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This entry was posted on Tuesday, March 16th, 2021 at 11:11 am and is filed under simple pleasures. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. Art: Surreal digital collages by feminist artist María María Acha-Kutscher. If ever an image were to make you look twice, these intricate and infinitely layered digital collages from Womankind by María María Acha-Kutscher will do it.
Yes, collages! Composed with hundreds of tiny fragments from the internet, magazines, books and the artist’s own photographs, each image is principally concerned with the two key historical moments for women’s emancipation; the British suffrage movement of the early twentieth century, and the introduction of the pill in the 1960s. Reclaiming each tiny piece from its original context and repurposing it in this way allows María to reconsider the meaning within a private, woman-centric sphere. She explains: “Womankind seeks to redefine the meaning of the images upon which the history of women has been built since the invention of photography, where traditionally they have been relegated to the background in paternalistic, hegemonic stories. This house for sale looks inconspicuous until you see all the creepy mannequins inside. House images from Zillow Via Nerdist.
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But this time, it was not the case. We knew it would be special, but we couldn’t imagine that it would be THAT special. During this exploration, under the heavy rain, wind, and cold… there was only one thing that made us feel warmer—the inner voice with “we all live in a yellow submarine, yellow submarine…” This particular submarine began its career in 1965. 50 Items That Have Withstood The Test Of Time. I think that almost every single one of us has at least one of those items that we've been using for ages, and somehow, even after all this time, it still works like an absolute charm.
I guess some things are simply built to last a lifetime. Or a few. 50 Times People Had No Idea What They Were Looking At, But The Internet Knew What It Was Right Away (New Pics) 'What Is This Thing' is an incredibly popular subreddit.
It has over 1.8 million members, all helping people to identify the objects in their possession they have no knowledge of themselves. I have no doubt that one of the biggest reasons why this online community has gotten so massive is the fact that they constantly deliver. Saguaro Drink Glasses Look Like a Tall Cactus When Stacked. A 3,000-Year-Old Painter's Palette from Ancient Egypt, with Traces of the Original Colors Still In It. It’s a good bet your first box of crayons or watercolors was a simple affair of six or so colors… just like the palette belonging to Amenemopet, vizier to Pharaoh Amenhotep III (c.1391 – c.1354 BC), a pleasure-loving patron of the arts whose rule coincided with a period of great prosperity.
Amenemopet’s well-used artist’s palette, above, now resides in the Egyptian wing of New York City’s Metropolitan Museum of Art. Over 3000 years old and carved from a single piece of ivory, the palette is marked “beloved of Re,” a royal reference to the sun god dear to both Amenhotep III and Akhenaton, his son and successor, whose worship of Re resembled monotheism. As curator Catharine H. Roehrig notes in the Metropolitan’s publication, Life along the Nile: Three Egyptians of Ancient Thebes, the palette “contains the six basic colors of the Egyptian palette, plus two extras: reddish brown, a mixture of red ocher and carbon; and orange, a mixture of orpiment (yellow) and red ocher.
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Like, when you accidentally rip off the precious pull tab while opening a can of beans or when you are trying to figure out where is the end, the top, and the side of the sheet when making a bed. To some aliens from outer space, it would likely sound like not that big of a deal, but trust us, tiny humans, it is. But thanks to some clever minds who were blessed with powers of creativity and problem-solving skills, life could be made easier, hundreds of times easier. Army guys for peace and tranquility. These army guys have no guns, nor promote violence of any kind.
Instead they strike yoga poses and are multicolored to enhance their gentle nature. Rainbow Joes is the colorful version of Yoga Joes–army guys wearing their helmets and uniforms striking yoga poses. 'Around the Block', A Short Film About Artist David Zinn Who Finds Inspiration in the Imperfections of Sidewalks. An Amazing Rendition of the Multi-Track Chicago Song '25 or 6 to 4' Played on a Traditional Gayageum. WIL WHEATON dot TUMBLR dot COM: Image. News That Will Drive You To Drink. Happy Hour News (H/T Scissorhead Dennis Cole) Well, that didn’t take long: OK Chuck and Nancy, he double-god dared you and called your bluff.
Pull the trigger on the second impeachment. Sharing Means Caring, fool! (Wish) This Exists. 30 Of The Best And Worst Stories About Having Unusual Neighbors By 'Best Of Nextdoor' “Love thy neighbor” sounds lovely. On paper. But it’s an extremely hard idea to follow when your neighbors act like weirdos that can’t help but get up all in your business. Drama between folks living next to one another can (and does) arise over pretty much anything and everything. Christmas lights that are up too early. 50 "DIY WHY" Projects That Probably Should Have Never Happened (New Pics)
With the internet chock full of ‘Do It Yourself’ instructional videos and posts, it looks like everybody and their mothers should be DIY masters. However, some of these handmade projects and hacks should never ever have seen the light of day! Bad Weather, Cont. Waltz of the Snowflakes. This Woman Painted A Portrait Of 'Bad Luck Brian' And Then The Real Life 'Bad Luck Brian' Bought It. Bad Design, Cont. 43 Of The Funniest Examples Of Awful Taste But Great Execution (New Pics) Some ideas are better left as ideas. Whatever your mom, dear friend, or significant other says, that bag you saw the other day on Etsy that looks like you’re carrying a knife, is bad, a very bad idea.
There’s an online group called Awful Taste But Great Execution dedicated entirely to the gaudy, tacky, tasteless, overdone, plain trashy side of product design. But there’s one but. The execution may be, in fact, pretty alright. “For everything that displays quality craftsmanship in the least elegant way possible,” states the subreddit’s description. From painful-to-watch objects to questionable designs, these people should have put a break on their brainstorming, or put their efforts into something else. Perfectionists Are Giving Each Other Eye-Gasms By Sharing Satisfying "Perfect Fit" Photos (50 Pics)
How to Make a Dorodango (Japanese Polished Clay Ball) Mom Tries Teaching Her Daughter A Lesson On Picking Up Dirty Clothes, But The Daughter Keeps 'One-Upping' Her. Kids are known for leaving dirty laundry trails in the house. 8 Miles Of Prehistoric Paintings Is Discovered In Remote Amazonia And It Showcases Animals That Are Long Gone By Now. When it feels like we know the world around us all too well, and there are few things that can surprise us, the wonders of history and nature prove us wrong. Just recently, the British-Colombian team of archaeologists led by José Iriarte announced the bombshell news. Tens of thousands of cave paintings created up to 12,500 years ago were discovered in Serranía La Lindosa, in the remote Amazon rainforest. Painted across a cliff, the rock art stretches to nearly 8 miles.
This Online Group With 7 Million Members Shares Only The Most Interesting Pics Ever, And Here're 50 Of The Best Ones. What do nearly 7 million people and some of the coolest, most spectacular things on the internet have in common? 40 Times People Had Such 'Genius' Solutions To Various Problems, They Got Posted On 'Redneck Engineering'
Madame Tussauds in Berlin added a dumpster to their Trump display. Agnieszka Sejud reflects on fake news in Poland in her frenzied collages. 50 Times People Failed In The Kitchen So Badly, They Just Had To Share Pics Online (New Pics) The Horrible Cake Busts From 'The Great British Baking Show' Season Premiere Will Haunt Us Forever. Good news for all fans of baking and food-related television: a new season of "The Great British Baking Show" (or "The Great British Bake Off") began airing last week, with new episodes on Netflix US every Friday. Last Friday saw the release of the season premiere, which was everything we "Bake Off" fans could have wanted — and more.