Directed by Dvein
“A bunch of animals hide in the darkness of the night, motivated by their very own instinct, not feeling menaced by anything or anyone. But a light disturbs their peaceful rest, they feel troubled when their land is invaded and everything becomes unexpected. The Sun rises, the animals leave, the sun light baths the land and we keep wandering around, not knowing where and when we are and nothing matters anymore.”
Owner: “He had just laid down in his spot to take a little nap, and he turned into a toboggan and slid 63 feet down the hill, hit a group of oak trees, which flung him around and upside down, and he was lodged.”
The “World’s Oldest Public Toilet” was recently discovered at the Chanares Formation in Argentina. Dating back 240 million years, the producers of the “big lumps” were Dinodontosaurus, eight-foot-long megaherbivores that would be comparable to the modern day rhinoceros.
Speaking of plants, we’re digging this Plants & Animals series by artist Stephen Eichhorn. Prints of Nine (IV) and Nine (V) are available here.
—Zio / @zioxla
From Anna Biller’s 2007 film VIVA
Ol’ Dirty Bastard tries out for the part of Mister Ed.
An ongoing series by Simen Johan, part of which is currently on display at Yossi Milo in New York.
The power of slow motion is in full effect in this video based off of Carli Davidson’s photo series SHAKE.