Liu Bolin, The Almost Invisible Man. Thanks!: NPD.
Shandong artist Liu Bolin paints himself to correspond into various backgrounds. The end result are completely mind-boggling. The 35 year old artist say his photos (which can take up to 10 hours to produce) are his way of protesting against the government for their routine suppression of Chinese artists. Bolin’s own studio was shut down by the government in 2005.
Huge photo gallery of Bolin’sCamouflage series here.
George Hutchins for Congress, 2010. Good luck with that District 4, North Carolina.
North Carolina Congressional candidate George Hutchins and his“Kill ‘em All” attitude is almost as scary as his website. Here’s a sample of some of the sludge littering up Hutchins’ brains that accidentally leaked out of his ear and spilled onto his home page. I included the typos as they help illuminate Hutchins’ extreme nutbaggery:
Supports FOX News
End Gay Marriage
Rhinos attempted to silent my Honorable Effort.
Diversity should be voluntary.
Jessie Helms greatest North Carolina leader.
To stop Obama-Nation Socalists we must first go to the root of the poison tree which created all them.
Crispin Glover! Will someone please give this guy a hug? Actually, maybe getting that close to George might not be the best idea now. Rhino’s are really dangerous animals.
What’s particularly disturbing about this video is that Graysons’s questions were specific to the contents of The Constitution. Something you hope your Congressman knows a thing or two about. Grayson’s unwavering deconstruction of Broun is one of the most inspiring things I’ve seen in a long time. And I wish that wasn’t a True story.
Tim Eyman, Captain Dicktard. For everyone who supports the approval of R-71.
Ruling against Washington States Public Record Act, Supreme Court Justice Anthony Kennedy on Monday temporarily blocked Washington State officials from releasing the names of people seeking to overturn R-71, a referendum that would expand the current domestic partnership laws in Washington State. And Tim Eyman couldn’t be happier.
Initially, Eyman was working to keep the names of people who signed 11 different petitions, including several of his own. Yesterday, Eyman’s attorney submitted a request to include two individuals opposed to R-71 who had signed R-71 petitions and don’t want their names released. Eyman and others (especially those behind the Anti-R-71 lines) believe that disclosing the names of the 138,000 people who oppose the approval of R-71 would leave them open to harassment. Or having an uncomfortable conversation with their gay neighbors as to why they hate them so much. True story.