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Jean-Luc Godard Pushes the Boundaries of 3D Film with “Goodbye to Language”

March 30th, 2015 Posted by Featured, Film No Comment yet

More important is the mysticism at the heart of the film. For Godard, art allows us to access a more fundamental reality – one deeper than language can communicate. All of the film’s dialogue is just a way of circling around that inexpressible point, a point well made with a line of Claude Monet’s: “Paint not what we see, for we see nothing…but paint that we don’t see.”

Stephen Wiltshire (London, England)

September 24th, 2012 Posted by Art, Featured No Comment yet

Mr. Wiltshire is truly an artistic historian, preserving our cities in their intricate oneness. It’s amazing how Stephen’s illustrations feel as if they pulsate. Whether the detail from a veranda in the French Quarter in New Orleans, or a view from above Manhattan or Tokyo, these incredible images convey each of these great places. The pause button gets hit from memorable vantage points through this dudes’ pen, and the world will have been better for it.

To be clear, and as a result or byproduct of his autism, Stephen can draw these scenes after one visit… from memory. Yea.

Check out his London store if you’re on that side of the pond, he also has a gift shop and books available. We’ll definitely keep up with Stephen Wiltshire’s illustrations of uber-detailed bird’s eye views and other worthy angles.

Stephen Wiltshire’s Website