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October 31, 2015

Blog Archives

Aleatory Accumulation Anti/Ghazals III-I and III-II

Literature, Poetry

Talking Okinawa Blues

The world turns upside down when an eccentric inventor discovers a way to teach animals how to speak.

Fiction, Literature

The Zouch Pamphlet, Uncategorized

Mr.Mead’s Anthropomorphism At Play

Beyond these rad card designs Mr.Mead is quite a prolific artist. Here’s the story behind his inspirations:

Art, Art Shouts

Letter From An Angry Man: Dear PETA,

I’m writing this letter on behalf of all the people in the world who eat meat, (tasty, tasty meat), and are sick of you trying to make us feel guilty.

Commentary, Culture

Marc Adornato: An Artist Repurposed in Canada

Thus was the beginning to my whirlwind introduction to the ravishing splendor of Marc Adornato, Canada’s newest sensation.

Art, Artists, Interviews
In The Veins of Amy Guidry

In The Veins of Amy Guidry

Amy Guidry is an American artist from Lafayette, Louisiana. She grew up in Slidell and her work has been exhibited in galleries and museums nationwide.

Artists, Interviews

Naturayarte’s Layers of Natural Beauty

The works below are called Naturayarte by Spanish artist Lorenzo Durán. They showcase layers of beauty. The original layer crafted by Mother Nature, juxtoposed with...

Art, Art Shouts

Art Shots: The Paper Graveyard by Herbert Pfostl

Herbert Pfostl (b.1968) is an Austrian artist. He is a self-described painter of animals, plants and saints.

Art, Art Shouts
Mohamed Kahouadji shows at Brick Lane Gallery in London England

Mohamed Kahouadji Goes BOOM At The Brick Lane Gallery

Mohamed Kahouadji will be featured in Boom, a new exhibition at London's Brick Lane Gallery. The French artist's style was described by journalist Frederic Charles Baitinger as...

Art, Art Shouts

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