Danny Quirk’s Anatomical Self-Dissections made me think of Andreas Vesalius, and I like being reminded of those old amazing images and how they are still influencing artists today. [via]
I know that we all already have it but now there’s a reason to buy it again! This is Spinal Tap – Limited Marshall Amp Edition Blu-ray. It has a fully working little amp… eleven!
Nanan’s Urban Lights take on robotic forms with beautifully aged patinas. [via]
One of my favourite photographers, Skorj, has a Tumblr and it’s great. [via]
The Evolution of Western Dance Music is a very quick lesson. Pay attention of use the slider at the bottom to figure it out. [via]
Vincent J. Stoker’s Heterotopia. Abandonment and symmetry. Perfect. [via]
Aaron Hobson’s Google Street View Edition –
“In search of enchanted and remote lands typically only reserved for the eyes of it’s inhabitants, but now are captured on camera by the automated and aesthetically-neutered google street view cars that linger. Void of the main character (self-portrait) and an internal view, these images represent the closing chapter of 4 years of cinemascapes with an external view of the world.”
I’m not entirely sure what to make of the artist’s statement but the images look to be retouched GSV photos. They’re great. [via]
Stanley Donwood’s poster for the Occupy Movement is the most powerful piece of art and writing I’ve seen on the subject so far. He’s made it available to download and given helpful instructions on how to best print it out and paste it up. [via]
Nick Sitton has a small series of photos where the image is shattered by a number of circular twisted sections – Twisted [via]
Jason Hull has been busy converting vintage cameras into nightlights and very nice they are too. [via]
[Update – 22/11/11] Instructions on how to make your own can be found here.