I was first introduced to Emily Carroll‘s artwork in 2010 by Neil Gaiman, who tweeted enthusiastically about her His face All Red horror webcomic. Since then, I’ve been following her illustrations, comics and fanart in her website, blog, flickr, tumblr, facebook, and twitter accounts. Emily Carroll was born in June 1983. She drew her first […]
Sigur Rós – Brennisteinn From the upcoming Sigur Rós album Kveikur, released worldwide June 17/18 on XL Recordings, an amazing video directed by Andrew Huang: http://www.andrewthomashuang.com I’ve watched it many times and find it more beautiful with each repeat. Preorder: http://sigur-ros.co.uk/kveikur / http://shopusa.xlrecordings.com/kveikur. Sigur Rós begin their North American tour on March 24th, Madison Square […]
I spent all day browsing through Doctor Who fan art, and was pissed off with how often neither the name of the artist, nor the original source was included in the posts of the sites/blogs that publish this stuff. I tried to find the original sources, but it was not always an easy task; so, […]
This ten-minute-long short film from Spanish director Martín Rosete is a brilliant study on the role of narration in film.
Even though Mihoko Ogaki‘s artwork explores mainly existential topics such as life, birth, and rebirth, one can’t help but feel also awe, amazement, joy, and reverence at the great beauty, the wonder, the sublimity that is the Universe. In her, ongoing since 2010 and currently at Galerie Voss, Düsseldorf , exhibition, Star Tales, Ogaki deals […]
There’s this facebook page on all things books/reading, So little sleeping and so much reading, that I absolutely adore -I’ m sure I ‘ve mentioned it many times before. It just published a post on a hollowed book and made me search the web for more on the geeky subject. The first thing that struck […]
Science + Art = Wonder. It is known. So, here’s some artsy – fartsy, sciency stuff I’ve picked for you today. Enjoy! [In this post you can click on the titles or the images to visit the original sources] This is Not a Neo-Impressionistic Painting It is a photography of connective tissue cells, co-transduced with […]