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It means "nowhere," you know.
Flier from Utopia rave, 1991
A still from Cao Fei's Whose Utopia?
Kris Kuksi's Imminent Utopia
Advertisement for Gilbert & Sullivan's Utopia, Limited, 1893
Zappa, of course, needs no introduction.
The Granddaddy of them all, Thomas More's Utopia, 1516
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Nice one on the Kris Kuksi piece, that guy is a beast. The first time I came across his website there was a solid hour or more spent clicking next, exclaiming "GATTDAM!" then inching closer to my screen to examine the details...totally wicked work. He's actually an amazing draftsman too. The topic of utopia is an interesting one as well, but I'll leave my pontificating on it until I've had a few more drinks ;)
October 26, 2009 at 08:06 PM
utopia is utopic, and that is something that you never find, but i guess the journey to find it makes life more interesting
November 28, 2009 at 10:05 AM
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