Just North of Something Important: The extra... →
barthel: When someone used to make a joke that referred to some pop-cultural ephemera - Joe Isuzu, or “Where’s the Beef?” or Zsa Zsa Gabor hitting a cop or whatever - we laughed because it acknowledged something we all knew about. When someone now makes a joke that references all but the most widely-known…
An Interpretation of the First Two Chapters of... →
These are great, and above all, they illustrate (figuratively and literally) that Deleuze and Guattari’s ideas are most comprehensible when visualized. Who could read the phrase “body without organs” and not attempt to picture that idea? It helps that the drawings retain some mystery, as part of the joy of reading D&G is the way you struggle with visualization in a way that...