Kolam (via Yesterday Was Dramatic, Today is OK)
Kolam is a rangoli traditionally composed of geometric lines and shapes, drawn around a grid pattern of dots. It is drawn by south Indian women with rice or chalk powder in front of their homes.
You seduce me with shadowed seconds-
the ones you steal at night
as a bandit under moonbeams,
escaping on the hands of the clock.
Teach me your dark dances,
the sneaky sway of your wanting words
which reel me in and twirl me out-
whispering of what treasures await,
if only I give in.
Make my body quiver
under the touch of intrepid fingertips
which, like tiny adventurers,
explore my every weakness for you.
They trail over fields of pale skin,
cresting soft hills of breasts
and the shadowed valleys that dip from my hipbones.
Your lips murmur breath, a susurrus
that makes a whispering breeze
to set me shivering softly
and incite tiny, animal cries.
I am a wilderness, a landscape
and a place to hide at moonrise.
Abscond to my embrace, thief.
I am willing.
CLICK THE SQUARES.
I LOVE THIS
I made a nice island beat.
Oh wow! This is amazing.
romanowsky:Short movie “Pure geometry” by Romanowsky
full video here https://vimeo.com/65468064
My little pony
My Little Pony
I used to wonder how tasty you’d be
My Little Pony
Until you all shared your flavor with me
Movement and interactive relationship with the body has been the most important element throughout my body of work. However through these works, I also started to explore the mechanical structure as a form. Mechanical structure becomes the most enjoyable form to me as it becomes complex yet remains simple and coherent. The contrast between metal structural form and natural feather, together with the repetitive and whimsical movements of fragile wings, provokes the imagination and evolves the intimate relationship between work and viewer/wearer. Although the recent series, segmented wings have been focused on the formal challenge to engineer an intricate movement that simulates bird wings, these works are intended to be a series of poems in which I develope my own formal language, interpret the nature of wings, create various structural forms with movements, and share the metaphor, imagination, humor, with viewer/wearer.
This is the Mutsuura Ammo Factory used by Japan during World War II. A military bunker located in the Kanagawa Prefecture in the Kanto Region of Japan. Carved out through muddy tunnels this is truly a relic, found only by a whole that cut down into the ground and led into tunnels filled with Mukade, a large centipede.
For now it is mostly left alone except for visits from the wandering adventurer.
Photographed by Jordy Meow
Our 4th Land, Land of Blackjack and Hookers, deserves its own post. Because it broke me to draw hooker Salamanders
I can’t stop laughing
“Flowerpip” - This is Little Pip from an incredibly long and complex fan fiction called Fallout: Equestria. If you haven’t guessed, it’s a crossover between the Fallout video game franchise, and My Little Pony. I did her in the style of my other flower ponies, but because she lives in a post-apocalyptic, blasted wasteland, it’s not as pretty as the others. The “flower” that is this piece’s theme is Killing Joke– an extremely deadly mutation of Poison Joke.