Posts Tagged ‘vandalism’

Liberated Negative Space o’ the Day: En francais edition

June 2, 2010

Rue de Coutance, Geneve. Photographed by biphop on the flickr.

“In the black hole, no more assholes.”

Liberated Negative Space o’ the Day: Fibonacci prophecy with a side of insult

May 24, 2010

Looks like some special vandal finally got around to reading the Da Vinci Code.

To recap the bummer aspects of this liberated space:

  • You are retarded (ouch, not cool),
  • — little,
  • — and a shit.
  • The world is ending …
  • … soon.

    But, on the bright side:

  • Math.
  • Live for today.

    I think I just may.

  • Daily Batman: It happens — Catfight edition

    April 16, 2010

    It happens: Liberated negative space — it is a Thing! Black Cat v. Catwoman with a little PSA-war action.

    Catwoman has herpes. The Bad Kind!

    Black Cat gives rotten head.

    Meow. Hey, have you got Something Special on your mindgrapes? Be cool: Say it with spray paint!

    Sketches by super-neato-terrific Adam Hughes, on whom my neverending artcrush knows no bounds.

    Liberated Negative Space o’ the Day: Bender Bending Rodriguez and Baum edition

    February 8, 2010

    Page @ Pierce, San Francisco.

    Who knows?

    Our big world rolls over as smoothly as it did centuries ago, without
    a squeak to show it needs oiling after all these years of revolution.
    But times change because men change. The impossibilities of yesterday become the accepted facts of to-day.

    Here is a fairy tale founded upon the wonders of electricity and
    written for children of this generation.

    Dortman, Germany.

    Yet when my readers shall have become men and women my story may not seem to their children like a fairy tale at all.

    Perhaps one, perhaps two–perhaps several of the Demon’s devices will be, by that time, in popular use.

    Who knows?

    (L. Frank Baum, Introduction, The Master Key. Bowen-Merrill (Indiana): 1901.)

    There is a bright flash, and a being who calls himself the Demon of Electricity appears. He tells [young protagonist and electrical experimenter] Rob that he has accidentally “touched the Master Key of Electricity” and is entitled to “to demand from me three gifts each week for three successive weeks.”

    Rob experiences adventures exploring the use of the Demon’s gifts, but eventually concludes that neither he nor the world is ready for them. Rob rejects the Demon’s gifts and tells him to bide his time until humankind knows how to use them. The Demon leaves.

    With a light heart, Rob concludes that he made the right decision, and that “It’s no fun being a century ahead of the times!”

    (the wiki.)

    Who knows … ?

    *”‘Others’ may read it.” rad.