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August 22, 2006 - 12:36 PM

[art] - Nicholas Di Genova : Three-Headed Suckerfish with arms and legs. A stunning portfolio of vector illustration. Similar to feric.

julia hechtman - tree lines. Like a minimalist Japanese landscape.

organics: Catherine Howe's bust paintings, and paul n grech

surreal: Marion Peck - Kittens, and Aaron Jasinski - Migration of Frogs

BibliOdyssey: Industrial Anatomy

the chung. fun!

wandering star. should be a children's book illustrator. (slithy frames and popups)

August 11, 2006 - 01:46 PM

[words] - the politically incorrect alphabet

Derek Abbott's (international) Animal Noise Page. Hear how they sound at bzzzpeek and Sounds of the World's Animals. (via)

Didacticism - "... In this sense, the Bible is didactic because it offers guidance in moral, religious, and ethical matters. It tells stories of the lives of people that followed Judeo-Christian teachings, and stories of people that decided to go against God and the consequences that they faced." So the bible is the world's oldest chain letter!

Poems showing the absurdities of English spelling

you know, that thing...

Umwelt. See also: Reality tunnel and World view and Veil of perception

August 11, 2006 - 12:44 PM

[meta] - New email spam filters in effect, and am no longer accepting random-words/
Please use the link on the left, or my name, as the email address prefix.
If you've sent anything recently that got bounced back, or didnt produce an expected reply, please resend. Much thanks.

August 03, 2006 - 08:38 PM

[art] - Three galleries of the oversize sculptures by Ron Mueck: one, two, three

ronald kurniawan's paintings, plus his Seven Holes on the Head sculpture

World Championships of sand sculpture

Galerie Meile bone meal and glue sculptures.

Kropserkel: Prop Culture - costumes, props, and prototypes


"Colour Reading and Contexture". contourific!

"Siberian Tiger"