Agitate the Atmosphere

Nietzsche was an optimist. The human spirit bruises as easily as a peach.

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periscopesofconsciousnessss:

Photographs by Martin Klimas  

“For this series, Klimas spent six months and about 1,000 shots to produce the final images from his studio in Düsseldorf, Germany. The resulting images are Klimas’s attempt to answer the question ‘What does music look like?’”

i was just thinking about this concept last night. i wish i had a music player that did this

GUESS WHAT.

Your music player CAN do this.

How to achieve ^ that affect:

Step 1) Get some cornstarch and some water. Mix together. Add food colouring, cuz it’s cool.

Step 2) Get old stereo, fuck around with it until you have an exposed speaker dish.

Step 3) Splotch cornstarch/water mixture on top.

Step 4) Turn on some music.

Step 5) Be amazed at this weird fucking liquid you’ve just created.

It’s actually a non-newtonian fluid. Click link, is fab.

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BP Oil Spill Aftermath: Eyeless Shrimp, Clawless Crabs and Fish with Oozing Sores

maskedmarauder:

Al Jazeera just published an astonishing report on the after-effects of the BP oil disaster, and it’s not pretty. There are an alarming number of deformities in sea creatures: mutated shrimp, fish with sores and lesions, eyeless crabs and more. It’s unlike anything local fisherman have ever seen.

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burnedshoes:

© Gjon Mili, 1939, High jumper Clarke Mallery
This photograph is part of ‘The Sports Show’ - on view at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts through May 13, 2012.
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ruineshumaines:

“Being here”, by Mark Garry. Mattress Factory, Pittsburgh a few years ago. Thread, pins, beads, and carved basswood.

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ianbrooks:

Halo of Rainbow by Steven Morgana

Using curved neon light tubes and mirrors, Steve is able to produce a mind-melting illusion with this floating circle of rainbow-y ghostliness. 

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uncertaintimes:

Nirvana. Print on ice by Eszter Augustine-Sziksz.
“Eszter Augustine-Sziksz…screen-prints photos of old ancestors from her grandmother’s photo collection on ice sheets.  During the printing process the ink freezes to the ice.  When the ice starts to melt under the image, the ink dissolves into water and starts to slowly fade away.  Her process, working and printing on ice allows her to step above everyday physical and chronological limitations.  She can freeze time and control when it starts to unfreeze or thaw” (Thaw to Spring Works, exhibition at Eggman & Walrus Art, Santa Fe, NM, March 16 - April 1, 2012).
thank you BOOKTRYST

uncertaintimes:

Nirvana. Print on ice by Eszter Augustine-Sziksz.

“Eszter Augustine-Sziksz…screen-prints photos of old ancestors from her grandmother’s photo collection on ice sheets.  During the printing process the ink freezes to the ice.  When the ice starts to melt under the image, the ink dissolves into water and starts to slowly fade away.  Her process, working and printing on ice allows her to step above everyday physical and chronological limitations.  She can freeze time and control when it starts to unfreeze or thaw” (Thaw to Spring Works, exhibition at Eggman & Walrus Art, Santa Fe, NM, March 16 - April 1, 2012).

thank you BOOKTRYST