Remember it? And with popularity comes fan art. For some reason, Shrek has become one of the most popular figures in the bad fan art repertoire, his booger-green skin and ridiculous antennae showing up in the weirdest places.
We are missing something a lot of wikis have: a fan art page. Until now. On this page, you can post good pictures of a previous episode, ideas for future episodes, characters, and more!
Some celebs rarely post a bikini picwhile others lean the hell into being nude AF. Just wait until you see these celebs who bared it all on Instagram. And we mean toplessbottom-less, and even full-on nude.
There are stiltwalkers, a magician, a bicycle tricked out like a pirate ship. The point of the story was that there are no rules—that in art and in commerce, everyone has to go with whatever works for them. To spend time around Amanda Palmer is to feel lazy.
The occasion was NYC Bodypainting Dayorganized by Andy Golub and Young Naturists America, and, after spending a couple of hours watching dozens of artists do incredible things to these gloriously nude "canvases", who, as a whole, boasted an extraordinary range of body types, I'd have to say the banner is correct. Not that every work of bodypainting here was a great piece of art, though most were pretty amazing. It's just that after a while you don't see, and think about, these nude physical people in the way that you're used to—as sexy, say, or imperfect, or unappealing, or sensational.
Drawing the human figure is one of the hardest skills to master. People shirk away from proportions and anatomy. They complain that hands are too difficult.
In The Naked Artist: Comic Book LegendsBryan Talbot bravely goes where no one has dared go before: on the record, telling the embarrassing tales of legendarily bad behavior on the part of comic creators that have previously gone untold outside of convention bars. Talbot shares these stories in his own voice, in the conversational fashion that they are told and told, and retold among comics pros, being continually burnished until some of them have taken on the quality of urban myths. To his credit, Talbot isn't too proud to tell tales on himself, and one of the classics included here involves a faux pas of epic proportions which he perpetrated at an important dinner with Neil Gaiman and then-President of DC Comics, Jenette Khan.
Based on an idea by artist Jeremy Deller, twenty-one artists from all walks of life participated in Iggy Pop Life Class to study and sketch the naked form of the star, who adopted a variety of poses. His body has witnessed much and should be documented. The sketches created during the class were then exhibited at the Brooklyn Museum, and will be on display as part of the From Life exhibition at the Royal Academy of Arts from 11 December