La Grande Tapisserie (The Great Tapestry) by Julien des Monstiers, 2013.
A shell-hole in the side of HMS Chester sustained at the Battle of Jutland, 31 May 1916. Visible on deck is a 5.5-inch gun
IAN STRANGES’ MATTE BLACK HOUSE LANDS DOWN UNDER
The 2014 Biennial of Australian Art ended this past Sunday and some spectacular images of the site specific installations have been creeping online. New York based artist, Ian Stranges’ ‘LANDED’ was commissioned for the Biennial and made a huge scene seemingly crash landing right in front of the Art Gallery of South Australia. The foreboding matte black house surrounded by rubble looks like missing scene from ‘The Wizard of OZ’ - only I’m pretty sure it would be the house of Dorothy’s nemesis.
Switch Up - Big Sean ft. Common
By far Big Sean’s best song. Normally he’s just okay but this one is great.
(Source: fuckyeahbigsean / FFOE)