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'Future Toronto?', by Matthew Borrett. 
"For the winter 2013 issue of Spacing, an exploration of Toronto after a century or two of hard knocks, but still inhabited by some resilent people."

'Future Toronto?', by Matthew Borrett

"For the winter 2013 issue of Spacing, an exploration of Toronto after a century or two of hard knocks, but still inhabited by some resilent people."

Oct 5
visualgraphc:
Scull

visualgraphc:

Scull

Increasing size of antlers year on year for different European game

Increasing size of antlers year on year for different European game

Sep 8
likeomfgitsjonny:

Jonny Ruzzo, Norn 8, 2013, acrylic, oil, aluminum, & diamond dust on canvas, 24” x 36”

likeomfgitsjonny:

Jonny Ruzzo, Norn 8, 2013, acrylic, oil, aluminum, & diamond dust on canvas, 24” x 36”

Sep 8
citriccomics:

This was an inking warm-up thing that I decided to color

citriccomics:

This was an inking warm-up thing that I decided to color

Sep 7

FKA twigs is making a rumble ahead of the release of her second ep in a couple of weeks, aptly named EP2. The track that’s gotten everybody buzzing lately is ‘Water Me’, which you HAVE TO CHECK OUT if you’ve not already. 

That said I saw her earlier video for ‘How’s That’ this afternoon, and I found it really compelling. Both videos directed by London-based Jesse Kanda, who is interested in digital manipulations of the body. The video for ‘Water Me’ is interesting enough, with oversized manga eyes, a digital tear splashing about, and a compulsive metronomic rocking keeping pace. But I really liked this video - something about bodies turning into liquid silk, pinched and pulled and sonically distorted, that I really liked.

Check them both out, serious

snackfoodnation:

Ernst Haeckel’s “Chiroptera” from Artforms of Nature (1904)

snackfoodnation:

Ernst Haeckel’s “Chiroptera” from Artforms of Nature (1904)

laclefdescoeurs:

Hunters in wait, 1879, Emmanuel Benner

laclefdescoeurs:

Hunters in wait, 1879, Emmanuel Benner