R. Crumb's Drawings of Buildings
Being a fan of R Crumbs' work I wanted to share these drawings of buildings from the book "The Sweeter Side of R. Crumb". There isn't any text to accompany the images other than the titles, but I know that he lives in the south of France, and so I presume that these are buildings that are near to his home. Anyway, I wanted to post these today because of, quite simply, how beautifully rendered they are. Although Crumb's work is pretty varied, it's nice to see some stuff that isn't just…
[+18] Robert Crumb e nosso problema com as mulheres
Esse é um aviso a todos que lerem esse texto: "Eu não estou aqui para ser educado!" E outro aviso, caso este não tenha sido suficiente: "Espera! Pare! Não olhe! Essa não é uma boa matéria!" É sério. Talvez não seja muito bom continuar se a sua delicadeza for demasiada. Polid...
4 Disturbing Scenes From Some Really Good But Controversial Movies
The most important scenes in these movies aren't necessarily explicit, but their treatment of themes like sexuality and abuse provoked many discussions.
Danza Macabra Europea: Alberto Martini's Depraved World War Postcards - Flashbak
The cartoonist's job is to seek truth and skewer prejudices of every sort. Martini savages humanity with a sharp, dirty, disgusting and ebullient wit.
INTERIOR PORTRAITS (at home)
Above: Ethel Sands (1873-1962), "The Chintz Couch", 1910-11, Tate Collection. I'd never heard of Ethel Sands till I came across this painting. I was really taken with it... the way the light shimmers and the texture of the wall is so compelling. Above: Ethel Sands "The Dressing Room". Sands is clearly influenced by Vuillard. Above: Edouard Vuillard (1868-1940), Interior, 1902. What I love about this painting are the thick white lines of paint on the floor and French doors. Above: Edouard…