“I’ve never believed in God, but I believe in Picasso. ”
- Diego Rivera
equality needs to be a goal that everybody actively works towards.
Leptobrachium boringii, commonly known as the Emei moustache toad or Taosze spiny toad, is a species of amphibian in the family Megophryidae. During the breeding season, each male grows 10 to 16 spines which are as sharp as a pencil lead and then subsequently sheds them. Males fight underwater, headbutting each other in the belly to drive their spines into the other toad’s flesh. This species can be found in New York’s Williamsburg, London’s Hackney and San Francisco’s Mission district. Also slow-flowing streams in isolated mountainous regions of south-west China.
Tree climbing Bend, Oregon style. Topping out was a bit sappy with a challenging walk off.
New Mural by LIQEN in San Basilio
Here The union of man-animal-thought-becoming is absolute.
For this mural work has not used any previous physical sketch, no trick to scale projector or squares, anything more than material painter, a mysterious and premature knowledge of the proportions in the drawing, a chain of ideas from the subconscious and a quick sketch on paper (mostly for memory). A general idea is created and parts of it can be improvised from empty, reading in its infinite forms.
Facebook Enigmatic frictionism
Liu Jianhua: Floating Landscape- Along Both Sides Of The Huangpu River, 2010
installation made of hundreds of ceramic sculptures