pixography
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Ron English

One of the most prolific and recognizable artists alive today, Ron English has bombed the global landscape with unforgettable images, on the street, in museums, in movies, books and television. English coined the term POPaganda to describe his signature mash-up of high and low cultural touchstones, from superhero mythology to totems of art history. He still considers his work “a success if [he] doesn’t go to jail”.

pixography:

Ron English

One of the most prolific and recognizable artists alive today, Ron English has bombed the global landscape with unforgettable images, on the street, in museums, in movies, books and television. English coined the term POPaganda to describe his signature mash-up of high and low cultural touchstones, from superhero mythology to totems of art history. He still considers his work “a success if [he] doesn’t go to jail”.

drdavidmrmack

drdavidmrmack:

drdavidmrmack:

KABUKI rash guard back in stock! These quickly sold out of stock when first released, but Gawakoto just got only 100 in from the factory: You can order now right here: http://store.gawakotoclothing.co.uk/

drdavidmrmack:

drdavidmrmack:

The SCARAB women’s rash guard from Gawakoto is now finally available for online order! You can order it online right here at this link!
David Mack X Gawakoto collaboration is now finally available on-line. After a successful debut at the SDCC, you can now purchase the official David Mack’s Noh Wear.

Our first offering is this women’s rashguard. This features the beautiful yet deadly ‘Scarab’, a character from the David’s Kabuki graphic novels.

'Unstable Molecules' is also available to purchase. Which features the lavish brushwork of David. Available for both men & women.

Go buy— http://store.gawakotoclothing.co.uk/Noh-Wear_c_17.html

Great video review of the new KABUKI Gi, from the makers of this KABUKI rash guard KABUKI sportswear.  Very informative and visual video/audio review: 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=M1EGG-8LxLE

Thank you for making the MUSE art book a success! Reached the goal to make it TWICE as large with 7 days still left:
https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/337503446/david-mack-muse-life-drawings-2012-2014
dr-grayson
dr-grayson:

ungoliantschilde:

thecomicsvault:

THE AVENGERS #58 (Nov. 1968)Art by John Buscema (pencils) & George Klein (inks) Words by Roy Thomas
Okay, everybody here is/or will be represented (more or less) in the MCU. When’s T’Chala’s turn?

I’d pick Idris Elba for T’Challa. In a heartbeat.
Richard Roundtree as T’Challa’s Father, T’Chaka.
Pam Grier as T’Challa’s Mom.
and Christoph Waltz as the Belgian Mercenary employed to conquer and assess the values of Wakanda, Ulysses Klaw.

Only thing I’d change about this is that I would cast Djimon Hounsou (Blood Diamond, Guardians of the Galaxy Etc) as Panter he’s already been hired once before (by Marvel) and I think he would make the role particularly authentic. That and I really like him as a dramtic actor and I don’t see Elba having the time to play Panther considering he’s going to be the next Bond. 

I actually considered Djimon, but I like the presence that Idris brings to the screen more. I think he has a presence and a build that commands more respect than Djimon. I buy Djimon as the Panther, not as the Statesman. I think Idris would be great at both, and nobody’s been cast as 007 except Daniel Craig. Anything else concerning the casting of 007 is premature until it has been announced by the studio in the way that they do.In truth, I think Bokeem Woodbine would be perfect, but he is too short.

dr-grayson:

ungoliantschilde:

thecomicsvault:

THE AVENGERS #58 (Nov. 1968)
Art by John Buscema (pencils) & George Klein (inks) 
Words by Roy Thomas

Okay, everybody here is/or will be represented (more or less) in the MCU. When’s T’Chala’s turn?

I’d pick Idris Elba for T’Challa. In a heartbeat.

Richard Roundtree as T’Challa’s Father, T’Chaka.

Pam Grier as T’Challa’s Mom.

and Christoph Waltz as the Belgian Mercenary employed to conquer and assess the values of Wakanda, Ulysses Klaw.

Only thing I’d change about this is that I would cast Djimon Hounsou (Blood Diamond, Guardians of the Galaxy Etc) as Panter he’s already been hired once before (by Marvel) and I think he would make the role particularly authentic. That and I really like him as a dramtic actor and I don’t see Elba having the time to play Panther considering he’s going to be the next Bond. 

I actually considered Djimon, but I like the presence that Idris brings to the screen more. I think he has a presence and a build that commands more respect than Djimon.

I buy Djimon as the Panther, not as the Statesman. I think Idris would be great at both, and nobody’s been cast as 007 except Daniel Craig.

Anything else concerning the casting of 007 is premature until it has been announced by the studio in the way that they do.

In truth, I think Bokeem Woodbine would be perfect, but he is too short.

thecomicsvault
thecomicsvault:

THE AVENGERS #58 (Nov. 1968)Art by John Buscema (pencils) & George Klein (inks) Words by Roy Thomas
Okay, everybody here is/or will be represented (more or less) in the MCU. When’s T’Chala’s turn?

I’d pick Idris Elba for T’Challa. In a heartbeat.Richard Roundtree as T’Challa’s Father, T’Chaka. Pam Grier as T’Challa’s Mom.and Christoph Waltz as the Belgian Mercenary employed to conquer and assess the values of Wakanda, Ulysses Klaw.

thecomicsvault:

THE AVENGERS #58 (Nov. 1968)
Art by John Buscema (pencils) & George Klein (inks) 
Words by Roy Thomas

Okay, everybody here is/or will be represented (more or less) in the MCU. When’s T’Chala’s turn?

I’d pick Idris Elba for T’Challa. In a heartbeat.

Richard Roundtree as T’Challa’s Father, T’Chaka.

Pam Grier as T’Challa’s Mom.

and Christoph Waltz as the Belgian Mercenary employed to conquer and assess the values of Wakanda, Ulysses Klaw.