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Welcome to Dismaland: A First Look at Banksy’s New Art Exhibition Housed Inside a Dystopian Theme Park

August 20th, 2015 | Category: Uncategorized


Dang…Banksy goin extra-large, doin dope shit again. Check the link for more images and full run down.

Source: Welcome to Dismaland: A First Look at Banksy’s New Art Exhibition Housed Inside a Dystopian Theme Park | Colossal

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Colorado Brewery Will Debut CBD-Infused Sativa IPA at Great American Beer Fest | Westword

August 20th, 2015 | Category: Uncategorized

Art: Satori Movement

April 17th, 2015 | Category: Uncategorized

Satori Movement thing I did a few years back…with some edits.
zOnk oNe Satori Movement
by zOnk.oNe

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7 Fuckin Years…

September 26th, 2014 | Category: Uncategorized

Happy B-Day TrendyInk website.

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This has to be their thought process when you leave.

June 28th, 2014 | Category: Uncategorized

Noc, The Beluga Whale The Spoke

May 30th, 2014 | Category: Uncategorized

*This was a really interesting read. Sad, but cool. It’s a very long article, but I’d say worth it if you dig nature/animals/etc.

Millions of years before we humans came along, the earth’s oceans were a vast, unbroken web of whale song. The complex courting arias of humpbacks, the distinct clicking dialects of migrating sperm-whale clans, the congalike poundings of Pacific grays, the multi-thousand-mile moans and blips of massive blue and fin whales conversing across oceans at octaves well below our range of hearing, the nearly nonstop Arctic chatter of belugas: All of them are being drowned out now by our clamor.

And yet a single beluga managed to make his voice go global again, and in the only medium left him: the worldwide web. The extraordinary history of Noc (pronounced no-see) resurrects a captive who somehow has found a way to speak to us, both literally and figuratively, of the true nature of his kind.

Since the early 1960s the United States had been deploying marine mammals, beginning with dolphins, for tasks including mine detection and recovery of test torpedoes. By the mid-1970s, the locus of the naval cold war had shifted to the Arctic, where the latest Soviet submarines were secreting themselves under the ice cap, an environment off-limits to animals including dolphins and sea lions used in the Navy Marine Mammal Program (NMMP). Experiments commenced on weaponry that could function in such extreme conditions. The Navy needed marine mammals with built-in sonar, capable of locating and retrieving sunken experimental torpedoes in the frigid waters and low visibility of the Arctic.

Read more: smithsonianmag.com

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Cats Suck, But Not This One

May 14th, 2014 | Category: Uncategorized

Generally, cats aren’t the coolest of pets. Yes, they are awesome animals, but there’s a reason dog is man’s best friend. On the other hand, there’s this cat, who is obviously bad fuckin ass:

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