Animals Etched onto Dirty Cars by Illustrator Nikita Golubev | Colossal

Time to up your “wash me” troll game, America.

Over the last few weeks, Moscow-based artist and illustrator Nikita Golubev has taken to the streets to etch images of animals onto the sides of completely filthy vehicles. The reductive process involves creating “clean” spots by wiping or scraping his images onto the gritty surface of each car. You

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Michelangelo, Party Dude, Beholds the Work of His Renaissance Namesake IRL

Things are getting bodaciously meta at the Met:

The Metropolitan Museum of Art had a special guest, and it’s a shame that this life-long New Yorker is just now getting there. The post The Met Gets Turtle Power; Twitter Love Ensues appeared first on Outright Geekery.

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Required Reading: “Last Picnic” by Charles Simic

I found this poem by accident one spring a few years ago.  You should read it.  Here.

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The Heilbrunn Timeline of Art History: An Interactive Wonder You’ll Spend Hours On Just Because

This links to the sections focusing on 500-1000 A.D, but I bet you can’t stop there.

Another Song from a Broken Liturgy (Holy, Holy, Holy).

Two options for today’s track.  Click through to Bandcamp, or listen below.