Category Archives: Art

Art and Architecture Du Jour: The Broad Museum, Los Angeles

Blowhard, Esq. writes: Billionaire real estate developer and arts philanthropist Eli Broad has opened a new museum in downtown Los Angeles for his contemporary art collection. I got a chance to check it out on my Xmas vacation.

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The Genius of Neon Park

Sir Barken Hyena writes: Somewhere Over the Rainbow: The Art of Neon Park, Last Gasp 2001 Because of his famous record covers for Zappa and Little Feat, among others, I have been aware of Neon Park since childhood, but until I stumbled … Continue reading

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Don’t Go To College, Create Your Own For $4,000

Blowhard, Esq. writes: One of the most fascinating spectacles of 2015 was the hilarious and horrifying student protests across American universities. The Red Guard hysteria spread from one campus to another with a voraciousness that would make the Bubonic plague jealous: Mizzou, … Continue reading

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Happy Thanksgiving

Blowhard, Esq. writes: Click on the image to enlarge.

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Why Wasn’t I Invited?

Blowhard, Esq. writes: Dita knows how to throw a tea party. Photo stolen from her FB page. Related Ms. Von Teese was previously our pick for Naked Lady of the Week. The photo above was shot in the penthouse of Los … Continue reading

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Virtual Art Gallery Du Jour: Umberto Brunelleschi

Blowhard, Esq. writes: Please enjoy these erotic illustrations by the Italian artist Umberto Brunelleschi. Related I’ve previously featured galleries of art by Ivan Aivazovsky, Gerda Wegener, Steve Ditko, Dan DeCarlo, and portraits of reclining female nudes.

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Amor Para Siempre

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