i was talking with a friend last night about how intelligent warden can actually be at times he just doesnt show it like ever and i think we all need to remember that he literally built jailbot with his own two hands and not to mention superjails design was all on him you cant say he doesnt have some engineering expertise under his belt IDK HAVE WARDEN TINKERIN ON A GLITCHING JAILBOT poor boy :(((
As Californians voted down proposition 37, street artist Mear One (a.k.a. Kalen Ockerman) stands up against the production of genetically modified organism with the completion of his newest mural in the parking lot of Wood Café at Washington and Inglewood Boulevards in Los Angeles. The mural was produced in collaboration with Vyal One, Werc, Griffin One and Ernest Doty. The use of overly saturated colors mimics that which is unnatural and toxic within genetically modified food. Mear One literally represents GMO with “the man” juxtaposed near a family standing amongst their own homegrown garden and in resistance to the omnipresent hypnotic GMO man.
I finally got around to updating ‘Don’t Let Go’! I tried to push myself as much as possible. Still a little rough as I’ll be entering the finished version in something later this year. Fingers crossed!
"This painting is unusual in Klimt’s paintings of trees and flowers in that there seems to be a certain anthropomorphic element. Once immediately thinks of Van Gogh’s sunflowers, which were almost self-portraits. However, Klimt’s flowers are still in situ, growing in the garden, while Van Gogh’s have been picked and arranged in a vase. Van Gogh’s sunflower paintings are still lifes, whereas Klimt’s images are details of the landscape. The shape and leaves in "The Sunflower" is remarkably like the form of the lovers in "The Kiss" The two works were exhibited for the first time in 1908 at the Art Show Vienna.
Unlike the earlier landscapes from around 1898 to 1902, the painting of sunflowers are no longer concerned with mood; rather, Klimt is fascinated in a more objective way by the organic life that simply exists, independent of human intervention. The geometrical composition of his painting is no longer merely used for decorative effect, but to reinforce the artist’s detached observation of the scene while delighting in the opulence and abundance of nature.”