I often find myself drawn to things I can’t fully explain. How (or why) was Stonehenge built on a grassy plain in England? Beats me. Why do I continue to root for the Cubs, when it’s never brought me anything but disappointment? I dunno. Why would anybody want to use Cheetos to create a likeness of Elvis Presley? Damned if I know. [ Continue Reading ]I often find myself drawn to things I ',description:' I often find myself drawn to things I '})">
If the purpose of art it to unearth hidden conflicting emotions “burger grease” artist Phil Hansen certainly evokes a bizarre mixture of disgust and admiration. The above video documents the journey of a work of art from the pick-up window at a fast food joint to what eventually becomes an astonishingly accurate duplication of the Mona Lisa, perfectly dubbed the “Mona Greasa”. After [ Continue Reading ]If the purpose of art it to unearth hi',description:' If the purpose of art it to unearth hi'})">
New thing we’re trying out around here: the link-post (or link dump if you’re going to be crude about it.) Everything here is 100% AT approved.
- I used to know the words to Where the Wild Things Are better than I knew the names of close family members, so I’m incredibly excited for the Spike Jonze adaptation, which has a new poster out. It’s over at Pajiba, which is possibly my favourite website of all time. (Pajiba)
- Paul Neave has turned web design into an art form. His creations are simple, but they’re also immensely inspired. He’s created a 3-D virtual dandelion that you can blow on through the mike of your computer. It’s pretty incredible. (Neave)