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Pablo Picasso

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by Harpo Marx, Jun 12, 2002.

  1. Harpo Marx

    Harpo Marx 12oz Senior Member

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    Pablo Picasso

    Discussion started by Harpo Marx - Jun 12, 2002

    In the past week or so I've been looking at some of Picasso's work intentionally for the first time. It's not that I didn't want to before, but rather that I was probably afraid of being overwhelmed. Needless to say, I was right. There's just something about his abstract work, almost as though it's a controlled insanity. The closest thing I can compare it to is something like grindcore, like As the Sun Sets. The first time you see it/hear it, it's jsut one big mass, that seems threatening. But then you stop, and you observe the tamed craftsmanship of chaos, almost to the point where it turns into something elegant, maybe.
    The work Ive seen blows my mind. There was one particular sketch of an abstract sort of face, but it had sort of a movie-type theme, with reels. It was interest to say the least.
    Another thing that gets me, is his talent in everything he did. If he wanted to put an idea down, he did. But at the same time, if he wanted to make a concrete, and defenite picture down, he could also do that too.
    amazing.
     
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  2. DEE38

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    DEE38 - Replied Jun 12, 2002

    Amen harpo.

    Do Salvador Dali next......

    ::shivers ::

    then,

    MARK RYDEN

    FUCKFUCKFUCK!! too good.
     
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  3. Ted Wakowski

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    Ted Wakowski - Replied Jun 13, 2002

    I heard Picasso was pretty good as well. He has some stuff at museums in certain places. I think there's a book about him too. Word.
     
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    atc - Replied Jun 13, 2002

    You know, I just found out about Mark Ryden a couple of months ago, but i had actually seen his artwork in my room without even realizing it. For those of you who are Stephen King fans, he did the cover artwork for The Regulators/Desparation, which is a weird (but fucking dope) couple of books.
    And according to Spock on a program on the history channel, Gaugin was able to deter Van Gogh from stabbing him in the dark with "simply a stare." Food for thought.
     
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    -Rage- - Replied Jun 13, 2002

    Salvador Dali....

    Un Chien Andalou (1928)
    Surrealist film

    http://www.wayney.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/uca7.jpg'>
    woman's eye being slashed with a razor blade

    [img]http://www.wayney.pwp.blueyonder.co.uk/uca13.jpg'>
    ants crawling out of a hand.
     
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    Kr430n5_666 - Replied Jun 13, 2002

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  7. atc

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    -Rage- - Replied Jun 13, 2002

    good call!
     
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    imported_YEAHMANWORD - Replied Jun 13, 2002

    i loved the regulators and desperation...i dont know why i enjoyed them so much. the artwork on the covers is a style i really like to look at.
     
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    High Priest - Replied Jun 13, 2002

    Ive never really felt any of Picasso's work, However i am a big fan ofPhil Frost.
     
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    BROWNer - Replied Jun 13, 2002

    man.....i don't even know how to put into good
    words how deadly picasso is........he is the
    total fuckin' king.
    added bonus: me and pabloid have the same birthday...
     
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    Smart - Replied Jun 13, 2002

    Well some people try to pick up girls
    And get called assholes
    This never happened to Pablo Picasso
    He could walk down your street
    And girls could not resist his stare and
    So Pablo Picasso was never called an asshole

    Well the girls would turn the color
    Of the avacado when he would drive
    Down their street in his El Dorado
    He could walk down you street
    And girls could not resist his stare
    Pablo Picasso never got called an asshole
    Not like you
    Alright

    Well he was only 5'3"
    But girls could not resist his stare
    Pablo Picasso never got called an asshole
    Not in New York

    Oh well be not schmuck, be not abnoxious,
    Be not bellbottom bummer or asshole
    Remember the story of Pablo Picasso
    He could walk down your street
    And girls could not resist his stare
    Pablo Picasso was never called an asshole
    Alright this is it

    Some people try to pick up girls
    And they get called an asshole
    This never happened to Pablo Picasso
    He could walk down your street
    And girls could not resist his stare and so
    Pablo Picasso was never called...
     
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  13. Harpo Marx

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    Harpo Marx - Replied Jun 13, 2002

    bump. Haha, Dali will be my next artist prospective. Stay tuned...
     
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    SteveAustin - Replied Jun 13, 2002

    Have you seen his "design" stuff. He did lots of bad ass posters promoting shows and what not. Really cool stuff, in addition to all his fine art work. I've got a book on his posters only. Lovin' it.
     
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    platapie - Replied Jun 13, 2002

    you know i love you?:D