Thursday, April 28, 2011
Plexus Magazine:French Erotic Cover Art
Using an Eyelash for a Paint Brush
Saturday, April 23, 2011
What am I working on?
Click on photos for twitpic link.
Friday, April 22, 2011
Debbie Reynolds to Auction Off Marilyn's Subway Dress and Chaplin's Bowler Hat
Thursday, April 21, 2011
A mysterious face drawing and how it came to be
Wednesday, April 20, 2011
New Interview with Daniel Clowes
Tuesday, April 19, 2011
The Doll Who Came Alive by Enys Tregarthen, a photo by Faber Books on Flickr.
Faber Books' photostream on flickr
is fun to look at. For instance, this book
cover, "The Doll Who Came Alive", from their set of classic children's books.
Sunday, April 17, 2011
Drawings of Butterflies by Nabokov
Friday, April 15, 2011
Marie-Therese Walter, Picasso's Blonde Muse
Tuesday, April 12, 2011
Beautiful Musical Pierrot Costume with Cats
The blog is authored by Steve Roden, a Pasadena artist who has a current art exhibit here (SUSANNE VIELMETTER)
Monday, April 11, 2011
Sunday, April 10, 2011
Auction ends tonight for Crehore One-of-A-Kind "Ema" art on eBay, 100% donated to Japan fund
Great Examples of Slang from Flapper Era
Anchor—Box of flowers.
Apple Knocker—A hick; a hay-shaker.
Apple Sauce--Flattery; bunk.
Barlow—A girl, a flapper, a chicken.
Bank’s Closed—No petting allowed; no kisses.
Biscuit—A pettable flapper.
Billboard—Flashy man or woman.
Blushing Violet—A publicity hound.
Boob Tickler—Girl who entertains father’s out-of-town customers.e.
Cancelled Stamp—A wallflower.
Cake Basket—A limousine.
Cellar Smeller—A young man who always turns up where liquor is to be had without cost.
Clothesline—One who tells neighborhood secrets.
Corn Shredder—young man who dances on a girl’s feet.
Dincher—A half-smoked cigarette.
Edisoned—Being asked a lot of questions.
Face Stretcher—Old maid who tried to look younger.
Frog’s Eyebrows—Nice, fine.
Houdini—To be on time for a date.
Munitions—Face powder and rouge.
Nut Cracker—Policeman’s nightstick.
Pillow Case—Young man who is full of feathers.
Police Dog—Young man to whom one is engaged.
Potato—A young man shy of brains
Smoke Eater—A girl cigarette user.
Trotzky—Old lady with a moustache and chin whiskers.
Umbrella—young man any girl can borrow for the evening.
Wind Sucker—Any person given to boasting.
Saturday, April 09, 2011
Kohala Girls played National Guitars
Friday, April 08, 2011
Charity Ebay Auction Ends April 10! Crehore Original Hand-painted "ema" and sketch in "Artists Help Japan" Ebay Auction
Wednesday, April 06, 2011
Writers and their Cats
Friday, April 01, 2011
New R Crumb Interview
Associated Press LINK