In 1818 the population of England was near twenty million, 80 percent of whom were functionally illiterate. The literate field, then, was approximately four hundred thousand. This was not only the maximum poetry audience, it […]
I started this collection several years ago because I wanted to highlight fantastic art with female characters outside the traditional sexualized roles of foe and prize: vile hag and sexy vixen. To be clear, I […]
After discovering Posadism and the “Amok” dispatches, which is the most engrossing book catalog you will ever read, I recently got sucked into the art and philosophy of the ectocultures (my term). I don’t mean […]
Another periodic update to my ongoing collection The Eyes Have It, Eye Spy, Eye Always Feel Like, Eye Drank What?, and Eye Wonder.
Russian artist Alexey Egorov paints dark technological marvels as nightmares or religious icons, alternating between fear and veneration. Find a great deal more by the artist on his ArtStation page.
Lithuanian artist Gediminas Pranckevičius makes utterly stunning surreal landscapes of stone minds and impossibly stacked houses, where shadowy sea creatures prowl like phobias inside wall-less seas and we each live inside a house made of […]