Who knows what possessed someone to make this collection? More importantly, who cares? Without further ado, here is Canadian crooner Michael Bublé being pursued by a
very crafty carnivore.
In honor of its 75th Anniversary, 20th Century Fox will be releasing some of its most cherished works in special edition Blu-ray and DVD through out the year. With the purchase of said editions, you can redeem an offer for one of their gorgeous poster designs that feature a classic Fox movie scene on top of the iconic Art Deco 20th Century Fox logo.
The eight posters celebrate such beloved favorites as Aliens, Walk the Line, The Day the Earth Stood Still, Gentlemen Prefer Blondes, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, Patton, and….Ice Age. OK, so maybe that last one wasn’t too prestigious, but people must like it since the franchise had made billions worldwide.
You can see all of the stunning artwork here.
Lapham’s Quarterly shows how artists of all stripes reside pretty far down the wages totem pole. Great writers from the past like T.S. Eliot and William Faulkner would likely be double-timing as Starbucks baristas or selling paint at Home Depot in this day and age to pursue their craft. Just goes to show the vast lot of the artistic set is about as far removed from the Wall Street baron class as one can get. After you take a gander at the chart below, head on over to Lapham’s to check out their full Spring 2010 edition.
[via Lapham’s Quarterly]
Released this week was the cover art for MGMT’s Congratulations, and I must agree: someone’s got a thing for Sonic the Hedgehog.
After listening to the band’s first album, Oracular Spectacular, it kind of makes sense. Every track came across as a teenaged identity crisis, where the cool kid who got all the girls could never shake the inner dork in love with his Sega Genesis.
Thankfully, the dork won out. Let’s hope for the same on this second effort.
The new title track live…
An interview with the band from QTV…
There’s an intriguing Haiti benefit coming up this Thursday in Los Angeles centered around PopMatters #1 film of 2009, Inglourious Basterds. Quentin Tarantino and the Weinstein Company are partnering with Upper Playground to present “The Lost Art of Inglourious Basterds” from 6:00-9:00pm. Artists were commissioned to create 13 limited edition posters that will be signed by the director and sold for Haiti relief. Only six reproductions of each poster will be made, so these will be highly collectible indeed.
The gallery will be open to the general public from 6p – 9p on Thursday February 18th, 2010 at Upper Playground Los Angeles located at 125 East 6th Street in Downtown LA. The installation will remain up for four (4) weeks. Attendees will have the opportunity to purchase the limited edition prints for $300. The prints are only available for purchase at Upper Playground, Los Angeles. Phone orders and web orders will not be accepted. Prints will be sold on a first come, first serve basis. The purchase of prints will be limited to one per buyer.