Just some Jesus music
I find this video to be extraordinarily mesmerizing, and I don’t know why.
How every conversation about modern art goes
Me: Oh, look at this piece of art.
Friend: I could do that.
Me: Yeah, so could I, but neither of us did.
(via Design Milk)
Remember Bonsai Kittens?
Oh the joy that bonsai kittens brought every teenage boy in the early 2000s… How vividly I remember the girls in high school getting to the verge of tears before we begrudgingly conceded that, while we desperately wished they were, bonsai kittens were not real.
A gem of a comment from the “Guestbook” on the bonsai kittens main website:
firstname.lastname@example.org: Months ago, you have masterfully shaped my kitten into a trapezoid; however, now, the 45-degree angle on the tail side is weakining, making her more of a rhombus than anything. Although, I could reinforce the front side with the angular clamps you sell, I’m afraid she might turn out to be a parallelogram. Any tips?
(via Bonsai Kittens)
Andy Denzler: Painting the digital
Andy Denzler’s line of paintings mimic the effect of an image being digitally compressed. It’s a pretty awesome effect, and the concept of the organic imitating the digital is quite intriguing.