Breaking down barriers of the different modes in which the body can exist in social spheres and contemporary art, Ivan Alifan explores the modern gaze of ambiguous figurative paintings that are revealed and transformed within the act of the individuals’ views. These portraits are not an attempt to render physical characteristics but rather create a language of underlying sexual subtexts. Using ambiguity as a tool demands the viewer’s exploration of their psyches and provokes self awareness.
In the continuing saga of everyone being racist when it comes to Jeremy Lin, Ben & Jerry’s is the latest to muck it up. The ice-cream brand is apologizing for putting fortune cookie pieces in its commemorative “Taste the Lin-Sanity” flavored ice-cream. As Yahoo reports, or steals, like us, “The frozen yogurt pints — available for a limited time in the Ben & Jerry’s Harvard Square, Mass. location — were originally made with vanilla frozen yogurt, lychee honey swirls and pieces of fortune cookie. The fortune cookies were swapped out for a fresh waffle cone cookie on the side after complaints of racial insensitivity.”
Sometimes, when you go Humphry Slocombe, its hard to decipher what you are eating because corn flakes and some sort of alcohol in your ice cream is great and confusing all at the same time. Wyen Veen created this installation based on the flavors of Slocombe, making it harder/easier to understand what is going on with what you waited in line for 30 mins for. . . .
We all love ice cream and we all have our favorite songs. Ice Cream by Battles is a blend of everything summer and tropical vocals. The video is laced with visual stimulates that will keep you enthralled scene by scene by scene. The music video is awesome.