Carter In The Clutch

March 28th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Art History

We went deep into the NBA video archives and put together this compilation showcasing some of Vince Carter’s most clutch NBA moments. But what defines clutch? There are a lot of interpretations out there but for this video, we went with these guidelines: • Under 24 seconds left in the 4th Quarter/OT • One possession game at the time of the shot – And that goes both ways: VC’s team can be up by 2 or 3 points and his team can be down by 2 or 3 points. Something to keep in mind is that we did not include all the clutch free throws Carter has hit throughout his career with under 24 seconds left. And a lot of great shots missed the cut due to the fact that they happened with 24 seconds or more left on the clock. Vince Carter will go down in NBA history as one of the most clutch players ever to lace ‘em up. And after watching this video, you will definitely see why. NOTE: This video contains shots from games though the 09-10 regular season.

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The Rocket Jump

March 28th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Art History

Click to RT! Journey with us through video game history as we witness the first ever rocket jump. My teammates are total noobs. That dude on the turret is also a total camper. The M249 airsoft prop generously provided by! Special thanks to Kevin Klauber, Sherwin Kuo (for the sweet AT-4 prop), Lauren Haroutunian, and onedcm for providing his awesome trampoline for some greenscreen work.

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GT5 Montage Video – “Moon Over the Castle V2″ -

March 27th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in ebook Art

TGS2010 trailers are included. I love Polyphony Digital!

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Tyler The Creator – Yonkers

March 27th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Famous Art

YONKERS From Tylers Second Album GOBLIN available at Directed By Wolf Haley Filmed By Luis Panch Perez

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Indian Nipple Song

March 26th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Famous Art

An Indian song “translated” into English. (Dilbar Dilbar by Susmita Sen). Thanks to Susmita for making the song :)

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Taxi: Reverend Jim’s active test

March 26th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Famous Art

From the sitcom “Taxi,” Reverend Jim (Christopher Lloyd) takes a test for his driver’s license. Also starring Judd Hirsch, Jeff Conaway, Tony Danza, and Marilu Henner. What does a yellow light mean?

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French Art – Famous French Artists & Paintings

March 25th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Claude Monet

Claude Monet

French art has played a crucial role in many art movements, both past and present. It is perhaps best known for its influence in impressionism and the importance of the French capital, Paris, to the art world. Paris’ Louvre Museum has retained its status as one of the premier spots for art appreciation in the world and even houses The Mona Lisa, one of the world’s most famous paintings.

The key periods of French art include Prehistoric, Medieval, Renaissance & Mannerism, Baroque & Classicism, Rococo & Neoclassicism, 19th & 20th Century Contemporary movements.

The Merovingian dynasty of the Franks was significant in France and Germany., from the fifth century to the eighth century. The Merovingian period of the fifth century began a change in French art which was to continue up to the present day, with new movements being created all the time.

Merovingian’s catalyst for art development was continued on with Carolingian art over a 120-year period from 750 to 900. After Carolingian rule closed around 900, there was little more development or production of significant French art movements for some 60 years. France became a divided country at this point and there were not the right conditions for artistic creativity. The 10th and 11th centuries were dominated by local monastries who took a significant role in France’s art production at that stage.

Prior to the respected Gothic period that was the Romanesque art of Western Europe for around two hundred and fifty years, from 1000 A.D. to the middle of the 12th century in France. The name refers to the influence of, and return to, Roman styles and principles in architecture and art which this movement used.

Gothic art and architecture then took over French are for around 300 years. Whilst originating here, it actually spread quickly to other parts of Europe. The later International Gothic style had less of a reliance and prominence of religion than its former, and it then went onto the further develop from there into Renaissance art. Gothic art included sculpture, panel painting, stained glass, fresco, and illuminated manuscript most prominently.

The French invasion of Italy in the late 15th century allowed the influence of the Renaissance to fully take hold of France’s art direction and leave a mark which remains strong even today.

The French Revolution and the Napoleonic wars brought in new influences which helped to push Renaissance art into new directions and bridge the gap between Renaissance art and the later styles of Romanticism and later Impressionism.

Romanticism brought French landscape painting to the forefront and later led to Gustave Courbet and the Barbizon school as key markers in the further changes to the status quo. The late 19th century brought French Symbolism from Gustave Moreau, the professor of Matisse and Rouault, as well as Odilon Redon.

Impressionism brought an array of French art to the forefront, led by Claude Monet and his use of landscapes and carefully prepared gardens to develop artistic coverage of light changes and vivid paintings. It started the progress towards the many new styles that we have today.

For contemporary art, Impressionism, Cubism, Dada, Expressionism & Surrealism have roots in French art. The early years of the twentieth century were dominated by experiments in colour and content which Impressionism and Post-Impressionism had unleashed. This led to the likes of cubism and fauvism, which themselves have inspired some of the new art movements that appear even today.

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The Grand Rapids LipDub (NEW WORLD RECORD)

March 25th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Famous Art

The debut project by STATUS CREATIVE The international sensation that Roger Ebert calls “The Greatest Music Video Ever Made.” | Debut single from the director, Rob Bliss: Rob Bliss Events: Media Inquiries: robblissgr[at] Business Inquiries: ask[at] “The Grand Rapids LipDub Video was filmed May 22nd, with 5000 people, and involved a major shutdown of downtown Grand Rapids, which was filled with marching bands, parades, weddings, motorcades, bridges on fire, and helicopter take offs. It is the largest and longest LipDub video, to date. This video was created as an official response to the Newsweek article calling Grand Rapids a “dying city.” We disagreed strongly, and wanted to create a video that encompasses the passion and energy we all feel is growing exponentially, in this great city. We felt Don McLean’s “American Pie,” a song about death, was in the end, triumphant and filled to the brim with life and hope.” – Rob Bliss, Director & Executive Producer *Note: The “NEW WORLD RECORD” designation refers to size and scope, not duration. Storyboards and concept art by Greg Oberle. This $40000 production was entirely financed by the generosity of local sponsors that are listed below: PLATINUM SPONSORS: Amway Grand Plaza Hotel ( EasyRotor Helicopter ( Grand Vally State University ( metroPCS ( Avanti Law Group ( GOLD SPONSORS

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Dragon Year (2012-13): Fortunes of the Ox!

March 24th, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Vincent van Gogh

Vincent van Gogh

Is your birth year the Second Sign of the Chinese Zodiac? Were you 12, 24, 36, 48, 60, 72 (and so-on in 12-year increments) between 26th January 2009 and February 3rd 2010? Do your partners, friends, relatives or colleagues fall into this category? If this is so, this article might interest you. Or, if you simply want to discover more about the Ox and the Chinese 12-Animal System, read on!

The Current 12-Year Cycle, Began with Rat Year (2008) and Ends With Pig Year (2019-20) Ox Tales (Ox YEAR TWO of TWELVE 2009):

Earth Ox Year 2009 was the second of the current 12 year Ghanzhi Cycle. Huang Di, the Yellow Emperor (circa 2,700 BCE) introduced the current Chinese Calendar and Ox year was 4706 in Chinese Calendar terms.

The Ox is intelligent, hard-working a natural leader and by nature Oxen are good-tempered, but if they lose it watch out! ‘Prominent’ Oxen include Barack Obama, a Metal Ox. The Element’s hard, strong and enduring nature suggests his obvious resilience and capacity for prolonged hard work. A list of famous Oxen precedes the Ox Horoscope which follows.

In the Elemental Cycle accompanying the 12-Animal Cycle, Elements repeat twice, successively. Ox Year 2009, was second (Yin) of two Earth Years (following Yang Earth Rat Year 2008).

Key Ox-Year qualities include persistence and intelligence. Folk aligning themselves with those of outgoing Rat Year (hard work and sensitivity) first of the cycle’s 12, could build (intelligently) on their efforts through persisting in them for another year.

The Ox

Ox Years:

1901 Metal; 1913 Water; 1925 Wood; 1937 Fire; 1949 Earth; 1961 Metal; 1973 Water; 1985 Wood; 1997 Fire; 2009 Earth; 2021 Metal

Famous Oxen Include:

Napoleon Bonaparte, Paul Newman, Vincent Van Gogh, Barack Obama, Richard Burton, Jane Fonda, Charlie Chaplin, George Clooney, Clark Gable, George Frideric Handel, Aishwarya Rai, Wayne Rooney, Bill Cosby, Eddie Murphy, Robert Redford, Peter Sellers.


Oxen are intelligent, reliable and make natural leaders. They are very determined individuals who willingly endure hardships to achieve their goals. Oxen prosper through their will-power and hard work and are patient and tireless in their endeavours. Reliable, patient, calm and self-effacing they epitomise the ‘strong silent’ type, yet can be most eloquent should the occasion demand this.

Oxen, however, can also be stubborn, dogmatic and judgmental. They prefer to lead and dislike to be pushed around, consequently they frequently need to develop their listening skills. Oxen value their partners, families, and close friends highly and are good at making lasting relationships.

In relationship terms, Oxen are most compatible with those born under the Signs of the Rat and Rooster/Chicken and least compatible with the Tiger and Horse.

Ideal Ox Careers and Occupations Include:

Medicine, Physiotherapy, Construction, Military, Business, Art and Music, Law Enforcement, Education, Law, Insurance, Horticulture, Academia and Archeology.

Ox in The Dragon Year

Ox feet should remain firmly planted on the ground this year and a degree of caution exercised throughout. Uncertainty about career, at work, or with colleagues means Oxen should show patience and avoid disputes.

Swinging this-way- and-that and with potential ups-and-downs also, Ox finances need careful managing. Scrutinise all contracts meticulously before signing and check your bank-balance regularly.

Caution is also the keyword in relationship terms this year for both married and single Oxen.

In Fact

The Yellow Emperor, Huang Di (circa 2,690-2,590 BC) is credited with creation of the Chinese Calendar in its current form, although it is certain it was in use long before this. Yin/Yang and 5 Elements Theories, fundamentally affecting the way his Calendar operates (1),(2) are also credited to the Yellow Emperor and exert powerful influences on events to this day.

Dragon Year 2012-13 is Year 4,710 by this Calendar, which is also used by many other countries of S.E. Asia. The Chinese who also (not surprisingly) invented History as a Subject for study, have the longest written and consistent, chronological record of events on the Planet (one from which we can learn lots!)

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Documental; Leonardo Da Vinci 1/4

March 23rd, 2012 No Comments   Posted in Famous Art

Un estudio actualizado de la mente de este genio del Renacimiento y de las fuerzas que hicieron de su inteligencia algo unico. Visitaremos las colinas de la ciudad toscana donde nacio Leonardo en 1452. Hijo ilegitimo de un notario de clase acomodada, Leonardo no pudo dedicarse a la profesion de su padre, ni tampoco acceder a la educacion propia de un hijo legitimo. Por ello, el niño dedicaba el tiempo a estudiar los arboles y las flores ya desarrollar su pasion por las maravillas de la naturaleza, lo que le acompañaria toda su vida. Examinaremos el rico legado de sus notas, la rivalidad entre Leonardo y Miguel Angel, su trabajo como ingeniero militar, los bocetos de sus inventos, su obra mas famosa, “La Mona Lisa”, sus ultimos años, que pasó en la corte del rey frances Francisco I, asi como la muerte del que seria considerado el primer y autentico hombre renacentista. ———————————————————————————————————– An updated study of the mind of this genius of the Renaissance and the forces that made his mind something unique. Visit the hills of the Tuscan town where Leonardo was born in 1452. Illegitimate son of a notary affluent, Leonardo could not pursue the profession of his father, nor access to education a child’s own legitimate. Therefore, the child spent time studying the trees and flowers and develop their passion for the wonders of nature, which would accompany him throughout his life. Examine the rich

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