David Armand (as interpretive dancer Johann Lippowitz) and Natalie Imbruglia perform "Torn" at the Secret Policeman's Ball 2006. I love it!
Thursday, February 23, 2017
Calgary based artist Jeff de Boer crafts protective ensembles for cats and mice. He draws inspiration from different time periods and countries, including Edo period Japan and Medieval England. Each piece of armour can take up to 200 hours to create.
"Boer has never put a mouse in the armor, but he has put one of his cats inside and has the scars to prove it." Pieces sell for as much as $25,000. I guess I won't be buying one for Joyce.
London street artist Bambi has daubed an Islington wall with an image of Theresa May waltzing with Donald Trump - labelling it “Lie Lie Land”.
Bambi’s pieces, which have depicted figures including David Beckham, Ai Weiwei, the Queen and an Afghan war hero, are often inspired by everyday materials she sees reflective of contemporary society.
Do you feel like time is dragging since Trump was elected? Here are a few activities to keep you occupied while you wait for him to be deposed. Brilliant.