Archive for 2010

U.S. TELLS IRANIAN ART ‘WE’RE JUST NOT THAT INTO YOU’ The first ever US sale of Iranian contemporary art was held in New York last month, but met with a lukewarm response. Despite the world’s largest Iranian expatriate community, the US market for contemporary Iranian art “is still in its infancy”, said Rizvi-Khursheed, particularly in [...]

The opening scene plays out visually through the eyes of ‘something’ being born. Stuck in a womb, it cannot come out by itself and it is slipping in and out of consciousness. Through this vision, we experience what it would be like if we were aware of our birth and I give props to director [...]

One word describes Jacob’s Magraw’s work. Brilliant!  Fantastical expression in color grabs your eyeballs and do not let go.

Short film titled “Momentos’ written and directed by Nuno Rocha for LG Portugal. Powerful stuff! If your not moved by this, you must be a statue.

This week’s Friday Food Links is a potluck hodge-podge of recipes, ranging from seafood, chicken, soups, risotto, and some cocktail concoctions for you to try out, along with some interesting links. We search for yummy food links and recipes, so you don’t have to. COOKING & SCIENCE: HOW TO MAKE ROCK CANDY

With the True Blood Season 3 premiere right around the corner (June 13th baby), we thought it perfect time to highlight our 20 favorite True Blood Fan artworks. For the most part, artists tend to draw the three main characters, Sookie, Bill and Eric. AnimAEterna

Three months ago we did a story on illustrator Matt Kish and his project titled ‘One Day For Every Page of Moby Dick’, drawing one piece everyday until completion. He is currently just about half way through, with roughly 285 more pages to go.  Today being his birthday, he is allowed to take the day [...]

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