hyperallergic: Have you ever wondered what Michelangelo’s…

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015


Have you ever wondered what Michelangelo’s “David” would look like if it were kneeling and giving a thumbs up, like a wide receiver who just scored a touchdown? Or what if, instead of being paralyzed by existential anguish and intellectual inquiry, Auguste Rodin’s “The Thinker” were an Olympian sprinter? These and other art historical what-ifs could soon be at your fingertips thanks to The Table Museum, a line of action figures based on iconic sculptures from Japanese toy manufacturer FREEing. In addition to “David” and “The Thinker” — available in both bronze and plaster models — the line features a “Venus de Milo,” complete with attachable arms.

“David” and “Venus de Milo” Action Figures Put Art History in Motion

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okay but how plausible is it that Martin got a good picture of a bird on his phone? just wondering. does he have a fancy camera and then uploaded the photos onto an album on his phone? pls answer asap the world needs to know. also is the bird his phone background? how did he pull up the photo so quickly? i need to know.

Monday, August 11th, 2014

I imagine it is his phone background but I guess I never really thought about how he got the pic. Maybe it is just a picture from the internet, or maybe he does have a camera with a good zoom lens and then he put it on his phone. 

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the-eldest-woman-on: #28 IMAGE. Stage a mini-newspaper boat…

Saturday, August 9th, 2014



IMAGE. Stage a mini-newspaper boat regatta in a public fountain with at least four competing vessels. We must see intense competitiveness and gambling. 

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