MACRO: AN ANTHOLOGY OF IMAGE MACROS curated by Penny Goring + Michael Hessel-Mial
Hawaii has a lot of islands and most of them do not pull their own weight. Zachery Wood criticizes those useless island. Tropical islands have it fairly hard and need all the help they can get to protect them from the tourists of the world.
An owl informs Crispin Best about gondoliers. Such graceful creatures gondoliers are pure elegance. With the help of a gondolier individuals are able to get through the rest of the world without a hitch.
Dreams are censored for adult content yet a lot seeps through. With dreams people get to see what they really want not what some ad tells them. Paul Christian lets these dreams sync up with his granular reality.
Poetry begins it all. From poetry all else flows going from head shoulders knees and toes. Teklal Neguib brings this all to light from the very bottom of the tub.
Flowers love giving people tattoos. Usually those are merely tattoo ideas but no two are ever quite the same. Ali Znaidi brings those ideas into the light of the world. Really well to do flowers get themselves very nice handbags though wherever they get the money remains something of a mystery.
“The Parallax” remains Dr. Seuss’s most intellectual endeavor. Manuel Arturo Abreu literally wrote the book on it, just like they learned to love. Poor dog never had a chance in the weird dreams of the world. Due to the dream the dog found themselves cut asunder but thankfully it was only but a dream.
Jos Charles presents the art of dying. It is easy. Anybody can do it. Everybody does it eventually. The temptation of death becomes too great sometimes. People get freaked out about it understandably. With death there are always tears they fall to the ground soaked up by plant life. Dead animals on the road find themselves thrown into the trash because people simply can’t handle to look at a dead animal and realize they probably had something to do with that. Blood too can be intense almost too intense to face, like it is one of those interior things.
Baby Belugas are chill creatures. They love all of the Rocky movies. Jennifer Erixon knows this as she swims with them.
Sports are where it is at along with the pointlessness of it all. People line up excited about the purposelessness of sport. Over the course of a lifetime some people manage to memorize every little sport detail, all that needless trivia they can never forget. Jamey Strathman loves the sporting life.