Michael C. McMillian, Mike’s Pool Hall
I’m having an emotional response to this image (
click to view it full size). If you know who the artist is, please let me know so I can add credit.
Gil Scott-Heron “NY Is Killing Me” Chris Cunningham Version
Oh wow, Chris Cunningham’s audio/visual remix of this is incredible. Turn on HD and watch fullscreen with headphones.
Last night I drew a picture of a world where horses make tv shows.
LAPD’s Crime Alert poster following the 2009 theft of Andy Warhol paintings from Richard Weisman. I want this poster.
“We PAN DOWN to see that he’s blogging in a chat room at the bottom.” (2011) Ink on paper, identity of the artist removed in the interest of the artist’s personal and financial safety
Available in a limited edition of 1 at $45,000 apiece.
The History of Monuments by Wang Qingsong ( click to view full size)
Mr. Qingsong created the piece by covering live models in mud and photographing them.
I’m at a Christmas party where the food is all inspired by modern art. This is a carrot curry geleé inspired by Josef Albers.
Giles Phillips has studied Louis Sullivan’s and produced what is, in his words: “A System of Architectural Ornament, According with a Philosophy of Man’s Powers”
a Shape Grammar for Sullivan’s detailing, based upon one of the tiles from the building’s facade. To develop the grammar, I studied Sullivans designs, and also his writings, which speak in depth on the subject of ornament.
Why hello there, Patrick Nagel kite. How are you on this fine autumn day? (via