Thursday, March 03, 2011
Tuesday, March 01, 2011
Monday, February 28, 2011
A guy named "Kevin" won this piece of original illustration art by me (Amy Crehore) with his answer:
"Saint Barbie of Kitsch, Our Lady of Plastic Curves"
Achieved sainthood after transcending from her born position as the beloved slave/servant of impossible glamour and conscripted consumption to which young hearts and minds were to be warped and molded for the greater corporate benefit to her current status as an icon of impossible glamour, conscripted consumption, transient job security, sexless love, and plastic surgery for an ever widening variety of worshipers who pray to the saint of crushed childhood dreams and plastic curves.
Please email me Kevin!
Thank you all for participating. I hope you had fun!
Friday, February 25, 2011
Win an original piece of illustration art by me (Amy Crehore). I painted it many moons ago for Playboy magazine. (detail shown above)
The contest ends at noon PST, Sat. Feb 26, 2011.
Here's the LINK with rules to my contest.
Marcel Dzama's "Behind Every Curtain" Exhibit (Feb 17-March 19, 2011) at David Zwirner in NYC looks interesting. Photo above shows a section of the exhibit and below is a trailer for a surreal film that he made, also part of the exhibit. I'm reminded of wonderfully inventive "theater of the absurd" or dada artists: Alfred Jarry (his Ubu Roi 1896), Hugo Ball and Hannah Hoch who came a bit later.
Thursday, February 24, 2011
The literal translation means "handsome candy" or "sweet name". There are many crying virgins on this site and they are rated by viewers. Here's number one: Dulce Nombre de Malaga. She has beautiful crystal teardrops. (Spain)