drawings function as a script for his improvisations on walls. His graphic mania is directly proportional to the epic scale of his murals. His paintings seem to interpret the architectural language of public spaces and reinvent them into new shapes. Thus, his murals are never detached from the places where they were conceived because Blu is a painter in the landscape, urban or industrial. He always tries to communicate with the society which inhabits those spaces, searching for the uniqueness of each place. (…) The recurring themes of his imagery play on the distortion of the human figure. He speaks a pop vocabulary which resembles the automatic writing process of the surrealist tradition with purely rhetorical processes. (…) Blu’s aesthetic search is motivated by a belief in an open source philosophy, persistent in its anarchical revolt against contemporary art conventions and unique in beauty. (cf. Wikipedia)