Angelika Arendt – Intricate Worlds
Patternbank love the incredible detail in Angelika Arendt’s intricate ink drawings and psychedelic sculptures made of polyurethane clay. The worlds Arendt creates in her work seem to morph and move in front of your eyes creating some beautiful patterns within. Check out more of her incredible work at angelikaarendt.de and on her flickr page.
look you can personally live by the philosophy ‘be nice to everyone’ but the fact of the matter is ‘being nice’ won’t solve institutionalized oppression, and that some people don’t want to be nice to their oppressors
"DYSFUNCTION OVER FASHION
In wardrobe choosing, I am forever conflicted between looking hella fresh, and looking hella messy. I want to be fresh because I want to be fresh, but I want to be messy because I want people to look at my busted shoes (which have long since expired) and think, ‘Wow, she must get rowdy on a skateboard.’ I want people to look at the scars on my elbows and knees (whose healing I’ve intentionally thwarted) and think ‘She’s tough like the boys.’ I want people to look at this band-aid (whose presence has been exaggerated and intentionally prolonged) and think, ‘She’s a scrappy mother fucker with no regard for her own safety.’”
THE DOGGY DAY
AT WALT DISNEY WORLD
hella cute but i don’t wanna be the guy who has to walk around and clean all that shit up.
Matthew Lewis photographed by Leigh Keily for JON Magazine x