Friday, March 16, 2012

Link Round-Up: March 16, 2012

Godzilla vs the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man by Rabittooth

DC Nation Shows Us How to Draw Robin

For $3000, you too can live in a Hobbit hole

Guerrilla Tree Sculptor Takes Over UK Town

Mondo's Amazing New Gallery Opens with Sci-Fi Art at SXSW 2012

The mystery itself is a masterpiece: A $10 million painting by Degas — a simple figure of a ballerina in a yellow and red tutu pointing her toe – vanished from the New York City apartments of reclusive heiress Huguette Clark, and wound up, innocently enough, on the living room wall of Henry Bloch, a Kansas art collector better known as the “H” in the tax company H&R Block. How it got there is a multi-layered tale involving one of the more colorful transactions in the history of high-end art.
For readers who have been following the Clark mystery story on, this episode provides a new piece of evidence that could be important in the legal battle over her $400 million estate.

What Fantasy Art Looked Like Before Photoshop

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