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Incredible flipbook-style animations made from dozens of people's tattoos

@philberge #Duo avec @kewpietattoo tattooed the legend ♬ I like hot moms – Thatmulletdude Montreal tattoo artist Phil Berge tattooed dozens of people with slightly different artwork to create fantastic flipbook-style animations. Above, Snoopy dancing his iconic dance. Below, the result of Berge tattooing 76 people to create a a scene from Betty Boop's Snow White (1976). — Read the rest
Tags: Art, Video, News, Animation, Tattoos, Tattoo, Betty Boop, Berge, Phil Berge

More Is More: Saint Laurent and Bergé’s Style Flies at Auction Again

The maximalist, cross-cultural decorating style favored by the two Frenchmen has long been admired as an antidote to the minimalism of contemporary interiors.
Tags: Art, News, Auctions, Christie's, Sotheby's, Antiques, Pierre, Yves, Laurent, Saint Laurent, Interior Design and Furnishings, Berge

Weird 19th-century painting, allegedly by Manet, removed from auction

The Hands Resist Him has nothing on this strange painting, said to be by Édouard Manet, of a bone-white youth clutching a staring, mouthless mystery mammal. You had a chance of buying it at Sothebys, too, but it was withdrawn from auction at the last minute. Sadly, it's not because anyone who touches it has a sudden memory of touching it, a memory of sudden heat and formless whispers and of the places left empty after unspeakable events. Apparently there's an ownership dispute. Initially, Sothe...
Tags: Art, Post, News, Sothebys, édouard Manet, Manet, Sotheby, Yves Saint Laurent, Berge

Musical Instruments, Transformed

Musical instruments are undergoing a renaissance. Waves of techno-cultural innovation are melding arts and sciences, and steadily raising the tide on traditional crafts, turning them on their heads. The transformation of the musical instrument—through networks, sensors, data and computation—is not only a story about the craft of making musical tools, but the incredible ways by which we express our human musicality through them. Wintergatan's Marble Machine, designed by Martin Molin The earlie...
Tags: Google, Design, London, Stanford, Germany, Research, Egypt, Mens, Essay, Michael, Giza, Georgia Tech, Object Culture, John Cage, Eis, Massachusetts Institute Of Technology

Pierre Bergé, 86, Co-Founder Of Yves Saint-Laurent And Powerful Arts Patron

"His ambitions carried him far from fashion into the worlds of politics and culture. Though his clients were mostly rich and conservative, he was a staunch supporter of the Socialist Party, a contributor to liberal causes and a patron and arbiter of literature, theater and music." President Mitterand appointed Bergé head of the Paris Opera, […]
Tags: Art, Music, Socialist Party, Paris Opera, Pierre Berge, Berge, Mitterand, 09.08.17

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