Our girl Alix makes these really cool stitch pieces. So cool in fact, she has opened an Etsy store to sell some of them.
Rick Howard in Questionable
Opening in like 30 minutes is Slater Bradley’s 6th solo exhibition at Team Gallery, if we were immortal.
Just when you thought auto-tune was finally dead, it shows up with baseball Hall-of-Famer George Brett dishing on an excellent meal.
Chris Jordan‘s photographs of albatross chicks were made on Midway Atoll, a sliver of sand and coral deep in the middle of the North Pacific Ocean.This is pretty disturbing work, and the reality of it goes unnoticed. Check out the video after the jump.
XTC, Dear God
Truthfully, I had forgot all about MC Paul Barman but, news of a return is very welcome. Especially when the return involves the help of DOOM, Prince Paul, ?uestlove, Del The Funky Homosapien and Michel Gondry.
Lauryn Hill, Everything is Everything, 1998
Fuck My Sex Life is a “fun way to burn otherwise productive time.” We still like Sorry Mom more though
Opening Saturday night in San Francisco is a show that we will miss but, you should not. Steve ‘Espo’ Powers at White Walls. Boom.
MBA: Most Blogged About
More info on the fun at White Walls
And while you’re at it, have a look at this old interview from Megawords with Steve Powers and Ari Forman
White Walls Gallery
835 Larkin Street, San Francisco, CA 94109
Rollover the images on her site and see what’s for sale. What a good idea, I should do this with my storage closet.
“Sarah decided to leave the corporate world behind her and has set up shop in her own home. Her home, round the corner from Portobello Market where she has a stall, is now overflowing with treasures and delights and she welcomes visitors with tea and cakes.”
It is because of technology that we are able to appreciate this.
Alex Lukas opens a show of new work, The Eventuality of Daybreak, at Glowlab tonight. Above is just a hint of what you can expect to see.
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This is a really interesting theory and article from USA Today, check it out.
A recent study published in the journal Nature Geosciences proposes “atmospheric pressure changes associated with some weather systems could help trigger earthquakes, landslides, volcanic eruptions.” This theory dates as far back as Aristotle, “who in the fourth century B.C. believed that earthquakes were caused by winds trapped in subterranean caves.”
The report also does a good job pointing out that the entire Earth system—from the atmosphere to the land surfaces—is all one, interconnected system… duh, I have seen enough cartoons to have learned that lesson.