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All posts tagged "Art"
Magic Visions: Roger Holden’s video tribute to William S. Burroughs, “Rub Out The Word,” premiered on “Night Flight” in 1988
Rub Out The Word — Roger Holden’s artistic grassroots music video tribute to William S. Burroughs — originally made its broadcast debut on “Night Flight,” during our “Take Off to Politics,” on Friday night, November 4, 1988,...
- Posted August 18, 2016
“Take Off To Animation”: A closer look at London’s Cucumber Studios and Brooklyn’s James Rizzi’s “Genius of Love”
In early 1984, one of Night Flight’s most popular episodes in our innovative and popular “Take Off” series, which regularly juxtaposed early Eighties pop icons against obscurities from not-ready-for-MTV cult favorites, was our “Take Off To Animation,”...
- Posted April 18, 2016
L.A.-based artist Alexa Meade’s 2D paintings reverse the Trompe L’oeil traditional technique
L.A.-based artist Alexa Meade takes the tradition of Trompe L’oeil — the Renaissance painting technique in which objects appear real — and reverses the process, turning the human body into seemingly two-dimensional tableaus and incredible portraits. “Unlike...
- Posted December 31, 2015
Palas por Pistolas: Pedro Reyes’s 2008 recycled art project reveals a much better use for handguns
We’ve been hearing an awful lot about guns lately here in the U.S., on pretty much a daily basis, which has reminded us more than once of something we saw for the first time a few years...
- Posted December 8, 2015
Butcher Billy’s Post-Punk Superheroes: Turning 80s music icons into comic book crimefighters
Butcher Billy was born and raised and currently still lives in Curitiba, the capital and largest city of the southern Brazilian state of Paraná. He graduated from the Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná, in Brazil, with a...
- Posted November 1, 2015
Ati Maier: “The Map Is Not The Territory”
We’ve been hearing that Brooklyn-based artist Ati Maier, who wears a white spacesuit and orb-like space helmet, was seen riding her orb-mounted horse through NYC over the past several days — searching for places to plant her...
- Posted June 29, 2015
Francesco Francavilla’s 70s-style Batman Illustrations
Acclaimed comics artist Francesco Francavilla shares a vision of the Dark Knight that’s more reflective of the 70s than the actual Batman comic books that were published in the 70s. Francavilla’s made a name for himself on...
- Posted March 10, 2015
Julian Rentzsch’s Portraits of 3 Great Film Directors
We wanted to share three of Julian Rentzsch’s recent portraits of filmmakers David Lynch, Martin Scorsese, and Alfred Hitchcock, which reference their movies. They’re available from Stellavie Design. Rentzsch lives and works in Hamburg, Germany, as an illustrator...
- Posted March 8, 2015