The Odd Harmonic

A collection of musings, distractions, inspirations, and other random crap that appeals to me....

littlelimpstiff14u2:

The Translucent Neo Realism of Eduardo Naranjo

He was distinguished in 1991 as “Extremadura Hoy” and the Gold Medal of Extremadura, and in 1995 was awarded the Military Cross for his contribution to the Arts and the Army.

His work is disturbing and complex. The drawing is perfect, transcendent and illusory to contribute a special light and a colorful austere… It is a metaphorical realism, fantasy and imaginative work.

(via actuallygrimes)

rocknrollvintageguitars:

1966 Fender Coronado II Hollowbody 3-Tone Sunburst

If you were to try to imagine the the most “un-Fender” guitar possible, a fully hollow arch-top would spring to mind, but that’s just what the Coronado is! It still feels very much like a Fender when it is in your hands as the neck is constructed just like their other iconic guitars of the day. That means it has the comfy medium C shape and the finish is slowly wearing down to bare wood, a combo that just always feels “right.”  The pickups have a slightly different kind of “sparkle” as they were made by DeArmond, and they pair wonderfully with the full sound you get from a hollowbody. The Coronado’s cutaways and headstock are it’s signature, making it both familiar and unique at the same time. Fender has finally gotten around to reissuing it but you can still grab a cool vintage example like this for a good price.

This guitar is currently available for purchase at Rock N Roll Vintage in Chicago. We ship world-wide. Please contact our store directly at 773-878-8616, rocknrollvintage.com or email us at rocknrollvintage@gmail.com for more info.

johnnythehorse:

Shaun Tan
'Never leave a red sock on the clothesline' 2012, oil on canvas, 84 x 73 cm (34” x 30”)

johnnythehorse:

Shaun Tan

'Never leave a red sock on the clothesline' 2012, oil on canvas, 84 x 73 cm (34” x 30”)

(via luz-sonriente)