Morning Linkage (Mar 25)


Art Deco meets H‑D. Overwhelmingly beau­ti­ful met­al work. Note that the
bike is not unfin­ished. There was no paint planned.

I’ll have to agree with the writer on this one. Without a doubt the
ugli­est Moto Guzzi ever made. The Mulo.

Very cus­tom. There was once a Sportster under Walt Siegl’s MotoBe XLX. Once.



Barnacle sex, not as easy as you’d think being stuck to a rock and
all. Another peek into the under­wa­ter world from Creature Cast.(NSFW?)

The April 2010 issue of Scientific American has a nice set of
illus­tra­tions from Ron Miller, show­ing the Eight Wonders of the solar
sys­tem. It is, of course, behind a pay wall. But Ron Miller’s own
Black Cat Studio site isn’t. Pages of astro­nom­ic illus­tra­tion. Yum.



Finest book review I’ve read this week. Mr. P‑Orridge on Picabia’s YES/NO.


Art, Images, and Design

Jaw drop­ping rich­ness of detail in pho­tographs. Images of old metal
objects from the series Forged by Harold Ross.

14 still-lifes, the con­tents of pock­ets and purs­es laid out in careful
rows and columns. From 21 pack­ets of pink sweet­en­er to 10 chicklets.

Collages cre­at­ed from images cut from fine arts auc­tion cat­a­logs. Neatly made.

For your lis­ten­ing plea­sure — Nat King Cole doing Nature Boy. Loverly.

almost done with the week dar­lings, some­thing spe­cial for tomorrow?