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Wednesday, November 23, 2011

the 3 muses - entertainment

music, movies.... everything "entertainment" is the theme at the 3 muses this week...
i took the chance to make a little homage to klaus kinski, who really walked the line between genius and insanity... he died 20 years ago.

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  1. Haha wie cool.
    Das nenne ich mal Entertainment *LOL*

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  2. A great if very strange movie. This is wonderful, Johanna. You have captured the darkness of the story so well. Wonderful artwork.

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  3. Very interesting Johanna! I'm always learning something new. Hugs xx

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  4. Ho, I adore this mad man!
    His appearance & insane spirit made me a real fan when I was very young
    (after having seen "Aguirre ou la colère de Dieu")....
    Your work is beautiful!

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  5. Yikes! Definitely entertaining, but pretty scary, too.

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  6. Ahhh Claus Kinski as Caunt Dracula
    would be honored for this tribute on his dying day!
    I remember that his daughter Natasja had romances with Roman Polanski and Quincy Jones.

    A genius choice Johanna !!

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  7. Johanna, you have created a delicious darkness here, and oh what a tribute this is to the man himself. A standing ovation from my corner is in order.

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  8. Your art portrayed the man just as you described him, Johanna. Very nice work!

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  9. Creepy, very creepy, but, yes, those old scary movies were entertaining, too! You've captured the frightening aspect very well...eek!

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  10. OMG, Klaus Kinski - that's a blast from my past!!! Good job!
    I have linked to you in my Nancy Donaldson post today - loved your photos for her texture challenge!! I think we have become a little obsessed, don't you?

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  11. This would be great as a huge, framed poster in a very starkly decorated contemporary dwelling.

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  12. Awesome! Love your texture work below, too! xxoo

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