(Source: Flickr / kaldend)
(Source: Flickr / kaldend)
You kids wanna buy some drugs?
It’s not really an FAQ but;
A Satan headstone (pet) at a pet cemetery in Huntington Beach
Sunglasses wife-swap with @blackwolfff feat @unif #moodys Vs #shadys 😎❤️👓
Spent my Saturday night banging out some super delicate sterling silver bands. Pre-polishing & planishing ✨🔨💍✨
Ted Lawson paints nude self-portrait with own blood
As shown in the video below, Lawson’s piece “Ghost in the Machine (blood robot selfie)” uses a robot — connected to a vein in his arm via medical tube — to capture what resembles a human photo copy of the artist.
The artwork on Lawson’s site is sexy, grotesque and colorful, though arguably NSFW depending on whether or not your employer thinks art can be NSFW, which is a wonderful conversation to have with your employer while you both watch a man and a robot draw a nude portrait with blood.
Using figurative representation and geometric abstraction, Ted Lawson creates a narrative progression of forms that reveals something conceptually greater than the sum of their parts. Ted’s large scale works combine digital technology with highly crafted traditional sculpting methods to seamlessly produce conceptual objects that express the underlying analog truth within his subject matter. His working process in an exploration into the human existential experience through imagined models of the universe as physical form. He has been living and working in New York City creating original works from his studio in Greenpoint, Brooklyn.
Watch the Video:
Laurel Roth Hope: Reliquary- Gorilla Hand II, 20131.2.Hominid: Chimpanzee, 2011 2011
vera wood, swarovski crystal 8” deep, 6” tall, 6” wide3.4.Hominid: Mountain Gorilla, 2011
walnut, swarovski crystal 13” deep, 9” tall, 8” wide
5.6. Hominid: Chimpanzee II 2012
walnut, swarovski crystal 6 x 6 x 8 in
7.8..Reliquary: Gorilla Hand I 2013
walnut, epoxy, quartz geode 4 x 11 x 7 in9.10. Reliquary: Gorilla Hand II 2013
vera wood, epoxy, quartz geode 4 x 11 x 7 in
Cabinet of Monstrosities by Hajime Emoto. They are supposed to represent the 7 deadly sins.
These were all made from paper and bamboo. Here is his website, although it’s in Japanese. (Website)
I forgot the best one
Nice 30mm girth you have there. No wonder you have to hassle people on the internet to get your rocks off.
If today’s news has taught me anything, it’s that an old white woman can be as racist, transphobic, fatphobic, female-degrading, and offensive as possible….because she will still be remembered as “a good person” and “an icon for all woman” once she’s dead.
(Yes, I’m referring to Joan Rivers)
It’s been so long since I’ve straightened my hair, and I can see how much it’s grown every time. Yay! ✨🌙✨