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Posts Tagged ‘ Classic ’

Dumbo… Again.


We’ve heard the news of the new live action ‘Lion King’ cast, and (some of us) have seen the new trailer for the new reimagining of Aladdin, but here was have a new look at yet another remake of an animated Disney “Classic”. The full trailer for Disney and director Tim Burton’s live-action remake of Dumbo debuted during the Country Music Association Awards tonight, and while this adaptation does appear to be taking a few liberties with the original story, it certainly seems to have captured the spirit of the beloved animated classic.  The movie follows a former circus star (Colin Farrell) who’s life is turned upside down when he returns home from the war. When he rejoins a troupe led by Max Medici (Danny DeVito), he becomes the carer of a newborn elephant who is the laughing stock of the circus because of his enormous ears.  When word gets out that Dumbo can fly, V.A. Vandevere (Michael Keaton) visits the circus, determined to exploit the little elephant’s magical ability for his own gain.  Check out the trailer below and let us know what you think in the usual place.

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Tali Rutman’s Photography.


Russia may be on America’s radar for some ugly reasons, but it’s on ours for some beautiful ones.  Photographer Tali Rutman has an incredible collection of photos, featuring a model painted with replicas of amazing abstract paintings.

Sculptmojis? Check It Out


We do realize we’ve been posting quite a few sculpture posts as of late, but theses are too amazing to ignore.  Ben Fearnley has created an incredible mix of CG digital art, playing on the mix of traditional sculpture art forms and modern emojis

The emoji trend isn’t slowing down anytime soon, and taking classic statues with new age faces is a fascinating concept.

Classic Hollywood.


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The Canadian illustrator Mark Summers has a unique artistic style that stems from his subject matter, and resonates not just in his finished product.  His last collection titled “Entertainment Business” when you can check out here, was one of my favorite collections of his style.  The new group that caught our eye is titled ‘Classic Hollywood’ features some of the best and brightest that were ever featured on the big screen.  Check the method below.

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Equus Bass770


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Classic styling meets modern tech with the Equus Automotive Bass770. This 640hp monster lives and breathes America Muscle. Born in Michigan, this Detroit exotic aims to put Motor City back on the map. A 6.2 Litre Supercharged V8 engine powers the Equus Bass770, and the sound is exhilarating. An all aluminum chassis with carbon fiber accent panels and an extra wide wheel base keep this prancing horse glued to the pavement.

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Inspired by the Ford Mustang, Dodge Charger and Dodge Challenger, the Bass770 truly looks like an iconic muscle car from the 70s but drives with the comfort and reliability of a modern day sports car. The only option is to put down a second mortgage on your house and get one of these bad boys, but it will be the best $290K you’ve ever spent. Topping out at a whopping 200MPH and a 0-60 time of 3.9 seconds, it is sure to keep you entertained for years.

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G-Eazy – Almost Famous


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Check out the amazing video of G-Easy following him as he reflects on his career and ponders where he has to go from here, The clip goes from classic magazine covers, with references to Rolling Stone, GQ, High Times, Hypebeast and more to show what could be as long as his famous lasts. G-Eazy’s “Almost Famous”, produced by Christoph Andersson, while the track’s accompanying one-shot music video, directed by Bobby Bruderle.

Exploded Views of Classic Sports Cars by Fabian Oefner


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Swiss artist Fabian Oefner is the best known for capturing moments in time typically invisible to the human eye. This time he represents two new series of his trademark work at MB&F M.A.D. gallery. Both projects, “Disintegrating” and “Hatch” are carefully and meticulously handcrafted images of classic sports cars, exploded, dissembled and dismantled in space. “What looks like a car falling apart is in fact a moment in time that has been created artificially by blending hundreds of individual images together. There is a unique pleasure about artificially building a moment…freezing a moment in time is stupefying”, Oefner explains.

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