Surrealism Sarcasm and the occasional oddity

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Probably the greatest thing Noel Gallagher has ever said.

Writer for The Sunday Times:

You know, the one thing that's stopping [Champagne Supernova] being a classic is the ridiculous lyrics.

Noel Gallagher:

What do you mean by that?


Well, 'Slowly walking down the hall / Faster than a cannonball' - what's that mean?


I don't fucking know. But are you telling me, when you've got 60,000 people singing it, they don't know what it means? It means something different to every one of them.


Digital sculpting by Kyuin Shim, artist from Seoul, Repulic of Korea.

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A bold statement between two towering obelisks: A spherical sculpture by Fritz Koenig flouted the hegemony of the straight line, provocatively declaring itself between the World Trade Center buildings. It was one of several abstract outdoor sculptures that made a stand in the mid-’70s. “Among the confusion and hustle of the city, they make a statement,” The Times quoted Doris Freedman, former head of the city’s Department of Cultural Affairs. “They assert an individual presence, they humanize the impersonality of the city,” she said. Photo: Jack Manning/The New York Times

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Rebecca Horn by Martine Franck, 2003


Rebecca Horn by Martine Franck, 2003

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Johnny Rotten photographed by Ray Stevenson, 1976

Oh god why can’t this be real?


Oh god why can’t this be real?


Food Miniatures by Shay Aaron

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Sue Bryan | on Tumblr - Charcoal & carbon on arches (2012-2014)

Not a great scan, but here’s ‘Harold, Lone Wolf…’19x16 in’
In That Remembered Place. 12x9 in’
Scenic route. 22.5x19.5 in’
Lowtide (clifden). 6x6 in’
On such a day of clouds (sky road). 14.5x16 in’


Artist on Tumblr

Dosshaus | on Tumblr (Antarctica?) - House of cardboard. Cardboard, paint and glue (2014)

Dosshaus is the collective imagining of Zoey Taylor and David Connelly. Met in late 2010, Zoey and David immediately recognized in each other a kindred artistic spirit. Together they create House of Cardboard, a photography project showcasing the interior of a retro-style home constructed out of cardboard, paint and glue.

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[more Dosshaus | artist recommended by Mumy]

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