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12-Year-Old Child Prodigy Autumn de Forest is Selling Paintings for $25,000

Jul 27, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

It's not uncommon for discerning art collectors to drop thousands on a new artwork for their walls, but it's not as commonplace for the piece to be by a 12-year-old. Then again, most people would never guess these seemingly Warhol-inspired works to have been painted by a kid.... Read More

Annie Leibovitz's Massive Career Consolidated in $2,500 476-Page Book

Jul 25, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

With a career that's lasted over 40 years, everyone knows Annie Leibovitz by now. The iconic artist was the chief photographer for Rolling Stone, the first contributing photographer for Vanity Fair after its revival, and has been behind some of the most famous advertising campaigns. Many may try and copy her, but her portraiture style is instantly recognizable as something inherently her own. With so much work in her catalog, it must have been quite the feat to collect her photos in a SUMO-sized book for Taschen, but she did it and the art world rejoices. [Warning: One of the following pictures is NSFW]... Read More

Official Trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey Finally Gives Us a Peek Inside Christian Grey's Sex Dungeon

Jul 24, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

The first official trailer for Fifty Shades of Grey finally hit the Internet today after premiering on Today, and the world was never the same. The trailer opens with mousy Anastasia Steele (Dakota Johnson) preparing herself to meet the sexually dominant Christian Grey (Jamie Dornan) for the first time and if knee grabbing and longing looks are your thing, this film clip has it all. ... Read More

20,000 Days on Earth Investigates Nick Cave's Psyche & Boldly Redefines the Music Documentary Genre

Jul 18, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

There's a scene in 20,000 Days on Earth in which Nick Cave chauffeurs Kylie Minogue around Brighton in a black 1980s Jaguar XJ as she reflects back on having first met him. The front passenger seat is left open for us, the audience, as an invitation into a music documentary that's not quite real. In fact, everything you see has been constructed and the car you're in is more like a dream. Though the ambitious film is artistically pieced together and wrapped in fiction by Iain Forsyth and Jane Pollard—and co-written by Cave himself—it's actually the most beautifully honest reflection of art's transformative power you may ever see. ... Read More

Hang Out With Han Solo & Chewbacca By Winning a Role in Star Wars: Episode VII

Jul 17, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

It seems like the newest trend is for hugely anticipated film and television programs to offer fans a chance to win an on-camera role by donating to a good cause—either to fund the project itself or to raise money for charity. Even author George R.R. Martin got into it when he offered Game of Thrones fans the opportunity to win a spot in his upcoming A Song of Ice and Fire novel by donating to The Wild Spirit Wolf Sanctuary in New Mexico. And now, ladies and gentleman, you have the chance to be cast in the highly anticipated Star Wars: Episode VII! ... Read More

Artist Eric Joyner Reimagines The Usual Suspects With Donut-Loving Robots

Jul 1, 2014  |   Contributor: Mila Pantovich

Artist Eric Joyner combines two of our favorite things in the world: donuts and robots. His art depicts an alternative outcome of World War II, one in which those little tin toy robots exported from Japan from the 1940s to the 1960s live out their lives among us.... Read More

 
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