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Eye On Design: Aries 1-B Spaceship Model from Kubrick’s 2001

aries 1b spaceship model photo by gail worley
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Most of the props, sets, costumes, and models from the film 2001: A Apace Odyssey (1968) were intentionally destroyed by Director Stanley Kubrick to prevent their reuse in other productions; this surviving Aries 1B Spaceship Model is a rarity.

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Eye On Design: May Queen Dress from Midsommar

may queen dress from midsomar photo by gail worley
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In the 2019 Folk Horror film Misommar,  the May Queen Dress is worn by lead character Dani (played by Florence Pugh) in the story’s intense concluding sequences. The elaborate gown features 10,000 silk flowers, including forget-me-nots, sweet peas, and butter cups, and weighs 30 pounds.

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Eye On Design: HR Giger Harkonnen Capo Chair

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The Harkonnen Capo Chair is one of the furniture designs by the late Swiss artist H. R. Giger (19402014). It is manufactured by hand chiefly out of aluminum or black fiberglass and made to resemble a human skeleton.

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Eye On Design: Winged Devil Costume from Rocketman

elton john winged devil costume photo by gail worley
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There is no doubt that the costume designer plays an essential role in cinematic storytelling. For the Elton John biopic Rocketman (2019), costume designer Julian Day’s guiding principle was: the louder, the better.

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New York Gallery Tours Offers Interactive And Fun Hugest Variety of Digital Arts Tour Via Zoom!

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Scene from Happiness By Steve Cutts

Just in time for summer, NYC is opening up to in-person cultural events and experiences a bit more each day. Even art fairs such as Frieze and the Affordable Art Fair have successfully returned, which is great news for art fans! I’ve written previously about the very fun New York Gallery Tours, where local art historian Rafael Risemberg offers small group tours in NYC’s popular Chelsea gallery district, and I’m happy to announce that those tours will expand in size as galleries increase the number of visitors allowed inside their spaces at one time. But for those who aren’t able to get out just yet, and to accommodate folks located outside of  NYC who still crave an interactive art experience, Rafael offers his virtual Digital Arts tours, which are streamed live via Zoom. Best of all: there are no Covid restrictions!

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