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Revisit: Love Intestinal-Style: “Andy Warhol’s Frankenstein” (1974)

“Andy Warhol’s Frankenstein”  (1974)

(Originally posted on April 18, 2013)

   Filmed immediately prior to “Andy Warhol’s Dracula”, more popularly known as “Blood For Dracula”, Paul Morrissey’s… 2,206 more words


Bach in the Rainforest

A fierce desire that laughs and cries.

-Aria from Bachianas Brasileiras No. 5

As the title suggests, Heitor Villa-Lobos’s 9 suites for a variety of instruments and voices, marries the baroque master’s counterpoint with traditional Brazilian folk songs. 97 more words

Sleeve Art

Midnight Cowboy, a film directed by John Schlesinger, 1969; Drama

Ahhh…New York City. I once had dreams of living there, dreams of acting on a Broadway stage. When I heard Sinatra sing, “If I can make it there, I’ll make it anywhere,” I would get chills. 1,406 more words


Andy Warhol #4

Andy Warhol walks on water
Andy climbs a ladder to the cumulus cave.

The blue:
the color of his jeans,
the color of his eyes, 166 more words


night-time ecstasy

The lake was hidden in the middle of a secret cherry grove. For thousand years its face silent; its beauty unknown; its deep desires unspoken. One night a magic breeze blew above its waters. 8 more words


In Memory: Art Paul “took ordinary pictures and... made the magazine innovative and interesting”

”Art took ordinary pictures and, through inventive design and the addition of illustrative details, made the magazine and its covers innovative and interesting.”

– Hugh Hefner, publisher, editor, business figure, regarding Playboy magazine’s art director and chief illustrator Art Paul (1925-2018)

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Goodbye In 2018

The Portrait Series: Marilyn Monroe

Marilyn Monroe 1954 Willem de Kooning

Marilyn Monroe 1967 Andy Warhol

Comparing portraits of notable figures may not only give us an insight into the appearance of these figures, although in some cases that is not necessary, but also perhaps provide an insight into the personal as well as public image. 392 more words