I started But Does it Float ↗ with Folkert Gorter in 2008. It began as an ongoing visual conversation between the two of us, exploring the discovery, sharing, and contextualization of imagery on the internet. It became a seemingly endless web of thoughtful musings and ephemera. 

“An art blog that sits widely outside both the worlds of contemporary art and ubiquitous blogdom.”


—Aimee Walleston, Art in America





Through our eyes, the universe is perceiving itself.

But Does it Float became a primary source of inspiration among creatives, it also informed the way we consume art and images predating both Pinterest and popular themes for Tumblr.

TITLE  Alan Watts