Here are some of my own photographs from the past month of traveling to Oregon’s various spectacular landscapes. The ‘Badlands’ are only a little over 20 miles east of Bend, and have a lot of incredible Juniper tree skeletons. The Painted Hills are vibrant clay formations that have taken millennium to emerge and are continuously undergoing phase change. Hope you like ’em! OREY-GUN Advertisements
Here is a awe-inspiring and contemplative short video about life and the incredible process it has taken from the explosion of stars who knows how many years ago. Makes one have a new appreciation for our planet and place on it as cognizant beings. AMALGAMATED STARDUST.
Daniel Sierra‘s Thesis piece for his MFA in Computer Arts @ the School of Visual Arts (NY) is so dazzling and impressive in terms of coding, that it really is hard to fathom for common folk (such as myself). Obliterating and incinerating computer genrated sine waves in synch with an audio creation from Senyor Sierra himself, the video is well worth a gander – make sure to go full-screen on this one. (via Juxtapoz) ORDER & CHAOS. BONUS: Below […]
Luke Pelletier has got style. A very informal, surf/skater punky style that gives the vibe of youth, playfulness and a bizarre edge. As seen in one of the last images below, Luke has even made and illustrated his own pinball machine! FUN STUFF.
Goodnizz me this world is huge and varied. This week we see a wide range of human path and potential from holy men and wig-wearing ‘Lords’, to mass wedding brides and sheep slaughtering. As always, all the selections are drawn from the NY Times LENS photojournalism site.
Some audial gems to turn that grimace into a ‘hellllyez’! Most the songs below (all?) are downloadable, so if you enjoy their flavor make sure andsnag it, whilst providing some positive feedback for the artist. The re-work of the originally sampled song for Gnarls Barkley’s ‘Crazy’ is amazing. Good luck out der me breddren an’ sistren. HELLLLYEHZ
Finely tuning literally thousands of components and pieces in his work, Kris Kuski is brilliantly OCD. Originally stumbling upon Kuski’s ‘Church Tanks’ via Juxtapoz, further investigation led to the discovery that Kris is a multi-talented artist with incredible attention to detail. Constructing hus work out of model-kit parts, his creations are the ‘Master’ level of the model building hobby. DON’T ATTEMPT THIS AT HOME