Category Archives: Art

Lego Hell

Source: The Telegraph

Artist recreates the nine circles of Dante’s Inferno… with Legos. Go here to see all 9.



Saintseneca’s “James”

I’ve been thoroughly enraptured by this track off of Saintseneca’s Last entitled “James”: an account of Jesus’ incarnation by his brother James. Lyrically slim, this track is nonetheless remarkably dense, and is punctuated with some incredible imagery. Correlation between birth and resurrection (second birth), a gender-ambiguous deity, genetics metaphors, a remarkably obscure reference to the Crucifixion (“His hands, well  I’m not sure, how to get those”), this track has everything a theologian could ask for in less than two minutes. Listen to the track, love the track, then buy the track (or hell, why not buy the whole damn album?!).

My brother’s born on Christmas
My brother’s born on Easter
God was my half brother
and God, I’d like to meet her

Yeah our cheeks are similar
Yeah we’ve got the same nose
His hands, well I’m not sure
How’d he get those?

Some kind of divine hybrid
I wonder who’s recessive allelomorphs expressed
to make your neck so freckled?

This is Full Communism.

This is Full Communism.

[Source: Reblooged~?]

This is Existentialism.

[Source: Reblooged~?]

Dietrich Bonhoeffer


This is one of the greatest pictures ever taken.
This Picture burns a whole into my soul.
Those eyes have seen so much.

Blingee’d Michel Henry

Michel Henry

I couldn’t resist.  Glitter Theology.  Go there.

Blingee’d Jean-Luc Marion

Jean-Luc Marion

Everyone everywhere, drop what you are doing and go to Glitter Theology.

Sein und Zeit Diagram T-shirt

Shark of Wisdom

Happy Labor Day!