I don’t want to suggest that there is nothing left to experience before original works of art except a certain sense of awe, because they have survived, because they are genuine, because they are absurdly valuable. A lot more is possible. But only if art is stripped of the false mystery and the false religiosity which surrounds it. This religiosity, usually linked with cash value, but always invoked in the name of culture and civilisation is in fact a substitute for what paintings lost when the camera made them reproducible.
This is great
Photo I shot for an upcoming book!
Finally bought an actual watercolor set, so all weekend I’ve been playing with the possibilities of that texture combined with vector color.
Tex Jernigan shares this photo of Jim’s Fat Burger, which makes “the biggest and best hamburger I’ve ever had.”
The burger joint, at 6901 Prospect Ave. in Kansas City, gets rave reviews on Yelp and also is known for its boudin sausage balls.
They’ll also do your Thanksgiving Turkeys and Boudain balls.