Archive for the ‘Art’ Category

Crazy building

January 11, 2009

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Clever Business Cards

December 28, 2008

Published on 12/16/2007


Look what happened at my house (A photo diary)

November 5, 2008

Sat Nov 01, 2008 at 03:13:23 PM PST

This is what was done last night to the Obama sign in my front yard. Last night was Halloween. So what do you think? Halloween prank or hate crime?

How about both. I’ll explain below. (more…)

Top 10 Quotes from the Surrealists

November 4, 2008


“Art may be bad, good or indifferent, but, whatever adjective is used, we must call it art, and bad art is still art in the same way as a bad emotion is still an emotion.”
—Marcel Duchamp, “The Creative Act,” Art News, Summer 1957 (more…)

10 Fun Facts About Pablo Picasso

October 28, 2008

Guernica by Pablo Picasso (1937) – turned into 3D art by Lena Gieseke in 2008

Today is Pablo Picasso’s birthday, and to help celebrate the Cubist movement co-founder, here are Neatorama’s quick 10 fun facts about the guy: (more…)

Famous paintings imitated by The Simpsons (in french, unfortunately)

August 8, 2008

Le premier paysage est une référence au Bassin aux nymphéas de Claude Monet (190). (more…)

ever seen a creepier tower?

August 6, 2008

i can’t actually believe i’ve not written about this tower before today.

i saw it for the first time a few years back and still remember how initially confused i was. maybe i blocked it from my mind to prevent nightmares. then this morning i, for some reason, had a flashback to that very day of discovery and actually got annoyed with myself for not writing about it sooner. anyway, better late than never. we’ll start the photos from afar and then get closer with each picture as i want to make the experience as creepy as possible for you.

žižkov television tower, žižkov, prague (more…)

Dead graffiti

July 27, 2008

Cool food pics

July 27, 2008

Hard Time Out

July 25, 2008 / News / Feature
Five-year-olds in handcuffs, eighth-graders detained for doodling: The prison boom comes to the schools.”

David Goodman
July 21, 2008

In March 2007, the eighth-grade class at Dyker Heights school in Brooklyn, New York, got a substitute teacher. Predictably, the kids got rambunctious. Thirteen-year-old Chelsea Fraser steered clear of the rowdier action, including the boys plastering the walls with post-office stickers. Instead she doodled on a desk with a marker, penning in block letters: “okay.”

Two days later, Chelsea called her mom, Diana Silva, from school. She was panicked. “Mom,” she said, “I think I’m gonna get arrested.” (more…)