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https://publicdomainreview.org/essay/john-martin-and-the-theatre-of-subversion John Martin

Nikolai Lutohin, a Yugoslavia born Russian surrealist  

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Came across his music last year (yeah, I live under a rock). Now checking out his artwork. It's pretty cool:

The second, black and white, image is from a book of his called The Art of Computer Designing that you can flip through in full on the Internet Archive (https://archive.org/details/satoArtOfComputerDesigning/page/n119/mode/2up).

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this right here is exactly the kind of geogaddi stuff that fuzzes in front of my eyes when i'm half asleep:


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On 3/8/2021 at 10:36 AM, bronchuseven said:


Remedios Varo

I discovered her after reading about "Embroidering the Earth's Mantle" in The Crying of Lot 49


Edit:  This is the one


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"Scornful Man" (Grace Tumey 4/73) and "Stalagmitic Stagnation #1" (Grace Tumey 4/74)

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