“The Kings strung up”
The Picture Bible of Cunradus Schlapperitzi, 1445
Please Saint Anthony
Moran Cerf was a hacker. Then he was a bank robber. Now he is a neuroscientist, and through implanted electrodes his patients can manipulate digital images using their brains. It’s all in his just-released 2012 PopTech talk.
Snowflake, an albino gorilla
National Geographic | March 1967
above: Psalm 85:14 ‘Deus, iniqui insurrexerunt super me, et synagoga potentium quesierunt animam meam: et non proposuerunt te in conspectu suo’ (‘O God, the proud are risen against me, and the assemblies of violent men have sought after my soul; and have not set thee before them’)
‘The Rutland Psalter’, England ca. 1260.
British Library, Add 62925, fol. 87v
Woman making WWII propaganda.
New York, 1942.
holy shit are they hand-painting posters? the WPA was pretty rad, huh
Paint on a speaker, you can see the music
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monkeys nursing a kitteh
see also the eternal love of the primates
‘Trivulzio Book of Hours’, Flanders ca. 1470.
Den Haag, Koninklijke Bibliotheek, SMC 1, fol. 110v