Posts tagged art.
1. Fever Dream
j.m.w. turner - morning amongst the coniston falls, cumberland, 1798
Anatomical ceramic sculptures by Maria Garcia-Ibáñez
1. to form pus; generate purulent matter; suppurate.
2. to cause ulceration, as a foreign body in the flesh.
3. to putrefy or rot.
4. to rankle, as a feeling of resentment.
5. to cause to rankle
6. an ulcer; a rankling sore.
7. a small, purulent, superficial sore.
Etymology: Middle English festir, festre < Anglo-French, Old French festre < Latin fistula – fistula, Middle English festryn, derivative of the noun or < Old French festrir.
“The more they told me: you’re a girl, you can’t paint graffiti, you can’t go to subways, because you’re a girl, you’re a mere female; I had to stand up and just shut them up.” —Lady PinkGraff feminist OG
“Churchtanks” by Kris Kuks
The inimitable Grant Snider strikes again, with the day jobs of famous poets – including Jack Kerouac (railroad worker), Charles Bukowski (mailman), Emily Dickinson (cat-keeper), and T. S. Eliot (bank clerk.)
Scott Hazard tears and layers photographs to create these beautiful wormholes into other worlds.