KARL
Makin’ stuff! With E & D!

Makin’ stuff! With E & D!

Who wants to make stuff?

I’m time-rich right now. I’ve got hammers and saws and spray paint and cardboard. Too much of my creative time has been in front of a screen lately.

So really, who wants to make stuff? Jam session this week? I’m open to cross-continental collabos, too. Say the word.

Wheelbuilding Woman

Wheelbuilding Woman

ayyyy girl whatup doe???

ayyyy girl whatup doe???

Some friends are restoring an old building in Topeka - in part, just to prove it can be done.

Stunning series of photographs from the “Four in Four" project (four states in four days) by Julian Bialowas.

Stunning series of photographs from the “Four in Four" project (four states in four days) by Julian Bialowas.

tphd:

IF YOU WANT FASHION TO ACTUALLY CHANGE, TO MOVE PAST THE CEASELESS REMIXING OF PREEXISTING IDEAS,

YOU MUST RADICALLY ALTER THE HUMAN BODY

I SUGGEST MORE BUTTS

tphd:

ONE POPULAR TYPE OF BABY IS “TINY”

SAMPLE DIALOGUE:

"HEY LOOK ITS A TINY BABY. I LOVE THE TINY BABY WITH MY HEART."

ANOTHER POPULAR KIND OF BABY, BUT RARER, IS TEENY TINY

THIS KIND OF BABY IS VERY SMALL

It’s strange. For a religion that engineered its own oblivion by forbidding sex, Shakerism has had a weirdly lasting influence on modern society. Sometimes, I think it’s a matter of pining for the simplicity they stood for: live together, work hard, confess, worship, strive to do and make everything “as though it were to last a thousand years and you were to die tomorrow.” In our lonely, throwaway, consumer society, there is something very appealing about all that. Shaker life is sort of a perfect antidote to the world Spike Jonze depicts in Her.
The Rumpus Interview with Rachel Urquhart, author of The Visionist (via therumpus)