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psychedelic Bart

 

Time to take a break from the daily grind and dive into your inner consciousness. Courtesy of Bart Simpson and  A Teacup Of Seizures.

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Chad VanGaalen – Peace On The Rise

 

I love this music video for Chad VanGaalen’s Peace On The Rise single. It’s got everything you want including green giants, aliens, mystic plants, and all sorts of other bugged out imagery that i’m sure you’ll love. Watch the full video after the jump.

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Bruno Walpoth

Poignant and haunting figurative sculptures by Bruno Walpoth.

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Michel de Brion’s Epic disco Ball

Michel de Brion created the wolds largest disco ball suspended high above the sky in Paris which illuminated half the city with its 1000 mirrored panels. Make sure to watch the short video of it in action after the jump.

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Jamie Salmon

Jamie Salmon’s hyper realistic sculpture capture every wrinkle, vein, and hair with uncanny realism and attention to detail.

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Animals Killed In The Name Of Art

In 2004 TINKEBELL. made a purse out of her dearest cat Pinkeltje. Pinkeltje was a ‘depressed cat’ who couldnt be left at home alone. By killing her and making her into a purse, TINKEBELL. could carry her always with her.

The extensive attention to her project ‘My dearest cat Pinkeltje’ received from activists and the media demonstrates that this approach certainly meets with its share of resistance. In this project, she killed her cat with own hands and then had it stuffed and made into a hand bag as a product for consumption, thereby directly bridging the gap between house pet and animal for consumption/production and thus painfully bringing the matter to light. A collection of the threats generated by this and other projects was later published in the book ‘Dearest TINKEBELL

As a life long vegan and animal lover I have been struggling with whether I should post the work of TINKEBELL. Not only do I find the work in terrible taste but I generally don’t like to promote work that involves killing of any kind. However I think this work brings up some interesting questions about what can be considered art and how we define animal cruelty as well as our distinctions between animals that are killed everyday for food, clothing, accessories, and even art (leather) and what animals we wouldn’t dare touch because we have grown to live with them as pets and companions. How do we justify slaughtering millions of cows for Louis Vuitton purses yet get bent out of shape when someone turns a cat into a purse. If I had it my way neither would ever happen but I find it hard to justify one without the other. So what do you think? Is this art and how do we draw distinctions between one animal over the other?

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Awesome Video Of The Day: Baaa

 

I’ve been dealing with food poisoning all morning but I mustered enough energy to post this lil trippy video. Not much info on this other than “Experiments in ovine geometry” but it’s pretty funny and well worth a look. Watch the full video after the jump!

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Morgan Faye’s Fairytale

Morgan Faye’s illustrations take you to a far away land full of wonder and mystery.

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