related video: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ejr9KBQzQPM
camera by Toby Goodshank
narration by Phoebe Kreutz
WE DID WHAT TO THE JOHN LENNON WALL?!, ANDY WARHOL, WW2 BUNKER// Vegans Abroad
I’ve spent 5 weeks abroad in Europe, my goal is to demonstrate how easy it is to eat vegan while abroad and away from home! Please enjoy!
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Music by Chilled Cow: https://soundcloud.com/chilledcow
Artists: HANZ, Niquo
Andy Warhol Art Documentary Clip
COCA-COLA ART GALLERY
Is she a Victorian pin-up, a girl next-door, a movie star, a party hostess, a factory worker or a swimsuit beauty? Her demeanor is radiant, vivacious and breezy. She exudes youthful energy and appears picture perfect wherever she goes, dressed up in the latest fashion.
When ‘Coca-Cola’ started in the 1890s portraying these independent women, it was still a uncongenial time for a girl with big ideas. Women were discouraged from thinking beyond household drudgery, and derided if they distinguished themselves. From these early days, ‘Coca-Cola’ has used the girl portraits in unique ways, always running miles ahead of the times. ‘Coca-Cola’ encouraged and inspired women to live their lives to the fullest and share life experiences.
Far away from the proper etiquette, the ‘Coca-Cola’ girl spreads her wings, chooses hobbies of the modern age and makes a lot of fun. She is traveling, sporting, sunbathing, inviting her friends over, flirting…
From the portraits of cheerleaders at the soda fountain to the ones of iconic actresses and women in flight suits: as a symbol of women’s emancipation, it could hardly be bettered.
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Fifty years ago, during the summer of 1964, Andy Warhol began working on silkscreen paintings of flowers, a subject that would preoccupy him for the rest of his life. When Warhol had his first solo exhibition at the prestigious Leo Castelli Gallery in New York in November 1964 it consisted entirely of Flowers. Best known for his vibrant pop imagery and searing commentary on art and popular culture, Warhol’s flower imagery reveals a softer, more intimate side of the artist. In retrospect, it is also a provocative series, appropriating a powerful symbol later identified with flower-power counterculture of the 1960s, the age of peace, love, and anti-war protest. The Flowers are the only subject that Warhol revisited throughout his entire career and in almost every medium. The artist’s floral imagery is among the quietest, most beautiful, and least studied. The Cheekwood exhibition is a rare occasion when Warhol’s artificial flower images meet the floral abundance of an actual garden.
Mick Rock Art gallery show at CATM chelsea gallery NYC 3/20/2012 a film by Dean Holtermann
Andy Warhol’s Statue of Liberty will be featured in New York on November 14. One of the greatest and most powerful works from Warhol, this painting is a love letter from the fame-struck son of an immigrant family to his beloved New York. Always pushing the boundaries of art, moreover, Statue of Liberty is a pioneering example of 3-D painting, the first of its kind.
More Info: http://www.christies.com/lotfinder/paintings/andy-warhol-statue-of-liberty-5621945-details.aspx
according to http://mike-bloomfield.blogspot.com/2006/09/mike-bloomfield-living-in-fast-lane.html ” Andys Bad is from the 1977 movie of the same name with the drummer Bob Jones whispering the title (in the movie its only instrumental)”
opening scene with different version http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xwQJdHLlSdk