Oct 25, 2013

Evangelizing Metaphysics

Agamben traces the Christian ontological difference not to the doctrine of creation but to liturgical practices … http://t.co/3NoogvHt9u

Aug 30, 2013
ayjay:


“Exiit Edictum” (1949), by the great poet-painter-calligrapher David Jones

ayjay:

Exiit Edictum (1949), by the great poet-painter-calligrapher David Jones

Aug 30, 2013
ayjay:


David Jones by Mark Gerson (1965), in the National Portrait Gallery

ayjay:

David Jones by Mark Gerson (1965), in the National Portrait Gallery

Jun 24, 2013
mythologyofblue:

Alvin Langdon Coburn, Vortograph of Ezra Pound, 1917 (via les-sources-du-nil)

mythologyofblue:

Alvin Langdon Coburn, Vortograph of Ezra Pound, 1917 (via les-sources-du-nil)

(via bookpatrol)

Jun 23, 2013

Mythology of Blue: Flaubert and his scruples

mythologyofblue:

Fear of the false kept him confined to his couch for weeks or months on end in the dread that he would never be able to write another word without compromising himself in the most grievous of ways.

He was convinced that everything he had written hitherto consisted solely in a string of the most…

Jun 23, 2013

ratak-monodosico:

Michael Wolf - A Series of Unfortunate Events (2011)

“Wolf spent literally hundreds of hours at his computer, trolling virtually around the world, looking for anything weird or bizarre that had been captured by the ravenous cameras mounted on the top of Google’s special GPS-coordinated Street View camera vans.

When he found an image that fit his project, Wolf mounted his own camera in front of his computer screen, cropped the part of the Google image that he wanted, and made his own picture of that picture.

The final body of work…is completely composed of selected personal calamities (in progress, or about to happen) caught by random chance by the automatic cameras of Google Street View roving vans from around the world — and the results are often quite astonishing and amusing.”

Jim Casper

(Source: likeafieldmouse, via bbook)

Jun 23, 2013
denisforkas:

Monsu Desiderio - Fantastic Architecture with the Legend of St.George. 1622

denisforkas:

Monsu Desiderio - Fantastic Architecture with the Legend of St.George. 1622

(Source: drakontomalloi, via 50watts)

Jun 23, 2013
Jun 13, 2013
Jun 13, 2013
londonbookarts:

Marine
1968screenprint, with Patrick Caulfieldedition of 25051 x 64.2 cm
We’re off to see the new Patrick Caulfield exhibition at Tate Britain. Above is a screenprint edition the artist collaborated on for Ian Hamilton Finlay’s Hawthorn Press which was a part of the Finlay exhibition at Tate Britain this past winter.
Image via Ingleby Gallery

londonbookarts:

Marine

1968
screenprint, with Patrick Caulfield
edition of 250
51 x 64.2 cm

We’re off to see the new Patrick Caulfield exhibition at Tate Britain. Above is a screenprint edition the artist collaborated on for Ian Hamilton Finlay’s Hawthorn Press which was a part of the Finlay exhibition at Tate Britain this past winter.

Image via Ingleby Gallery

(via dreransom)

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