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CN/071 — Dec 11 2018

Transcendental self reliance





We’ve never met graphic designer Pascal Alexander but after combing through his thoroughly admirable site we’d wager that he’s super low key and very sharp — almost like an alligator (!?). Yeah, alligators are super good at what they do — all patience and precision — really one of the most sophisticated creatures on earth. 🐊👍

 



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If you think there’s a compass more accurate than the one in your head, you are probably lost. Not trying to be like oh wow philosophical here — just nudging for some transcendental self reliance (personally and generally). Oh and FYI “true north” = Joy.


Image: Terence McKenna

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CN/070 — Dec 04 2018

Relinquishing your mask of reason





Ciarán Birch hit on some primordial, graphic bliss with his clean and bold site. Really — that typography, in that red, over that photograph kinda makes the little hairs on the back of our neck stand up. 👽🖖

 



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Every night you close your eyes and climb the dark stairs, relinquishing your mask of reason to the landing. “What do I really look like?” Sleep holds up its mirror — and there you are — a wild collection of stuffs.

Image: John Wesley, Owlwood, 1987-1988

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CN/069 — Nov 27 2018

Imagination is an illumination of a surface





The ability to execute a project well is obviously a skill but the facility to select or attract good projects requires equal talent. It is quite clear that Solenn Robic has impeccable skill as both magnet and implementor. 👌






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Life without the imagination would be a horror of bureaucratic torpor — maintenance without dérive (French; drift). But beyond mere liberty, in these essays (and three poems) Stevens argues: “the [imagination] is an illumination of a surface, the movement of a self in a rock”. Movement of a self even in a rock! Yes/agreed — lovely/true.


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CN/068 — Nov 20 2018

A clinician’s reserve and a painter’s itchy curiosity





The two chief uses of photography are documentation and expression. They meet, but not often, as the union requires a clinician’s reserve and a painter’s itchy curiosity. Swiss photographer Matthias Schneider is one such rare combination — an engaging and handsome site too. 📷 🖖





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Recent out there explorations have led us to some wild and woolly speculations: there are some fractals whose iterations are absolute difference. There are warring equilibriums of which the frictions appease larger and smaller equilibriums. And it is wholly plausible that the earth or your head is some sort of battery for _______ !?