July 2010

Monday 07/26/2010

Art Links For 07/26/2010

Ma Yanling (LDX) and Ma Yanling (Front Line)
From the Front Line Gallery description: "Ma Yanling is a conceptual artist who uses painting, photography and performance to explore a variety of themes."  She's very creative and multi- talented too.  I also included a picture of the beautiful Chinese actress Hu Die (Butterfly) from Wikimedia Commons.


Hu Die (Butterfly) (2008)


Hu Die (1946)


Tiananmen Square, No. 02, from the series Gun (2005)

Mitsuru Watanabe
New 2010 paintings.  Naoko has her way with Bosch.


Naoko, exploring purgatory (2010)

Jungle Woman Posters (1944, USA)
Who does she remind you of?

The Calendar Girls
I love pinups!  Nice big scans too.

Zhou Yanjun
Nice Buddha.


Glorification No.2 (2008)

The Batik Guild via Scout Report
"The art of decorating cloth in this way, using wax and dye, has been practised for centuries. In Java, Indonesia, batik is part of an ancient tradition, and some of the finest batik cloth in the world is still made there. The word batik originates from the Javanese tik and means to dot."


Autumn by Marina Elphick

Chemistry Sets via Everlasting Blort


Chemistry Lab

Hispanic Batman


Hispanic Batman Parody Comic Cover

The Japanese Tradition – Apologizing


Shazai 

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Music Video Links For 07/26/2010

Mulatu Astatke - Yegelle Tezeta (1974)
I love this Ethiopian jazz sound.

 
Mulatu Astatke

Pharoah Sanders - You Got To Have Freedom
Indeed...


Pharoah Sanders

Fela Kuti - Water No Get Enemy (1975)
The King of Afrobeat.


Fela Kuti

Motor City Drum Ensemble - Raw Cuts #6 via Motel de Moka
Great stuff.


 Motor City Drum Ensemble

Suzanne Vega - Small Blue Thing


Suzanne Vega 

Zazie - Zen


Zazie 

Zoot Woman - We Won't Break via Motel de Moka


Zoot Woman

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Monday 07/19/2010 

Art Links For 07/19/2010

Sunset Magazine Covers
Sunset magazine which was originally published in San Francisco is now over 100 years old. There are more covers here.


Sequoia National Park

Variorum of Classic Tracts and Pamphlets
This is an interesting and somewhat odd set.


Kissing Manual


The Capitalist Pyramid

William Fulton Soare (1896 – 1940)
I love the Egyptian Dancer.


Egyptian Dancer

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Music Video Links For 07/19/2010

John Lee Hooker - Boogie Chillen
This is a great and more recent electric version of his classic blues song that I had not heard before.


John Lee Hooker 

Mulatu Astatke - Mulatu
Great Ethiopian Jazz!


 Mulatu Astatke

Bama The Family - Feeling Good
Afrobeat-like sound.


Bama The Family

Dengue Fever - Ethanopium
This group mixes Cambodia pop with psychedelic music to create a great earthy and surfy sound.  I need to get a copy of their first CD - Denque Fever.  Woot!


 Dengue Fever

The Bamboos - The Witch via SFMOMA Blog
Play that funky music - Aussie Boy!


The Bamboos 

Cabaret Voltaire - Sensoria
They were ahead of their times.


Cabaret Voltaire

Sun Kil Moon - Heron Blue (Music used in Gears of War 3 Trailer) (HD)
Great band!


Sun Kil Moon

Shai No Shai - Sweet Scented Fantasy
Nice sound with Middle Eastern spices.


 Shai No Shai

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Monday 07/12/2010 

Art Links For 07/12/2010

Aya Takano
These are new Superflat works from one of my favorite living artists - Aya Takano.


Funny Faces (2010)


A Very Good Room (2010)

Umberto Boccioni
This is a beautiful painting from 1912.  I love the colors and theme.


Simultaneous Visions (1911/12)

Gita Smite via Cgunit


Emiliga

Mark Twain’s Unexpurgated Autobiography
This is the first of a three volume set of Twain's autobiography, which includes many of Twain's observations that were filtered out in early editions.  I definitely plan to read all of them.  Twain is one of heroes.

Twain’s opposition to incipient imperialism and American military intervention in Cuba and the Philippines, for example, were well known even in his own time. But the uncensored autobiography makes it clear that those feelings ran very deep and includes remarks that, if made today in the context of Iraq or Afghanistan, would probably lead the right wing to question the patriotism of this most American of American writers.


Mark Twain

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Music Video Links For 07/12/2010

Edith Piaf - La Vie En Rose
Beautiful...


Edith Piaf

Sun Ra in Egypt and Italy via SFMOMA Blog


Sun Ra

Dusty Springfield - Spooky via Motel de Moka
Here is a better recording from the album/CD.


Dusty Springfield

Cloud Nine By Mongo Santamaria


Mongo Santamaria

Whitefield Brothers - NTU/Safari Strut via SFMOMA Blog
This is a great video.  I wonder where they found it.


Whitefield Brothers

France Gall - Ella, Elle L'a
Another beautiful French song.

 
France Gall

Alizee - Moi Lolita
Such a Cutie...


Alizee

Paris Combo - Senor via Motel de Moka

 
Paris Combo

Lily Allen - Everybody's Changing
I love Lily Allen.


Lily Allen

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Monday 07/05/2010 

Art Links For 07/05/2010

Firecracker Labels and Flickr: Firecracker Labels
Great eye candy for the 4th.


Asoka


Jolly

High Resolution Detail of Botticelli's Venus
This is an amazing detailed image of Botticelli's masterpiece.


Birth of Venus

High Resolution Detail of Tizian's Venus
Tizian's Venus is not chopped liver either.


Venus of Urbino

Mari Inukai via Cgunit
Cute, no?


Tonight Is The Night

Molly Crabapple
These are cute too.


Untitled

Art Influenced By Hokusai's Great Wave via Everlasting Blort
Hokusai's Great Wave off Kanagawa is one of the greatest masterpieces of all time, and it continues to inspire.


Miki Mono - The Great Wave

Colourful Indian Popular Art
I found the image below looking for firecracker images.  I love the colors.

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Music Video Links For 07/05/2010

Dust My Broom - Elmore James
The King of the Slide Guitar.


Elmore James 

Mongo Santamaria - Afro Blue
You might have heard this Cuban jazz classic by John Coltrane.  Sublime.


Mongo Santamaría 

James Brown - Cold Sweat (Live 1968)
I always like early James Brown a great funky sound. 


James Brown

George Harrison - Here Comes the Sun (Live 1972)
This is one of my favorite songs by the Beatles.


George Harrison

Eli et Papillon - Une Chanson Pour Tout Dire via Motel de Moka
I love the sound of a woman singing in French.  I need to learn that language...


 Eli et Papillon

Holly Golightly - There's an End via Motel de Moka
She's great!


 Holly Golightly

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