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Todd Alcott’s Pulp Fiction Mashups

Check out Todd Alcott‘s other talent on Etsy. Another digital mashup artist that is doing interesting work is Josephine R. Unglaub whose work has already been featured and will again be featured as a Cosmos + Taxis cover. What started as a distraction for the LA-based screenwriter and graphic artist is now a continuing project with…

11.11.11 @ 100

John Singer Sargent (1856–1925), Gassed, 1919. Oil on canvas, 90 ½ × 240 in. ©Imperial War Museums Horace Pippin (1888–1946). The End of the War: Starting Home (1930–33) aestheticsarmisticeArtClaggett WilsonHorace PippinJohn Singer Sargentpainting

Delvaux + Wagner + Williams

1957. Oil on canvas, 270 x 200 cm. Koninklij Museum voor Schone Kunsten A Dictionary of Modern and Contemporary Art (3 ed.), John Glaves-Smith and Ian Chilvers Here is a late piece by the one and only Bernard Williams from The New York Review of Books. (It’s easy to imagine the crass approach the regressive…

The Baron of Bulawayo

I notice that Marshall’s website has been revamped. Browsing through I rediscovered some paintings I hadn’t given a close enough look in the prior iteration of the website. Merle, Marshall’s sister, very kindly allowed me to use one of his paintings here. My brief thoughts on Marshall from a few years back here. aestheticsArtbulawayoMarshall Baronmusicpainting