On this page, I'll post relevant materials I come across and that you send me!
Thanks to Brittany for sending this remarkable collection of convincingly recolored black and white photos.
from 22Words. Many more photos here.
Great New Yorker Article about the discoverers of Chauvet Cave-- apparently this is the article that inspired Werner Herzog to want to make Cave of Forgotten Dreams.
Thanks to Santiago for moving Ted Talk on creativity
Thanks to Carol for sending me this great video link:
Several surrealist or surrealist-influenced film clips
Disney&Dali... Destino, begun in 1946, below. Anyone know if this is the version restored by Roy Disney in 2003 or from the original?
Dream sequence designed by Dali in Hitchcock's Spellbound 1945, below
Salvador Dali and Luis Bunuel, The Andalusian Dog, trailer, below. Warning, graphic content:
New Reseach Suggests that Paleolithic Cave Paintings may have prefigured Film Animation. Check out this video.
And, on the subject of animation, a great video from street artist BLU.
MUTO a wall-painted animation by BLU from blu on Vimeo.
More new research in Cave painting suggests that both Egyptian Pyramids and Franco-Cantabrian Cave PAinting demonstrate understanding of the same Earth-Sky Map. Read about it here
Nick Cave designs sound suits and choreographs the dancers who wear them.
Killer Mike takes his inspiration from Renaissance to 18th century European paintings...
And Hold your Horses also used the History of Art as the source for all the tableau's in their video for "70 Million."... hopefully by the end of the year you'll be able to recognize all of these paintings... or nearly all!