There are good days and bad days.
Half way through re-stringing my christmas present, twelve strings take hella long to do.
spookyalfie asked: What is your opinion on this whole trending "cultural appropriation" idea?
It’s a load of horse shit.
Someone wants to walk around with feathers in their hair dressed up like a fucking Indian princess? More power to them.
Culture isn’t sacrosanct, it’s not a fucking deity to be worshiped.
Culture is a *tool* used by people. You don’t fucking worship that shit… you explore it, expand on it, develop it to your hearts content.
No one is the fucking gate keeper of knowledge… no one is the fucking gate keeper of culture.
Portland, Oregon-based artist AJ Fosik (previously featured here) has created an awesome new series of dynamic and vibrant wooden sculptures. Each ferociously striking piece is made using locally sourced lumber from Oregon that is painstakingly carved, painted, and assembled.
"The interpretive works are featured as both eye-popping wall mounts and stand-alone sculptures. There is also a piece in the exhibit that is a 30-sided geometrical shape made of thirty different, diamond-shaped sculptural panels."
This new solo exhibition, entitled Against the Infinite, is currently on display at the Jonathan LeVine Gallery in New York through December 21, 2013.
Visit the gallery website to view the rest of this stunning exhibition.
[via My Modern Metropolis]