Pop Art Drawing – LEONARDO (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) [BLEEBO ART]



Pop Art Drawing – LEONARDO (Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles) [BLEEBO ART]

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Leonardo
from The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Style: Pop Art
Total Time: approx. 1 hour 18 mins
Graphic Pencil & PrismaColor Markers

OTHER DISNEY SERIES Pieces:
#1 Peter Pan & Flit

#2 Snow White and TinkerBell

#3 Carl Fredricksen from UP

#4 Pluto

OTHER POP ART Piece:
BART SIMPSON as BARTMAN

PRINCESS PEACH

SUPERMAN

DAFFY DUCK

FRED FLINSTONE

POPEYE

YODA

Wonder Woman

OTHER PORTRAT DRawings:
Katniss Everdeen from The Hunger Games

Harry Potter Trio

Kate

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In San Jose, Costa Rica, Meet this Amazing Street Artist – “Salas” – May 29, 2013



I was blown away that he was able to give me this neat painting in just 12 minutes. He should open a shop – he’d have tourists lined up out the door! Cool street art photos: http://bit.ly/1aBMIwc
More street painting photos: http://bit.ly/15c03uF
More street artist photos: http://bit.ly/13ZPISR

Photos – Costa Rica: http://bit.ly/170z9t6

San Jose, Capital of Costa Rica: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/San_Jose,_Costa_Rica_

Costa Rica: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Costa_Rica
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Posted by Pascal Rey Photographies on 2017-04-20 08:26:44

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Can I Have Your Autograph?

Being a celebrity means dealing with fan demands for autographs, ranging from polite and appropriate to rude and overbearing. One time Katherine Hepburn was performing on Broadway and tried to exit backstage through a crowd of jostling autograph hounds. Bodyguards helped her to her limo and once safely inside the very private star rolled down the window and shouted,” Run em down! We’ll clean up the blood later!” The crowd scattered and the limousine sped away, pausing long enough for Hepburn to roll down the window and wave goodbye to her fans, accompanied by an evil laugh. Strangely enough, when she lived in Beverly Hills the seclusion loving Hepburn developed the habit of sneaking into her neighbor’s houses as a hobby. She became expert at climbing trees, avoiding alarms and dogs, and revealing herself just before her nervous neighbors called the police.

Walt Disney had the strange experience in the 1930s of having his name famous around the world when his face was not. Often he would forget his identification and that combined with his casual attire sometimes kept him out of fancy restaurants. Later in the 50’s he became a recognized figure because of his television hosting duties. The lack of anonymity made it increasingly difficult for him to walk through Disneyland without being badgered for autographs. Disney struggled not to be brusque while explaining he didn’t have time, he was trying to make the park a better place. In the 60’s when the company was trying to purchase Florida marshland for a second amusement park, he was warned by his advisors to stay away from the state, the real estate prices would go up once the identity of the buyer was known. But Disney couldn’t resist. Eating in a Orlando diner Walt was approached by a curious waitress,”Pardon me. Aren’t you Walt Disney?” Walt who was known for being brutally honest, replied,” Hell no! And if I see that sob, I’ll give him a piece of my mind.”

Stars making movies at Universal Studios often try to avoid tour guides leading autograph hounds. One particular fellow became ingenious at tracking down Michael Caine, who toyed with the idea of having the young man fired, then decided, “What the hell, I’ll just sign” and was gracious. It turned out to be a good move, the tour guide was Mike Ovitz who later became the most powerful talent agent in Hollywood.

When stardom is new, autograph signing can be a thrill. One night in Paris the 60 year old Cary Grant and 25 year old Sophia Loren wished to go out to dinner. “But the people will come up to us. I can’t stand it!” said the jaded Briton. “I love it,” said Sophia. When they left their hotel Grant complete with his hat pulled down,dark glasses, his scarf wrapped around his face, and his huge overcoat looked like the Invisible Man. Sophia looked like Sophia. As they walked the streets of Paris people began to come up to her for autographs which she joyfully signed. After a few fan encounters Grant began to get jealous. Down came the hat, off came the glasses, the coat and the scarf and soon he was standing under neon lights to get noticed.

Another English actor named Grant was thrilled by his breakout stardom due to the movie Four Weddings And A Funeral (1994). Hugh Grant would drive around New York looking for theaters where the film was playing then get out and wait in line, happy for the attention and to sign autographs. Later when he was arrested in Los Angeles for hiring prostitute Divine Brown, he turned down requests to put his signature on tabloids containing his mug shot.

Some actors just sign despite their annoyance. One time Arnold Schwarzenegger was being interviewed at a press junket when a reporter asked him for an autograph for his mother, a big no-no. The star grimaced and said,”Of course. I wouldn’t want to disappoint your mother.” He paused then added,” I’m sure you have disappointed her enough already.”

Autographs can cause internal conflicts for stars who take themselves too seriously. During the making of Klute (1971) Donald Sutherland received a written request from a fan who wished for an autograph for his daughter. Sutherland showed the letter to his humorless girlfriend Jane Fonda who expressed a strong opinion that he should not sign it, autographs imply that movie actors are somehow superior to others. Sutherland bowed to her philosophy and wrote a letter stating his reasons for refusing the request. The man wrote him back,”Dear Mr. Sutherland, thank you for your letter. We think you are full of it but we ripped off the signature and gave it to our daughter.”

@CORUMWATCH : Pop Art & Pop Horlogerie (Nelson De la Nuez) ••• LES HEURES POP DU PAPE DE LA POP



(en français ci-après)

•••• Between Pop Art and Pop Horlogerie – Nelson De La Nuez
The blend of creative energy and rebellious spirit exuded by Bubble watches has allowed Corum to break the rules of luxury watchmaking and create a language that is unique to the range. Giving artists free rein to reinterpret a collection in their own image, it is now the turn of American artist Nelson De La Nuez, the King of Pop Art, to re-imagine his own models, his own exclusive collection.

•••• Entre Pop Art et Pop Horlogerie
Alliant une énergie créative à un esprit rebelle, les montres Bubble permettent à Corum d’enfreindre les règles de l’horlogerie de luxe et de créer une langue propre à cette gamme. La marque donne carte blanche à des artistes pour refaçonner une collection à leur image, invitant cette fois-ci l’Américain Nelson De La Nuez, le King of Pop Art, à imaginer un ensemble de modèles exclusifs.
Tout bien réfléchi, nous pouvons nous demander pourquoi Corum et Nelson De La Nuez n’ont pas noué de partenariat plus tôt, tant il semblait inévitable que leurs deux mondes finiraient par se rencontrer. Jérôme Biard, PDG de Corum, s’en est d’ailleurs étonné alors qu’il visitait une galerie d’art : « Nelson De La Nuez est l’un de ces artistes qui s’affranchissent des tendances, créent leur propre univers en s’inspirant de leur environnement et parviennent constamment à innover ».
En offrant au King of Pop Art la possibilité de créer cette nouvelle collection, Corum se démarque une fois de plus, non pas en s’imprégnant simplement de chefs-d’œuvre mais en faisant de ses montres Bubble de véritables œuvres d’art. Actuellement en cours d’élaboration, la collection intégrale Corum Bubble de Nelson De La Nuez sera dévoilée au public à l’occasion de l’Art Basel de Miami en décembre 2017.

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Art Pop

Art Pop

Posted by Thomas Hawk on 2012-08-09 23:10:58

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