Category: Art


“Summer Meadow” by Swedish artist Anna Billing (1849-1927).

Jonna Mendez, former CIA Chief of Disguise, takes a look at spy scenes from a variety of television shows and movies and breaks down how accurate they really are.

I do love me some good Boogie Woogie.

Performed live at Joe’s Pub.

Dueling Pianos Competition Scene

This is the best clip in the movie “Scott Joplin” (1977) by Universal Studios. It depicts a competition between “professors” (brothel pianists) to win $100 from John Stark in Sedalia, Missouri. Louis Chauvin, who is a better pianist but can’t read/write music, teams up with Joplin (played by Billy Dee Williams) and unleashes Maple Leaf Rag upon the public for the first time.

Puddles and Bigfoot team up at the cafe to cover the Imagine Dragons hit.

One of Puddles’ alter egos, Big Mike Geier, specializes in covering The King.

Lucas the Spider is a test character created by digital animator Joshua Slice for the purpose of working on his techniques. “I’m responsible for the design, modeling, rigging, animation, lighting, and rendering,” he says. Lucas’ form was inspired by jumping spiders and is voiced by Slice’s four-year-old nephew, also named Lucas. People are saying that Lucas is the cutest spider EVAR and is helping cure their arachnophobia. Folks are also asking Slice to expand Lucas into his own movie!

Pic of the Day – 6/17/19

Brick arched rows in a Victorian era-subterranean reservoir beneath London, by Forgotten Heritage Photography.

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