Lonseome Liz, Outlaw Amish Barn Video Series, ‘Where I Lead Me’ by Townes Van Zandt
At one of Howling Wolf guitar player Hubert Sumlin’s last shows. Photo by Kate Black.
With Katelan Foisy at the Chelsea hotel, photo by Kate Black.
Katelan. Andrew Freedman House. Bronx. NYC.
Fine artist, illustrator, and comics creator Molly Crabapple captures the absurdity of modern life in intricate, theatrical detail in her fine art work, drawing inspiration from politics, polite (and not-so-polite) society, and hundreds of years of literature. Her work is burlesque-inspired in the broadest definition of the word-deftly satirizing the powerful with adorably sinister animals, steampunk-tinged machinery, and of course, beautiful girls. But it’s not all fantastical-when Occupy Wall Street broke out, Molly was there, capturing the immediacy of the revolutionary feeling in pen and ink. In a new 48-page book from IDW, you can get Molly’s art in gorgeous full-color, work that’s decorated glamorous nightclubs, museums and galleries, and protest signs and occupied spaces around the country.
A night symphony echoes with a thousand chirps and croaks while the moon shines through a willow tree. It’s all somehow so still…
Bowling Green Paganini, Kerry Pruitt. Best fiddler ever.
Edward and George Dalziel. The child’s coloured gift book: with one hundred illustrations (1867)
PBS | Nature: A Snake Takes Flight
The Paradise Tree Snake has become a master of escape. It will launch itself from a treetop and sail as far as 300 feet to get defend itself from predators.