We go forward.
Schroon RIver, 2014
// photo Ben Colen
MRI scan of a human subject from the cranium to the feet
// transverse cross-sections in ultra-fast forward
Sculptures by Jim Skull
Jim F. Faure, known as Jim Skull, is the creator of these amazing sculptures. If the photos are impressive, imagine seeing them in person. The human skull is full of symbolism. The most common association that comes to mind when we see a skull, is death. But when I look at Jim’s sculptures, I see the skull as the home that contains and protects our thoughts and ideas, which live in the brain.
// it feels like a tour promo for the insular dictatorship of N. Korea.
aesthetically & historically interesting, reminds me a little of post-USSR Soviet countries with those big squares & uniformity
500 Years of Women in Painting - Philip Scott Johnson (2007)
// so much visual information, so little time
What a supremely minor thing! A button that says “like.” But what other habit so minor, besides breathing, or rinsing hands, or perhaps doubting oneself, do we respect with such tiny fervor? We do not collect others’ washed hands, do we? Not unless we are deranged. Nor feel more alive when someone else breathes at us, do we? Liking by button-image is the long denied possibility of creating energy. Look how ridiculous we’ve become—you cannot rightly demand logic. Today we are all question, we really? constantly, really everything. Today we go without punctuation entirely. Tomorrow’s leaders stuff language inside quotations, trying idiotically to punctuate in a way that expresses their and only their condition. Regarding diction and syntax I have calculated this for the medium. Here, we can hate with heavy fuck, we fucking hate shit on the internet and do it in our own words, or words we’d like anyway to own, but only inasmuch.
The Point is on Tumblr. Follow The Point on Tumblr.
// hilarious. caustic. incisive. amazing.
// tunnel of Love
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— Dr. Seuss (via randygrskovic)
// dr. Seuss was the truth