Artist Transforms Recycled Bicycle Seats into Taxidermy Inspired Works of Art:As part of last year’s exhibit titled “Saddle Up!” at Hot Art Wet City gallery in Vancouver, Canadian artist Clem Chen created a series of cruelty free, faux taxidermy creatures using recycled bicycle seats. Aptly named “Bite It” and “Pink Eye”, the sculptures were made by attaching plastic-cast taxidermy molds onto the bicycle seats with construction adhesive and 2-part epoxy glue. Additional sculpting was done using epoxy putty.
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looking forward to the early 2030s when peer reviewed scientific literature all begins with ALRIGHT LISTEN UP FUCKERS
- Jesus: Make sure nobody is poor
- Everyone: So like industrial capitalism?
"They’re for my friends."
In 2005, the photographer Richard Barnes travelled to the southern outskirts of Rome, where he was mesmerized by the dynamic and coördinated displays of the region’s starling flocks, known as murmurations. Take a look at photos from Barnes’s series “Murmur,” now on view at the Foley Gallery, in New York: http://nyr.kr/1ejft1x
Above: “Murmur 01,” 2005.
"Drunk in Love" cover on violin. This slays.
Emmanuel Houndo is amazing. WINNING! (Wait until 2:03 OMFG.)
black artistic male excellence
Science vs Faith
i know that critically this song isn’t great
and i get all the critiscism starting with laundry service
BUT SHE CAN REALLY DO NO WRONG IN MY EYES
cuando sale la versión en español?