jamie lyn morrow

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acollectionofvignettes:

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The architecture in Liège reminded me of this drawing by Katie Hudnall. Precarious lines, a gritty city, and a sense that you were looking at the inside of a chimney that hasn’t been swept in years. It was a great pleasure just to walk and observe.

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Tom Sachs, Untitled (“I loved my sister’s Barbie so very much. My parents, afraid that I’d turn out gay, encouraged carpentry. In secrecy I made my own. It wasn’t love, only lust.”) (2013)Plywood

look-log:

Tom Sachs, Untitled (“I loved my sister’s Barbie so very much. My parents, afraid that I’d turn out gay, encouraged carpentry. In secrecy I made my own. It wasn’t love, only lust.”) (2013)
Plywood

(Source: tomsachs.org)

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generalelectric:

In the 1960s, GE engineers developed the Cybernetic Anthropmorophous Machine, or Walking Truck. In 1966, the US Army awarded GE a contract for building the experimental vehicle. However, its hand and foot controls not only fatigued operators, but were impractical for prolonged use on the battlefield, so the project was discontinued. Kevin Weir at flux machine recently reanimated the Walking Truck so the mechanical beast could gallop once more.

generalelectric:

In the 1960s, GE engineers developed the Cybernetic Anthropmorophous Machine, or Walking Truck. In 1966, the US Army awarded GE a contract for building the experimental vehicle. However, its hand and foot controls not only fatigued operators, but were impractical for prolonged use on the battlefield, so the project was discontinued. Kevin Weir at flux machine recently reanimated the Walking Truck so the mechanical beast could gallop once more.