THE ART OF JONATHAN MCCABE


How cool is that! Jonathan McCabe creates these amazing psychedelic movies by using his own software. More can be found here!

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THE ART OF STEVEN ARNOLD

Imagine this in color – must have looked magical!
Steven Arnold (1943–1994) was a California-based multi-media artist, spiritualist, gender bender, and protegee of Salvador Dali. His work consisted of drawings, paintings, rock and film poster art, makeup design, costume design, set design, photography, and film.” Images via

THANK YOU ZDENĚK MILLER

I grew up with his films. When I was seven years old my mommy allowed me to see his movies in the cinema every Saturday. I remember exactly how excited I was to go there by myself. And I remember this cute litlle turquoise handbag I slung over my shoulder – a small purse inside with a single coin. I felt so big! I still love his movies they are my biggest inspiration! Thank you so much, Zdeněk, for this wonderful little mole creature in a magnificent world! Zdeněk Miller died yesterday and I’m really sad!

GLASS CANDY

Love this video and the music!
DISCO!

TOM TOM CLUB

Found this incredible video last week! I love this eighties-style of illustration!
“Tom Tom Club is an American new wave band founded in 1981 by husband-and-wife team Tina Weymouth and Chris Frantz, both also known for being bandmembers of Talking Heads.”

THE ART OF FRED BUTLER

 

Love this video and Fred‘s work!

THE ART OF LEN LYE


This is some inspiration especially for you Mrs. Kary.
“Len Lye, born Leonard Charles Huia Lye (5 July 1901, Christchurch, New Zealand – 15 May 1980, Warwick, New York), was a New Zealand-born artist known primarily for his experimental films and kinetic sculpture. His films are held in archives such as the New Zealand Film Archive, British Film Institute, Museum of Modern Art in New York City, and the Pacific Film Archive at University of California, Berkeley. Lye’s sculptures are found in the collections of the Whitney Museum of American Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Albright-Knox Art Gallery and the Berkeley Art Museum. Although he became a naturalized citizen of the United States in 1950, much of his work went to New Zealand after his death, where it is housed at the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery in New Plymouth.”