Grant Ferguson #monster #commonwealthgames #parttimemtbfan

Robert Millar’s 1984 #Tdf bike on display at Billy Bilsland’s. #vitus #peugot #glasgow

design-is-fine:

Benita Koch-Otte, design drawing for a fabric, 1925. Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin. Via design report

design-is-fine:

Benita Koch-Otte, design drawing for a fabric, 1925. Bauhaus-Archiv Berlin. Via design report

#colour #drawing #pattern #markmaking #design #summer

Paint marker on paper. #monochrome #forachange #pattern #markmaking #drawing

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Seung-Hwan Oh works and lives in Seoul, where he was born and raised until moving to New York where he studied film and photography at CUNY Hunter College. His work and practice stem from his interest and approach toward other disciplinary thoughts and ideas, from philosophy to sciences. His most recent work, exhibited at Zaha Museum, was inspired by the notion of the first advent of vision in life on earth, and his current work focuses on implementing microbial growth on film as a means to explore the impermanence of matter as well as the material limitations of photography.

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Seung-Hwan Oh | On Tumblr

Seung-Hwan Oh works and lives in Seoul, where he was born and raised until moving to New York where he studied film and photography at CUNY Hunter College. His work and practice stem from his interest and approach toward other disciplinary thoughts and ideas, from philosophy to sciences. His most recent work, exhibited at Zaha Museum, was inspired by the notion of the first advent of vision in life on earth, and his current work focuses on implementing microbial growth on film as a means to explore the impermanence of matter as well as the material limitations of photography.

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Seung-Hwan Oh | On Tumblr

Seung-Hwan Oh works and lives in Seoul, where he was born and raised until moving to New York where he studied film and photography at CUNY Hunter College. His work and practice stem from his interest and approach toward other disciplinary thoughts and ideas, from philosophy to sciences. His most recent work, exhibited at Zaha Museum, was inspired by the notion of the first advent of vision in life on earth, and his current work focuses on implementing microbial growth on film as a means to explore the impermanence of matter as well as the material limitations of photography.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Seung-Hwan Oh | On Tumblr

Seung-Hwan Oh works and lives in Seoul, where he was born and raised until moving to New York where he studied film and photography at CUNY Hunter College. His work and practice stem from his interest and approach toward other disciplinary thoughts and ideas, from philosophy to sciences. His most recent work, exhibited at Zaha Museum, was inspired by the notion of the first advent of vision in life on earth, and his current work focuses on implementing microbial growth on film as a means to explore the impermanence of matter as well as the material limitations of photography.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Seung-Hwan Oh | On Tumblr

Seung-Hwan Oh works and lives in Seoul, where he was born and raised until moving to New York where he studied film and photography at CUNY Hunter College. His work and practice stem from his interest and approach toward other disciplinary thoughts and ideas, from philosophy to sciences. His most recent work, exhibited at Zaha Museum, was inspired by the notion of the first advent of vision in life on earth, and his current work focuses on implementing microbial growth on film as a means to explore the impermanence of matter as well as the material limitations of photography.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Seung-Hwan Oh | On Tumblr

Seung-Hwan Oh works and lives in Seoul, where he was born and raised until moving to New York where he studied film and photography at CUNY Hunter College. His work and practice stem from his interest and approach toward other disciplinary thoughts and ideas, from philosophy to sciences. His most recent work, exhibited at Zaha Museum, was inspired by the notion of the first advent of vision in life on earth, and his current work focuses on implementing microbial growth on film as a means to explore the impermanence of matter as well as the material limitations of photography.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram
myampgoesto11:

Seung-Hwan Oh | On Tumblr

Seung-Hwan Oh works and lives in Seoul, where he was born and raised until moving to New York where he studied film and photography at CUNY Hunter College. His work and practice stem from his interest and approach toward other disciplinary thoughts and ideas, from philosophy to sciences. His most recent work, exhibited at Zaha Museum, was inspired by the notion of the first advent of vision in life on earth, and his current work focuses on implementing microbial growth on film as a means to explore the impermanence of matter as well as the material limitations of photography.

My Amp Goes To 11: Twitter | Instagram

myampgoesto11:

Seung-Hwan Oh | On Tumblr

Seung-Hwan Oh works and lives in Seoul, where he was born and raised until moving to New York where he studied film and photography at CUNY Hunter College. His work and practice stem from his interest and approach toward other disciplinary thoughts and ideas, from philosophy to sciences. His most recent work, exhibited at Zaha Museum, was inspired by the notion of the first advent of vision in life on earth, and his current work focuses on implementing microbial growth on film as a means to explore the impermanence of matter as well as the material limitations of photography.

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threadfallen:

Complexity.

My study of Complexity theory kicks on with my drawing project whilst reading a book by a chap called Neil Johnson. It’s like an idiots guide to the theory. Interesting stuff but I’m taking time to grasp it. Meanwhile I’ve been looking at the complexity in the brain scan images I spoke about in the previous post.

Mostly working with oil bar, pencil and ink on large scale paper. Been great getting my hands dirty.

The real fun begins when my newly ordered Procion MX dye arrives next week. It’s amazing fun to paint with but it also unbelievably bad for you in powder form. Look forward to photos of me looking like someone from Gus Fring’s lab.

Andy Robertson 2014 © threadfallen:

Complexity.

My study of Complexity theory kicks on with my drawing project whilst reading a book by a chap called Neil Johnson. It’s like an idiots guide to the theory. Interesting stuff but I’m taking time to grasp it. Meanwhile I’ve been looking at the complexity in the brain scan images I spoke about in the previous post.

Mostly working with oil bar, pencil and ink on large scale paper. Been great getting my hands dirty.

The real fun begins when my newly ordered Procion MX dye arrives next week. It’s amazing fun to paint with but it also unbelievably bad for you in powder form. Look forward to photos of me looking like someone from Gus Fring’s lab.

Andy Robertson 2014 © threadfallen:

Complexity.

My study of Complexity theory kicks on with my drawing project whilst reading a book by a chap called Neil Johnson. It’s like an idiots guide to the theory. Interesting stuff but I’m taking time to grasp it. Meanwhile I’ve been looking at the complexity in the brain scan images I spoke about in the previous post.

Mostly working with oil bar, pencil and ink on large scale paper. Been great getting my hands dirty.

The real fun begins when my newly ordered Procion MX dye arrives next week. It’s amazing fun to paint with but it also unbelievably bad for you in powder form. Look forward to photos of me looking like someone from Gus Fring’s lab.

Andy Robertson 2014 © threadfallen:

Complexity.

My study of Complexity theory kicks on with my drawing project whilst reading a book by a chap called Neil Johnson. It’s like an idiots guide to the theory. Interesting stuff but I’m taking time to grasp it. Meanwhile I’ve been looking at the complexity in the brain scan images I spoke about in the previous post.

Mostly working with oil bar, pencil and ink on large scale paper. Been great getting my hands dirty.

The real fun begins when my newly ordered Procion MX dye arrives next week. It’s amazing fun to paint with but it also unbelievably bad for you in powder form. Look forward to photos of me looking like someone from Gus Fring’s lab.

Andy Robertson 2014 © threadfallen:

Complexity.

My study of Complexity theory kicks on with my drawing project whilst reading a book by a chap called Neil Johnson. It’s like an idiots guide to the theory. Interesting stuff but I’m taking time to grasp it. Meanwhile I’ve been looking at the complexity in the brain scan images I spoke about in the previous post.

Mostly working with oil bar, pencil and ink on large scale paper. Been great getting my hands dirty.

The real fun begins when my newly ordered Procion MX dye arrives next week. It’s amazing fun to paint with but it also unbelievably bad for you in powder form. Look forward to photos of me looking like someone from Gus Fring’s lab.

Andy Robertson 2014 © threadfallen:

Complexity.

My study of Complexity theory kicks on with my drawing project whilst reading a book by a chap called Neil Johnson. It’s like an idiots guide to the theory. Interesting stuff but I’m taking time to grasp it. Meanwhile I’ve been looking at the complexity in the brain scan images I spoke about in the previous post.

Mostly working with oil bar, pencil and ink on large scale paper. Been great getting my hands dirty.

The real fun begins when my newly ordered Procion MX dye arrives next week. It’s amazing fun to paint with but it also unbelievably bad for you in powder form. Look forward to photos of me looking like someone from Gus Fring’s lab.

Andy Robertson 2014 ©

threadfallen:

Complexity.

My study of Complexity theory kicks on with my drawing project whilst reading a book by a chap called Neil Johnson. It’s like an idiots guide to the theory. Interesting stuff but I’m taking time to grasp it. Meanwhile I’ve been looking at the complexity in the brain scan images I spoke about in the previous post.

Mostly working with oil bar, pencil and ink on large scale paper. Been great getting my hands dirty.

The real fun begins when my newly ordered Procion MX dye arrives next week. It’s amazing fun to paint with but it also unbelievably bad for you in powder form. Look forward to photos of me looking like someone from Gus Fring’s lab.

Andy Robertson 2014 ©