Meet Dead Man's Bones: Ryan Gosling and Zach Shields Pictured: Zach Shields, Silverlake Conservatory Children's Choir, Ryan Gosling An Oscar-nominated Hollywood heartthrob and his best friend round up a bunch of instruments-- some of which they don't know how to play-- and a massive children's choir and make a concept album about the supernatural. Seems like a recipe for disaster, right? Guess again. Meet Dead Man's Bones, a collaboration between actors Ryan Gosling (Half Nelson, The Believer, The Notebook) and Zach Shields. The duo plan to release their debut album,Â Never Let a Lack of Talent Get You Down, on their own label, Werewolf Heart, this summer.
22 Lost Photos From The '80s L.A. Hardcore Scene The fanzine “We Got Power” documented southern California’s burgeoning hardcore scene inthe early ’80s after punk had fizzled out. The photographers/writers of the ‘zine have turned it into a coffee table book of the same title, available from Bazillion Points Publishing. Below are 22 photos taken by the authors of the ‘zine, published now for the first time. Punk mom with injured son and daughter—the family that stage dives together stays together. Mike Ness, Social Distortion, playing the kitchen of Meg and Becca’s apartment, Silver Lake, 1982. He had stitches in his mouth from some sort of fight accident.
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UPDATE: The Return of Bent Objects Wires transform these objects from inanimate to hilarious works of art. Little polish girl McDonalds as Sculpture Materials Yeah, this is where those come from Dancing Queens
Growing up can be a challenge, especially in the teenage years. Some people use writing or art as a creative outlet for all the emotions they keep inside. Sebastian Eriksson is an 18-year-old up-and-coming surrealist artist living in Sweden.
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Mar01 by Rachel Meeks Pink blossoms will soon appear on trees, and the National Cherry Blossom Festival starts on March 20. In 1912 the city of Tokyo, Japan, gave Washington, D.C., a beautiful gift of 3,000 cherry blossom trees.
Blade Runner In Watercolor
Posted by Ray | 1 Jun 2011 | Comments (0) Shulamith Koenig is perhaps best known for her activism as the founding president of PDHRE, the People's Movement for Human Rights Learning (formerly known as the People's Decade for Human Rights Education), which she founded in 1989. Yet at some point between her two-decade career as an industrial engineer (with a focus on water conservation) and her ongoing human rights activism, Koenig found time to create a fascinating (and largely overlooked, if Google is any indication) body of work as a sculptor. Aesthetically, the work falls somewhere between David Smith and Louise Nevelson—the reference points are perhaps inescapable, insofar as Koenig assembles largely abstract forms out of found objects—but there is another, less obvious meaning to her sculptural forms. In 1982, in an old farm in upstate New York, Shulamith Koenig found a trove of foundry wooden patterns and molds, hand carved by artists over a century ago. Shulamith Koenig - Exhibition of Sculptures at NYC's ET Modern
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Karen Goldfinch, Made To Treasure Made to Treasure, are an Event Management and Decor Services provider. They designed and created the table decor for the Gala Dinner, which they promise will be instantly recognisable and extremely unique! "Being in the creative industry, and having a young son, we strongly believe events should be accessible to everyone, and were keen to support Lumiere in any way we could. Capitalism Kills Love - Lumiere 2011
Steve Lambert | About Steve “I never knew you did _______ too!” How many times have I heard these words… in an email, from my good friends, from my family. There’s 10+ years of work on this site, where to start? These are the more popular projects – some you may already be familiar with. If you want a quick run through of what I do, this will give you an idea:
Boy, I didn't know what I was getting myself into when I started this. I've had requests for some sort of expressions tutorial dating back a while now, so I figured, "Sure! I can explain expression drawing...and it'll be way better than all those tutorials out there that are nothing but charts of generic expressions. Yeah!
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