Mr. Push

“Or, sometimes you like something because you really have no choice in the matter - you feel your soul is richer, or more colourful, or more resonant because of that thing. I want to be true to that voice.”
— Artist Joe Sorren in HiFructose #13

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The sun set and the moon rose, one end and one beginning- He freed beauty’s soul but he kept the child whole and death named his baby girl Ginny.

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Keiko is starting to pack and ship the first batch of sales from my brand new beta online shop. A lot to do today but so far so good! Yukoart.bigcartel.com

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Keiko is starting to pack and ship the first batch of sales from my brand new beta online shop. A lot to do today but so far so good! Yukoart.bigcartel.com

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Gustav Klimt, The Golden Knight (detail of Beethoven Frieze), 1902
In 1902, Klimt painted the Beethoven Frieze for the 14th Vienna Secessionist exhibition, which was intended to be a celebration of Ludwig van Beethoven the composer and featured a monumental polychrome sculpture by Max Klinger. Meant for the exhibition only, the frieze was painted directly on the walls with light materials. After the exhibition the painting was preserved, although it did not go on display again until 1986. The Beethoven Frieze is now on permanent display in the Vienna Secession hall (Austria), Secession Building.
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Gustav Klimt, The Golden Knight (detail of Beethoven Frieze), 1902

In 1902, Klimt painted the Beethoven Frieze for the 14th Vienna Secessionist exhibition, which was intended to be a celebration of Ludwig van Beethoven the composer and featured a monumental polychrome sculpture by Max Klinger. Meant for the exhibition only, the frieze was painted directly on the walls with light materials. After the exhibition the painting was preserved, although it did not go on display again until 1986. The Beethoven Frieze is now on permanent display in the Vienna Secession hall (Austria), Secession Building.

-  Klimt Museum

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Prepare yourselves appropriately, because this is happening.

Batgirl is getting a relaunch by Cameron Stewart, Brenden Fletcher and Babs Freakin’ Tarr. You know, your actual favourite artist who drew the Bosozoku Sailor Scouts? SHE’S DRAWING BATGIRL. I’ll calm down… eventually?!

More info at MTV!

I’m really enjoying this costume AND/OR comic AND/OR creative team!

I haven’t been interested in a DC superhero book since Morrison was on Batman, but man alive I am all about this Batgirl creative team. This looks SPECTACULAR.

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Beautiful Bizarre Magazine
Scott Listfield’s piece, ‘Red Eyes’, Oil on canvas 12” x 9” now showing as part of the ‘Lost Moments’ exhibition at Gauntlet Gallery

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Beautiful Bizarre Magazine

Scott Listfield’s piece, ‘Red Eyes’, Oil on canvas 12” x 9” now showing as part of the ‘Lost Moments’ exhibition at Gauntlet Gallery

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Amazing painting by Chinese artist, Lv Yanjun

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Amazing painting by Chinese artist, Lv Yanjun