Ever since I first saw the work of Paul Klee and the kinetic fanciful frenzy of Yves Tanguey, I was hooked.
NFT = non-fungible token. An NFT is essentially a way to attach ownership to a work of digital art. Christie’s recently sold an NFT by ‘Beeple’, aka Mike Winkelmann, titled “The First 5000 Days” for $69 million dollars. You may be thinking, “That’s nuts!” I’m […]
Beards, especially long beards, can become unruly. Positively wild. What’s the hirsute to do? Balm, my friend. Balm.
Everyone deserves a Barn (mug).
Dress for literary success!
Regular readers with good memories will see a familiar face in the photographic work of Miho Kajioka.
I am a music geek! and I have a thing for off-beat action figures. Enter Marquee Marauders Club.
The Bad Seed’s leader has been busy. With Covid keeping everyone homebound and away from concerts, busy has come to produce some fun stuff. Like Cave Things.
I was talking to my friend and colleague Ingo Schultz of FIDELITY Magazine the other day, and we got into the smell of old records, old books, and used book shops.
Among photography’s classic images, Daido Moriyama’s Stray Dog, Misawa from 1971 is near the head of the pack.
We have much to be thankful for.
What better time to get lost in a good political thriller and forget about the madness of the day!
Karen Dalton possessed a singular and soul stirring voice while existing well off the radar yet her influence belies her humble and troubled life.
I am a fan of the other. Alfred Jarry, Antonin Artaud, and Henri Michaux’s visual works of art have long fascinated me to no end.
Danish film director, actor, and screenwriter Benjamin Christensen found a copy of Malleus Maleficarum, a 15th C treatise on witchcraft, in a Berlin bookshop that sent him on a 2-year journey resulting in the silent film classic Häxan.