Oblique Strategies (original deck and web version)

Brian Eno’s Bloom app

Adam Thirlwell, Kapow!

Jonathan Safran Foer, Tree of Codes

Chris Ware, Building Stories

A Humument Gallery

Humument Skull

Humument globes


Neatline projects:

Plant, Animal, Book

A new video from OK Go (2014).

An old scene from Footlight Parade (1933).

And another from The Gang’s All Here (1943).

Directions to the Paper Museum (field trip on Thursday!)

The GVU Prototyping Lab

The Braid trailer:

And then… SPOILER ALERT! … Braid: The Full Ending

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Garry Winogrand, Albuquerque, New Mexico (1957) (cf. Mao II, p. 51) 

Eve Arnold, White Cloud (1981) (p. 83)

Don DeLillo reads from Mao II, in 2011:

The Unification Church on Wikipedia.

BuzzFeed does “Moonie Mass Weddings,” in 2013.

Footage from a Unification Church mass wedding in 1992:

Warhol’s Brillo boxes.

Warhol’s Campbell’s soup cans (others, larger).

An image of some screenprints from Andy Warhol’s Mao series:

And so you get a sense of the scale, your intrepid professor, in Berlin, with a very large Mao:




On Tuesday, we’ll be getting a visit from Amanda Mills, the founder of the Atlanta Zine Library. You may want to explore the site before her visit.

Here is a link to Re: Agrippa, a so-called “experimental video composition” based on William Gibson’s 1992 “transmission event.” Embedding is disabled, so we’ll have to watch it on YouTube.