TYT’s Cenk Uygur talks about a pastor who, on his radio show, said that ebola coming to America may be a good thing because “it would be the great attitude adjustment,” and “solve America’s problems” including “atheism, homosexuality, promiscuity, pornography, and abortion,”
The Elysian Fields were a place in Greek mythology where the souls of heroes and righteous people went to rest. In this land of eternal peace and happiness, the souls were absolved from all suffering. They had infinite time to stroll through the pale meadows, surrounded by music, poplars and asphodels. The last, a type of flower, came to symbolize death, grief, sadness, melancholy, sentimentality — and eternity.
In the words of English poet Alfred Lord Tennyson:
Others in Elysian valleys dwell,
Resting weary limbs at last on beds of asphodel
— Marcela Paniak
<Thumbelina series> is personal project for Hans Christian Andersen’s classic fairy tale ‘Thumbelina’ using Korean folk painting ‘Minhwa민화’ style.
The objective of <Thumbelina series> is combine East and West, old and new.
Characteristic of Minhwa is blank space and flat figures. For <Thumbelina series> project, such features were illustrated and digitized. Minhwa’s figures(such as rock, water, fish, flower, Etc)are mythical symbol of wishing good luck, happiness and long life. This figures were used to illustrate the fairy tale story.
Creature from the Black Lagoon
Banqueting scenes in ancient Greek Attic red-figure pottery.
Banqueter and musician, kalos inscription (“Ho pais kalos” “The boy is handsome”). Tondo from an Attic red-figure cup, ca. 490 BC. Colmar Painter, found in Vulci.
Boy serving wine in a banquet, holding an oenochoe (wine jug) in his right hand and a kylix (shallow cup) in his left hand. Side A from and Attic red-figure kylix, ca. 460-450 BC, Euaion Painter.
Banquet scene: youth holding a kylix (shallow cup), surrounded by two young men holding skyphoi. Attic red-figure cup, ca. 490-480 BC, Cage Painter.
Luca Giordano and Sebastiano Ricci, “The Fall of the Rebel Angels.”
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