Endless Parade of Excellence
Thursday, July 31, 2003
The town of Vamhus is famous for hair art. Sarah went there, and came back with a choker made of hair. It's actually pretty cool, not at all creepy, not like Leila's Hair Museum.
Wednesday, July 30, 2003
4 exhibits is hardly a circus, but ya gotta love the front page of the Circus Of Disemboweled Plush Toys
(via coudal partners)
Saturday, July 26, 2003
Wednesday, July 09, 2003
Monday, July 07, 2003
More weird-ass stuff from the bottom of the ocean. Cookie-cutter sharks? Ewwww...
Sunday, July 06, 2003
The information in this booklet is provided for educational purposes only.
And don't be calling it the MIT Guide.
Friday, July 04, 2003
Live Deformed Frog Cam! From the state that gave you Bob Dylan, Husker Du, and Prince.
Everone needs a hobby. How 'bout collecting vintage broadcast equipment? That seems like it would be fun. And lions. Everyone likes lions.
You might have to move to a bigger place, though.
Thursday, July 03, 2003
"The Meta-Parade is a serial performance project that investigates the forms and components of parades and public spectacles"
And a posting in Endless Parade of Excellence makes it a meta-meta parade.
How much helium is left, Michelle?
Recent MRI subject Dan sends some good links about how MRI works. This one has more information, ( I like the artifacts page) but this one has a picture of a fully loaded pallet truck that got sucked into the magnet.
"The machine makes a tremendous amount of noise during a scan. The noise sounds like a continual, rapid hammering. "
(Not to be confused with the hammering sound of a pallet truck hitting your skull at 300 miles an hour. )
Tuesday, July 01, 2003
Very cool kinetic sculptures made of wood.
Their almost human faces
unusually expressive eyes speak about something,
that I can't understand.
Feeling of a near solution is delightful and poignant,
but mental efforts does not pass without a trace. I wake up
with a feeling of sudden loss and disillusionment.
Who are they and what are they for?
Moscow Cat Museum