CANT WATCH THIS ENOUGH
Me either. (Deep Purple Mk 2, Into the Fire, Berlin.)
I will say, though: as much as I love seeing kids in the crowd responding to the music, when someone takes a solo PLEASE FUCKING CONCENTRATE ON THE SOLOIST not someone’s feet or the blond stoner yawning. Why can’t camerapeople ever get this right?
Killing Joke - Pssyche (B-Side of Wardance)
Malicious Damage Records (Rough Trade) 1980
Fucking Brilliant. And that movie should be coming out anytime now, yeah?
May the Wheel turn in your favor!
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A prehistoric forest, an eerie landscape including the trunks of hundreds of oaks that died more than 4,500 years ago, has been revealed by the ferocious storms which stripped thousands of tons of sand from beaches in Cardigan Bay…
…Scientists have identified pine, alder, oak and birch among the stumps which are occasionally exposed in very stormy winters, such as in 2010, when a stretch of tree remains was revealed conveniently opposite the visitor centre.
The skeletal trees are said to have given rise to the local legend of a lost kingdom, Cantre’r Gwaelod, drowned beneath the waves. The trees stopped growing between 4,500 and 6,000 years ago, as the water level rose and a thick blanket of peat formed.
While we’re on the subject of trees…
Virgil Finlay. Illustrations for The City of the Dead, The Shadowy Third, The Angry Street, The Triggered Dimension, The Mad Planet, Full Moon, And Not in Peace, Being and The Moon Pool. 1946-1954.
Nice work outta New Jersey. Very impressed that he took time out to get certified as a Sommelier—art and wine is a devastating combination!
And finished! I had to keep the levels of tone and shading simple, as the printing of it will be kind of basic, small, and on colored paper. So not TOO much different, mostly fussing with levels, fixing the Ouija board, and throwing down some shading.
Reblog and share the birdie love. :P
Angela is a freelance illustrator currently living and working in New York. She graduated from the Fashion Institute of Technology in 2011 with a BFA in Illustration. Since then she has been featured in a number of magazines and shows. Her work is a combination of traditional and digital media which is reminiscent of a classical storybook illustration. Besides artwork, Angela enjoys traveling, birding and photography. She is open to comments, commissions, or questions and is currently available for illustration jobs of any kinds and is looking for an art rep. Thanks sosuperawesome for this Curator’s Monday sharing.
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