Most of the internet has alerted me to the existence of this video. THIS VIDEO! It’s doing it. I like the background dancers the best, but you can have a different favorite part.
Because I am actually procrastinating right now, I found out that the “art” in the video was “done” by this guy named Sebastian Masuda. He makes accessories for this brand called 6% Dokidoki? The question mark was added by me because I don’t think I actually care about this at all.
For the past couple of weeks, everyone has been posting the Vice documentary and photos of these ridiculous boots, and I’m just adding to the pile. I guess these are real (though in my head, I’m still hoping this is a really elaborate prank).
I’ve got to give credit where credit is due and this one deserves a thank you to Anne B. Kelly who writes for Huffington Post. She wrote a little blog about artist, Jessica Harrison, and I kind of ignored all of the words because I was captivated by the grossness of the work. It’s too good! Furniture made out of skin and hair? Well, it’s not real skin but it is real hair, and the skin looks real enough to give me the heebie jeebies (is that term racist, by the way? Because it sounds like it could be).
Check it out y’all! YUCK!!!!!!!!!
More work that is equally awesome here: www.jessicaharrison.com
Lots of dark and scary lolz in Matt Furie’s drawings.
Robot dancing! So now Real Doll owners can groove with their love dolls? This millenium is out of control! She’s not bad, actually.
“Found object” sculptures by Japanese artist Hideki Kuwajima. Man, they sure do throw away pretty new-looking stuff in Japan! Dumpster diving over there must be pretty awesome.
Who is to blame? What for? And what is your role in the matter?
Three simple questions asked by the Blame Accountants working for Geoffrey Cunningham and Carla Repice, founders of The Office of Blame Accountability. Last night the office was set up at the San Diego Museum of Art during the Summer Night Salon Series, providing the opportunity for patrons to file their blame away and leave with their receipt of accountability.
A refreshing and brilliant project that I was thrilled to participate in. Please check out the website and file some blame of your own!
I often fantasize about what it would be like to be a giant. Not your typical, Guinness World Records “Tallest Woman on Earth” deal either. Those poor people always look miserable, with their malfunctioning bones and horrific posture. It’d be more like Attack of the 50 foot woman, completely proportional, except for the extra rolls here and there. GIGANTIC ROLLS!
Thomas Mailaender’s photographs are making me rethink my dream. Perhaps it’d be better to be miniature?
Check out more of his work at : www.thomasmailaender.com
It’s Milana’s Birthday everyone!!!!!
As a tribute to mi hermana, I would like to post a video that reminds me of what we can accomplish together; as long as we’re driven, determined, and Christian identical twins.
I hope you appreciate the extra long version, which includes all 3 intros documenting the girls’ abandonment of their innocence. We too would sing our own theme song with the intensity and conviction of a poor man’s Patti LaBelle.
Make your own conclusions. I’m exhausted.