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Tag Archives: writers and artists
Leonard Nimoy is gone, but Spock lives on. There’s a lot to say about Mr. Spock and his place on the list of oddly immortal characters to come out of the “good junk” range of low-to-middlebrow genre media. Most of … Continue reading
and around the world, kids are thanking Leonard Nimoy for the gift of Mr. Spock. Grownups too.
a dinosaur. Or the pictures from the Auto Show (although they are out of the camera and there are some good ones). Or the pictures from yesterday’s photo trip to Wrestling at the Moose Lodge (still in the cameras). Or … Continue reading
(I don’t know whether these are pages from a notebook or part of a letter. But since the person in question wrote endless letters to a certain other person and those letters constitute a very vividly detailed journal, the difference … Continue reading
Because it’s Auto Show Week, because we love cars and we love images and we love art and we love history and we love trivia, here is a gorgeous artistic image of cars that is also a clever infographic. Yep, … Continue reading
This photogenic (and almost certainly very charismatic) woman in this classy vintage photograph is Willa Mae Buckner, described in the accompanying caption as “blues woman, burlesque dancer, snake charmer”. I bet she told the best stories.
Found this image on tumblr with the cryptic caption “Riyaz Udin”. It’s definitely an Indian miniature painting, and Riyaz is a man’s first name I associate with Indian culture, so maybe that’s the artist’s name. I wonder how old it … Continue reading
Rick may not have the Captain Marvel Christmas comic whose cover we saw on Sunday, but he does have this beauty, the second issue of Fawcett’s Xmas Comics, with another gorgeous Cap drawing on the cover. He reports that the … Continue reading
Today is the birthday of the painter Wassily Kandinsky, and he’s been honored by a well deserved Google Doodle. I thought I’d join in the celebration with a black and white portrait photograph of the artist from my tumblr collection, … Continue reading