The Art Revolution that I have advocated over the last 2 decades has grown so big, it's hard to summarize for those new to it. This reprint from the 2008 issue helps. It is also a series of short videos on youtube.
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 18, 2014 at 11:12am —
FOUR BIOLOGICAL STEPS In Childhood Development;
We often suggest steps to help children have happy lives . But most don't take into consideration our biological needs. Here are 4 that I believe, should be included.
1. Vaginal birth.
2. Breast feeding
1. The mother transfers her gut bacteria to the child through vaginal birth. If the newborn is denied that type of birth, then that child does not have the full gut biome he… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 17, 2014 at 10:54am —
From recent reading and studying I'm beginning to think that weaning is a major time of infant development.
This loss of breast milk, may be a biological step - albeit a traumatic one - to trigger the infant to start his own immune system.
Those fed with formula, don't have this step, and never went through this, They have never developed this bio stage - of learning how to react to loss of needed fat and other concentrated nurturing (loss of breast milk). Which would force… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 17, 2014 at 9:57am —
It’s suddenly Spring in Portland and we’re cleaning house. Which makes us realize just how much stuff we have…so thought we’d be cheesy and run a sale.
For the rest of March, all Etsy purchases… Continue
Added by Antiquated Future on March 15, 2014 at 5:00pm —
Dear Reader, this week's Musea email Club message is titled, The Great Divide In Art
THE GREAT DIVIDE IN ART
There is a great divide in art. It’s been going on for over 100 years. It’s time to end it.
The first major divide in modern art was when the Impressionists broke away from the French Salon and it’s type of painting. From then to now, there has been an understood divide in art that implies that
(for the rest… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 13, 2014 at 3:53pm —
After a long absence, Rachel Lee-Carman's various zines & postcards are back in stock! Since she does our art design, we didn't feel at home without all her awesome stuff. And if you haven't read the Show & Tell/Shoe &… Continue
Added by Antiquated Future on March 13, 2014 at 3:17pm —
(inspired by an illustration by Jessica Walsh)
I finally understand
how computers really work.
the button that you push
is the first domino.
And behind the facade
it pushes yet another,
and that pushes another
and so forth down the line;
until at the end
you've issued a command,
which trips another
row of dominoes
to fall down in line
to finish the task.
Want some proof?
Shake your… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 13, 2014 at 11:24am —
BIG LIST ADD ONS
Glad to announce 7 new inductees to the BIG LIST.
It’s the first, best music of the entire net and world, music list (and best, at least until someone does a 2nd one). See url that follows.
BIG MUSIC LIST (200 Song – First Worldwide Best Music List)
Best Engine Noise on a Record , "Telstar", The Tornados (yt).
Best vocal and ukulelee of "SomeWhere Over The Rainbow"… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 11, 2014 at 5:32pm —
Q. How do you define life?
A. The most stable response to the environment when life began.
Q. What is adjusting?
A. Carbon compounds in a liquid water environment
Q. What do they adjust to?
A. The day/hot - night/cool cycle, and perhaps dry - then wet cycle too. Plus they adjust to UV light from the sun.
Q. How do they adjust?
A. What lasts in that environment is the most stable. With some carbon compounds more stable than others.
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 10, 2014 at 3:43pm —
I'm looking for someone who writes in poetry/poetric prose style to join my little team of collaborators. We're 3 illustrators and 2 writers right now, with a couple other people contributing inspiration.
Message me if you're interested in joining us and I'll fill you in on the details and such :)
Added by Zeina V. on March 9, 2014 at 10:18pm —
Dear Musea Readers,
Here's a set of 5 of my paintings with the theme, The Turn of the Century
See the Musea blog post at:
(editor of the 21 year old zine Musea)
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 8, 2014 at 11:11am —
So during my daily EGL stalk I come across this. This blog post will basically be my two cents based off what I've read (on the link previously mentioned).
I am thoroughly annoyed by the Lolita community's intolerance towards… Continue
Added by x Stella x on March 8, 2014 at 7:30am —
Works on wavy, straight or mildly curly hair, and requires soft layers. It can be worn with or without bangs (fringe) both straight-across or side bangs can look good. Hair must be longer than shoulder length (extensions can be used). It probably works on wigs, but I haven't tried it.… Continue
Added by x Stella x on March 7, 2014 at 9:08pm —
drawing - painting
classical - romantic
particle - wave
mass - force
some people row
some people drift
in my dreams
I can fly
What is a QUATRO. It’s a new type of very very short poetry that usually compares two things, in a haiku – way, packing a lot of meaning in a very small amount of words. There is usually a very real comparison, and behind it a 2nd deeper meaning.… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 7, 2014 at 8:06pm —
So yeah, issue five of 'The Screever' is now complete; 48 A6 pages of black and white photocopied awesome-ness, featuring interviews with Stourbridge post-metallers MOTHERTRUCKER, Canadian punk / proper-screamo label ZEGEMA BEACH RECORDS, Charlotte from hand-made focussed SHOP IN THE SQUARE, artist / illustrator LUMBERJACK JOE, and local black-metallers ARROGANT DESTRUKTOR, plus a load of reviews, some puzzles, and a guide to bread-making. Trades are very welcome, or you can buy a copy for a… Continue
Added by Lee Taylor on March 7, 2014 at 3:11am —
The answer to, and winner (if any) for, our last contest question of:
Bear with me on this - it rambles. A scientist, in 1900, took some chicken wire and a board and made a maze to test the smarts of his lab rats. You've seen a thousand cartoons on this with every variation. Sooner or later some have humans in the rat race. But this is no science question. The scientist based his maze - it was an exact copy - on a formal garden, that was indeed for humans. Name the garden.
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 6, 2014 at 11:03am —
Dear Musea Readers,
Decades of drawing and painting have given me the ability to draw and paint out of thin air – that is I can make it up and it looks fairly real. OK so far. But I notice that when I do a male figure, it seems to always turn into someone that looks a lot like me. Here is a set of self portraits.…
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 5, 2014 at 6:51pm —
Box of Art (Why Mass Market Paintings, Part 2)
Part of Postmod Art, or the revolution in painting, is the mass production of paintings or gliclees” on canvas. They can be made so exact that you could line up 4 copies and the original on the wall – all of them in the same frame – and no one could tell which is the original.
Let painting join the other mass marketed arts: lit/books, film/dvd, music/records. Then it too will become as popular as books, films and… Continue
Added by Tom Hendricks on March 4, 2014 at 6:33pm —
Cheer the Eff Up #6 Continue
- Everyone who picks up a copy of Cheer the Eff Up
is instantly hooked. Each issue is a treasure in an entirely unassuming package. ($3)…
Added by Antiquated Future on March 4, 2014 at 1:00pm —
I am full of ideas for zines right now. I'm writing them all down to make sure I won't lose any of them.
And I am working on my first ever zine. It will be about my weekly four to five hour train rides. I'm almost done with the text but I'll need to take some photos this weekend.
I've never been so close to actually completing a zine. Pretty exciting :)
Added by britt b. on March 4, 2014 at 11:00am —