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Order of the Cremaster 3 - The only one available on DVD apparently.
Film, Matthewbarney, Cremaster Cycling, Artists, Inspiration, Halloween Costumes, Matthew Barneys, Barneys Cremaster, Photography
Matthew Barney "CREMASTER” (born March 25, 1967) is an American artist who works in sculpture, photography, drawing and film. His early works are sculptural installations combined with performance and video.
Matthew Barney 'The Order' from the Cremaster cycle. These films still inspire me to make truth.
THE CREMASTER CYCLE (1994–2002): best-known work of American visual artist and filmmaker MATTHEW BARNEY. A cycle of five symbolic, allegorical films that create a self-enclosed aesthetic system that aims to explore the process of creation. The films are filled with allusions to reproductive organs and sexual development, and they use narrative models drawn from biography, mythology, and geology.
Matthew Barney. I nearly lost my shit the time I saw a guy with this Halloween costume soon after Cremaster at the Guggenheim. Of course, I was dressed as the Shining twins at the time...
Matthew Barney, The Cremaster Cycle. Currently on view at De Hallen Haarlem: Cremaster 5 by Matthew Barney. #dehallenhaarlem #matthewbarney #art #video #orange
To dispel the rumors... (AND if they distributed their weight like three of the ideas show, they wouldn't have worried about the plank capsizing either!)
Thoughts, Rose, The Doors, Titanic, Funny, So True, Jack O'Connel, People, Plays Cards
Titanic - nice one, Rose. you jerk. -- as funny as I find this I realized that (for those of you who have actually SEEN the movie more then once) it wasn't that he couldn't fit on the door, it was their combined weight made it sink. when he tried to get on it it sank into the water. So :P
Titanic - They could even have played cards: This series of photos that went viral set out to prove that Jack could easily have come along for the ride, and lived to a ripe old age with Rose..... finally someone shows it!!!
Titanic: could have fit 2 people.... SO TRUE
Titanic. THE DOOR WAS BIG ENOUGH FOR BOTH OF THEM. hahaha. Some people have too much time on their hands. But I have always thought that.
The Art of Molly Crabapple Volume 2: Devil in the Details is up for pre-order! This is a collection of my fine art, poster art and everything in between, done over the last few years, with a forward by Margaret Cho, comedy goddess and patron saint of weird kids everywhere. To encourage you to pre-order the beast, I’m having another contest