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Joseph Cavalieri is a stained glass artist. Among his works are illustrations of The Gormenghast novels, several panels based on physical culture ads of the 1950s, and a series depicting scenes from "The Missing Episode" of The Simpsons, such as The Countryman and the Serpent, The Death in the Playground, and Funeral for a Friend. via nag on the lake.
posted by Rumple (10 comments total) 11 users marked this as a favorite

 
very very nice, thank you
posted by infini at 12:39 AM on January 1, 2010


This Missing Episode series, huh? What is that a reference to? My google skills have deserted me.
posted by Ghidorah at 4:55 AM on January 1, 2010


It's a conceit, basically.
posted by DoctorFedora at 5:58 AM on January 1, 2010


The strangest Simpsons artwork yet.
posted by Atreides at 6:28 AM on January 1, 2010


I enjoyed the juxtaposition of "Original content available for non-commercial use under a Creative Commons license" right above the Sold stickers.
posted by puffmoike at 6:30 AM on January 1, 2010


Very cool indeed, except for the Gormenghast stuff - beautiful work but inappropriate IMHO... should be loads darker and quirkier (like Peake's own illustrations)
posted by Monkeymoo at 8:15 AM on January 1, 2010


"Perfectly fitting into the Indian caste system, Cavalieri organized Wonder Women and the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man ontop, followed by a row of Twinkies, then Apu and Manjula. Least important are the magnolia flowers and crushed baby Maggie. "

Wow, that is indeed brilliant. I only wish I could see a bigger image.
posted by grapefruitmoon at 8:18 AM on January 1, 2010


I'm kind of let down by the fact that these are less stained glass than stained glass with stuff drawn on with enamel. If they were really, wholly stained glass, I'd love them.

Also, the physique one is more than a little reminiscent of Gilbert & George done, shall we say, less well.
posted by Sys Rq at 11:46 AM on January 1, 2010


Still looking for a stained glass interpretation of the window in this novel.
posted by clarknova at 1:33 PM on January 1, 2010


very very nice, thank you

for truth
posted by cmoj at 1:47 PM on January 1, 2010


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