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vibrant salvador Dalì

lunedì 30 dicembre 2013
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Santa Gogh


lunedì 23 dicembre 2013
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SKY WATCHER new spot for Trussardi

Sky Watcher
3D animated by Yuko Shimizu
mercoledì 18 dicembre 2013
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mascottes of the Vindictive


lunedì 16 dicembre 2013
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Bruno Catalano's “Les Voyageurs”


“Bruno Catalano is a French artist whose sculptures are often missing pieces. The human figures are travelers heading towards unknown destination, lacking important pieces but still standing. (…) Mr. Catalano was born in Morocco and a lifetime as a sailor inspired him to make these intriguing sculptural works.”

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giovedì 28 novembre 2013
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Beautiful Ads of golden graphic era

24 of the Most Beautiful Ads Ever Made

 

Andalusia at the time of the Moors exposition, Paris, 1900. Artist: Eugène Samuel Grasset.

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Mosaics by Escofet-Tejera and Co., Spain, 1900. Artist: Alexandre de Riquer.

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Absinthe Robette, Bruxelles, 1896. Artist: Privat Livemont.

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Rajah Tea, Bruxelles, Bruxelles, 1896. Artist: Privat Livemont.

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Chocolat Mexicain Masson, Paris, 1892. Artist: Eugène Samuel Grasset.

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A la Place Clichy, France, 1891. Artist: Eugène Samuel Grasset.

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L. Marquet ink, France, 1892. Artist: Eugène Samuel Grasset.

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Jeanne d'Arc–Sarah Bernhardt (actress), France, 1889-1894. Artist: Eugène Samuel Grasset.

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Salon of the One Hundred, 17th Exhibition, Paris, 1895. Artist: Paul Berthon.

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Dayton bicycles, France, c1898. Artist: Henry Thiriet.

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Cosmydor Savon soap, France, 1891. Artist: Jules Chéret (France, Paris, 1836-1932)

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The Loïe Fuller show, Paris, 1894. Artist: Pal (Jean de Paleologu).

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Madrid Expo, 1893. Artist: Eugène Samuel Grasset.

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Albert Morris Bagby's new novel: Miss Träumerei, Boston, 1895. Artist: Ethel Reed.

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III. Manes Exhibition Association, 1900. Artist unknown.

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Petrol Stella, Paris, 1897. Artist: Henri Gray (Henri Boulanger).

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Waverley cycles, Paris, 1898. Artist: Alphonse Mucha.

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Modern House, Paris, 1901. Artist: Manuel Orazi.

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Exposition hygiene. Milano, 1900. Artist: Adolfo Hohenstein.

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Déesse bicycle, Paris, c1890. Artist: Jean de Paleologue.

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Nestlé's food for infants, Paris, 1897. Artist: Alphonse Mucha.

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Rayon d'Or light fixture, Paris, 1895. Artist: Jean de Paleologue.

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The Geisha from Daly's Theatre London, Belfast, 1895. Artist unknown.

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Cigarrillos Paris, 1901. Artist: Aleardo Villa.

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giovedì 21 novembre 2013
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Marvel at a Museum Dedicated to One of Comics' Greatest Artists

JACK KIRBY MUSEUM

Captain America, the Hulk, Fantastic Four... If you read superhero comics, you've probably liked a character created or co-created by Jack Kirby. He made the battles of superheroes like Thor feel larger than life but he also grew up fighting in the streets of New York City's gritty Lower East Side neighborhood. And he made an awesome, rarely-seen comic about it.
Last week, a pop-up museum honoring Kirby showed off some of the legendary artist's work just a few blocks away from where he grew up. Being a big Kirby fan, I went over to the Kirby Pop-Up Museum to see the blown-up artwork on display and talk to organizer Randolph Hoppe about Kirby's life.
mercoledì 13 novembre 2013
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Hanuman

Hanuman: Listening to "Hanuman" by Tapas Relia on Dhingana!
sabato 2 novembre 2013
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inspiration


giovedì 24 ottobre 2013
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blob


domenica 20 ottobre 2013
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S by LAIBACH


Read full review of S - LAIBACH on Boomkat.com ©
lunedì 14 ottobre 2013
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Little People

Twenty-five covers for the 1930s Spanish publication Gente Menuda by Francisco López Rubio (1895–1965) and others

From the collection of Museo ABC in Madrid and with great thanks to curator Felipe Hernández Cava and my friend Alfonso Melendez


Gente Menuda, 1933, cover by Lopez Rubio



These covers come from two exhibits curated by Felipe Hernández Cava for Museo ABC: one on Gente Menuda, the other on Francisco López Rubio.

Gente Menuda first appeared in 1904 as a children's supplement of Blanco y Negro. Its heyday and real popularity occurred from 1932 up until the Spanish Civil War. Some of the artists involved were Salvador Bartolozzi, Piti Bartolozzi, Masberger, Ramírez, Tauler, Tono, Viera Sparza, K-Hito, Barbero, Alonso, A.T.C., Hidalgo de Caviedes, Climent, Serny, Mihura, and Hortelano.

Curator Felipe Hernández Cava is also one of Spain's best comic strip writers, starting out in the El Cubri collective.

Much gratitude to the ABC Museum staff for sending the two catalogs.

Alfonso Melendez, who introduced me to this world of illustration, shows a lot of his own work and the work of his brother, illustrator Francisco Melendez, on his Facebook page.


Gente Menuda, 1933, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1934, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1932, cover by Felix Alonso






Gente Menuda, 1935, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1936, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1936, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1932, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1932, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1933, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1933, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1934, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1934, cover by Lopez Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1932, cover by A.T.C. (Angeles Torner Cervera)






Gente Menuda, 1932, cover by A.T.C. (Angeles Torner Cervera)






Gente Menuda, 1931, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1934, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1934, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1934, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1935, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1936, cover by López Rubio






Gente Menuda, 1934, cover by Lopez Rubio




Sometimes familiar-looking characters make guest appearances:



Gente Menuda, 1936, cover by López Rubio





Gente Menuda, 1933, cover by López Rubio





Gente Menuda, 1936, cover by López Rubio

sabato 12 ottobre 2013
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