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The Vegetable Museum by Ju Duoqi
09.10.2009
12:55 pm
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Vegetable artist Ju Duoqi says,

In the summer of ?Ǭ

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09.10.2009
12:55 pm
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Paint Drop Sculptures by Chis Dorosz
09.05.2009
11:15 pm
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Artist Chris Dorosz on his incredible sculptures:

imageOut of material discovery I began to regard the primacy of the paint drop, a form that takes shape not from a brush or any human-made implement or gesture, but purely from its own viscosity and the air it falls through, as analogous to the building blocks that make up the human body (DNA) or even its mimetic representation (the pixel).

With this in mind I?

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09.05.2009
11:15 pm
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The Pink and Blue Projects
09.04.2009
12:00 am
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JeeongMee Joon’s ?

Posted by Richard Metzger
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09.04.2009
12:00 am
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Podiatrist Photographs World’s Most Endangered Flowers
09.03.2009
03:06 am
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Alisa Opar from Audubon Magazine says,

For the first time in nearly 70 years, an Amorphophallus titanum, dubbed the ?

Posted by Tara McGinley
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09.03.2009
03:06 am
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Buddha Pears of Japan
09.03.2009
01:36 am
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09.03.2009
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Sandow Birk’s American Qur’an
08.31.2009
12:54 pm
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These are just two of the images from LA-based Sandow Birk‘s effort to “hand-transcribe the entire Qur’an according to historic Islamic traditions and to illuminate the text with relevant scenes from contemporary American life.”  Using a calligraphy style “loosely based on the Cholo graffiti associated with East Los Angeles,” Birk reinvisions the Qur’an,

as it was intended—as a universal message to humankind.  If the Qur?

Posted by Bradley Novicoff
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08.31.2009
12:54 pm
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Buddha Sculpture Made from Dead Insects
08.31.2009
11:56 am
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Not being able to read Japanese there is not much I can write here, but I think a picture is worth a thousand words in this case! Damien Hirst take note.


Via Japan Probe

Posted by Richard Metzger
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08.31.2009
11:56 am
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CD Packaging has Built-in Theremin
08.31.2009
11:26 am
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Moldover’s new CD, over 3 years in the making, not only delivers gorgeously diverse music with meaning and musical mastery, it completely redefines what it means to “play an album”... Moldover’s CD packaging itself IS a new musical instrument! The CD is mounted on a custom designed circuit board, intricately patterned and powering a “light-Theremin”. Yes! You play the artwork and it makes sound! Only the musical supervillain genius of Moldover could develop something so stunningly innovative.

 

(via Arbroath)

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08.31.2009
11:26 am
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Waiting for the World to End: Photos of Bomb Shelters
08.27.2009
12:59 am
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From Good Magazine:

Self-preservation is something that most humans take quite seriously, and that a few take to extremes. Faced with the real or imagined threat of attacks levied by nuclear, biological, and chemical weaponry, some people opt to head 25 feet underground, surrounded by concrete and complex air-filtration systems, surviving off rations and waiting, so to speak, for the end of the world.

That?

Posted by Tara McGinley
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08.27.2009
12:59 am
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Brian Eno’s 77 Million Paintings
08.26.2009
05:30 pm
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Coming soon to some not so far away beach, Brian Eno.  If you happen to be in Long Beach this fall (Sept. 12—Dec. 13), try to catch, in its SoCal debut, Brian Eno’s 77 Million Paintings:

Using sophisticated computer software and audio boom boxes, 77 Million Paintings features constantly changing images and musical compositions, which challenge the notion that the artist must be in control.  Eno?

Posted by Bradley Novicoff
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08.26.2009
05:30 pm
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