Yesterday, 2 kids were watching me and giggled while I'm on my way to the office. Just today, I knew the reason for their amusement. I unknowingly passed by this street graffiti. (Bald guy passing.) -Pestimo (photo by Pestimo, Cebu City)
Destino is a short animated cartoon released in 2003 by The Walt Disney Company. Destino is unique in that its production originally began in 1945, 58 years before its eventual completion. The project was a collaboration between American animator Walt Disney and Spanish painter Salvador Dalí, and features music written by Mexican songwriter Armando Dominguez.
This video was part of my Bachelor thesis at the University of Applied science and art Hannover. The Super Mario Bros. game, released on the Nintendo Entertainment System, is not longer bound to the television size and get interactive with a new environment. The emphasis of my thesis is on the matchmoving work. It is the process of matching CG elements into live-action footage. -Andreas Heikaus
( THE FRANK PRINCE) CHAOS AND COLOR This is the place where nightmares and princesses dance together. In Nemo Aguila’s first one-man exhibition MANSTERS AND PHONY TALES, he decides to delve insidethe play zone of his own unconscious, drawing out colorful creatures that have influenced both his pastand present life as an artist, and more importantly, as a child. Or if you look at them, perhaps, an amusing combination of both. Within his recent collection of works, the artist transforms characters encountered during his childhood into gruesome things that grew an extra pair of eyes or sharpened teeth, images which are much closer to the graffiti characters that he had been painting and marking on walls for years now. Nemo comicallydescribes them as “Snow White meets Freddie Krueger” or “Batibot gone wrong” instances. This may bea simple symbolism for the bridging of two timelines in his life, of innocence and the slow destructionof it, and basically the realization that as
NEW YORK---The late Keith Haring painted this mural at a bathroom in the LGBT Center a year before his death from AIDS in 1990. In celebration of his 53rd birthday last May 4, an exhibit was opened at Gladstone Gallery to showcase his previously unseen works on paper. Sourced from Networked Blogs and According to G
SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA--An unknown tagger wrote a revenge note and figures of cocks on a wall in Camperdown which was previously graced with art by known Australian graffiti artists Teazer, Numskull and Roach. The note may be directed to whomever painted over (with plain beige paint) the works of the latter. via Laughing Squid and The Opening Hours