nascent artifacts
#soulmates

#soulmates

Art by me, drawn for the world famous @isaacarms 
#icywhatudidthere #artbymeh #meh.

Art by me, drawn for the world famous @isaacarms
#icywhatudidthere #artbymeh #meh.

I may have no money, but I know I have no regrets.
Might be the prettiest record I own.
#leveragemodels

I may have no money, but I know I have no regrets.
Might be the prettiest record I own.
#leveragemodels

Night in the Woods looks amazing.Check out the kickstarter hereI actually really want to play this

Night in the Woods looks amazing.
Check out the kickstarter here
I actually really want to play this

Book of the week:  Harmonices Mundi (Harmony of the World) by Johannes Kepler
(click-through link to original text in the picture)(UPDATE: english text found here)
The untranslated version in original Latin, donated to the online archive by Smithsonian, is a rather scientific view of the delicate balance of our universe for it’s time. Published in 1619, Kepler touches on congruence in geometrical forms and physical phenomena (a huge interest of mine, the relation of mathematics to real life things), with interesting mathematical diagrams worth checking out
The book is broken down into 5 lengthy chapters, the first is on regular polygons; the second is on the congruence and relation of said figures; the third is on the origin of harmonic proportions in music; the fourth is on Astrological aspects, harmonic configurations in astrology ; and the fifth on the harmony of the motions of the planets.
In 1619 this guy was making very accurate estimates of the minimum and maximum speeds of planets, and comparing them in relation to MUSIC in a MATHEMATICAL WAY, while challenging theosophistic views. If you can’t read this book, (i’m not going to pretend like I can) please check out THIS LINK ABOUT IT (click here!) SO FASCINATING.

Book of the week:  Harmonices Mundi (Harmony of the World) by Johannes Kepler

(click-through link to original text in the picture)
(UPDATE: english text found here)

The untranslated version in original Latin, donated to the online archive by Smithsonian, is a rather scientific view of the delicate balance of our universe for it’s time. Published in 1619, Kepler touches on congruence in geometrical forms and physical phenomena (a huge interest of mine, the relation of mathematics to real life things), with interesting mathematical diagrams worth checking out

The book is broken down into 5 lengthy chapters, the first is on regular polygons; the second is on the congruence and relation of said figures; the third is on the origin of harmonic proportions in music; the fourth is on Astrological aspects, harmonic configurations in astrology ; and the fifth on the harmony of the motions of the planets.

In 1619 this guy was making very accurate estimates of the minimum and maximum speeds of planets, and comparing them in relation to MUSIC in a MATHEMATICAL WAY, while challenging theosophistic views. If you can’t read this book, (i’m not going to pretend like I can) please check out THIS LINK ABOUT IT (click here!) SO FASCINATING.

slowartday:

Samuel Johnson, Clouds Rise

i wish my dreams were made of these

DEVISES ET EMBLEMES ANCIENNES & MODERNES, TIREES DE PLUS CELEBRES AUTEURS (Mottos and emblems, Ancient and modern, from the most famous authors) -1699

in French, German, Latin, and Italian.
(I roughly translated the title, i think it’s images and quotes/”mottos” by authors, my german and french are pretty rusty.)

a book of emblems and symbols from 1699, very interesting to look at. click-through link to the whole book to read online free here

in heaven, everything is fine

in heaven, everything is fine

Cats Meow, 30”x22”,acrylic on paper,2013

I love this guy’s art more and more every day.
check out http://gileslyon.tumblr.com/

some stare-worthy material

gileslyon:

Tear me Open Tear You Open, Sumi ink on paper,12”x9”,2013

Get a little closer, let fold Cut open my sternum, and pull My little ribs around you The rungs of me be under, under youI think this illustration is amazing.

gileslyon:

Tear me Open Tear You Open, Sumi ink on paper,12”x9”,2013

Get a little closer, let fold
Cut open my sternum, and pull
My little ribs around you
The rungs of me be under, under you

I think this illustration is amazing.

disciplesofmalcolm:

disciplesofmalcolm:

Kwame Ture (Stokely Carmichael)

“I think the problem is that many people in America think that racism is an attitude. And this is encouraged by the capitalist system. So they think that what people think is what makes them a racist. Racism is not an attitude.
If a white man wants to lynch me, that’s his problem. If he’s got the power to lynch me, that’s my problem. Racism is not a question of attitude; it’s a question of power.
Racism gets its power from capitalism. Thus, if you’re anti-racist, whether you know it or not, you must be anti-capitalist. The power for racism, the power for sexism, comes from capitalism, not an attitude.
You cannot be a racist without power. You cannot be a sexist without power. Even men who beat their wives get this power from the society which allows it, condones it, encourages it. One cannot be against racism, one cannot be against sexism, unless one is against capitalism.”

disciplesofmalcolm:

disciplesofmalcolm:

Kwame Ture (Stokely Carmichael)

“I think the problem is that many people in America think that racism is an attitude. And this is encouraged by the capitalist system. So they think that what people think is what makes them a racist. Racism is not an attitude.

If a white man wants to lynch me, that’s his problem. If he’s got the power to lynch me, that’s my problem. Racism is not a question of attitude; it’s a question of power.

Racism gets its power from capitalism. Thus, if you’re anti-racist, whether you know it or not, you must be anti-capitalist. The power for racism, the power for sexism, comes from capitalism, not an attitude.

You cannot be a racist without power. You cannot be a sexist without power. Even men who beat their wives get this power from the society which allows it, condones it, encourages it. One cannot be against racism, one cannot be against sexism, unless one is against capitalism.”

2headedsnake:

Juergen von Dueckerhoff

Giacomo Balla - Swifts: Paths of Movement + Dynamic Sequences (1913)
oil on canvas
96.8 x 100 cm
Currently located in the Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA

Giacomo Balla - Swifts: Paths of Movement + Dynamic Sequences (1913)

oil on canvas

96.8 x 100 cm

Currently located in the Museum of Modern Art, New York, USA