Nick Blinko illustrates H.P. Lovecraft’s, Pickman’s Model!

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Absolutely stunning, psychedelic ceiling design from Islamic mosques in Iran

The art of sacred geometry is no joke!

Huge collection of original Frank Frazetta art to be auctioned

Even if you don’t have the thousands to drop, the pdf catalog is well worth a look.

frank frazetta - LORD OF THE SAVAGE JUNGLE. (1965)

R.I.P. to Japanese Fantasy Artist and Illustrator, Noriyoshi Ohrai

Can’t you see that Holzer mane? Happy birthday, Baby Jane.

Make me a deal and make it straight
All signed and sealed, I’ll take it
To Robert E. Lee I’ll show it
I hope and pray he don’t blow it ’cause
We’ve been around a long time just try try try tryin’ to
Make the big time

Take me on a roller coaster
Take me for an airplane ride
Take me for a six days wonder but don’t you
Don’t you throw my pride aside besides
What’s real and make believe
Baby Jane’s in Acapulco We are flyin’ down to Rio
Throw me a line I’m sinking fast
Clutching at straws can’t make it
Havana sound we’re trying hard edge the hipster jiving
Last picture shows down the drive-in
You’re so sheer you’re so chic
Teenage rebel of the week
Flavours of the mountain steamline
Midnight blue casino floors
Dance the cha-cha through till sunrise
Open up exclusive doors oh wow!

Just like flamingos look the same
So me and you, just we two got to search for something new
Far beyond the pale horizon
Some place near the desert strand
Where my Studebaker takes me
That’s where I’ll make my stand but wait
Can’t you see that Holzer mane?
What’s her name Virginia Plain

One of the most extensive Yayoi Kusama retrospectives to be exhibited in Denmark…

at the Louisiana Museum of Modern Art in Humlebæk, which is currently exhibiting a Lucien Freud collection as well. Lucky Danes!

Photos from the world’s most renowned crime photographer, Weegee, taken on the set of Dr Strangelove!

What’s not to love about this? You’ve got Arthur Fellig, aka Weegee, taking behind the scenes photos of one of the greatest movies ever. Thanks as always to Dangerous Minds!

New exhibitions from Destroy All Monsters’, Mike Kelley and Jim Shaw

While Niagara may be the Queen of the Juxtapoz set, Pop Art world, her fellow bandmates from the original version of Destroy All Monsters, Mike Kelley and Jim Shaw, are highly respected artists in their own right. Coincidentally Jim Shaw has a new collection on display at the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, while the deceased Kelley is the subject of a retrospective at Hauser and Wirth in New York City