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Alors, comme y’a un truc sur les livres qui circule sur les blogs et que personne m’a conviée à le faire, je lance mon quizz pirate qui aura la particularité d’étre OBLIGATOIREMENT illustré. (dessins, photos, peu importe) Bref je commence : Ils ont déja répondu : Everland , Ryoga , Obion , Pollo , CMAX , Susie
Time once again to electroshock Sci-Fi-O-Rama from it’s semi-dormant state, here with a selection of work from the late Scottish sculptor and artist Sir Eduardo Paolozzi (7 March 1924 – 22 April 2005). Paolozzi has always been a favourite of mine, particularly his beautifully composed, ultra-vibrant graphic screenprints. This post was sparked when I recently picked up a copy of “Paolozzi” a 1999 paperback publication that gives a chronological overview of Eduardo’s work. Here is the back page synopsis, note that I’ve embellished this slightly, altering present to past tense. Eduardo Paolozzi (of Italian descent) was one of the major figures of postwar British art: A father of Pop Art a creator of key icons of the nuclear age, a brilliant manipulator of the images produced by the media, an iconoclast and traditionalist, an outsider and academican.
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