Sunday, June 11, 2006

The Man Who Heard His Paintbox Hiss

Intriguing article by Ossian Ward in the Telegraph about a new exhibition of Wassily Kandinsky's work at the Tate Modern, which explores " the artist used his synaesthesia - the capacity to see sound and hear colour - to create the world's first truly abstract paintings."

Coconino Classics

Lovely French website featuring classic early cartoons such as Little Nemo, Krazy Kat, and lots of others. Run, don't walk, over to check it out. Thanks to Overton Loyd for the link.
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