Category: Art


“Harriet” – Official Trailer

Check out the trailer for the new biopic about Harriet Tubman, due out in theaters on November 1st.

From above, the shape-shifting mass of red and black seemed to spread and shrink as if animated by a single mind. But a closer look would have revealed its minuscule points to be thousands of Chinese schoolchildren show off their Kung Fu skills in breathtaking synchrony, yelling, jabbing, kicking whirls of limbs — each one a student of Shaolin Kung Fu.

A wee steampunk faerie made from old watch parts by artist Sue Beatrice.

Penn and Teller set out to prove that they’re not just comedy magicians, they’re the greatest magicians in the world. In order to do that, they perform their entire act upside down. Aired February 8, 1986 on Saturday Night Live.

 

Puddles Pity Party says, “My friend, Quinn, wrote this song. Really gets me in the ticker. It reminds me that we’re all in this together, even when we feel alone.”

A Chaneomeles ‘Chojubai’ bonsai with a bronze cormorant on a worn sloop, by artist Henk Fresen.

 

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!

Bebe Neuwirth in “Chicago”

Did you know that Bebe Neuwirth is a triple threat? Too bad she’ll always be remembered best as Lilith Crane on Cheers. Here she is performing “All That Jazz” at the 1997 Tony Awards.

 

Arguably one of the world’s finest choreographer/dancer teams in stage history, performing “Who’s Got the Pain” in 1958.

“Mein Herr” by Jane Horrocks

Another number from Cabaret by Jane Horrocks:

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