BuzzterFuge #438

<Foreground images from National Geographic, background from Universe by Heather Couper>

BuzzterFuge #436

<Background is part of Gustav Klimt’s The Beethoven Frieze (specifically The Embracing Couple (Study for The Kiss)), breast from Barron’s Essential Atlas of Anatomy, flower & mountains from National Geographic> Gustav Klimt’s 1902 frieze is based on Richard Wagner’s interpretation of the 9th symphony by Ludwig van Beethoven, celebrating humankind’s yearning for happiness. The 34-meterContinue reading “BuzzterFuge #436”

BuzzterFuge #434

<Bird from National Geographic, background = Daubigny’s Garden by Van Gogh>

BuzzterFuge #427

<All images from National Geographic except for tile, which is from an unknown book about art.>

BuzzterFuge #422

City traffic <~..~> <Car from National Geographic, brontosaurus from kids’ dinosaur book, background from architecture book: Institute de Monde Arabe by Champ Vallon.>

BuzzterFuge #418

Snug as a tarsier in the Sagrada Familia. <~..~> <Background is Almond Blossoms by Van Gogh, Sagrada Familia & adorable tarsier from National Geographic>

BuzzterFuge #411

“I lift my lamp beside the golden door.“ ~Emma Lazarus <~..~> <Ellis Island from National Geographic, background is an old postcard>

BuzzterFuge #409

Do you know what a man longs for when he is lonely, desolate and wretched? / A drink? / No. He longs to plant that tiny little flowerette in his heart. / You must be tired. Sit down. <~..~> <All images from National Geographic except background from Universe by Heather Couper, text from a mechanically-typedContinue reading “BuzzterFuge #409”

BuzzterFuge #407

  The future and I are having a baby and it’s me. <~..~> <Sleepy woman from National Geographic, background is an old postcard>

BuzzterFuge #403

<People from National Geographic, background from NYTimes Magazine article about candy.>

BuzzterFuge #402

His dick measuring contest with the world was decided before it began. It’s only a matter of time. <~..~> <Measuring hand from National Geographic, man from Barron’s Essential Atlas of Anatomy, sun from My First Book of Space by Rosanna Hansen & Robert Bell, background from Universe by Heather Couper>

BuzzterFuge #399

“He wondered if there might be a larger system, a field of greater perspective.” ~William Gibson <~..~> <Smoking skeleton by Vincent van Gogh, background from Unknown.>

BuzzterFuge #393

“Nothing can separate you from the language that you cry in.” ~Vanessa German, artist based in Pittsburgh <Princess from Let’s Pretend by Nila Mack, other images from National Geographic>

BuzzterFuge #392

“Pay attention to what you care about and care about what you pay attention to.” ~Rob Walker, Art of Noticing <Background from kids’ book of maps, parrot from National Geographic>

BuzzterFuge #382

Dance partners. <Background from Universe by Heather Couper, other images from National Geographic>

BuzzterFuge #379

<Bag from from National Geographic, colon from anatomy book, background is a painting tbd>

BuzzterFuge #378

It’s not the bridge for you. <~..~> <Background is an old postcard, door slam from tiny comic book called The Invaders>

BuzzterFuge #375

<All images from National Geographic, except background from Universe by Heather Couper.>

BuzzterFuge #374

<People from National Geographic, background from NYTimes Magazine>

BuzzterFuge #373

Background from National Geographic, Milky Way from kids’ book (My First Book of Space by Rosanna Hansen and Robert A. Bell), pasta from a magazine ad and napper from Vecellio’s Danae.

BuzzterFuge #372

Charley: Who’s not? Jack: Your Aunt. Charley: This is terrible. Jack: Your damned blasted aunt. Charley: What a rotter. <Background from National Geographic, woman and pissed off gnome from —, text from a mechanically-typed copy of the musical, Where’s Charley, that I found in the trash.>

BuzzterFuge #371

Background from National Geographic, sardines from The Classic Italian Cookbook by Julia della Croce

BuzzterFuge #370

Background from National Geographic, pizza & cheese from The Classic Italian Cookbook by Julia della Croce

BuzzterFuge #369

Backgrounds from National Geographic, crab from The Classic Italian Cookbook by Julia della Croce

BuzzterFuge #364

“Listen to me closely. Most people are blind to magic. They move through a blank and empty world. They’re bored with their lives and there’s nothing they can do about it. They are eaten alive by longing and they’re dead before they die. But you live in the magical world and it’s a great gift.”Continue reading “BuzzterFuge #364”

BuzzterFuge #363

“I love your voice, just like a moose in mating season.” <Background is Miró’s Personage Throwing a Stone at a Bird, legs & more from National Geographic, woman from Edward Manet’s Le Dejeuner sur l’herbe, text from a mechanically-typed copy of the musical, Where’s Charley, that I found in the trash one time.>

BuzzterFuge #361

<Background from National Geographic, elephant from kids’ dinosaur book, three people on a balcony x-acto’ed from The Balcony, by Edouard Manet>

BuzzterFuge #360

Rain forest shortcake <Flowers from National Geographic, shroom from Il Paese dei Fungi (Italian book about mushrooms), shortcake from Scandinavian Retro catalogue & background from a magazine called Hemp.>

BuzzterFuge #357

Flat Earthers believe that our planet is a flat disc ringed by an ice wall, question mark? <Images from a geography workbook & a kids’ book about astronauts.>

BuzzterFuge #355

Gogh Broke <Vinnie van Gogh’s Sunflowers from an art book & retinal tissue from Aging Matters magazine>

BuzzterFuge #354

The dancer and the dance are one and the same. <Dancer from National Geographic, flaming crater from kids’ volcano book, eyeball from Aging Matters Magazine, background from Universe by Heather Couper>

BuzzterFuge #353

“My therapist warned me: ‘Your happiness is going to feel like the misplacement of something valuable which is your fucking sadness that you’re addicted to. Don’t succumb to the urge to find it. Let it be missing… it’s your sadness. What you’re going to be experiencing is this banal limbo.’” ~Dan Harmon on Harmontown <ImagesContinue reading “BuzzterFuge #353”

BuzzterFuge #351

See it and believe it. <Background & plants from magazine called Vakre, eyeball from Aging Matters magazine.>

BuzzterFuge #350

When you get young like me and i get old like you. <Background from pile of scraps found in junk shop, Mom & baby from Scandinavian Retro catalogue.>

BuzzterFuge #342

Rockets go “boom!” <Background & Saturn from National Geographic, Fart Man from Design House.>

BuzzterFuge #341

What if we’re separated by time & ash? <Images from National Geographic>

BuzzterFuge #338

Not worthy of the beauty, or too beautiful to see? <Images from National Geographic, except for woman in the sky, who’s from Boticelli’s Birth of Venus>

BuzzterFuge #337

An explosive first date. <Images from National Geographic, except for comet from The Book of Hope by Tommi Musturi.>

BuzzterFuge #334

<Trees from National Geographic, greenery from kids’ dinosaur book.>

BuzzterFuge #333

Monster! <Background is from The Book of Hope by Tomi Musturi, boat from National Geographic, dinosaur from kid’s book>

BuzzterFuge #332

I wonder if he’s kissed her I wonder if he’s kissed her Of course, of course I’m such a fool <Background from Book of Hope by Tommi Musturi, dancers from Dance in the Country by Renoir, words from a play I found in the garbage!>

BuzzterFuge #331

<Background is from The Book of Hope by Tomi Musturi, others from National Geographic>

BuzzterFuge #222

I posted this room for rent on Craigslist, thought I’d put it here, too. <Background from National Geographic, staging items from Van Gogh’s Bedroom in Arles.>

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