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"Neither highbrows nor lowbrows nor midbrows, but elastic-brows.” — George Orwell
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He rejected the either/or choice of conventional morality vs. cynicism.

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A scene from LES VALSEUSES (1974)

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Quinn Norton explains how Anonymous came for the lulz, & stayed to free us.

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A short film of beauty & buried assumptions.

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All for the better, even in this broken world.

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The running dogs of digital culture.

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Robinson Jeffers’ feral heroine is California.

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They make burrows in the ramparts.

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Oglala National Grassland

Thirst, trampling, and other ordinances of nature.

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He laid down on his back, as if supplicating for mercy…

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The Venn Platter explains the culinary world.

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A badge to celebrate your feral tendencies!

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Catwalk on the wild side.

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Between the wild and the domesticated, a hunger that abides.

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The residents of ghost towns and their black-feathered pets.

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James D. Griffioen is a Detroit photographer, blogger, and father whose work chronicles the strangely ruinous renaissance taking place in his city. I first hit upon his work thanks to Twitter, where friends pointed me to Griffioen’s photographs of what he called “feral houses“— abandoned homes taken over by vegetation. At first, Griffioen’s work may […]