Wabi kusa, first week (still sealed in plastic wrap while roots grow)
Artist Isaac Cordal (Previously on Supersonic) recently completed his installation piece, “The School,” which features hundreds of hand made sculptures in a bizarre, science fiction-esque scenario. The individuals at the tables are all wearing lab coats, gloves and are humans but the individuals seeming in charge are skeletons. Questions arise as to just what is happening and what kind of school this may be as one looks on.
Continue below to watch a short video of “The School” and making of:
I want a black velvet painting of this image of Debbie from Videodrome, in these colors, with scanlines.
A recently emerged male comet moth (Argema mittrei) dries its wings in the forest understorey in the Andasibe-Mantadia National Park, Madagascar
Picture: NICK GARBUTT/BARCROFT MEDIA (via Madagascar: British photographer Nick Garbutt’s 20-year survey of the island’s wildlife - Telegraph)
A sea snake (Hydrophis elegans) has one lung, but also breathes through its skin.
‘Polymorph Orchid’ / 2013 / inkjet print on paper, variable size / Installed at Bridges 2013, Haus 34A, Bad Bentheim D