“growth” a graphite drawing by miles johnson
The Flautist by Remedios Varo, 1955. Oil on canvas.
indiana jones and the idol as rene magritte’s the son of man
working class superheroes
This amazing series of pictures comes from photographer Dulce Pinzon, who explained the concept of her project:
”The Real Story of the superheroes” reintroduce[s] the Mexican immigrant in New York in a satirical documentary style featuring ordinary men and women in their work environment donning superhero garb, thus raising questions of both our definition of heroism and our ignorance of and indifference to the workforce that fuels our ever-consuming economy.
Original cover by Bruce Timm
r.k. blast covers batman adventures: mad love 1
more covers covered here
“nos fiere quod seminat (we become what is sown)” / 2011 by stacy ransom and jason mitchell
virgin mary statues remixed into cultural icons
others include superman, hello kitty, my little pony, sailor moon, obi wan kenobi, and more here
After the Water, the Clouds by René Magritte, 1926. Oil on canvas, 120 x 80 cm.
After the water, the
clouds. After clouds
the telephone. Then
the hope that
someone will hear it
ring. After the answer
the question. Who
picked the flowers?1
Upgraded Childhood of the Day: Artist Yayoi Kusama made a whole bunch of dreams come true for kids in Australia by letting them run wild with stickers inside her “domestic installation” at the Gallery of Modern Art in Brisbane.
Last month, the museum’s youngest visitors were invited to give Kusama’s white space a colorful makeover, and they happily obliged.
A few more photos here.