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Artwork by Rob Whitehair @wildpropaganda  HE LOVES ME HE LOVES ME NOT is an allegory that juxtaposes two ideas.  The first is that Chimpanzees are great game players. So she sits in the setting sun and plays the age old french love game.  There is a certain innocence and whimsy in this image that on the surface plays to our deep longing to love and to be loved.  The deeper and suffice to say darker idea is that this whimsical game becomes a metaphor for death.  The chimpanzee being an…

Artwork by Rob Whitehair @wildpropaganda HE LOVES ME HE LOVES ME NOT is an allegory that juxtaposes two ideas. The first is that Chimpanzees are great game players. So she sits in the setting sun and plays the age old french love game. There is a certain innocence and whimsy in this image that on the surface plays to our deep longing to love and to be loved. The deeper and suffice to say darker idea is that this whimsical game becomes a metaphor for death. The chimpanzee being an…

Uh..ok...hm.   "Conceptualized by speculative zoologist Dougal Dixon in the early 80's and published in Omni magazine, this is a rendering of what Dixon believes humans might look like after 50-million years of evolution."

Uh..ok...hm. "Conceptualized by speculative zoologist Dougal Dixon in the early 80's and published in Omni magazine, this is a rendering of what Dixon believes humans might look like after 50-million years of evolution."

Today’s yokai is a bit of a mystery. There are no real records of this yokai, and its oldest roots seem to trace it back to an illustration by Toriyama Sekien, in which he drew a hairy beast, clinging to a bird, perched atop a torii — the gateways leading into Shinto shrines.  It goes by other names too — odoro-odoro and odoro-gami (which describes it desheveled, hairy appearance) — though its name seems most likely to have been derived from a Kansai-dialect word related to the “standard”…

Today’s yokai is a bit of a mystery. There are no real records of this yokai, and its oldest roots seem to trace it back to an illustration by Toriyama Sekien, in which he drew a hairy beast, clinging to a bird, perched atop a torii — the gateways leading into Shinto shrines. It goes by other names too — odoro-odoro and odoro-gami (which describes it desheveled, hairy appearance) — though its name seems most likely to have been derived from a Kansai-dialect word related to the “standard”…

Art in the Streets is the first major U.S. museum survey of graffiti and street art. Curated by MOCA Director Jeffrey Deitch and Associate Curators Roger Gastman and Aaron Rose, the exhibition will trace the development of graffiti and street art from the 1970s to the global movement it has become today, concentrating on key cities such as New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, and Sao Paulo, where a unique visual language or attitude has evolved. The exhibition will feature…

Art in the Streets is the first major U.S. museum survey of graffiti and street art. Curated by MOCA Director Jeffrey Deitch and Associate Curators Roger Gastman and Aaron Rose, the exhibition will trace the development of graffiti and street art from the 1970s to the global movement it has become today, concentrating on key cities such as New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, London, and Sao Paulo, where a unique visual language or attitude has evolved. The exhibition will feature…

1922 art deco illustration By Zajuc from the magazine La Vie Parisienne.  La Vie Parisienne was founded in France in 1863 and was popular at the turn of the twentieth century. It was originally intended as a guide to upper class and artistic life in Paris, but it soon evolved into a mildly risqué erotic publication.

1922 art deco illustration By Zajuc from the magazine La Vie Parisienne. La Vie Parisienne was founded in France in 1863 and was popular at the turn of the twentieth century. It was originally intended as a guide to upper class and artistic life in Paris, but it soon evolved into a mildly risqué erotic publication.

Which Candy Will You Pick? Many animals have evolved clever ways of camouflaging in their environments. Learn how simple color can keep some animals safe from predators. Try this activity with tasty candies! [Illustration by George Retseck, for Scientific American]

Which Candy Will You Pick? Many animals have evolved clever ways of camouflaging in their environments. Learn how simple color can keep some animals safe from predators. Try this activity with tasty candies! [Illustration by George Retseck, for Scientific American]

Along with the subjects they illustrate, the techniques behind movable and pop-ups paper art have evolved from its earliest known origins....

Along with the subjects they illustrate, the techniques behind movable and pop-ups paper art have evolved from its earliest known origins....

Victorian Trade Card of General Sherman & Civil War. The ad on the back of the card is for a Magnetic Belt that will help a Lame Back & Kidneys Diseases  The front "By Col. A.P. Connolly, publisher of 'The history of the War in a Nutshell,' Chicago." During the Victorian era, collecting small, illustrated advertising cards(trade cards) was popular These cards evolved from cards of the late 1700s used by tradesmen to advertise their services; color lithography in the 1870s increased their use

Victorian Trade Card of General Sherman & Civil War. The ad on the back of the card is for a Magnetic Belt that will help a Lame Back & Kidneys Diseases The front "By Col. A.P. Connolly, publisher of 'The history of the War in a Nutshell,' Chicago." During the Victorian era, collecting small, illustrated advertising cards(trade cards) was popular These cards evolved from cards of the late 1700s used by tradesmen to advertise their services; color lithography in the 1870s increased their use

Gorgosaurus libratus illustrated.  A new theory as to why bipedalism in dinosaurs evolved.

Gorgosaurus libratus illustrated. A new theory as to why bipedalism in dinosaurs evolved.

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