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July 27, 2015

ice

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July 24, 2015

too many toothpicks

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https://player.vimeo.com/video/22461692

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As if constructing such a complex, detailed, city replica out of miniature objects was not impressive enough, Scott Weaver’s piece Rolling Through the Bay is interactive! The structure is kinetic, as it navigates ping pongs balls like tourists through the many infamous sites and neighborhoods that make up San Francisco’s lifeblood.

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July 22, 2015

what the cluck

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thanks Indonesia!

The building was originally built as a prayer house by 67-year-old Daniel Alamsjah after he received a divine message from God. Although he intended the building to resemble a dove, the locals care more that it looks like a chicken, nicknaming it “Chicken Church.”

via uzone.id

via Punthuk Setumbu

via Alek Kurniawan

via Alek Kurniawan

via Alek Kurniawan

via Alek Kurniawan

chicken-head

July 20, 2015

book mountain

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http://guylaramee.com/

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July 18, 2015

taj

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Women in bright dress walk by a fountain with the Taj Mahal in the background, 1959. Photograph by Melville B. Grosvenor, National Geographic Creative

July 14, 2015

pizzaset is so beautiful

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July 10, 2015

suck my stitch (nsfw)

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https://sullivanstrumpf.com/artists/leah-emery/

The project began when Emery discovered explicit pictures that had missed the spam filters on her work computer. Imbued with mischief and a good sense of humor, Emery decided to learn how to cross-stitch while putting the images to use. In the above video, Emery discusses her content and “research”:

“[My porn scenes depict] human beings in the throes of carnality, which isn’t always attractive from the outside — it can sometimes be quite confronting and twisted and sweaty and hairy. And I really enjoy depicting those real moments. And doing the research is sitting on the computer looking through porn files on porn sites, which is a kind of funny career aspiration.”

Some of the images are hard to immediately discern — you might notice the gorgeous stitch work and colors before your eyes adjust to what they actually depict. Among masses of blurry skin and spread legs are a variety of sexual acts, from penetration, to threesomes, to voyeurism, to headstand cunnilingus. Somehow, the pixelated “censorship” makes the images more provocative, giving us a decent idea of what’s going on without the full visual satisfaction of high-definition.

Humor and eroticism aside, Emery’s artistic goal with her cross-stitch porn is to initiate conversation and sex positivity. She concludes the video with the following statement:

“It’s not the intention to shock. I just like the idea of contributing to a healthy sexual debate, which I don’t think we have a lot of in the media these days. I think we could all have a much healthier understanding and approach to topics of a sexual nature if we talk about it a little bit more.”

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July 2, 2015

cross stitch tattoos

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http://tattrx.com/artists/eva-krbdk

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 Eva Krbdk - typography tattoos

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scouting new york

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http://www.scoutingny.com/

“My name is Nick Carr. I work as a movie location scout in New York. My job is to stare at the city. This is what I see.”

for a quick idea of the site check out his favorites: http://www.scoutingny.com/scouts-favorite-finds/

there’s also film locations then and now, abandoned, and i like the hidden surprises (all 10 pages of it)

my favorite

http://www.scoutingny.com/scouting-the-remains-of-brooklyns-incredible-paramount-movie-theatre/

some photos

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bizarre souls

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