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“Elusive Street Artist Banksy Revealed”… Well not exactly

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StarCat
February 15th, 2010

exit through the gift shop banksy 532x400 Elusive Street Artist Banksy Revealed... Well not exactly

When it comes to street artists none are as famous as the ever elusive Banksy. With his satirical, playful and obviously bold expressions of graffiti genius, it is no wonder this UK legend/ hero has made it big time. A documentary, or is it a psuedo-documentary,  about him called “Exit through the Gift Shop” debuted at the Sundance Film Festival recently and while it doesn’t promise to reveal his identity or anything else about him for that matter, it does promise intrigue. [ Continue Reading ]

“Sorry I’m Late” This took him a while to make.

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IngridA
February 10th, 2010

sorry im late 585x329 Sorry Im Late This took him a while to make.What do you get if you have a bunch of pillows, stuff animals, toy cars, and other random household items as the set for a short animation? Well, if you are Tomas Mankovsky then you are likely to make one heck of an intricate short!

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My T-rex is an Ostrich?? Dinos evolve in Art

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StarCat
February 2nd, 2010

dino art or birds 550x400 My T rex is an Ostrich?? Dinos evolve in ArtOk, this picture doesn’t exactly represent what I’m getting at here, but who can turn down a chance to put up a “Dinosaucers” still for all to see. And it does kind of fit in with the story in a round about kind of way…Anyway… [ Continue Reading ]

ANTICHRIST

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gypsophila
January 7th, 2010

Antichrist movie ad 002 ANTICHRIST

It happened. This is not, in fact, the early seventies, and yet someone FINALLY made a good, deeply terrifying horror movie. [ Continue Reading ]

PULP fiction

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gypsophila
January 5th, 2010

BabiesSleeve PULP fiction

There are about a million reasons why Pulp wasn’t just any Brit-Pop band (Jarvis Cocker! Hello!!!) but the perhaps the most defining one was their dramatic, stylish, UNREAL music videos. Check them out after the jump! [ Continue Reading ]

Kent Monkman is Fabulous

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g.jessy
December 29th, 2009

main5 533x400 Kent Monkman is Fabulous

I first heard of mixed-media artist Kent Monkman when visiting the Art Gallery of Ontario this summer, and was totally blown away. Kent Monkman, a Toronto-based artist of Cree ancestry, uses paint, performance, and video/film to challenge text book notions of Canadian history. His most well-known character and alter-ego, Miss Chief Eagle Testikle, has been spotted all over Canada, studying the European Male and taking very close notes.

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Water[colors] Run Deep

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Mendezine
December 28th, 2009

01d92 manege 550x309 Water[colors] Run DeepIf your visual sweet tooth is craving a snack, check out this watercolor film by 5 students at French print and digital media international mega-school, Gobelins. It’s title, “Un Tour  de Manege” translates to Merry-Go-Round, but this is not the kind you rode as a kid…

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Holiday Traditions:The Christmas Episode

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StarCat
December 23rd, 2009

christmas recess Holiday Traditions:The Christmas Episode

The most wonderful time of the year also happens to be one of the most wonderful times for cartoons. The Christmas episode has been included in the yearly cartoon calendar since they existed, and have  have delighted children and adults over the years. It’s also usually an hour long as opposed to the usually 30 mins. [ Continue Reading ]

Vixen to Rudolph: Fame is Sexy

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StarCat
December 22nd, 2009

rudolph and clarice Vixen to Rudolph: Fame is Sexy

The image above was taken from the Arthur Rankin and Jules Bass’s 1964 classic film  ”Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”. You may have heard it before.  The doe ( female deer) with the long lashes and pretty bow is actually named Clarice and is not Vixen at all, as the title of this particular blog suggests, but thats really besides the point. While this classic which was inspired by the poem “‘Twas the Night Before Christmas” and the coloring book “Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer”, has a good message and a happy ending, it is the song that is sung, which has no relation in particular to the movie, that I have issue with. [ Continue Reading ]

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