Tilda Swinton’s dinner speech at the opening of David Bowie is
bohemea: When I think of what it used to feel like onceTo be a freak who liked youTo feel like a freak like you- a freak who even looked a little like you And then I think of the countless people of every size and feather who are going to walk through this trace of your journey here and pick up the breadcrumbs in the great hub of this mothership over these Spring and Summer months.. And how familiar and stamped you are into ALL of our our collective DNA I’m just plain proud So Where are we…
Hornets creeps me out but this photo is stunning and terrifying at the same time.A portrait of a hornet by Dusan Beno Bug-obsessed Slovakian student, Dusan Beno captures detailed macro portraits of insects and spiders. He catches his subjects in the great outdoors and then "bug-naps" them by taking them back to his home for photo-shoots.
His portfolio of paintings mostly involve one of the most difficult subjects to paint; the human body. The forms are strong in shape and evoke a powerful energy as splashes of paint shoot out from the body. His paintings seem to suggest a feeling of struggle as one looks at the flexed muscles and open mouths yelling to the skies. His works are currently for sale at Coup D’Etat in San Francisco. See more of his works at his website.