Serious case of the Mondays?
Truly breathtaking. NYC-based artist Valerie Hegarty’s artwork often poses as artifacts of art history gone awry.
A look at photographs from Hassan Hajjaj’s series, “ ’Kesh Angels,” in which he juxtaposes traditional Muslim clothing—hijabs, niqabs, babouches, and abayas—with Moroccan biker culture and famous Western brands: http://nyr.kr/1mT3JrD
Above: “Nikee Rider” (2007). Photograph courtesy Taymour Grahne gallery, New York, and Rose Issa Projects, London.
ATLANTA (The Borowitz Report)—The Coca-Cola Company ignited a firestorm of controversy on Sunday with a Super Bowl ad that appeared to make the inflammatory claim that other languages besides English exist.
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what really bugs me is that one of the languages in the ad is Hebrew, its like the #conservatives be like “Protect Israel but don’t speak Hebrew in America ?!?!” DUMBASSES!!!!
Before July 2005, when Russia bid for the 2014 Winter Olympics, Sochi was one of the country’s largest resort towns, sitting on the Black Sea just 27 miles north of Georgia. These DigitalGlobe satellite images provided to TIME—snapped between April 2005 and January 2014—show what happens when $50 billion is suddenly invested to transform into an Olympic host city.
The sad history of the GOP is to BULLY everybody into the failed philosophy of Conservatism, and then cry wolf when they are caught RED HANDED! just sad…
Kevin Kelly (via inthenoosphere)
You tell us - is literature technology? Certain pieces of it certainly had an outsized impact on society. What do you think?(via npr)