movie i made with an image of my sister in her chem lab.
Welcome to the multiplex. With this instructional video, a person can begin accessing the beta-6 cloud.
First of all, the whole pro pot movement is old and lame. If you want to smoke pot, do it. Never stopped anyone from doing it before it was legal…why do people feel like they need to be all “pro” pot? As if the government was going to conform to our opinions anyways. Even if they did, there would be a way more clinical and studied approach funded by them and for them. People need to shut up and just live their lives and quit bitching about the things they can’t really make a difference about anyways. I mean, sure this whole pot movement has gained exposure and attention but i think the outcome isn’t what people were looking for. Most people who smoke pot anyways, i think, were just hoping to be able to do it without getting busted while the people who already sold it could profit legally as well. Currently, the government is working on a pill that is prescribed to patients who actually need it. Sure, medical marijuana has beneficial uses. So hopefully it gets used as such and not just another way to facilitate addiction.
Secondly, porn. Not that i have anything against it but it isn’t very discreet, when looking at my tumblr blog in starbucks and a bunch of nude pics pop up from people i follow. Maybe I’m getting old? Maybe I’m just over all the shit i used to obsess over. Maybe I’ve found a new obsession?
In any case, if you post about these two things, I won’t follow you anymore. I feel like, at least for now, these topics are just annoying and pointless. I feel like at this point in my life, I’ve got bigger fish to fry. Maybe I sound snobby and i don’t care. I just don’t see any relevance to these things on my blog feed.
last personal piece for 2013.
reaching 7000 followers. thanks so much for the support.
happy new year 2014 to all … especially concept artists! :)
A Single Thread Wrapped Around Thousands of Nails by Kumi Yamashita
Kumi Yamashita , whose mind-blowing shadow artworks have been featured before, uses a single, unbroken thread wrapped around thousands of nails to create stunning portraits of women and men.
In the ongoing series entitled Constellation (a nod to the Greek tradition of tracing mythical figures in the sky), the Japanese artist (living and working in New York) uses three simple materials to produce these otherworldly works of art.