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TOMS Marfa

The famous Prada Marfa sculpture in Texas has been hit by a vandal calling himself the TOMS Marfa. The interventionists spraypainted it blue, and covered the sculpture with TOMS stickers along with a manifesto explaining the reasons for the attack.

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Apparatus

With »Apparatus«, American artist Roxy Paine introduces a new chapter in his work, a series of large scale dioramas. Inspired by spaces and environments designed to be activated via human interaction, a fast-food restaurant and a control room, the dioramas present spaces and objects which are hand carved from birch and maple wood and formed from steel, encased and frozen in time, void of human presence, making their inherent function obsolete. Apparatus was Paine’s first solo exhibition in Chicago at Kavi Gupta Gallery.

»Carcass«, 2013, birch, maple wood, glass, fluorescent, 13' 7" x 20' 1/2" x 13' 13/16" (H x W x D)

»Carcass«, 2013, birch, maple wood, glass, fluorescent, 13′ 7″ x 20′ 1/2″ x 13′ 13/16″ (H x W x D)

Carcass

Carcass

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Kavi Gupta Chicago | Berlin
Photo: Joseph Rynkiewicz

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Drivable Ice Truck

Seats, hood, roof, and even license plate – everything in this truck is made from ice blocks. I only miss the heated seats. More photos and two videos can be found here.

a Drivable Truck Made From Ice

Built from more than 11,000 lbs of ice.

Built from more than 11,000 lbs of ice.

constructed in Ontario on the frame of a chevrolet 2500HD.

Constructed in Ontario on the frame of a chevrolet 2500HD.

A team of ice sculptors from Ontario's Iceculture made the truck.

A team of ice sculptors from Ontario’s Iceculture made the truck.

The team confirmed its functionality by driving it over one kilometer.

The team confirmed its functionality by driving it over one kilometer.

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40 Must-See Photos From The Past

This page follows their journey and contains a great collection of cultural heritage. »These photographs all tell stories about the historical figures or events that they represent. Once taken simply to document their present, they now help us witness the past. Many photographs only become iconic shots years later, once we understand their importance and historical context. From historical landmarks and famous people to the basic daily routines of the past, these pictures portray the past in a way that we can empathize with and understand more intimately.« 40 must-see photos from the past.

Disneyland Employee Cafeteria in 1961

Disneyland Employee Cafeteria in 1961

Circus hippo pulling a cart, 1924

Circus hippo pulling a cart, 1924

Melted and damaged mannequins after a fire at Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum in London, 1930

Melted and damaged mannequins after a fire at Madam Tussaud’s Wax Museum in London, 1930

Illegal alcohol being poured out during Prohibition, Detroit, 1929

Illegal alcohol being poured out during Prohibition, Detroit, 1929

The original Ronald McDonald, 1963

The original Ronald McDonald, 1963

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Jump Around

What makes a great rhythm section?

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20 Incredibly Bizarre Vintage Halloween Costumes

20 Incredibly Bizarre Vintage Halloween Costumes.

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chicken

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The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web

Is it still trash or already a treasure? »The 38 Most Unexplainable Images On The Web« compiled by So Bad So Good. As you might expect, some of the most shocking, unexplainable, bizarre and downright scary images the internet has ever seen!

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No. 2

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Immer auf der Suche nach dem Flow, begeistern Gregor Maria Schubert und Roland Graffé sich für Trends, Widersprüche und Abseitiges in Kunst, Musik und Medien.

Machtdose entdeckt, kultiviert, archiviert, und teilt Glanzlichter der Popkultur und persönliche Vorlieben mit allen anderen Träumern, Liebhabern und Neugierigen.

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  • Rokia Traoré - Né So

    Rokia Traoré - Né So Rokia Traoré stammt aus Mali. Ihre Musik ist eine Verbeugung vor den Griots – malische Sänger, die die Tradition der Geschichtenerzähler pflegen und seit Jahrhunderten mündlich weitertragen.

  • Julia Kent - Asperities

    Julia Kent - Asperities Cello-Monotonie und -Melancholie mit viel Drama. Tracktitel wie »Flag of No Country« und »Empty States« sprechen Bände. Antony and the Johnsons und Swans durften bereits von ihrem Können profitieren.

  • Lea Porcelain - Lea Porcelain

    Lea Porcelain EP Das Debüt von Lea Porcelain hat einen ordentlichen Bums. Mehr noch einen Punch. Inspiriert von dunklen Mächten aus den großen Regenstädten dieser Welt.

  • Bersarin Quartett - III

    Bersarin Quartett - III Ambient-Electronica, wie für unsere Zeit gemacht. Als stünde da jemand mit weißer Flagge und schrie: runterkommmen!

  • Sea Moya - Twins

    Sea Moya - Twins Twins ist eine kleine Schatzkiste, zum Mögen, mit Soundteilchen aus aller Herren Länder. Der Computer als Vermittlungsstelle zwischen Psychedelic, Krautrock, Afrobeat und Electronic Funk.

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