I would like you to make me a sandwich. You don’t really have to, it’s just a (post hypnotic) suggestion.
Now make me a sandwich.
What’s it to ya, computer?
Impossible Boxes - great for storing and moving nonexistent objects and imaginary items!
Hippie concussions are no laughing matter. They happen every day and can leave hippies in a psychogenic fugue. If someone you love is a hippie, urge them to wear a safety helmet at all times. And goggles. Goggles are important too. Big, sassy goggles.
Amazingly, the Geharnischt Integrierbar Fotoarbeiten (or .gif, as it is commonly known) was invented in 1968 by a group of dispassionate, grid-obsessed Swiss graphic designers. The idea remained completely impractical for a full 21 years, only finding use when Tim Berners-Lee created the World Wide Web out of used car parts, scrap iron and baby rainbows.
Weird Cube Light Fuckery.
We know only what we do, what we make, what we construct; and all that we make, all that we construct, are realities. …there is no reality beyond this reality except when in our creative process we change the images: then we have created new realities.
– Naum Gabo
Made especially for the Game-Art-HQ Draw the L Block from Tetris Challenge. создавать!
Gaze into the mystical bionic eye of Steve Austin! What dazzling secrets does it contain?
|from my art blog 'limro' i just wanna say that i really appreciate your work and the time and effort that goes into all of your captioning. it's truly is inspiring that you create such great work but also take time out to find inspiration!|
Thanks so much for the kind note! I have a lot of fun making all this odd, random stuff, and it’s really nice to have a small corner of the web where I can share it. As for the inspiration, awesomely awesome blogs such as your Limro (or 73(h n01r and ViceFairy to name but a few favorites) provide more of it than me wee brain can process - often leaving me in a vegetative state covered in my own drool. So, here’s to you - Cheers!
…and here’s the same gif, but this time Gluten-free and with 100% more Victor Vasarely. Mmmmm, you can really smell that Vasarely!
*Phew!* I dug this boundless digital trench out by hand. Since there’s currently nothing in it, I invite you to go right ahead and fill it with your glowing imagination.