Damsels in Distress - Classic Horror style.
Tom Beddard (aka subblue) has been responsible for some of the most fascinating work being done with fractals. His totally mesmerizing video of fractal shapes morphing into one another was one of the first things I posted on this blog.
In his series Fabergé Fractals he has created digitally generated objects with designs as intricate as the eggs they’re named after.
Beddard on his work:
The 3D fractals are generated by iterative formulas whereby the output of one iteration forms the input for the next. The formulas effectively fold, scale, rotate or flip space. They are truly fractal in the fact that more and more detail can be revealed the closer to the surface you travel.
The fascinating aspect is where combinations of parameters can combine to create structural “resonances” of extraordinary detail and beauty—sometimes naturally organic and other times perfectly geometric. But then like a chaotic system it can completely disappear with the smallest perturbation.
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けけマハラジャ (K.K. Maharaja)
Over the next 5 days I will be posting the new K.K. Slider music. Follow for more new K.K. music every day until AC:NL’s release, hopefully it will make the wait feel much shorter!
Pikachu’s Summer Vacation (1999)
own - flensburg, germany - 2012
i have literally dreamt of this place multiple times.. but never knew it existed til now. what does this mean?
This is why they remade Spiderman.
bless this photoset
shit man this is why remaking spider-man was sacrilege
Tonight, May 23, Ted Lawson will open a new solo show titled “Crude” at Emmanuel Fremin Gallery in New York. Rather than interpreting the word “crude” as it is used it common speak to declare something tactless or offensive, Lawson refers to the word’s other meaning: a raw or unrefined state. Lawson’s new sculptures explore the idea of the cycle of life, tapping into the mythological link between death and eroticism as it pertains to regeneration and creation. Take a look at some of the works in the show below, images courtesy of Emmanuel Fremin Gallery, and see “Crude” May 23 through June 23.
Glenn Barr‘s “Rooms” is the inaugural show for the Inner State Gallery, the next step in the evolution of the former 323 East Gallery in Detroit. Jesse Cory and Dan Armand picked up and moved from Detroit’s Royal Oak neighborhood and recreated it as Inner State Gallery in a three story brick building in the heart of The Motor City. Glenn Barr (HF Vol. 10 cover artist) described “Rooms” as an exhibition of scenarios inspired by a lethargic Detroit: “Images of wandering bars and bohemian escapists, electric streets and closing time, space gear and boas, all the while unaffected muses look down from on high,” wrote the artist. The show will features a collection of smaller intimate works and large paintings. Take a look at our photos from the opening on May 17. The show runs through June 16.