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A German Artist Peter Pink has created these hilarious series of installations made from vegetables (potatoes & cucumbers) wearing sunny glasses titled “a nonsense maker”.
“My inspiration a lot of the times comes from the need to clown, comment, or question things I don’t agree with. Things where everyone around me is like ‘Yeah,’ and I’m like ‘Really?’ I like asking questions and I see life as something to be curious about, not something I need answers for.”
Back in 1973 I experienced a life changing moment watching Top of the Pops on British TV when David Bowie appeared on the screen.
Not only did he project the image of a rock god, he was wearing an astonishing and provocative outfit, unlike anything I’d seen before.
And then there was the make-up and face paint. The family gulped as this androgyonous figure duetted on his single, Starman, with his gold-clad, blonde Adonis of a guitarist, Mick Ronson.
Bowie was Ziggy Stardust, part man, part alien, a mutant from another planet – aided and abetted by his motley crew, The Spiders from Mars.
This star man thrilled not only because he seemed to speak directly from the telly like an evangelist peddling rock ’n ’roll, but he was just so cool, oozing style from every pore.
I was an instant convert to his intelligent glam rock with its arty leanings…
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To celebrate the release of Star Trek: Into Darkness this month, we’ll be running through the first season of the classic Star Trek all this month. Check back daily to get ready to boldly go. It’s only logical.
When I talk about the surreal sixties energy that really holds quite a bit of Star Trek together, it’s quite possible that it sounds like a back-handed compliment, a cheap and easy gig at a cult television show. However, I mean that sincerely. When I argue that the illogical and somewhat scattershot dynamism of the last act of Court Martial can barely hold the patchwork script together, it’s quite possible that I sound like I’m being sarcastic. However, my affection for the mad-cap mayhem particular to the first iteration of Star Trek is entirely genuine. Although it makes no sense, the climax to Court Martial isn’t the problem. Everything leading up to…
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Artist Kamilla White