Shigeo Fukuda, Mona Lisa Illusion
Poster for the exhibition “Japon-Joconde” Paris 1971. The exhibition consisted of 100 altered images of the Mona Lisa.
Amano-sensei’s cover for Final Fantasy VI: Grand Finale, a collection of orchestrated versions of the OST arranged by Tsuneyoshi Saito and, more importantly, Shiro Sagisu (Eva + FF = preemptive win).
It’s one of my favorite records of all time.
Peter Brötzmann’s Art. It quite pleases me, albeit in a different way than with his music.
Paintings by 3 1/2 year-old Iris Grace.
ed. a little apprehensive about her parents exposing her as well, but… boy, I wish I could paint like that
Calligramme en forme de lion, signé du calligraphe Ahmad Hilmî
Turquie ottomane, daté du 12 du mois jumâdâ Ier 1331 H / 19 avril 1913
Anyone famiilar with Muslimgauze will recognize this. He is usually associated with a slightly modified version of this calligram.
For those not so familiar with him, here’s a nice interview http://www.awkwardmovements.com/2012/04/muslimgauze.html .
p.s.: over a hundred releases! that’s just crazy
Shigeru Tamura’s works, static or animated, are works of minimalistic beauty. His landscapes evoke feelings akin to the great Ukiyo-e masters’, such as Hokusai and Hiroshige.
hmm… I’m far from convinced