Rob Beschizza at 8:06 pm Mon, Oct 8, 2012
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Matthew Borrett's Escher-like sunken cityscapes invite exploration; Huge, finely-detailed prints are available. [via Illusion 360]
What makes you so sure that they’re not hypnopompic?
That’s just what he called it, man!
I noticed that you corrected his spelling, though.
…or a little further along in wikipedia: presomnal, anthypnic sensations, oneirogogic images, phantasmata, the borderland of sleep, praedormitium borderland state, half-dream state, pre-dream condition, sleep onset dreams, dreamlets, wakefulness-sleep transition (WST).
but i calls it: Utapau City (cuz i’m a nerd)
so good, it makes me just want to never try to make art ever again.
Eerie. I’ve had dream settings that look like that.
For one reason or another they remind me of the recent xkcd comic Click and Drag
I kind of want to build that in Minecraft now.
Is this a map of the land of Fairlight? http://www.crashonline.org.uk/22/fairlght.htm
Not on Art.sy yet . . .
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If you are a nerd and you're not following Steve Jurvetson on Flickr, you should correct that. Why? Posts like this one, in which the VC and tech-thinker explores interesting things in interesting ways.
SpaceX this weekend "successfully launched its Dragon spacecraft aboard a Falcon 9 rocket on the first official cargo resupply mission to the International Space Station," at 8:35 p.m.
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