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Yugop Relaunches

Flash guru Yugo Nakamura relaunches his site.
posted by gwint on Aug 6, 2004 - 3 comments

Trust no-one: Banksy Strikes Again

A few months after his first (donated) statue, "Drinker", was kidnapped, London's guerrilla artist Banksy reveals a new statue, a £22,000 solid bronze prostitute with leather boots and a thong, dedicated "to thugs, to thieves, to bullies, to liars, to the corrupt, the arrogant and the stupid."
posted by shoepal on Aug 5, 2004 - 25 comments

forum morbid

Henri Cartier-Bresson is gone. As I was dithering about whether to introduce a double post , google served up this neat little link; and they even have stiff competition. Creepy or handy?
posted by of strange foe on Aug 4, 2004 - 17 comments

Photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson dies

Photographer Henri Cartier-Bresson dies.
Henri Cartier-Bresson was a huge influence in my life and career as a photographer. Proponent of The Decisive Moment (sample), The Decisive Moment (description). He also co-founded the Magnum Photos agency with Robert Capa and David Seymore. Check out the Retrospective.
posted by diVersify on Aug 4, 2004 - 10 comments

First Lady Fights Back!

"Hi. My name is Tony Kushner, I'm a playwright...Ladies and Gentlemen and Supporters of MoveOn: the first lady of the United States, Laura Welch Bush". About a year and a half ago Kushner, the Pulitzer-prize winning author of Angels in America, published the first act of a new play, Only We Who Guard The Mystery Shall Be Unhappy (full text). In it, Laura Bush reads Dostoyevsky to a classroom full of ghosts of dead Iraqi children. Now, (in Salon, I know, I know) the first lady metacriticizes Kushner's play. (more inside)
posted by matteo on Aug 4, 2004 - 11 comments

Garland of Song

The Scriptorium's American Sheet Music. North Carolina's Duke University maintains a wonderful, sprawling archive of ephemera, as you, chers linkeurs, know well. But perhaps you didn't know of the vast collection of American sheet music, most attractively explored via these cover galleries (viz.), that awaits within.
posted by mwhybark on Aug 3, 2004 - 6 comments

The Book Art of Richard Minsky

The Book Art of Richard Minsky found by helcat who shared it in #mefi.
posted by Tacodog on Aug 3, 2004 - 3 comments

Makes a good spread

humus { issue #0 { issue #1 { about :: all flash links
posted by dobbs on Aug 3, 2004 - 5 comments

300 Love Letters

300 love letters to someone, to no one, to every one. [via fishbucket]
posted by skoosh on Aug 3, 2004 - 7 comments

Mosaikker

A million little pieces. The University of Oslo -- Norway’s largest and oldest institution of higher education -- has put together a very interesting page with amazing images of the (5,000 years old) dying art of Mosaics. Among many master-pieces (heh, sorry, couldn't resist the bad pun) we can admire the Empress Theodora from S. Vitale in Ravenna, the starry sky in Galla Placidia, the Virgin Mary and the famous Jesus of Hagia Sophia in Istanbul, St. Peter in Hossios Lucas. There's also the St. Anna of Chios, the harrowing of hell of St Mark's in Venice. Scroll down, at the end of the main page there's a lot of good external links. (more inside)
posted by matteo on Aug 3, 2004 - 7 comments

Manly, yes, but I like it too!

Stickfighting Irish Gangs, Wrestling Fashions, The Punching Bags of Pugilism, How Old England Trains Her Red Coats, and much more, in The Journal of Manly Arts - European and Colonial Combatives, 1776 - 1914 .
posted by iconomy on Aug 3, 2004 - 2 comments

Ten (or more) pages of cats, blimey!

Tim's badly drawn cat web site. [via monkeyfilter]
posted by jb on Aug 2, 2004 - 20 comments

The reactor is powered by secrets!

A Lesson Is Learned But the Damage is Irreversible
Not a preachy op-ed, but a relatively new webcomic. Watch out for the green flame, it turns things into reptiles. (via Death to the Extremist)
posted by PinkStainlessTail on Aug 2, 2004 - 6 comments

Picture What You Hear

Sounding Art: Paintings by a synethete. [?]
posted by moonbird on Aug 1, 2004 - 5 comments

The art of caricature

The Lewis Walpole Library has digitized 10,000 images from its superb collection of eighteenth- and nineteenth-century satirical prints -- not the only collection of its kind on the Internet, but certainly one of the largest and best. Search under "Gillray", "Rowlandson" or "Cruikshank" and browse a selection of images from the golden age of English caricature. Everyone will have their own favourites, but here are a few of mine: Rowlandson's Author and Bookseller, Cruikshank's The Headache and Gillray's Advantages of Wearing Muslin Dresses.
posted by verstegan on Jul 31, 2004 - 4 comments

Realistic rpg guides

RPG's as an art form (via Something Awful) " I've also been encountering different variations of the same monsters; for example, I was walking in these hills and was attacked by a slime with Ray Bans and a fedora. Another time it was a slime with a fake beard and glasses. I think whoever is producing these things, either the Dragonlord or some bored wizard, just ran out of ideas and are dressing them up to fool adventurers such as myself. I'm harder to trick than that, you sly devils. "
posted by sourbrew on Jul 31, 2004 - 7 comments

Art Community

Wetcanvas.
posted by Gyan on Jul 30, 2004 - 4 comments

Intelligent Whimsy

Copper - tales about Copper and Fred, his dog. By Kazu Kibuishi.
posted by PenDevil on Jul 30, 2004 - 6 comments

The World Is Numbers

Explorations of computation: the world is numbers, and the divine a mathematician. Maybe. [Flash, Javascript]
posted by stavrosthewonderchicken on Jul 30, 2004 - 5 comments

bookbinding | popup books

Three nice book links from the University of North Texas Libraries: 1. Victorian Bookbinding - Innovation and Extravagance has some gorgeous examples of bookcovers from the Art Nouveau, Victorian, and Arts and Crafts periods. 2. The Great Menagerie is an animated tour of 19th and 20th century pop-up books. 3. Pop-Up and Movable Books - A Tour, showcases pop-up book artists through the centuries, and includes the master of the genre, Lothar Meggendorfer. More about Meggendorfer inside ---->
posted by iconomy on Jul 29, 2004 - 7 comments

A number of artists clustered together

(pod) Art, Music, Photography. Visit the gallery, listen to the radio, enjoy.
posted by thekorruptor on Jul 28, 2004 - 5 comments

Remedios Varo

Remedios Varo Gallery: Lovers. Insomnia. Reborn. Hairy Locomotion. Vegetarian Vampires. Still Life Reviving. Varo, who always seems to have "neglected" before her name, was a Spanish-born surrealist in whose work "curious forces seem everywhere to compel even more curious people to acts of some charged significance." (inspired/reminded by this.)
posted by soyjoy on Jul 28, 2004 - 9 comments

Modern Chinese Artists

Fantastical paintings from Chinese artist Fang He. I think I like Subway Underpass Bird best for its vague sense of creepiness, though Chinese Pavilion No. 1 appeals to my love of old time sci-fi illustrations. Check out similarly whimsical Zhang Gong's cute phallic creatures (NSFW), or peruse the large collection of artists at Courtyard-Gallery. (Related Chinese art posts here and here.)
posted by lychee on Jul 28, 2004 - 6 comments

Impressionniste

Impressionniste.
posted by hama7 on Jul 27, 2004 - 6 comments

CGFA - A Virtual Art Museum

CGFA - A Virtual Art Museum.
posted by hama7 on Jul 26, 2004 - 2 comments

Her face is very beautiful but small boob.

Syashin Mania is a collection of photos of pop culture Japan. In this case it is fan car art of Ayumi Hamasaki, a popular singer. (Some other pages on the site are NSFW.)
posted by gen on Jul 25, 2004 - 12 comments

The unsettling world of Viktor Koen

Composite images. The unsettling world of Viktor Koen.
posted by acrobat on Jul 23, 2004 - 4 comments

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Dunbar/Chiappin : 'New Body of Art' Series Collaboration between Andrew Dunbar (photographer) and Anthony Chiappin (painter)(Probably NSFW)
posted by ColdChef on Jul 22, 2004 - 4 comments

somnambules

somnambules is a choreographic and interactive show for the Internet in 12 scenes and their preludes. It puts together contact dance, painting, video and music. [note: shockwave]
posted by crunchland on Jul 22, 2004 - 1 comment

The Movement

The Movement is a 7-member art project, conceived (somewhat) as a multimedia version of the games Telephone or Exquisite Corpse, in which each member "adds a voice to the work -- a voice which expands the work, a voice which modifies the work, a voice which contests the work" through text, image, or sound. Initiated by writer/musician/radio host Julius Nil, the brother alter-ego of Olias Nil (himself the alter-ego of Seth Cohen) of the late, lamented Fire Show and Number One Cup. Includes work from Nil's Fire Show/Number One Cup collaborator, musician/photographer M. Resplendent .
posted by scody on Jul 21, 2004 - 1 comment

Not just for squares

The Box Doodle Project - Cool cardboard art.
posted by dobbs on Jul 19, 2004 - 3 comments

Handcrafted Russian chess sets

A large catalog of interesting handmade Russian chess sets. Some that caught my eye: Soviet vs. American; "Soviet-Fascist Chess" (note the kings); and American vs. Russian politicians (note the American queen).
posted by Prospero on Jul 19, 2004 - 5 comments

EAT ME

heartwarmingfilter: Alice's Adventures under Ground, Lewis Carroll's illustrated first edition. (via SomeRandomRomanian)
posted by Pretty_Generic on Jul 16, 2004 - 19 comments

20 steps to fine art

By the Fire – an artist's step-by-step sketches and commentary of the creation of an oil painting, beginning with the end. (featured here)
posted by bitpart on Jul 15, 2004 - 8 comments

Arcade Flyers

The Arcade Flyer Archive. A to Z.
posted by nthdegx on Jul 15, 2004 - 3 comments

project

This is not pornography. Spaces filled with removed figures.
posted by the fire you left me on Jul 13, 2004 - 19 comments

does form transcend function?

Pac-Mondrian! Art hits the arcade. Play the classic game while enjoying the Piet Mondrian-style background. Who says art isn't fun?
posted by ifjuly on Jul 13, 2004 - 6 comments

Beautiful Mutants

Mark Mothersbaugh's Beautiful Mutants, a slideshow of Rorschach-like manipulated images of faces from long ago set to his music, is currently on tour. I'm checking it out to see how his art compares with his music work in DEVO and movie soundtracks -- hopefully it comes close.
posted by mathowie on Jul 12, 2004 - 14 comments

Contemporary Chinese Art From China and the US

Regeneration: Contemporary Chinese Art From China and the US.
posted by hama7 on Jul 9, 2004 - 3 comments

Ouch, my eyes, my ears!

Midi is to music as ASCII is to art: Music videos converted to text and MIDI. [via waxy]
posted by page404 on Jul 8, 2004 - 8 comments

Rodin Museum

Rodin Museum.
posted by hama7 on Jul 7, 2004 - 12 comments

happy pencil

happy pencil [note: flash, safe for work, portfolio]
posted by crunchland on Jul 7, 2004 - 8 comments

The Counterpoint of Being?

Introduction to the Art of Fugue.
posted by Gyan on Jul 6, 2004 - 16 comments

sequency

sequency [note: shockwave]
posted by crunchland on Jul 5, 2004 - 5 comments

Like modern art, only tastier

Beershots :: Microscopic Views of Beers from Around the World.
Also, an assortment of cocktails.
Shamelessly stolen from Plep
posted by anastasiav on Jul 3, 2004 - 4 comments

Guerilla vs. Chimp

The Stop Bush Project
...a documentation of anti-Bush sentiment from around the world expressed through graffiti, placards, flyers and other spontaneous, 'guerilla' means.
posted by moonbird on Jul 3, 2004 - 77 comments

Yet More Fractals

Keith's Fractal Art.
posted by Gyan on Jul 3, 2004 - 7 comments

Gen Art

Gen Art.
posted by hama7 on Jul 2, 2004 - 3 comments

Architecture pilgrimage

Architecture pilgrimage. Sketches of the world's great architecture.
posted by monju_bosatsu on Jul 2, 2004 - 6 comments

The art of being Kuna: Molas

The art of being Kuna - the Kuna, an aboriginal people living off the coast of Panama, are perhaps most famous for their colorful fabric panels called molas. The Kuna women wear these embroidered appliques on blouses. The most prized specimens are those that show some sign of wear, such as fading, distress, or stitch marks, indicating authentic and traditional molas rather than ones produced for tourists. If you'd like to try your hand at making a mola, the 5th grade class at Highland Park can show you how.
posted by madamjujujive on Jun 30, 2004 - 4 comments

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