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Source picture for Progressive Piano

A very attentive record collector and eBay seller made a great discovery last week. The cover picture on the LP Jan August Plays Songs To Remember… 212 more words

Andy Warhol

The Passion of Andy Warhol

His corset resembles a pair of tighty-whities
pulled too high. His belt is undone, his fly
is down. His white dress shirt has been
peeled back, revealing nearly his whole chest, 62 more words



and his Crossover exhibition

at Studio Guastalla,  Milano, February 2017

My country is considered the cradle of the arts. It was not common sense that such a rich humus had been softened and nourished by vagrants stumbling on a long boot lapped by the waves, coming from Mediterranean countries and others far away. 1,191 more words

From Afar

Dissonance in Art

Create a piece of art that forces the viewer to
S T O P and T H I N K.
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The Art Junket

Calvin Klein Spring/Summer 2017

Calvin Klein by Raf Simons Spring/Summer 2017  “American Classics” campaign, shot by Willy Vanderperre and styled by Olivier Rizzo.


The Sound Of Dissonance—A Guide To No Wave

By Helena Najm, featured photo via tn2 Magazine

Imagine new wave in your head: the structured clothes, the textured music, the succinct pop of a drum as the vibration runs through your body, and connects instantly with your hips. 900 more words


#FanFilmFriday: Batman Dracula by Andy Warhol

Batman Dracula is a 1964 film produced and directed by famed pop artist Andy Warhol. It was essentially Warhol’s fan film; he created it as an “homage” to the Batman series. 150 more words

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