I’ll be periodically posting pieces of the following, of which this is the last. If you haven’t picked up a copy of David Brazil’s The Ordinary, it’s available here.
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Whether one has soul or no (reading soul in the sense of ‘man that cat’s got soul’—or maybe…
I love and miss this beautiful person
A comic about why witches are stereotyped as riding broom:
Apparently once upon a time there was an ointment one could rub on a broom - that was most popular amongst herbalists (such as many witches) - that was a hallucinogenic. One would ride the broom for masturbating purposes and the ointment would be absorbed through the mucus membrane of the vagina and give the rider a sensation of flying.
Now you will never look at Quidditch the same way again.
Burned matches, canvas / 190 x 126 cm / 2012
Over 9000 matches stuck on a canvas to write the word „work“ over and over again. While the first matches are still completly intact the last ones are gradually more and more burned down leaving traces of smoke. The piece can be read as a commentary on the habit to overwork and this resulting in depression or physical problems.
Revolution and/or Poetry?
"fuck love, all I got for bitches is hard dick and bubblegum" —from “Incitement to a Book Burning”
fuck love, all I got for bitches is hard dick and bubblegum.all I got for bitches is hard dick and bubblegum.all I got for bitches is hard dick and bubblegum.all I…
for all my scorpio sisters and brothers
a mother piping plover on massachusetts’s plum island plumps her feathers to provide warmth and protection to an increasing plurality of her chicks, giving new meaning to the phrase “a bird in the bosom”. photo by michael milicia
CUTEST FERRIS WHEEL EVER!