My newest drawing, Dream of Wires, is now available in the shop (link in bio.) If you’re looking for something unusual to display that will grab people’s attention, I’d love to connect you with one of my pieces of cyborganic surreality. Check out the store or message me to buy this one.
As you might guess, the name of this drawing is a reference to Gary Numan’s wonderfully odd 1980 song, “I Dream of Wires.” This current series I’m exploring is influenced by past decades’ vision of the future, and one aspect of that retrofuturistic take involves the twin genres of industrial and synthpop music at the start of the 1980s. You can learn more about today’s drawing in my blog post on ironskulletart.com
“By willfully committing to the physical union of flesh and machine, this faithful devotee of cyborganics has become suspended in a dream of wires.”
There are new guidelines to be released this week by the New York City Commission on Human Rights in regards to the targeting of people based on their hair or hairstyle, at work, school or in public spaces.
According to the regulations, New Yorkers are now allowed to maintain “natural hair, treated or untreated hairstyles such as locs, cornrows, twists, braids, Bantu knots, fades, Afros, and/or the right to keep hair in an uncut or untrimmed state.” Check out what our contributing writer @eferighe has to say about it on Kulturehub.com. . . . . .