The one and only Alex Colville. An exhibit at the AGO I am sure to visit, and am proud to say my good friend Penelope Smart worked on. He’s a legend.
addendum to previous post
Part 1 of a series on Soseki’s Kokoro. Click through for more!
You can get this print by backing the Kickstarter campaign to reprint Johnny’s WWII-era adventures. It’s a companion to my Brok Windsor print. Back both campaigns, get both prints!
Look at these goofballs! From the same Flickr owner of the bathing suit set I blogged earlier, there are lots of photos to go through. And who doesn’t like old-time fun? Check out more!
THE NEW DARK ARTS TEACHER.
A “Persons of Interest” drawing. You can get your own here. Short version is I’ll draw any famous/widely recognizable figure, fictional or historical or just popular, just once. So for instance, I won’t draw Severus Snape again. Especially not since I NAILED this one.
What a great Snape! Dustin’s art gets better and better at an astonishing pace. He’s a dedicated man we can all learn from.
La Commune (Paris, 1871) Another Peter Watkins for you. I had to turn the english captions on, FYI. From Rotten Tomatoes:
Noted filmmaker and media critic Peter Watkins directs this mammoth six-hour-long look at the legendary Paris Commune of 1871. Following the humiliating defeat of France in the Franco-Prussian War, the reign of Napoleon III collapsed in the resulting public foment. While a new regime headed under the Government of National Defense tried to shore up power, a band of commoners took the reigns of power for themselves and created the Paris Commune, a government defiantly separate from the state operating under a sort of proto-Marxist ethos. Inevitably, the Commune was brutally suppressed by French troops. Watkins’ treatment of the event juxtaposes the present with the past — modern day CNN-style reporting with historical fact.
Sunday Night Ghost Stories
Beach time! Click through for old timey summer.
A+ use of props. Sit in the bucket!