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TEKHKA: By Art:tech of eightyfourcube

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Hello! I’m TEKHKA and I have a plan.

I work at a recycling factory, and I secretly steal little parts and components.

I would tear them apart, test them, fix them, arrange them and eventually rebuild them and attach them to myself.

I had always wanted to travel through time, and the plan was that.

I am going to be a time machine!” ^^

*TEKHKA = TEKHNOLOGIA (‘technology’ origin from greek) + NOOKA. [Via ART:TECH X NOOKANOOKA]

Just look at the fine ink on the mecha nookanooka vinyl — exquisitely detailed.

Air vent on top, wired with hydraulics and pneumatics cable and trademarked 84 time traveler machine.

I want one! And there’s only one -_-;

Please vote for Najib Art:tech at H5 nookanooka artist series.

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Designers Anatomy Ver2.0/09. Limited edition of 55 individually numbered, gold on black.

Alright, if I can’t get TEKHKA, then the dav2 (also designed by Art:tech) would be suffice.

There goes my RM84 to eightyfourcube.

Written by cthulhu

March 20, 2010 at 5:07 pm

Echolalia

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Noise

Edvard Munch's The Scream in Nature

Echo…call her and she will call you
Curse her and you she will curse
You can’t win if you argue
The last word’s always hers.

–Ai Qing (1910– ), Chinese poet. “Echo”.

For echo is the soul of the voice, exciting itself in hollow places.

Pigs Might Fly, If They Had Wings (Swine Flew. Swine Flu)

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Joseph Wu Origami - Swine Flew

Swine Flew by Joseph Wu Origami

Human Condition:

It is better to be a human being dissatisfied than a pig satisfied; better to be Socrates dissatisfied than a fool satisfied.

— John Stuart Mill (1806–1873), British philosopher and social reformer. Utilitarianism.

Atichoo! Gesundheit!

HUGS

 

Triplet Hugs

Triplet Hugs

Written by cthulhu

March 31, 2009 at 3:11 am

No Warm July (Earth), No Libra Sun

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Hafiz - Sun and Earth

Even after all this time the sun never says to the earth, "You owe me." Look what happens with a love like that, it lights the whole sky. -- Hafiz, a persian poet of the 1300 century.

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March 28, 2009 at 10:08 am

The Sound of Your Voice — Cheers Me Up

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The Sound of Your Voice - Cheers Me Up

Do you miss mine?

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February 18, 2009 at 2:36 am

Writing Is a Form of Therapy; Sometimes I Wonder How All Those Who Do Not Write, Compose or Paint Can Manage to Escape the Madness, the Melancholia, the Panic Fear

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Helvetica Project (Moleskine Edition)

Helvetica Project (Moleskine Edition)

…the panic fear which is inherent in the human situation.

— Graham Greene (1904–1991), British novelist. Ways of Escape.

Εββ asked — bluntly —  does Moleskine® makes my writing better. She didn’t emphasize whether it’s my grammar, narrative or writing style. Since that would be weird for someone with literature background to question the medium of written prose, be it papyrus or stone tablet. It’s the content that’s matter — and the expression.

It must be my hideous handwritting (unlike some people that I know of).

If the medium would be the case. Maybe I should write electronically. This is where Wacom Intuos3 A5 (PTZ630) and Wacom Bamboo Fun A5 (CTE-650K) come in. The latter for my sister who’s into deviantART deviations.

While the Intuos3 would be a perfect match for the new 17″ MacBook Pro (waiting for the shipment). Why Intuos3? Ergonomics

Mouse Arm Syndrome (MAS) is a general term for the injuries that result from repetitive, forceful movements in body parts such as fingers, hands, arms and shoulders. Using a traditional computer mouse involves repetitive, prolonged clicking with the user’s hand and forearm twisted at an awkward, unnatural angle. This can lead to sore muscles and significantly increases the risk of RSI.

RSI stands for Repetitive Strain Injury. My right hand have this tingling sensation during the prolong use of mouse. I must been affected with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) since the advent of internet in my life. Bloglines really help me with better reading experience, using keyboard to browse the RSS entries. For graphic and video editing, I need something more natural to the nimble digits. Pen tablets is the answer.

Why Intuous3? It compliments my first DSLR: Canon EOS 5D Mark II. I need something to do the dodge and burn, tilf-shift and HDR effects, as easy as manipulating brush strokes.

Before this entry sounds like gadget commercial (Engadget or Gizmodo) from an artsy fartsy mensch. I better start to act apathetic and monotonous like some of you would expect from someone who work offshore for effing 3-6 months.

To be distinctly cultured have their risk. Better to be subtly philistine and mundane. In one of the inner subset instead the outlaying cluster of dark spot. In her case, I can celebrate the joy of celibacy now, since I got ample phallic gadgetry to masturbate with. Yeay! *orgasmic-sarcasm*

Meh. (That’s from me)

Have a go at Ken Follett’s The Pillar of the Earth. The story of the building of a magnificent cathederal, written by an atheist. Thank you, Mr. Taylor (Diving Operation Superintendent) for the book suggestion (after a rambling conversation about Nietzsche’s dead god and Camus’s dying god).

Meh. (That’s from her)

Why Intuous3? I know it’s silly to buy one (or two) just because of my fugly handwritting. Perhaps the smooth moleskine paper texture would help to improve my handwriting in a way, and the pen tablet for hand dexterity, as well as reducing the pain around my wrist.

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