The revolution in the world of sculpture which began in 1917, hasn’t finished yet. The modern sculptorers or visual artists seem to proclaim that “each thing is a sculpture”.
Filmed on five continents, featuring cities such as New York, Cape Town, London, Paris, Amsterdam, Tokyo, Berlin and Sao Paulo, Bomb It explores the interplay between worldwide graffiti movements, the global proliferation of “Quality of Life” laws, and the fight for control over public space.
“it just occurred to me that even though I live in ‘Music City U.S.A.’ I have brought you very little in the world of music. Almost everyone in this city either is directly involved in some way or knows someone who is. We all have demo albums and we all play guitar. In fact many national acts will not come play our town because Nashville audiences are notoriously hard to impress. Half the people in the crowd can pick up any instrument on stage and give a comparable performance.”
He’s the artist who worked with writers Morgan Coy and Karen Davidson to create the graphic novel Shadow Healer. The three never met in person. Their four-part new age noir comic book was achieved entirely via the Internet.
On the begining it was street photography and street portraits, because living in a city like Rome, it is a natural choice.
The images he searches and captures, are full of raw beauty and documentary style truth.
Jennifer E. Hudgens, originally from Oklahoma City has been published in some stuff and is currently pursuing her Bachelor’s degree in Creative Writing at the University of Central Oklahoma.
Scott Thomas Outlar — His words have appeared recently in venues such as Dissident Voice, Dead Snakes, Section 8, Siren, and Venus in Scorpio. His debut chapbook “A Black Wave Cometh” will be released in April through Dink Press.
Jay Sizemore brought the high-five out of retirement. His work has appeared online and in print with magazines such as Rattle, Prick of the Spindle, Revolution John, Menacing Hedge, and Still: The Journal. He’s never won an award.
Ethan Watters is an American journalist. He is the author of articles for The New York Times Magazine, Spin, Details, Mother Jones, Glamour, GQ, Esquire, and The San Francisco Chronicle Magazine.
“We finally moved off and the crowd dispersed, but I couldn’t stop looking around, wondering if he was returning and from what direction. Later on we went and drank wine while Angel went back to the souq to discover the madman had been arrested.”
It seems that His favourite and the most difficult animal photography subjects are birds — very hard to find, spot and come close enough to capture a vivid picture in a fraction of a second.
Over the past decade he has quickly drawn a very respectable cult followings on the internet with his snarky, yet informative travel vlogs.
Linda H.Heuring is an award-winning writer of character-driven short stories.
“Think of a producer as an odds maker in a sports betting pool. It’s our job to take a property, figure out which assets can be attached to it and for how much — assets like stars, director, writer, etc.”
Each of the colours used, enhances the image. The ascetic form of these works, does not impose a simple answer, but forces viewers to seek their own interpretations.
“We are a society of spectacle: We can turn anything into a movie, a game or a TV show. But terrorism is also about spectacle. It’s about the manipulation of media through shocking events.”
His memoir, Sixteen Scenes From A Film I Never Wanted To See, was published in January 2014 by Monkey Puzzle Press. He teaches writing in Global Liberal Studies at NYU.