Utilizing the precision of modern day technology of 3-d printers and CNC type of equipment, Hedi Xandt is blending materials and visions in ways previously inconceivable. Deconstructing and literally tearing classical renaissance-style busts, Xandt is crafting unique and brilliant pieces with materials such as gold and bronze that are the height of intrigue. Be sure to check out Xandt’s tumblr, and try and get to see some of the work in person if at all possible. Thanks to Yimmy’s Yayo […]
Greetings all! Apologies for such a gap in postings – I have been attending a Natural Building Practicum at Quail Springs; a quasi-experiment on sustainable human lifestyles/practices. Located in the high desert of southern California ( in between Ojai & Bakersfield), the community is off the grid, and resources are limited and internet bandwidth is no exception, so I haven’t been able to upload files to this site due to restricted data usage. Recently I’ve learned that in between the […]
Thanks to my cuz Kristen (who should be having a baby any week / month now!), we got an extra special treat for you in the form of a Mumford & Sons track chock-full of humor. If you’ve seen it, you’ll probably want to see it again, and if not, get freeekin’ excited. HOPELESS WANDERER!
A master of the collage crafting, Ben Reyer has a streak of Dadaism in his creations. Seemingly quite down on the current run of things, Reyer pokes fun at the ridiculousness of our culture. Find your way over to Ben Reyer’s site for more of his precision juxtaposing, but be warned that a good deal of it is in the explicit territory. MEDLEY OF MADNESS.
Freelance Photographer Ian Willms spent the better part of 2 years embedded in the lives of First Nation Natives of the Fort Chipewyan area in Canada. Over the past decade, the lands surrounding Fort Chipewyan (once a Boreal forest) have been under assault from energy companies refining tar-sands. Willms decided to go and develop relations with the First Nation peoples, and present a perspective that is rarely given any attention due to its unsavory and evil nature. Willms in-depth investigation […]
Kim Taylor has got what some call: the skeeellz. “Jimma-nee krizzmizz” one (likely a country-type) might say when viewing the video below. Using the latest in greatest in animation, Taylor’s short on ‘Celestial Geometry’ is clean and beautiful. Find more of her graphic work by clicking on her name above, or visit Kim’s Vimeo page for more videos. STELLAR MINIMALISM
You know the drill…..here’s general miscellaneous dregs pulled from the depths of random folders and a tidying up of the desktop. Thanks to all the cool sites out there that allowed for the discovery of the below images: Yimmy’s Yayo, Juxtapoz, Another Reader, Patternity, etc! N-JOY!