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French Artist Chrisophe Serrano's New Art Combines Supermodels With Superheroes & Villians

Anther post featuring fashion, art, and comics! Artist Chrisophe Serrano from Toulon, France has posted new set of photos showcasing supermodels channeling superheroes and super villains. 34 more words


Schindler's List-Film Review

Steven Spielberg has made many phenomenal films, but “Schindler’s List” is his flawless masterpiece. It is a harsh and dramatic film about the Holocaust, and one man who is trying to save the Jews. 415 more words


Daily Film Beauty: The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance

The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance: William H. Clothier (cinematographer) & John Ford (director). 12 more words


Visual Architecture: the Art of Layering

The visual complexity of successful motion picture work––particularly high-concept imagery––can be challenging to deconstruct, even for those of us who do it for a living. As the audience we know viscerally when a piece works, but it’s often difficult to understand what elements came together to create this effect, or even how the artists conceived such complexity to start with. 482 more words


Birdman is an all-too-rare film actually worthy of the title "masterpiece."

After you see the penultimate Hunger Games installment, whether because you want to or because society implores you to, go see Birdman. After you drop the kids off with grandma on a… 1,000 more words

Movie Review


Hey Everyone!

I wanted to start off this blog with a bit of an introduction. My name is Kimberly Drew and I am the owner/founder of Kimberly Drew Productions. 222 more words