I rather like the weird paintings of Trevor Winkfield.
One of the less practical automatons, the juvenile delinquent of the robot species.
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Let me know at which point you bail from this piece. But if you love it instead, be prepared to pay a high price for each CD--for some unfathomable reason.
More about the musician.
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Gather around, children, and you shall learn of an ancient time, before the internet. A day of paper fanzines and weird information obtained only via books delivered by snailmail.
The main purveyor of such good stuff was the Loompanics catalog. Alas, they were driven out of business
in 2006. The current website
using their domain name is a shell and a scam by cybersquatters.
Over one hundred Loompanics books have been tagged as a Goodreads collection.
You can get a small sense of what they were all about there.
This is an art installation
in Milan, where you crawl with other museum patrons over a plastic surface. Lot of weird pics at the link.
But is that plastic suspended over a high well of emptiness, an atrium or courtyard, as it seems in the video? And guaranteed not to break?
I'm sorry I learned about the Documenta Art Festival
only just now. The thirteenth one occured this past September, and there won't be another for five more years.
We'll have to content ourselves with these videos till then.
Until recently, I was not aware that the famous surrealist collage artist Joseph Cornell also made films. Here's one delightfully weird sample. Many more on YouTube.
Another installment in the "I've failed at everything, but maybe I can make it in the exciting industry of road painting."
Maybe this painter is really into abstracts -- could Van Gogh have started this way?
"A short film inspired by EDWARD SCISSORHANDS..."
Curse your soul to hell, Tim Burton!
Please rate this video for its boredom content, always using "Wooden Bridge Inspection" as your gold standard.
Add some extra points for the irritating traffic and nature noises in the background, and the wandering eyes of the narrators.