skulloar:

So LoveGun is going to start running in the quarterly magazine Sizzle published by NBM.  They asked me and kusarikami​ to do the cover for Sizzle #65, the December issue it’ll be premiering in!  Check it out!

also don’t forget to check out the latest LoveGun chapters over at SlipShine.net!!

A Breathing Earth 

"datavisualization expert John Nelson has created a pair of captivating animations that track seasonal transformations on the blue marble we call home.”

hifructosemag:

While most people’s experiences with animals involve encountering the domesticated or captive sort, DALeast depicts an animal world far from the civilized, cute and cuddly version we humans like to imagine in his current solo show, “The Laten Photon,” at New York City’s Jonathan LeVine Gallery. With his abstracted, high-contrast paintings, the Chinese-born, South African-based artist presents a high-intensity drama of predators and prey. Known for his monochromatic street art, in which gleaming, ribbon-like black lines coalesce into expressionistic animal silhouettes, DAL departed from his typical color palette and worked with rich hues of eggplant, indigo and burgundy in addition to his signature tea-stained linen. The title of the exhibition comes from quantum physics, where the photon is defined as a particle that creates light and makes matter visible to the human eye. The title speaks to DAL’s continual interest in transformation and evolution. See more on Hi-Fructose.

hifructosemag:

While most people’s experiences with animals involve encountering the domesticated or captive sort, DALeast depicts an animal world far from the civilized, cute and cuddly version we humans like to imagine in his current solo show, “The Laten Photon,” at New York City’s Jonathan LeVine Gallery. With his abstracted, high-contrast paintings, the Chinese-born, South African-based artist presents a high-intensity drama of predators and prey. Known for his monochromatic street art, in which gleaming, ribbon-like black lines coalesce into expressionistic animal silhouettes, DAL departed from his typical color palette and worked with rich hues of eggplant, indigo and burgundy in addition to his signature tea-stained linen. The title of the exhibition comes from quantum physics, where the photon is defined as a particle that creates light and makes matter visible to the human eye. The title speaks to DAL’s continual interest in transformation and evolution. See more on Hi-Fructose.

davediddlystrider:

sixpenceee:

Thermal recording of the ALS ice bucket challenge (source)

this looks like people dumping buckets of black magic clothes onto their bodies

davediddlystrider:

sixpenceee:

Thermal recording of the ALS ice bucket challenge (source)

this looks like people dumping buckets of black magic clothes onto their bodies

monochromaticlight:

math class is the class where your inner artist comes out more than in your actual art class