Yoga inversions with Fabletics staff Alyssa Nimedez
I wish I could do them all…
The NYFA released this inforaphic of gender inequality in film. It’s truly eye-opening and this only scratches the surface.
Joao Ruas’s fascinating in progress work is a marvel to look at, almost as if one was looking at the formation of pure reality pulled straight from a dream. Most of these pieces are in preparation for his solo show in February at Thinkspace Gallery but Joao will also have new artwork in the 3rd Annual Supersonic Invitational in January at Spoke Art:
This was an actual army item. My “Thanksgiving” co-writer Jeff Rendell’s father Ken Rendell has a WWII museum in Mass. and had one of these. It’s a one-shot glove-gun. I believe only about 200 of them were made. Jeff found it at his father’s museum and showed it to Quentin who loved it and wrote this scene into the script.
“Art evokes the mystery without which the world would not exist.”
The famed Surrealist painter René Magritte was born on this day in 1898 in Belgium.
A major player in the Surrealist movement during the 1920s, Magritte frequently delved into mystical concepts and the disconnection between objects, people, and their meanings.
His paintings have a thought-provoking appeal that forces viewers to reexamine their own perceptions of reality.
One of my all time favorites!
Another obnoxious sunset photo :/ (at Casa Vista Alegre Del Sur)
That’s so pretty!