Massachusetts-based photographer Stephen Tourlentes‘ series Of Length and Measures is a collection of photographs of U.S. prisons shot at night. After stumbling upon a newly built prison on the outskirts of his hometown in Illinois, Tourlentes became intrigued with these spaces. “The night sky was punctuated with a brilliant glow that changed my perception of the horizon. This transformation of the landscape revealed an unseen human cargo held in time and place,” he recalls.
If you get the chance, compare to the Letterman performance here:
True Detective introduced me to this group. Thanks.
'Free winds and no tyranny for you, Freddie, sailor of the seas. You pay no rent, free to go where you please. Then go, go to that landless latitude and good luck. If you figure a way to live without serving a master, any master, then let the rest of us know, will you? For you'd be the first in the history of the world.'
The Master (2012)
I heard this in a podcast a while back. It’s great.
That sums it up.
Four to beam down, Mr Scott!
This is is possibly the coolest Star Trek TOS fan art I’ve ever seen!
No, but seriously, where did this come from? Who is the artist? Where was this taken?
It’s an art installation at the Microsoft office Studio D in Redmond, Washington, made by Devorah Sperber. It’s made of 75,000 beads.