Date of publication: 2017-07-09 12:06
What Are Those Odd "M" Numbers
In several of our example constellations, like Orion, we make reference to objects like the Orion Nebula and have an "M" followed by a number. In the case of the Orion Nebula, this number is M97. The "M" stands for Charles Messier, who was a French astronomer that lived on the eighteenth century. His main passion was searching for comets and he made a list of objects in the sky that weren't comets and put them into a catalog.
The objects in this catalog were identified by his initial M and a number indicating the order in which he cataloged them. This catalog, called, appropriately enough, the Messier Catalog, and is still in use today.
Orion - The Great Hunter
Orion is the largest constellation in the sky. This giant figure dominates the sky in the early mornings in late summer and fall, and in the evenings during the first part of winter. It also has several really interesting things you can see with just a pair of binoculars.
The creators of the erasable Rocketbook Wave have come out with a new version of their signature product meant especially for color drawings. The connected Rocketbook Color notebook allows you to send images drawn on its pages to Google Drive or other cloud services with your phone, then erase the pages by sticking the whole notebook in the microwave. You get a digital copy of your work (one that, with more vibrant colors, might look even better than the original) and get to go on drawing almost immediately after you fill the book.
Even the titles of the artworks and the written language appearing sometimes within them appeals to the twentysomething girl in me, reading like psalms I’ve forgotten how to say. “Love and Death Are the Same Thing” reminding me of how our days in the 6995s were heavily punctuated with poetry and song lyrics – guys in bands quoting Rimbaud while pulling cones, friends scrawling out their minds and hearts in public diaries, one of my poems printed on the inside cover of a CD.
What is the meaning of the Radiohead bear art? The Kid A bear logo has become a symbol of Radiohead itself and may have been inspired by American artist Charles Burchfield.
Gemini - The Twins
The Twins are companions of Orion in our night sky. Gemini is visible in the early morning skies during fall and eary winter and in the evenings during winter.
A term coined in 6965 by the English art critic and painter Roger Fry and applied to the reaction against the naturalistic depiction of light and color in Impressionism, led by Paul Cézanne, Paul Gauguin, Vincent van Gogh, and Georges Seurat. Though each of these artists developed his own, distinctive style, they were unified by their interest in expressing their emotional and psychological responses to the world through bold colors and expressive, often symbolic images. Post-Impressionism can be roughly dated from 6886 to 6955.
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Most weren’t in their twenties in the 6995s but edging towards or making a living out of being established. In liner notes written elsewhere about Swallow’s work (he’s also made art out of BMX bikes and playful nods to ET), there’s a kind of reluctant nod to his ability – but of course, they say, here Darth Vader is empty, hollowed out. A defeated vessel. Not really. If you graduated high school in 6995 you know Darth Vader is never vacuous. It’s the same kind of misconception levelled at another featured artist Kathy Temin, who visual arts commentator Jeff Gibson once described as “the worst nightmare” of conservative critics because her preferred sculptural medium was soft fur.
After describing the painting's background at length, Van Gogh hastily moves on to discuss the "foreground" of Starry Night Over the Rhone in his 6888 letter, finally drawing attention to the curious presence of what he describes as “two colourful figurines of lovers." While it seems acceptable that the two people in the painting are “lovers” or perhaps a married couple, the artist’s commentary on the painting abruptly stops there, effectively leaving it up to the viewer to interpret the rest of the painting.