Vlad The Impaler – Artist Unknown

Do you remember 'Ghostbusters 2'?  You know the one where a picture tries to get a museum worker to steal a baby so that it can put its spirit in it.  Under the streets of New York there is a river of reactive slime and the statue of liberty is brought to life?  Do you... Continue Reading →

Tiangou – David DePasquale

Guònián hǎo or pass the New Year well as they say in China.  Today is the passing of the Chinese New Year, so I thought I would pay a tribute to their celebrations. It's the year of the Dog, so David DePasquale's picture of Tiangou is a perfect representation for this post.  The legend of... Continue Reading →

St. Valentine…

Today is the day when hallmark are rubbing their hands together as people everywhere exchange cards, declaring that today they love each other more than any other day of the year, but actually the really St. Valentine is a far stretch from the patron saint of love that you might believe that he is. I... Continue Reading →

Green Eyed Horns – Travis Louie

There is an Arab proverb that says "Love sees sharply, hatred sees even more sharp, but Jealousy sees the sharpest for it is love and hate at the same time".  When I saw this painting on my travels, it brought this quote to mind. Travis Louie is a painter, who has developed another world which... Continue Reading →

St. Jerome in his study – Albrecht Dürer

I quite like going to visit my friends curiosity shop. It is filled with all things macabre and fascinating. While I was there this weekend, I heard a gentleman talking about this picture, so I decided to investigate and share it. The man was quite taken with the skull and the lion in this piece...... Continue Reading →

Red on Maroon – Mark Rothko

I usually write about things that I like, or that have inspired me.  Today I thought I would give you an artist which I recently said I didn't like when I wrote about "The Blacker Gachet" simply because if you haven't heard of Rothko, you wouldn't know what I was talking about or why I... Continue Reading →

Film – Lost Highway

If you have ever watched 'Twin Peaks' the original or the revival, you will know that David Lynch as a certain style which can leave his viewers completely bemused.  Granted he has a unique artistic style which elevates his films to cult classics, but he also likes to present his audiences with an almost unsolvable... Continue Reading →

The Flowers of Evil – Thomas Theodore Heine

I have really enjoyed the gauntlets which some people have thrown down for me, but you can always guarantee that someone will throw something your way that makes the cogs tick more than most.  I can thank Artschaft for throwing this head scratcher at me. Heine was a german artist, born in 1867.   He was a... Continue Reading →

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