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Ridiculously Cute Tiger Cubs Try To Master The Art Of Walking

2 hours agoNews : Huffington Post

It's hard to believe that these cuddly looking cubs will one day become fearsome tigers. The delightful duo are extremely wobbly on their feet as they take their first steps, online video from China's state-run CCTV News shows. But the...Show More Summary

It’s been 8 months and Trevor Noah’s ‘Daily Show’ still sucks

16 hours agoNews : The Raw Story

Just a few months after Trevor Noah took over the “Daily Show,” it didn’t take long to see what was wrong with Noah’s interpretation of the show. I took down the fact that Noah can’t seem to master the fine art of slapstick, physical comedy, clever silliness in...

Great Job, Internet!: This stop-motion video is a Phish-themed stew of pop-culture references

Some fans of the jam band Phish like to show their dedication to the group by listing how many times they’re seen the band live. For guitarist and filmmaker Nick Setteducato, fandom is a spur to make art of his own. For the past twoShow More Summary

Arts and Crafts at the RHS Chelsea Show 2016

The artists - painters, printmakers, carvers, sculptors etc - exhibiting at Chelsea this week - in THE show in the Royal Horticultural Society's calendar are detailed below. Various fairs - besides... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]

37 Breathtaking Color Photographs of the American South Taken by William Eggleston in the Late 1960s and Early 1970s

Until the 1970s, color photography was considered inappropriate for the artwork. Only black and white photographs met the standards of art critics. But then came William Eggleston and showed that color images can have a place in modern art. Show More Summary

How to Create a Dory-Inspired Photo Manipulation in Adobe Photoshop

What You'll Be Creating To celebrate Finding Dory, the upcoming sequel to the classic Finding Nemo, I'll show you how to create realistic fan art easily in Adobe Photoshop. Inspired by the movie, learn how to use photo manipulation and digital painting techniques to make any character come alive. Show More Summary

Artist Cindy Sherman Embodies 1920s Film Beauties In New Photos

After years of grand retrospective exhibitions that have celebrated her long and fruitful artistic career, photographer Cindy Sherman has a show up that features something art buffs have long anticipated: new work. Sherman's new photographs, on display at Metro Pictures' galleries in New York City, will please devotees of the artist. Show More Summary

Monday MADness- Big Bang Theory!

Back in MAD #503 (May 2010) I did the art on a Desmond Devlin authored parody of the TV Show “The Big Bang Theory”… finished splash page above. As you can see, the splash was somewhat atypical of your usual MAD parody opening. Des had...Show More Summary

Cosima von Bonin – ‘Who’s Exploiting Who in the Deep Sea’ at the Gallery of Modern Art Glasgow

The ‘Who’s Exploiting Who in the Deep Sea’ installation in the Main Hall at Gallery of Modern Art in Glasgow is on show until 7 August 2016. As soon as you enter there’s a large birdlike soft toy, which reminded me of Buzby, the star of British Telecom’s TV ads in the 1980s, sitting astride […]

A library music fit for our times

Library music is the functional art par excellence, a utilitarian backdrop for other media – TV, adverts, radio shows – to do their thing. It should be flourishing in our hyper-mediated, information-rich, marketing-infested age, but it sadly isn’t. When we think of contemporary library music, almost only bad things come to mind: the faux gamelan […]

Virginia Arts Commission Members Threaten To Defund Museum Over ‘Anti-Christian’ Works

“The offending works are the pop-surrealist artist [Mark Rylan]’s ‘Fountain’ (2003) and ‘Rosie’s Tea Party’ (2005), which both show young, doll-like girls in unsettling scenes: In the former, a figure cradles her own head as blood springs from her neck; in the latter, a girl is surrounded by an assortment of meats and slicing a […]

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Mudcrutch: In the May 15 Arts & Books section, an article about Tom Petty and Mudcrutch said that the band's fundraiser shows at Cal State Northridge on May 23 and 24 would benefit university radio station KCSN-FM (88.5). The shows will benefit the Midnight Mission. Additionally, band member Tom...

This Week In Trailers: King Jack, The Blackout Experiments, Versus: The Life and Films of Ken Loach, For All Eyes Always, Living on Soul: A Daptone Records Film

Trailers are an under-appreciated art form insofar that many times they’re seen as vehicles for showing footage, explaining films away, or showing their hand about what moviegoers can expect. Foreign, domestic, independent, big budget:...Show More Summary

A Rave-Inspired Art Project Is Breaking Down Gender at a North Carolina Music Festival

Body Scrub, Gender, an installation at Moogfest, shows that gender is not binary—it’s a floating point number.

Regarding The Art And High Style Of Mr. David, Couturier To The Drag Stars

In his longtime muse Juanita More, Mr. David has found over two decades of inspiration, and it had never been distilled into a runway show until last week. [ more › ]

Virginia Arts Commissioners Threaten to Defund Museum Over “Anti-Christian” Paintings

3 days agoArts : Hyperallergic

Members of a Virginia arts commission are calling a pair of Mark Ryden paintings blasphemous and threatening to slash funding for the Virginia Museum of Contemporary Art for including them in a forthcoming show.

VIDEO: See How Much Nail Trends Have Changed In The Past 100 Years

3 days agoLifestyle / Fashion : SheFinds

Nail art is everywhere these days, but you might be surprised by when this trend actually started. Mode’s latest video in its 100 Years of Fashion series shows how much nail styles have changed over the past 100-plus years. It’s pretty dope to see how far we’ve come from the short, bare nails of the […]

Beyoncé and ‘Lemonade’: vision and art confront media clichés

3 days agoNews : The Raw Story

WASHINGTON, May 20, 2016 – Back in February, Beyoncé dropped the song “Formation” on an unsuspecting public. She then followed it up with a politically charged Super Bowl halftime show performance that became something of a cultural touchstone. It was known, of course, that the artist...

Jarvis Cocker – “Theme From Likely Stories“

New Jarvis Cocker music has been sparse since his 2009 solo sophomore album Further Complications — though he did contribute a track to Beck’s Song Reader, create some fake hit records for an art show, and share a song in response to the Paris terror attacks — but the Pulp frontman has written new songs […]

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