*Obs: última obra registrada, não resisti a tanta beleza e arte e publiquei todos os registros. ****************************************Sem título, 1951
O abstracionismo de Cícero Dias é vibrante, quente e luminoso, bastante apartado do concretismo e mais próximo de Kandinsky. Na Europa, o trabalho de Monsieur Dias, como é conhecido na França, é acolhido com entusiasmo. Ele integra o Grupo Espace, e expõe na importante galeria Denise René. O sucesso internacional deve-se em parte à cor intensa que evoca os trópicos, e ao ritmo marcante de sua arte, sempre fundada no instinto. A obra Composição ilustra bem essa fase, que é assim descrita pelo crítico Antônio Bento: "(...) A percepção visual deixa de ser instantânea na leitura de seus quadros para estender-se temporalmente como na música, pois o espectador é obrigado a deter-se em cada um dos vários temas que cantam conjuntamente ou se opõem, através de formas e cores impostas à vista, numa polifonia e numa polirritmia, ricas de sugestões e combinações harmônicas, assim como felizes e fecundas dissonâncias, não somente formais como cromáticas." Obra do artista pernambucano Cícero Dias
@Regrann from @mirja_ilona_vegan - A sick "cult" calling themselves artists, "sacrificing" alive poor animals. They are nothing but a bunch of sick ANIMAL ABUSERS & MURDERERS!! This individual ➡️ @xothica posted couple of disturbing images in her account, after a poor defenceless bull was murdered, from their sick "cult festival" 😡 #animalabuser#shameonyou#cult#murderer - #regrann
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE - Date: 06/23/2017 - Contact: Printed In Blood, firstname.lastname@example.org “The Thing: Artbook”, a 35th anniversary celebration of John Carpenter’s horror masterpiece to launch at Comic-Con International 2017 this July
NYC, NY – Media production company, Printed In Blood will be launching the first release in their Artbook series, ‘The Thing: Artbook” this July at Comic-Con International, also referred to as “SDCC” taking place July 19-23 in San Diego, CA. This collection of over 375 new pieces of artwork created by artists, amateur and professional alike, based on and inspired by the sci-fi/horror classic. The book, which has been available for pre-order since March at their website, “printedinblood.com”, will be available for live purchase for the first time at the annual southern California mega-convention. Also available will be a very limited special SDCC convention variant edition which has a completely different cover and matching slipcase. It will be accompanied by a set of six limited edition prints of new “Thing” artwork that is NOT contained in the Artbook.
The 400-page book features creators from over 40 countries around the world and taps in to the creative worlds of comics, fine art, animation and illustration. It also features an introduction written by writer/director/actor and overall auteur, Eli Roth. The legendary filmmaker John Carpenter also contributes the afterword for the book. “The Thing:Artbook” is available for pre-order right now at “printedinblood.com” and comes with a special set of prints that will disappear once the books are in stock. Printed in Blood, a Creative Media Development company can be found on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram "@printedinblood"
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Just finished watching "The Bad Batch" it is definitely one of those cult/indie kinda movies, not gonna be everyone's cup of tea, but I absolutely loved it! Such different character rolls for Keanu Reeves and Jim Carey and of course it starred this beautiful piece of meat (no pun intended 😏) Jason Momoa...I'd let him eat me any day...to far? 😂
Synopsis - A story about a bunch of misfits and strays exiled from society for not fitting in one way or another and are labeled "bad batch"
It's set in future dystopian cabalistic desert/wastelands where anything goes and it's dog eat dog...and human...and rabbit. 😏