Ping Pong

At West Space, by Laith McGregor. We had a lot of fun with this on saturday night, and I only wish I'd had more time to look at the table, instead of just playing on it.

This early one from the website, and these from Saturday night's tournament.

Ping Pong Paradise
Ping Pong Paradise
Ping Pong Paradise
Ping Pong Paradise
Ping Pong Paradise


Pipilotti Rist

"Gravity, Be My Friend" from Juliana Alvarez on Vimeo.

Pipilotti Rist, I Packed the Postcard in My Suitcase, Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, 111 Sturt Street, Southbank, Melbourne, 21 December 2011 – 4 March 2012.


Richard Serra

Boomerang. 1974. The words bounce and come again. Audio Trouble.


Terry Gilliam

Terry Gilliam talks cut-out animation in head-to-toe denim. Via Ringo, Have a Banana.


Allison Schulnik

I did post about Allison Schulnik before, but this one is devoted to the videos. The new one – MOUND – which I saw on the internet this morning and this one – Forest – which really floats my boat. The branches, the moss, the smeary rainbow blob people. Aaaah!

Her paintings are also pretty wonderful. A hobo with flowers in his hair on a bike. Actually, that one could easily be a portrait of me. Uncanny.



This runaway wild girl gang vibe makes the coming of summer seem ok, if only I didn't have to do too much. I have been loving Rookie Mag. These are by Erica Segovia.


Soft Rock

Bethan Laura Wood makes many amazing things. These scarves make me very happy.

from the series super fake

Digitally printed scarves
Soft Rock scarves, each scarf is based on a different rock or mineral. The outer edge of the scarf is dictated by the form of the rock rather then the conventional shape, allowing each to be worn in a different manner.

Patterns on patterns on ugly patterns. A happy place.



While we are on the rocky note. The Writing of Stones by Roger Caillois (L'ecriture des pierres, 1970) via but does it float via 50 Watts.



The Scotsman steps in Edinburgh, by Martin Creed.

Reminded me of this.


Dorothy Liebes

What a name! And what weaves!

Dorothy Liebes, "Mexican Plaid" drapery, ca. 1938-40

Dorothy Liebes. Rigid weft samples. 1950s. Wood and novelty yarns.

Most images via The Design Center at Philadelphia University.
I found them via Fanny Bostrom Gentle.




A current project here. Many many good things.

Lazy Gal
Work Clothes Quilt


Los Eucaliptus

The story here. And more goodness from Juan Ignacio Moralejo.


Gabriel Kuri

Gabriel Kuri. Compost Index. Thankyou clouds and please, please, please.


Tree weaving

"He began to shape trees, by planting in specified patterns; then pruning, grafting and bending them"

Axel Erlandson's Circus Trees. Thanks Pene, via here and elsewhere.