Dang ol’ bonjour, Dave Pollot is at it again. He has painted with a new altered thrift art painting. The gang from King of the Hill visits Paris. Paris, Texas that is. The Paris, Texas, Eiffel tower is the second-largest replica of the actual Eiffel Tower in Paris.
Ana Juan has created over twenty covers to The New Yorker since 1995. She brilliantly captured the mood of France’s present turmoil.
This is one way to get rid of those old books. Bookstore ‘Le Bal des Ardents‘ in Lyon , France created a book arch entrance.
There is art in everything if you look for it. The only thing stopping you is your imagination. French artist OakOak has found his canvas… Read More »French Artist OakOak Finding Art in the Streets
[youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ERD2TnMNH98&w=500&h=311] The French are no strangers to the typical stereotype clichés adorned to them. From their clothes to wine and baguettes. Vive la différence.
Hollywood owes Jules Vernes a big chunk of money. They have dipped early into his books and made a ton of money based on his… Read More »Google Celebrates Jules Verne’s 183rd Birthday
Arthur Rimbaud is brought to life with drawings and pictures of his times with a new documentary. The enfant terrible is given justice as his poems are read by Joan Baez with the accompaniment of music in an attempt to present a visual of Arthur Rimbaud’s life. The much-fabled poet’s life is shrouded in mystery and legend. Most of it marred in tragedy and misery. His poetry transcends time as his youthful angst speaks to every generation screaming to be heard. He has seen the darkness of the soul and turned it into a visual macabre dance of words.