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Fun with Flesh

The Strange World of Stephen Somers

November 15th, 2007 · Written by · 1 Comment

possession

Welcome to the twisted world that exists within the mind of Stephen Somers – a place where more than one amalgamation of distorted flesh goes bump in the night. A Milwaukee native and graduate of the Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design, Somers uses his acrylic paintings as a therapeutic means to exorcise disturbing states of mind. [...]

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The Origin of Species

January 3rd, 2007 · Written by · No Comments

Metamorph

Life on Earth began as a gum wrapper made of aluminum, lying on a sidewalk; several stalks of peppermint grew inside it.

Human life began as a series of interruptions in global telecommunications—later explained as Sun spots. Our primary line of flight extends from a point (a mole on god’s face) and eventually intersects with a moment where it properly becomes an actual line of flight instead of a romantic novel:

a caterpillar is simply a caterpillar—it’s not a moth. [...]

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