The Iron Garden Part.4

AIKEN LAYNE The Cafe Noir's small, mahogany confines smelled of tobacco smoke and leather, cigarette ash and java beans, a small gaggle of hipsters lounging about the counter at the front of the store, chatting with the staff whilst the old men, with their fat hands and wrinkled foreheads, puffed their fragrant belicoso's and cursed …

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The Aesthetic of the Machine & Mechanical Introspection In Art

EDITOR'S NOTE: This rare piece, published in 1924, was originally written by the Leading Futurist and Cosmic Idealist, Enrico Prampolini. I have reproduced it here for the edification of my audience due it's rarity and artistic importance. In the aesthetic phenomenon of the evolution of the plastic arts the necessity of considering the Machine and …