“We built this tree house together in six weeks for under $4000. Reclaimed oak wood cutoffs make up the floor, and all windows and doors were salvaged. Inside is complete with a sleeping loft and composting toilet. Tree house. Wee house. You & Me house.”
This just ROCKS!
Nice little dropper with the new domeless
1 gram Grape Juice shatter, 3 grams Dirty Hippy honey comb, and the new homie pip
Alexander Brodsky (1955) is a Russian architect and artist famous for his narrative works on the brink between different disciplines. His production has always been about questioning ways of living through interpretations of the space or taking critical viewpoints on Russian cities development through time.
His work “Your Prison” adopts a more existentialist standpoint. The installation consists of a small closed cell (3 m large and 4m long) where the walls are crossed with ladders connecting small platforms. On different levels are located pieces of furniture which support the basic acts of daily living: cooking, sleeping, washing, studying… The living routine is simulated by the ladders which ascend and descend while connecting the platforms, thus becoming an endless loop of spaces and actions. An archetypal conception of progression, the ladder gets subverted to become the symbol of being stuck in a perpetual condition. The daily life of an isolated individual is dissected through the fragmentation of his activities in minimal units, the automatism of living is exposed in the shape of a prison cell.
He who experiences the unity of life
sees his own Self in all beings,
and all beings in his own Self,
and looks on everything with an impartial eye
There is such thing as love at fist sight