Wednesday, July 30, 2008

Casual Arting

I have started a blog about art tourism in Chicago. It is called Casual Arting.
( here is the link )

Sunday, July 27, 2008


The world is changing.

EDIT: or not...

Great Haircut

I was browsing the LOLA blog earlier and found this great haircut!


Tuesday, July 22, 2008

Monday, July 21, 2008

Friday, July 18, 2008

Fwd: Place your Bid for the Angelo Foundation Donation Certificate (SIGNED)

Dear Friends,

Place your bid on Ebay for the Angelo Foundation Donation Certificate and help us to promote contemporary ideas.

The benefits of the Donors include invitations to openings and receptions, free catalogues and inclusion of their names to events and publications.

Love to all,
Oliver Rollover

Wednesday, July 16, 2008

American Magical Realism

Tom Waits performs "Chocolate Jesus" on the Letterman Show.

Tom Waits and Iggy Pop conversation in "Coffee and Cigarettes".

Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Cute Formalism

I had forgotten about this a while back, but its here again.

"For better or for worse, this is what the counterculture looks like today: raw, sarcastic, bare of any social or political agenda but frequently funny as hell".
TIME Magazine covers Moot

related: Dain Oh's Blog About Boxes

Sunday, July 13, 2008

Thursday, July 10, 2008

Untitled Landscape With Striped Cloud (detail)


Techno Hippies

I really like the computer/ high-technology meets hippie aesthetic right now. Back to nature, but with computers.

related links: Custo Barcelona

Wednesday, July 09, 2008


Lively is a in browser 3d chat program by Google where I am a pig on vacation. This may be cool soon :-))

Merriam-Webster Definition


Reading: Everything That's Interesting Is New, Blindness

Listening: Plan V, Yasunori Mitsuda, Jorge Benjor, this song

Watching: Lady Vengeance, Sliders

Browsing: Joystiq, Passively Multi-player, e/b/aumsworld

Meaning to Listen to: James Elkins on the Stone Summer Theory Institute

Waiting for:

Saturday, July 05, 2008

Some Things We Might Need To Know About Games

"The Main Event draws from across the spectrum of human competition to explore the ways in which the spheres of sports and athletics penetrate and intermingle with the larger world. From Roman gladiators to baseball riots, sports provide a stage for humans to dramatize their conflicts, express societal values, promote ideology, and configure public space."

image: Rob Carter

Schroeder Romero
The Main Event Blog

Thursday, July 03, 2008


"Curser," by Leonie Savvides


and here is a cool link Dain sent me about serious leisure.


"Soft 404," by Kari Altmann, 2008