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The Art of Goni Montes

15, Feb 2011

Born in Ponce, Puerto Rico, (where he lived most of his life) Goñi Montes attended the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez and acquiring a BA in Fine Arts. He began working as a scientific illustrator for the Puerto Rico Sea Grant. To pursue a career in editorial work he I moved to Atlanta, GA [...]

B Movie Camp at It’s Best – John Carpenter’s Vampires: Los Muertos Released in 2002, directed by Tommy Lee Wallace, John Carpenter’s Vampires: Los Muertos feels like it was actually released in the late 80’s. Dated looking and cheesy in effects, this vampire flick stars Jon Bon Jovi as Derek Bliss, a vampire hunter for hire. After [...]

If you haven’t seen Exit Through the Gift Shop, the story of how an eccentric French amateur film maker Thierry Guetta attempted to locate and befriend Banksy, here’s your chance to learn more about the famed urban graffiti artist in this short film ‘B Movie – Exit Through the Gift Shop’. UPDATE: Seems this video has been removed. [...]

Watching the process of these poured paintings is half the fun of admiring them. Truly amazing! We want to try this at home! These are painting by Holten Rower.

The short film from Indiemachines ‘Hard Boiled’ tells the tale of a tech-savvy detective who takes a cold case into his own hands, utilizing Foursquare and other social media sites to help him figure out a crime — and how a jilted wife can use technology to her own advantage.

Usually toothpaste gives you that minty fresh feeling, but for those who rather have their teeth sweetened (which defeats the purpose but hey, to each their own), you can get that just-finished-eating-a-mouthful-of-cake-feeling with Cupcake Toothpaste. A novelty item that goes hand in hand with the current cupcake eating phase. You can also go in the [...]

Matthew Weinstein’s Piggy Bank sculpture is bronze casted and hand painted and is based on Pigs from animated piece, ‘The Childhood of Bertolt Brecht.’ It was first shown at Nolan Judin Gallery, Berlin, Germany, June 2010. A humorous charactature of a childhood money saving fixture. View more sculpture works on Matthew Weinstein’s website.


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