"Talkin’ to some rich folks that you know
Listening to “Dead Flowers" by the Rolling Stones on Sticky Fingers
How shall I protest while maintaining positivity? This example may help me learn how …
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She comes in colors
Siouxsie Sioux of Siouxsie and the Banshees.
The Banshees were a British rock band formed in 1976 by vocalist Siouxsie Sioux and bassist Steven Severin. Initially associated with the English punk rock scene, the band rapidly evolved to create “a form of post-punk discord full of daring rhythmic and sonic experimentation”. The Times cited Siouxsie and the Banshees as “one of the most audacious and uncompromising musical adventurers of the post-punk era.” The group also became inspirational in the creation and development of the gothic rock genre.
Goodnight, Tumblrs! Hope you have wet dreams … time after time after time :)
Hulk by Lee Weeks
Muerto Mouse — Lalo Alcaraz, 2013
In the wake of reports that Disney had intended to trademark the phrase Dia de los Muerto for an upcoming animated feature, illustrator and cartoonist Lalo Alcaraz created this incredibly great poster of a “dia de los” Mickey Mouse ravaging its immense corporate power a la Godzilla through the streets of Everytown, USA. Alcaraz gets it right from the saucer shaped ears right down to the button-like gaps through Muerto Mouse’s hip bone.
The illustration works under the protections of fair use on all kinds of fronts:
- Disney’s original image has been substantially changed.
- It’s transformative, as Disney has never depicted Mickey as a giant, skeletal monster.
- It is parody.
- It is commentary on a real world news item.
¡Muy bueno, señor Alcaraz!