© 2014 Michale Leibow - Basketball Court at the End of the Universe. San Pedro, CA.,
Rare poster by underground cartoonist, Jay Lynch, for the Fifth Annual Seminar of Film Techniques which was held at Chicago’s Loyola University in 1968.
Beppe Giacobbe (b. 1953, Milan, Italy) - 1: Collective Psychosis 2: Homophobia 3: Unknown Title 4: Brain Care 5: Escape Of Brains 6: Stroke 7: The End Of History 8: Unknown Title
(Source: beppegiacobbe.com, via annaeder)
Alphonse Mucha (1860-1939), ‘Le Pater’ Part I
Among Alphonse Mucha’s greatest achievements in his mature years were his seven pictures from the Lord’s Prayer, known as the “Pater Noster” or “Le Pater.”
He created a separate image for each line of the prayer. Above are the images for “Thy kingdom come,” and “Forgive us our trespasses as we forgive those who trespass against us.”
Mucha visualized the familiar prayer as a universal expression of humankind’s relationship with the divine, mixing traditional Catholic devotion with an Asiatic-tinged occult mysticism.
The Century magazine in 1904 described Mucha’s unique conception of God as “no longer the benign or wrathful Father, but a mysterious Being whose shadow fills the earth. Nature is personified as a luminous, adolescent giant, and Love descends from heaven in the guise of a woman.”
(Source: f-l-e-u-r-d-e-l-y-s, via annaeder)
Man on a Horse,1911
- Standhaftes Grun
Kandinsky born in Moscow on December 16 (December 4) in 1866 and died in Neuilly-sur-Seine 13 December 1944, is a Russian painter and art theorist. Considered one of the most important artists of the twentieth century alongside including Picasso and Matisse, he is one of the founders of abstract art: it is generally regarded as the author of the first work of non-figurative history of modern art, watercolor 1910 which will be called “abstract”.
(Man on a Horse,1911) work most known