- Been a bit since I posted. Had a good and lively weekend. I’ve been saying all week that the Easter creature shouldn’t be a bunny, because bunny’s are mammals and give birth; they do not lay eggs. If anything, it should be the Easter Condor. Or maybe the Easter Velociraptor. Before someone comments to tell my WHY though — while I’m writing — I know it’s a rabbit because Easter was originally a pagan holiday celebrating Spring fertility. Hence the eggs, and hence the term “fuck like rabbits”.
- Sean Hartter posted this on Facebook minutes ago:
Getting more and more excited for that flick. I know, I know… everyone and their brother is too. But if you’ve read anything I’ve posted here before about Begins or Dark Knight, you know that it’s only natural for me.
Perhaps better known in relation to Nietzsche, the concept of the Eternal Feminine is the affirmation of Platonic ideals of the Good, the True, and the Beautiful—atemporal and expressed through activities like love and wisdom. In opposition is the Will to Power, the masculine principal of finite struggles for domination.
Organized in fourteen sections, the prints are grouped thematically. Some of their titles focus on a visual or stylistic theme, such as “Mujer sentada” (“Woman sitting”) while others ground the works in an artistic tradition revisited: Cubism, Renaissance, Baroque. Still other groupings are more explicitly abstract: “Mujeres imaginadas” or “Misterio y silencio.”