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Flowers In My Dustbin

Posted in Beaux Arts, Belletristica, Curiosa & Forteana, Design, Exhibitions / Openings / Signings, Eyecandy, Interna, Moving Images by Suzanne G. on May 25th, 2005 | BBC Wikipedia

(Thanks, D.R. Tenge!)


Sadly, I won't be able to update Thee Temple ov Psychick Blah for the coming 5 weeks due to an extreme amount of presentation and exam work until the end of this term.

And as soon as my precious Alma Mater closes her rusty gates for the summer, I'll fly to Merry Olde England to spend some relaxing days with my loved ones and a few randomly selected London celebrities (such as Dr. von Seetalstein, Corran, Mike et al.) on my caviar farm in Cambridge.

So don't expect me to be back here before mid-July.

As always, I'll do my very best to update Thee Forum ov Psychick Blah more or less daily with demented links and mind-bending articles.

Oh, and I'm still getting emails from readers who are confused about our RSS feeds.

Well, it's actually rather simple: We offer a normal Blogger feed (link) and an enhanced Feedburner feed (link) that combines our syndicated blog with Suzanna's Flickr™ photostream and is of course eleventy times niftier than the Blogger feed. Yup.

I leave you now with some very exclusive art links and movie features that will keep you occupied for the next few days and weeks.




• Recently updated yummy art sites:

© Stefan Rohner - click to enlarge

Angie Mason | Artcoup | Beast Blender (by the geniuses behind M.A.R.T) | Coraline Gillet | Eight Hour Day | Insect | Institut Drahomira (NEW) | Oculart (NEW) | Plantimal Collective | Scott Radke (who has rather sexy feet, btw) | Stefan Rohner | Unusual Cards | Visueller Orgasmus | You Need To Get Out More | Zaelia Bishop

• Recently released juicy e-zines:

© Chris Buzelli

Adiktion Mag Vol. 1 Issue 1 (feat. David Choe, Yoshitomo Nara et al.) | AmoebaCorp Book I - ScrapBook | Clandestina Colours No. 35 (feat. Chris Buzelli, Scott Andersen et al.) | frenZINE #12 - Cut It Out | NoName Magazine #6 - Personal Habits | Spartan Dog Mag Issue 02 - Observations (feat. Alessandro Bavari, Viktor Koen et al.) | Ventilate Issue 09 (feat. Steven Harrington, Tokyo Plastic et al.) | Volumen Mag Numero 5 - Versus

• Recently published spicy print mags / books:

© Hans Bellmer

Beyond Issue 1: Black Day To Freedom (c.f. list of contributors) | Flash Art International No.242 | Hans Bellmer - Die Spiele der Puppe (German, by Marvin Altner)

• Recently added mouthwatering e-books:

Iphigenia in Tauris (by Johann Wolfgang von Goethe / English) | Pride and Prejudice (by Jane Austen / English) | Tales of Terror and Mystery (by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle / English)

• Freshly glued newspaper clippings:

BBC write-up on Neck Face | Chapman brothers plan fresh horror | The Logic of Female Orgasm | The Magic Of Matt Furie | Tools or Actions in Photoshop That, Were They Applicable to Real Life, Would Prove Useful at Various Stages of a Relationship (by McSweeney)

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• Wurzeltod™ shopping tips:

Threadless: Woooo! | Urban Outfitters: Boooo!



© Emilie Simon

Emilie Simon - Desert
(via Thee Forum ov Psychick Blah)

Sock Monkey - Pilot

Making Fiends - Episode 18

David Lynch - Weather Report
(via frenZINE)

Don Diablo - Useless

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2 comments to " Flowers In My Dustbin "

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    Ken Adams says:

    I don’t understand this whole design contest at threadless – it’s stupid. Why not use http://www.spreadshirt.com? They offer extremely easy to use designer program that will just knock you off your feet – just combine it with extremely high quality of products and you can have the t-shirt you ever wanted in a matter of minutes. You can open your shop for free and sell your designs to others, they take care of everything – you receive your checks. It’s extremely easy, check it out.

    July 29th, 2005 at 4:14 pm

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    Suzanne says:

    That's not what my entry was about. My post was about idea theft. Urban Outfitters stole a design that was originally created by Threadless. My point was not whether Threadless are the best shirt company.

    A similar case of creativity theft happened recently between Imaginary Foundation and FCUK, by the way.

    August 8th, 2005 at 6:27 pm

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