Hovertext: Seriously though, somebody explain this shit.
Yes, I am pretty pleased with myself.
Really, any time you’re saying “it was a joke” in your own defense, it’s bad times. It almost certainly means that you’ve offended someone, and now you’re telling them that you find the offensive thing you said funny. Of course, it’s often a perfectly valid defense, but it depends on appealing to the sense of humor and rationality of someone who didn’t get the joke in the first place, and is now angry.
Early Mullet Boss had a sort of a Kris Kristofferson thing going on … which is not a good thing.
Note from Missy: Feels more like an ’80s Kenny Loggins vibe to me. Which, still, not great.
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(photo via BeyondMusing)
here we can see that Florida is actually a poorly written artificial data matrix, as evidenced by this poorly rendered police vehicle clipping through the environment due to similation processor loads being too high during the rainy season.
Bethesda programmed Florida
Faig Ahmed distorts the patterns of traditional Azerbaijani rugs, dimantling their structure in order to build compositions that trick the eye by appearing to melt off the wall. By rearticulating the original design, he creates contemporary sculptural forms that look like digital glitches, patterns flatlining halfway through a tapestry or gradually morphing into a digital mosaic.
Ahmed explains that his fascination for textiles stems from their historical value, humanity utilizing fabric for nearly the entire length of human history. “Another thing that interests me is pattern,” says Ahmed. “Patterns and ornaments can be found in all cultures, sometimes similar, sometimes very different. I consider them words and phrases that can be read and translated to a language we understand.”
Ahmed lives and works in Baku, Azerbaijan and graduated from the sculpture department of Azerbaijan State Academy of Fine Art in 2004. The artist previously focused on painting, video, and installation, but now currently focuses on textile and sculpture. Ahmed recently had a solo exhibition with Italian gallery Montoro12 titled “Omnia Mutantur, Nihil Interit,” and is currently in the group exhibition “Crafted: Objects in Flux” at The Museum of Fine Arts in Boston until January 10, 2016. (via Booooooom)
RIP lil’ blob
Fettuccine just shed :3
The Hideout Chragi Frei
The Hideout is a personal project, a thing I just felt like drawing. It’s about the outdoors, living off the grid, in an uncharted wilderness. I drew an A-frame hut as a shelter, because I’m not that good a pitching tents. Also, you can sort of close that thing off, in case a rabbit or an grumpy red robin should decide to start a fight. A bottle of whiskey, cup of tea and a good book form a big part of the depicted outdoor activities here, as they should in my opinion. You can buy prints here.
Images and text via Chragi Frei
Adam Victor Brandizzi
Excellent alt text.
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