Bits: 08.07.10

Falcon corpse from Indonesia, from Taryn Simon's forthcoming book Contraband, featuring photos of prohibited items seized from passengers at JFK airport

Vote here for works you think should be in the Walker's exhibition, 50/50: Audience and Experts Curate the Paper Collection. Voting ends Sept. 15.

Peter Fuss' nail-studded cross in Poland, and Dean Radinovsky's soon-to-be-razed chapel hidden within a warehouse near the West Side Highway in New York.

• Artist (and Eyeteeth reader) John Devlin on mental illness, art, and his memory drawings of Cambridge. And here's an interview with him on CBC One Radio.

• Daily Serving interviews Andrea Bowers.

Futurefarmers are building megaphones TODAY at the Walker's Open Field.

• Street art: MOTHER.

Graph paper and notebook page mugs.

Ish: "For only $175 you can install a little piece of metal engraved with a QR code on your loved one’s tombstone. Scan the code with your cellphone, and the code will redirect you to a website featuring text, photos, and video about your beloved."

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