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For the record: The Sleep of Reason Produces  Monsters is a famous painting by Francisco Goya. The sentence has become an oft-used paean to logic and awareness, which is not bad. Needless to say, paralogical thrills and unconscious fun are necessary and welcome too.

22 Words | Thrift store monsters — Adding fantastical creatures to second-hand art.

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Sky Art: Thomas Lamadieu Illustrates in the Sky Between Buildings | Colossal.

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An inexpensive, wind-powered device that roams the Afghan countryside, triggers a few of the ten million unexploded land mines still buried and scattered everywhere, then maps them through a simple GPS connection. Currently exhibited at MoMA, deservingly so. Kudos, Massoud Hassani.wind-powered mine detonator

That Mine Detonator At MoMA? Just Think Sculpture. – Forbes.

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Short Sharp Science: Shot from a Doctor Who camera.

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Illustrated Three-Line Novels by the One-Man Twitter of 1906 France | Brain Pickings.

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One of Dostoevsky’s most famous sentences goes: Beauty will save the world. Looks like a few maverick crocheters are on a mission to participate in the endeavour – one fence at the time.a lace for embrace

Una delle più citate frasi di Dostoevskij suona: La Bellezza salverà il mondo. Pare che brandire sapientemente un uncinetto serva alla bisogna – rete dopo rete dopo rete.

Imagines Muri.

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10 Rules for Students and Teachers (and Life) by John Cage and Sister Corita Kent | Brain Pickings.

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