The self-indulgent voice shot through me like a long arrow
Forcefully entering my mind piercing my will
Its stiff feathers scathing my heart as it brushed against my spine
causing it to burn
Running along my underbelly to my pit
Hoggish and virile
Drumming and pulling at my cords
Only to release and shoot back up with a cry
My mind left stiff and confused
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The guilt weighed heavy on me
One of desire, the craving of love,
and the need for normal.
It pulsated hard through my veins and bled to my lips.
Now swelled and stained from each pull and tug.
How do you explain the guilt that you feel?
not related to me.
The disrobing of my dress, and revealed face
how do you explain the guilt that you know?
Opened wide, ready to give and now…Continue
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Spotted on BBH Labs and so worth passing along… John Seely Brown’s IIT Commencement Speech.
Beyond friending: Other models of “social” besides Facebook’s current product.
A demo video of…Continue
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by Michael Chessey
What’s one thing you wish you knew when you started your career? How to deal with pretension.…Continue
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For local café Tima & Yui, Bogotá Columbia-based design studio p576 designed wrap paper and typographic labels with phrases and stamps that communicate the brand’s philosophy and the 100 percent natural ingredients of its products. For a traditional look, and to eliminate any glue that might make the packaging more harmful to the environment, strips of thin cotton rope attach the…Continue
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The new Dennys.com combines advanced coding with mobile, social and localization compatibility (all running off a .NET backend), and a design that deftly complements the nature of the casual restaurant chain.
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We’re thrilled to be a part of Chef Uni Lee’s creative culinary event on June 12th, 2011 called SHIFT. Produced by Belles and Bulls the evening will include a five course dining experience to complement the photography of Eilzabeth Waugh.
The unique event will celebrate the fusion of of art and fine dining within the theme of “opposites”. Held in the photography studio of Eilzabeth Waugh, this will be a special night event for those with a penchant for food and fine art. …Continue
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Shouldn’t the Golden Lion be cut? And if so, into how many pieces? Although hypothetical, the question still demands an answer, since there is an astronomical debate around this year’s Lithuanian Pavilion at the 54th Venice Biennale and it has left no one indifferent.…Continue
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Kunsthalle Marcel Duchamp
22 May–17 July 2011
After much initial uncertainty, the modified version of Ai Weiwei’s installation “Sunflower Seeds”—featuring a different type of seed to that of the…Continue
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The 38th edition of FIAC will take place from October 20th to October 23rd, (Private view: October 19th). FIAC 2011 will witness an important milestone in the history of the fair: the opening of exhibition spaces situated on the upper level of the Grand Palais will make it possible to house all exhibitors at…Continue
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Curated by Matthew J.W. Drutt, the collection will feature large-scale sculptural installations, site-specific bas reliefs, photography, paintings, a video installation and works on paper. Through the guises…Continue
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There are two things I know for sure- One is- everything changes and the other is -my dad doesn’t change. Dad is currently running a battle with his new digi box and satellite dish that despite leaps in modern technology- it lets a tree distort its service. The satellite man told us that was the problem. This doesn’t salve dads temper and his need to argue about everything concerning his telly.
Dad calls me every day to use his new word ‘pixelated’ he wasn’t to know that…Continue
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It’s harder for developers to make money in the Google Android Market than in the Apple App Store.
Somewhere we didn’t ever think we’d be… up-close-and-personal with Brian Wilson’s Beard. By Heavenspot and Hill Holliday.…Continue
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“These humorous gift cards, disguised as mock liquor labels for BevMo!, were infused with brand personality and style in an effort to make them more giftable.”
“A playful icon system and bright color palette that suited the current focus of healthy offerings were created for the…Continue
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BBDO Berlin’s smart fortwo “A Big Idea” campaign for Daimler AG, leverages the first co-production between Shilo and Film Deluxe GmbH. The five spot campaign (shown: “A big idea for two”) focuses on the new smart fortwo that recently arrived at smart dealerships worldwide. With clever stories and scripts, the spots pay…Continue
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An interactive fitting room, showcasing the newest Levi’s line, and the ability to dress models that move and change on a virtual command, all while getting tips from a professional stylist.
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4 June–27 November 2011
Yael Bartana is the first non-Polish national to represent Poland in the history of…Continue
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28 May–17 July 2011
For her first solo exhibition in the UK, Tamar Guimarães presents a newly commissioned short film alongside two existing works: Canoas (2010) and A Man Called Love (2008).…Continue
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The summer season at Kunsthal Charlottenborg includes Corso Multisala (20 May–4 September), a group show featuring young Swiss artists; Pablo Bronstein (11 June–14 August), which includes a giant neoclassical pissoir; and the…Continue
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