Photographer: Jon Fisher
Kerry is best.
Aaahh yes, the oft-graffiti-ed T34.
also, the girl is cute, but its a good thing that gun is a toy, otherwise; TRIGGER FINGER CONTROL!!
I’m pretty sure Tank Girl would be trigger happy, cos she simple doesn’t give a fuck.
Someone complaining about Tank Girl having poor trigger discipline is hilarious on so many levels. I love the internet.
Constant companions spring/summer 2013.
US army chem-mask bag. Cheap & nasty Skullcandy headphones. Oversized beanie & douchebag Crafted shades. Misc. pile of wrist clutter and wonky Infantry watch. Arc system notebook/sketchpad. Trusty old kindle. Abused non-brand android phone.
Every single item in this photo is broken, missing or out of commission now. As someone that normally squeezes every last drop of lifespan out of everything I own, this is a bit depressing. I shall fix that bag and take a 2014 version of this shot once this uni project is out of the way to cheer myself up a bit.
Ken Unsworth:Suspended stone circle II
- 103 river stones, wire. 400.00 cm diam.
The series of variously suspended, propped or heaped-up river stone works, all conceived and set down as drawings and maquettes during the period 1974–77, reflects a personal response to the potential of natural materials (in previous work: earth, water, light, fire and timber) and forces, to adapt their inner qualities and energies – their inner music – with as little interference as possible, as discreet serial elements in an object; it is a structured system of rigorous clarity which seems and is, in fact, visually self-evident yet perceptually ambiguous and puzzling. The eye is not altogether convinced, so there is a sense of mystery and uncertainty.