Aphex on the cover of Spex and Oor magazine
Suddenly he is there again, Aphex Twin. The grinning head amidst shaking breasts and bums. A hero from the time MTV still actually played music videos. Pioneer of electronic music. Popicon. Thirteen years after Drukqs he returns with Syro and makes an end to…
Alana Dee Haynes – Subtle Shapes
Alana Dee Haynes is a visual and mixed-media artist from New York City. She studied Photography and Liberal Arts and finished Fashion Institute of Technology in 2012. Alana created inspiring and exquisite imagery which expose beautifully embroidered bodies and illustrated portraits. For the past six years, she has been pushing herself to experiment and find her own artistic style. She has started with her artistic passions such as collage, drawing, beading, sculpture, silk screening, and photography to create the present portfolio of mixed media creations. Alana is regularly experimenting and looking at other artists’ work to feed her own creative insight.
Le Jugement Dernier, École des Pays-Bas Méridionaux, XVe siècle
Het Laatste Oordeel, Zuid-Nederlandse School, 15de eeuw
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Musée OldMasters Museum, Brussels.
The Wolf and Doctor Wilkinson, Howard Pyle
Quality music producer Joanna Syze is sick and needs help.
A campaign has been set up to raise money for her medical expenses and to help the people who care for her.
Additionally, Ad Noiseam will donate 100% of the sales of her album, “Rodina”, to her campaign.
the study of evidence tending to substantiate the existence of, or the search for, creatures whose reported existence is unproved, as the Abominable Snowman or the Loch Ness monster. The discipline is traditionally viewed as a pseudoscience.
Etymology: from Greek kryptos, “hidden” + zoology; “study of animals”, literally, “study of hidden animals”.
drawing by Prof. Schneider-Siemssen for Rheingold at the Met Opera with Otto Schenk
William Strang (1859-1921),
“Dance Macabre”, 1893.
(German, Paderborn ca. 1502–1555/1561 Soest)
The Great Red Dragon and the Beast from the Sea by William Blake