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    Adobe photoshop cs2 abstract tutorials on the clone stamp tool

     

    You may be a pro when it comes to using the Clone Stamp Tool in the Photoshop program but have you tried working with the Healing Brush Tool? The Healing Brush Tool is fairly new and while the Clone Stamp Tool is perfect in many design instances, the Healing Brush Tool can add something new to your work. You have probably used the Clone Stamp Tool for many imaging jobs but there are times when the Healing Brush Tool is an even better choice. If you are working on a surface that is textured it may be hard to disguise the involvement of the Clone Stamp Tool. It is just hard to hide its use and what you sample using this tool is what you end up with. The finished product is often not nearly as good as you had hoped. We will look at how the two tools operate doing the same enhancement job. This is an ordinary cosmetic enhancement job, one that you may often encounter. First you'll need a facial image with a freckle or dry skin blemish . If you use the Clone Stamp you can sample a clear patch of skin and spray it over the spot. The skin graft is rather noticeable because the area of skin that was sampled is not the same hue as the area that needed to be fixed. The Healing Brush Tool can be used to do a much better job. If you are working on a minor blemish, the Healing Brush Tool will work by sampling both the destination pixels and the source pixels. The two samples are then mixed to produce a much nicer blend. When you want to take a sample use it like the Clone Tool and proceed with [Alt]/[Option]-Click. At first glance you may have doubts. As you begin to spray it may look odd but once you let go of the mouse button after you have sprayed some of the sampled pixels, you will see the results. You should not be able to tell that the image has been edited once the Healing Brush is finished. For even more healing you can reduce the brush size and you will be able to work on other areas like the red patch of skin by the nose.

         
    Adult halloween costumes that are new for 2007

     

    Halloween is that very special time of year when even the adults get to play dress-up, even a little bit of “make pretend” should the mood move them. For every Halloween party, passing out candy, or otherwise potentially spooky event, having an excellent costume makes the night all the more fun and all the more fantastic. Adults should not have to settle for whatever is left on the rack simply because they are a little bit older and a little bit bigger. Rather, adult costume stores have actually noticed an increase in adult costume demands over the last five years. While the popularity and origins of Halloween have come under intense scrutiny over the past ten years, adults who wish to partake of the ghoulish fun are seeking the right costume for just the right occasion. Sexy Halloween costumes are becoming the new “forever classic.” Some of the most popular sexy Halloween costumes include belly dancer costumes and Middle and Far Eastern costumes. Done with a little bit of taste, these costumes can be quite alluring and even a little mischievous. For a sexy Halloween costume that combines a little sexy flair with a little pixie mischief, a strong selection of Celtic fairy or gypsy costumes can bring out a woman’s qualities with a sense of fun and fantasy. Men can also consider a sexy Halloween costume as a strong option. With recent pirate movies bringing the wandering legends of piracy to a new level, many men are looking dapper and downright hot in the right pirate Halloween costume. Greek and Roman God costumes are undoubtedly sexy, and probably the only time the use of a toga can be rather appealing. Let’s not forget for either gender that the superhero is far from dead. Saving the world from certain disaster is remarkable sexy, and the right sexy Halloween costume can bring a new level of “superhero” to the household for just one night. Either gender should consider that choosing a sexy Halloween costume entails choosing a costume that is right for them. While some women will look phenomenal as a sexy fairy nymph, other women may need to switch it up and trade in their wings for a pirate sword. Picking the right sexy Halloween costume is not just about the costume, but the way the costume works with the person. Adult Halloween costumes are hard to find in some locations throughout the United States and beyond. While a few select towns have excellent adult Halloween costume stores, most do not carry a large enough selection, nor do they cater to the adult’s special interest. A petite woman can squeeze into a large child’s costume, but it usually doesn’t bring any flair to a party when she shows up in Junior’s Spongebob costume. Adults have the opportunity once a year to indulge themselves in their alter ego, at least publicly. This one night is specially set aside to allow for a little fantasy and play. The costuming that an adult chooses can really give them a night of alter ego indulgence with the utmost appropriateness. Whether a woman simply wants to be a Goddess for the evening or she wants to become a major league baseball player or a man wants to play out his role as Peter Pan or Donald Duck, this is the night to let it all hang out. Finding the perfect costume is part of playing out an alter ego. The perfect adult Halloween costume might be something completely off the wall. There are now excellent game costumes, such as the Twister costume, that just lends itself to fun and play. Other fun and play adult Halloween costumes might include something more along the lines of gangster costumes, flapper costumes, ghoulish freaky and scary costumes, cave man and cave woman costumes, or even a condom package costume. Whatever might be the funny joke of the evening can now be found online. The use of the internet has revolutionized an adult’s ability to find their perfect adult Halloween costume without tremendous expense, time, or energy. After all, this can be a busy time of the year and who has the time to search through fifteen mail order catalogs to find simple, generic costumes that won’t let you stand out? For a little more educational value, some people are searching for historical adult Halloween costumes. George Washington to George Washington Carver, historical costumes are making a significant come back, especially for the baby boomer generation who may not have had ample opportunity to dress up and play for Halloween throughout their adult life. Historical costumes allow for dressing up without getting too far away from traditional, which can help a resistant dress up participant grow into the idea of playing for Halloween. Baby boomers lived their adulthood during a time when grown ups didn’t get the change to dress up too often. The rules have since relaxed, and maybe it’s time for those over 50 to let their hair down, or pin it up, all in the name of fun. Of course, men and women alike can also find their perfect warrior costume to present their pent up aggressions to the world for a night. In work places where dressing up is allowed, this may provide some excellent relief with a little humor for the day. Adult Halloween costumes now come in every era from prehistoric to the eighties generation, and whether you are seeking to spice it up with flair or become the strong and mighty outlaw who may very well save the world, dressing up for Halloween gives you that chance. It is a definite relief that it has become more acceptable for adults to dress up for the night. After all, adults deal with a tremendous amount of stress that needs to be released from time to time. The perfect adult Halloween costume can play a vital role in this process while allowing the kid in all of us to come out and play if even just for one night.

         
    Advantages of motivational posters in your home or office

     

    Tim is suffering from a bout of depression. The reason - Tim always dreamt of becoming an economist. However, one year down the line Tim feels that he is not as talented as others. His analytical skills are poor and he is not strong in quantitative analysis. He is sure that his dream will remain a dream. One day, while on his way to college, he comes across two posters. The first one reads, “"Cherish your dreams and aspirations. They are the blueprint of your achievements.” and the second poster says, “What the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” Tim returns, organizes his study schedule and starts working hard. When it is time for the results, Tim is a surprise topper. So, what caused this sudden change in Tim? Well, the posters seemed to have an effect on Tim. Now, this is what a well-written motivational poster can do for you. Motivational posters have become a rage. Be it a school, home or an office, the walls seem to be flaunting positive messages. The important question is ‘what are the advantages of putting up motivational posters?’ Words, when used in a correct way, can melt the stoniest of hearts. Words are known to have triggered mass movements, which changed the course of history. Who can ever forgot Martin Luther King and his words ‘I have a dream’? Motivational posters, too, make use of concise words to deliver the message in the most striking of manners. Hence, they tend to create a rather strong impact on the mind. They have also initiated actions in many cases. Motivational posters put up in office or home have a kind of hammering effect. A motivational poster on the wall of an office remains in sight for a long time. For instance, if you put a poster near the entrance lobby, employees will see the poster every time they enter and leave the office. The message, too, will remain in front of their eyes and hence after some time, it will begin to produce effect in some of the employees. This is akin to brain washing, albeit a positive one. Motivational posters also add a class to your office and homes. It is like having your own personal style statement. For instance, if your office cabin displays the following poster “Focus on your goals and let nothing get in the way of your dreams”; chances are that you are a focused person. Motivational posters are a great of medium of displaying your beliefs with йlan. The other advantage of motivational posters is that most of them have a great picture or natural scene to compliment the words. Thus, they add a beauty to your otherwise drab walls. Many motivational posters are a treat to watch and definitely enhance the look of your office or home. The biggest advantage of having a motivational poster on the walls of homes and offices is that they induce a sense of optimism if things are not going well, a sense of love if you

         
    Advertising and celebrity

     

    It used to be taboo for movie stars to do advertising for products in the United States. We never used to see our favorite movie star in commercials for Frosted Flakes. Catherine Zeta Jones recently broke this unspoken rule by appearing in a series of T-Mobile advertisements. While it is anyone prerogative on how they want to make money, I can understand why movie stars try to avoid getting involved in advertising for products or services. Charity advertising is one thing. Many movie stars do commercials and public service announcements for charities. However, hawking products for Madison Avenue might not be a good idea for movie stars. It can be difficult to play a serious cop role in your newest movie when you are known as the peanut butter guy from television. In short, movie stars and advertising just do not mix. Occasionally, a celebrity’s success with selling products does depend on the product. George Foreman is now just as well known for his grills as he is as a boxer. I guess the question is did the grill make Foreman successful or did Foreman make the grill successful? George Foreman was a boxer professionally but he had done a series of advertising for muffler shops and other products prior to the grill. Perhaps George was so likable that the combination of a likable celebrity and a product everyone wants is like gold. This seems the most logical explanation for Foreman’s success. What about other celebrities? Why Does It Work When It Works? Public Image is important in advertising. If public image was not important, then McDonalds would not have canceled their contract with Kobe Bryant after Kobe was indicted on rape charges. Although he was never convicted, he still lost all endorsement deals with McDonalds and other companies. So there is an important question: are we buying the product, or the celebrity? There is a simple answer. Regardless of the pitching by the celebrities, substandard products only survive for a short time. Failed television shows are a good example of this theory. Jeff Foxworthy is one of the most successful stand-up comedians in history, and he is a well liked celebrity. However, his television sitcom The Jeff Foxworthy Show failed terribly. Foxworthy was not negatively affected by the failure of his sitcom because he went on to start the very successful variety show Blue Collar TV. But as you can see, advertising is a two way street. The celebrity needs to have some credibility in the eyes of the sponsor and the customers. Also, more importantly, product needs to be of high quality as well. On of the better examples of celebrities in advertising used strictly to sway consumer choice is the war between the cola giants. Pepsi has a reputation of trying to target the younger demographics by featuring such celebrities as Michael Jackson and Madonna while Coca Cola has featured such celebrities as Michael Jordan and Elton John. Pepsi wanted their reputation as the coolest new thing while Coke went with the wholesome family approach. To this point, research has shown that Pepsi usually come up tops in the cola wars. However, as long as there are celebrities to hire there will always be celebrities in advertising.

         
    Advertising for your mmorpg guild

     

    Guild recruiters cannot be shy. Post in recruiting forums, erect a guild Web site, use in game recruiting tools, such as those in EQ2, these activities all promote your guild and you probably should avail yourself of them. However the fastest, cheapest, easiest most effective way to get new members for your guild is to simply ask in a general chat channel. Before You Hit the Chat Channels You Need to Know... ...what benefit people will receive by joining your guild and at what cost? Do you provide help with grouping? Do you help people level? Are you a PvP guild? If so what kind of PvP guild? If you provide groups for members is joining guild groups required? If you help people level, is helping other members required? If you are an MMORPG PvP guild, does this mean you don’t do content or that you do organized battlegrounds? Once you know the major benefit of joining your guild, create your message around that. Know the cost however, because you’ll need new members to understand that if you want to retain them…more about that in my next article for PlayerVox. To construct your message take the big focus on your major benefit and combine it with one of two possible actions you want the interested party to take: 1. PST for membership info. Contact you immediately in (PST for Please Send Tell is fairly universal). Be prepared to answer questions and potentially talk to multiple people at the same time. I like to either use a text file to cut and paste common answers, or setup macros when available. 2. URL. Save yourself a lot of typing by sending people to a special recruiting page setup in advance. Lazy people won’t take the time to go look however, so if you are zerg recruiting, don’t use this method. Using a Web page is ideal if there is a lot of information for potential members to consider. * Present your guild as active and up-to-date. Do NOT send potentials to your inactive guild forums or glommed together site for info. Instead create a special page just for potential new recruits. * Get the easiest URL possible. Example: "s1.guildcafe" is the domain name I use for the Section One guild. * Always use the so that people understand it is a web site you want them to look at. Recruiting Message Samples Helper PvE guild: Learn the ropes and level fast with XYZ guild. PST for membership info. Guild with funny people: Laugh your way to level 50 with XYZ guild. Casual players welcome. PST for membership info. Guild with serious PvErs: XYZ guild seeks pro-PvE members. Do dungeons right with us. Ventrilo required. PST for membership info. End game looters: The PvE veterans of XYZ raid guild LFM for teamwork and achieving long term goals. blahblah Adult social guild: Like to play and chat? Join the lively world of XYZ guild on Ventrilo. blahblah Not kid friendly. Crafting guild: Attention crafters: Join with other crafters in XYZ guild to build an economic powerhouse and rule the server. PST for more info. Player-killing guild: Join for the Rep. Stay for the people who'd rather fight than switch. RPK all the way. PST for membership info. Advertise, but don’t spam Some old fashioned net-etiquette should be employed while advertising in chat channels: * Use appropriate channels. Find out what channels are acceptable for guild recruiting. It’s different in every game. For instance, in Guild Wars, one uses the “all” channel. In some MMORPGs the regional chat channels are acceptable. Some games have special recruiting channels. * Keep it short and sweet. Don’t attempt to explain every membership detail in your message. Things scroll away fast and people don’t have time to deal with long text—heck, they don’t even read quest descriptions most of the time! More on this later. * Don’t spam. The reason you repeat your message is to give busy people another chance to read it as well present yourself to new people who haven’t seen it. It is not to bore and aggravate people with your endless droning of e-garbage. o How often you repeat your message is game dependent. In games like WoW, EQ2 and Vanguard, the number of new people coming into and going out of a channel is small, so repeat sparingly. Observe how frequently others repeat and repeat less than they do. If you get complaints, reduce your frequency even more. Being perceived as spam will get you on people’s ignore-list. o In Guild Wars where people hop in and out of districts constantly, your best bet is to move around from place to place, repeat your message once per district then move on, repeating your cycle every five minutes or so. * Change it up. Vary your message from time to time, test new messages, be clever, entertain. Boring messages equates to a boring guild. Advertise eloquently... ...or at least avoid looking stupid: * DON'T USE ALL CAPS. * Do not load up your message with **l337** symbols and other #$%^& crap. Your potential recruits don’t have time or desire to decipher, so just use plain English. * Stay away from over-used terms so ubiquitous that they are now meaningless. Ever seen anyone advertising for unfriendly, immature and inactive members? Almost all guilds are friendly, mature and active, so don’t use up precious space talking about it. * Use goood speeling. You may not care about every day chat spelling and grammar, but nothing makes you look more like a stupid n00b than spamming the same error over and over. Check it first then store it in a macro or text file. People want to join guilds that are active. They like to be able to login and find things are happening. One of the best things to do recruiting-wise is put together PUGs, then pitch guild membership to the better players. You can take this idea a step further by organizing server events and advertising them in spam. Depending on how much creativity the game supports you can do a lot. Character weddings, PvP king of the hill events, PvP tournaments, PvE and PvP raids, crafting fairs, scavenger hunts, races and costume contests are all popular. Worst Guild Recruiting Spam Ever XYZ GUILD RECUTING friendly active players. All levels, races, classses and ages. Mature PvE and PvP. Have hall and cape. €-€ This is a pretty typical zerg guild spam—hard to read, packed full of errors and easy to ignore. It attempts to attract people by sounding friendly, but undermines itself by trying to be all things to all people—which equates to nothing for nobody. If you want to offer zillions of players a temporary spot in your revolving door clan, use this ad. (The “have hall and cape” is a Guild Wars thing. Since every guild has those, it amazes me that people even mention it. If they advertised a guild hall with all perks or silver cape that would be different.) XYZ guild looking for members. 50 gold paid on joining. Why not just say, “attention leeches, come get 50gp then leave me for another guild” If you are this desperate for members, consider calling it quits and joining an established guild. UberAwesome guild looking for members. Raiding right now, come get your endgame loot! This ad isn't much better than the previous one. It's just another opportunity for people to leech off your generosity. Inviting people to join your raids is a good way to impress people, but it's best to keep those opportunities and your recruiting separate. Conclusion Don't be shy! Speak up and use chat to let people know that you're out there. Be wise with your messages, don't abuse it, and you'll be rewarded with plenty of interest.

         
    Aerosmith tickets are back and so is a truly legendary band

     

    Aerosmith tickets have been in extreme demand for decades, and this band has long enjoyed legendary status in the world of music. For over 35 years, Aerosmith has been lighting up venues all over the world with their brand of hard rock and incredibly intense concerts, and the band is back for another tour. Although Aerosmith is beloved by millions and has served as an inspiration for countless bands that have followed them, their time together was not without trials and tribulations. Early Beginnings The band came together mostly by happenstance, as the five men who ultimately formed the group were all in Boston playing in different bands and knocking around in local clubs. Each of the members shared a vision of rock and roll that was a bit of a departure from the recently-completed 1960’s, in that they all wanted to incorporate an edge into their sound and to do whatever they could to work their on-stage and private personalities into their delivery. As such, Joe Perry, Tom Hamilton, Joey Kramer, Steven Tyler and Ray Tabano got together and began to jam regularly. They discovered that they were a good mix, and they came up with a plan to form a hard rock and roll band. It was 1970, and music was beginning to move away from the psychedelic 1960’s and into an uncertain musical time, which was the perfect opportunity with a band that carried an innovative sound. The band began to work the club scene in Boston, and their live shows immediately led to a local reputation among music followers. Record producers caught wind of this reputation and heard the band in 1972. Immediately after a show, Columbia Records signed Aerosmith to a record deal. The band got to work on their first album, but they continued to tour relentlessly. Their initial release came out in 1973 and was entitled, fittingly enough, Aerosmith. The record was met with success, as it climbed to number 21 on the charts. Given the success of their debut and the already-high demand for Aerosmith tickets, the band had already established a name for itself. High-Flying Success Aerosmith took off on the heels of that first album, and while still continuing to tour endlessly, their studio work produced a string of smash hit albums. Over the next three decades, the band released 13 subsequent albums, and all of them sold at least one million copies each. Aerosmith was also known by many as the greatest concert band in the world. As was and is typical with high-flying rock and roll bands, Aerosmith’s lifestyle mirrored the typical rock and roll story. All of the band’s members were notorious party animals, and their fame and fortune allowed them to cross over into several mainstream markets, which was a rare accomplishment at the time. Struggles This lifestyle led to several obstacles for both the individual members and the band as a whole. The band struggled with addiction and substance abuse, and this problem hit its high point in the early 1980’s. Their problems with drugs and alcohol became so severe that the band began to splinter into several directions and Columbia Records began to withdraw its support for the band’s albums and tours. These problems hit the news when Tyler was arrested for possession of cocaine in 1983. He plead guilty to the charges and received a fine and probation. Ultimately, pressure from peers and management persuaded the band’s members to seek help, which they did, and they got back to work. As soon as they began releasing additional albums, their success was as immediate as it was during their formative years. Overall, Aerosmith is known for their personality, their legendary live performances and their innovative hard rock style. Aerosmith tickets will allow you to see a band that has stayed cool for more than three decades, and they’re always worth the effort to see.

         
    Aggregation of runescape wisdom

     

    Do you visit Runescape related forums and sites often? Do you go to only one site or several? How about loyalty to a particular fan site? Is it a good thing? I think not, at least not at the degree it is done nowadays. What I noticed while participating on several major Runescape forums is that there is an undeclared ‘cold war’ between Runescape fan sites. While it is somewhat understandable, it still saddens me a lot. The world gets more open every day, boundaries between countries and cultures get erased, free and open software and services are everywhere, but we keep and keep building new boundaries and walls. As an owner of a smaller Runescape fan site (Runewise) I can see these walls very clearly. If you don't believe me, go ahead and try to get any kind of partnership with a bigger site! In most cases you won’t even get a polite refusal – just silent emptiness. Well, I am a big boy and can cope with it. But another aspect of this ‘war’ is Runescape knowledge being scattered and hidden. There are so many interesting articles, blogs, guides, posts, topics out there behind those walls. I can’t help with ‘boundaries’, but at least I can point Runescape players to most interesting materials out there regardless on what fan site or blog they are located. That is it. My mission statement right there… So, here I am with my Runescape wisdom ‘aggregation’ blogs. This is the older one I maintain at Runewise: runewise. net/rs/rdigest. php And the newest addition for regular bloggers at Blogspot: runescapereader. blogspot/ Welcome! And if you would like to point me to an interesting Runescape related source, by all means, please, let me know! Let's make the Runescape world a little bit more open!

         
    Al pacino one of my favorites

     

    Born in the South Bronx, on April 25th, 1940, Al Pacino is widely considered to be one of the worlds greatest actors. Though he starred in many of the best films of the 70s, he is probably most remembered for his role in The Godfather. Though Pacino starred in so many great movies over the years, it is his role in the Brian DePalma film Scarface that boosted Al into my greatest actors list. I don't think anyone who has ever seen the film will ever forget the shower scene, but it's Pacino's stellar performance as the obsessive gangster Tony Montana. Pacino keeps the character very taught and never seems fake or stereotypical, which, let's face it, is challenging at least, when playing a super violent, drug crazed, power obsessed, Cuban drug czar. Seeing this movie for the first time as a kid, I was blown away. An actor like Al Pacino can make a character like Tony Montana seem so darn glamorous, while keeping it down to earth enough to make it clear that there is really no merit to the criminal lifestyle, a concept, might I add that many movies in the same genre have struggled with. It would be unfair of me to discuss Pacino without mentioning his breakthrough role in 1972s The Godfather. It is quite unusual that an actor as inexperienced as Pacino was at the time, would stand out in a cast as crowded with stars as The Godfather, however his performance outshone the likes of Marlin Brando, whose talent cant be questioned, and James Caan, who might make any best actor list. For my money, you can't go wrong with Al Pacino. Pick any movie, rent it, take it home and watch it, and I'm sure you will be pleased with the results, even if you've seen it before. Quite simply put, he always delivers.

         
    Album cover art part one

     

    In 1939, Alex Steinweiss was employed at Columbia Records as the first art director for the company and decided to spruce up and repackage vinyl records. We all know the result, album cover art has become an important part of music and pop culture. (Prior to Steinweiss’s creative influences, records were generally stored in plain, undecorated packaging). For collectors, album cover art can sometimes be as valuable as the vinyl record it holds. For instance, one of the most famous album covers of all time, the Beatles “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band” cover was one of the most inventive at the time and included cut out inserts and lyrics. The price one would pay for a copy of this album is influenced by whether or not it has the original contents and they are intact. There are many album covers that included posters of the band as well and other “perks” for the buyer and all these elements factor into the resale price and collectiblity. There have been many dynamic and world-famous album covers. Consider the Beatles’ album “Yesterday...and Today” (1966), also called the “butcher block album” because the Beatles were pictured on the front cover wearing white butcher coats surrounded by bloody meat and cut up dolls. The album was quickly pulled by Capitol Records after the company received numerous complaints from reviewers and DJ’s. The company recalled the issue and ordered a new cover but did not want to waste the several hundred thousand that had already been printed. Capitol then hired part-time helpers to remove that photo from the cover and paste on the new photo for the cover. But, it seems that there were many lazy employees and to save time, they just pasted the new cover on top of the old cover and the one that was supposed to be removed. The result is three different versions of that particular album and a collector’s dream, the different versions of the album are worth several thousand dollars (prices vary-check a record price guide to ascertain exactly what album you may have to get the exact price). Album cover art has also spawned numerous web sites in which to view famous covers and designs, readers’ favorites and top ten lists. One such site, superseventies offers a comprehensive look at some of the most famous covers from the 1970's including the Sex Pistols “Never Mind The Bollocks,” the Eagles “Hotel California,” Pink Floyd’s “Dark Side Of The Moon” and the Rolling Stones’ “Sticky Fingers” among others. Additionally, superseventies offers their reader’s favorite seventies album covers (more than 300) with detailed descriptions and reviews of each specific release. This is a great way to spend a rainy day, as you discover some of the best album cover art of the 70's. Album cover design is an art form and allows the musicians greater control over the content and another important avenue in which to express themselves. In my humble opinion (and I share this opinion with countless others), with the advent of the CD, the music buying public lost a national treasure, album cover art. It is part of pop culture and recorded music in general. Sure, Cd’s offer you a “stripped down” version of the original cover art, but it certainly pales in comparison to the real thing. I am sure Mr. Steinweiss would totally agree with me.

         
    Album cover art part two

     

    Album cover art software allows you to explore this pop phenomenon In the last article, we discussed some of the elements of album cover art and I would like to continue the discussion with some more details and an album cover finder that is a must for any fan of album cover art. As I stated previously, many famous artists have been commissioned to design and produce album covers. For example, the Rolling Stones and pop artist Andy Warhol are famous for the cover art on the Stones’ album “Sticky Fingers.” As the story goes, at a party in 1969, Andy Warhol casually mentioned to Mick Jagger that it would be amusing to have a real zipper on an album cover. A year later, Jagger proposed the idea for “Sticky Fingers.” But, there was a flaw in the shipping process, the zipper would press onto the album stacked on top of it, causing damage to the vinyl record. The solution? The zipper had to be pulled down before the album was shipped, then it would only dent the album covers. However, they never figured out how to keep the zipper from scratching the other album covers. Additionally, some department stores refused to display the album, feeling it was risque and not family oriented because of the model’s snug jeans and the zipper display. But this album is historic because it broke new ground and also saw the debut of the now famous Stones logo: a caricature of Jagger’s lips and tongue. If you are a Janis Joplin fan, then you would probably know that the famed cartoonist Robert Crumb designed the cover for Joplin’s album “Cheap Thrills.” This revered, yet misunderstood artist, drew the cover as a favor to Joplin, who he befriended in the Haight-Ashbury neighborhood where they both resided. He was paid $600 for his work by Columbia Records, which later sold the artwork. Crumb was asked to do a cover for the Rolling Stones, but refused because he did not like their music. Crumb is also the artist for the “Keep On Truckin’” poster and “Fritz The Cat,” and has more than seventy covers to his credit. The Internet is full of sites related to album cover art and is just too numerous to list. There are sites devoted to fan favorites, the weird and unusual, particular decades and so on. Many users have turned to ebay to find lost art treasures from their childhood. But I want to share a website and album cover artwork finder that is not only convenient, but a must have for any art lover. I recently spoke with Richard Nicol, the program designer and owner of “Album Cover Finder.” ( albumcoverfinder) The program has been available for more than two years and is a godsend for anyone interested in album cover art. “Album Cover Finder” allows the user to not only find specific searches for interesting album cover art, but also allows the user to download selected songs from the release. I asked Richard about his fascination with album cover art. “I’ve always been interested and loved album cover art and wanted to create a database where the users could not only look at album cover art, but experience it as well. The program allows the user to browse through the cover art of a particular band and also lets the user to download particular songs through iTunes as well. The main feature is convenience, you can utilize iTunes and not only get more of an experience for the music, but the great artwork involved with the music and artists.” But “Album Cover Finder” is more than just iTunes and album cover art. The program allows users to look at different art work from different countries as well. Some of the art work involved in a US release may be different from that of a UK release or German release, only adding to the experience. The program also allows users to review artist biographies, read reviews of a particular release and add the artwork to their iTunes library and an iPod. “Album Cover Finder” also allows users to find additional cover art from a particular artist or band, copy the artwork to a clipboard and has artist videos and applicable tour information. “Album Cover Finder” is a fully functional way to search for album artwork and includes free updates for registered users and is available at albumcoverfinder. Now, I have only had the program about a week, but I have to admit spending literally many, many hours looking at historic artwork and listening to the songs associated with the acts. This software gets a hardy “thumbs-up” and is a “must have,” affordable program for album cover art connoisseurs and anyone with a fascination with art and music. Needless to say, there can be a lot more written about album cover art and the impact it has had upon music and pop culture and cannot be summarized in a couple of articles. There are countless books, (I actually own one that talks about and illustrates naked vinyl and the images used to try and sell albums!) that detail album covers and the impact upon pop culture and music. Additionally, there are so many web sites and blogs associated with album cover art, they are to numerous to list. Why there are even web sites devoted to preserving this treasured art and frame it for display. Furthermore, did you know that June 1, 2007 marked the 40th anniversary of the release of the Beatles’ “Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band?” Not only is the release one of the most influential albums of all time musically, the cover art itself is iconic as well. I spoke with Gary Freiberg, owner and operator of rockartpictureshow about “Sgt. Pepper” who related to me that the album “broke new ground and challenged the industry.” Gary and I talked about album cover art and the influences it has had on our culture. He also told me of a recent poll conducted by vinylrecordday. org that voted the “Sgt. Pepper” album cover the favorite album cover of all time. Gary is world renowned for his work in the album cover art industry with his patented record album frame and his work has been cited and used by the Smithsonian, Home & Garden TV, the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame and thousands of satisfied Internet customers. And if you interested in getting your great album art framed, you may visit rockartpictureshow and tell Gary you heard about him from an article posted at isnare

         
    Alex steinweiss creator of album cover art

     

    At age 23, the “Godfather” of album cover art, Alex Steinweiss accepted a job to design promotional materials for Columbia Records. What would happen next would revolutionize the music industry, specifically vinyl records, when he invented the illustrated album cover. A rather obvious, but brilliant, idea was to create a titillating graphic package that would, not only protect the record, but advertise the artist and the music contained therein (prior to this, records were sold in plain, undecorated wrappers). “Records used to be relegated to the back of the stores that sold refrigerators and stoves. You’d go to the counter and ask for the title you wanted,” recalled Steinweiss. “I needed to shake up the industry, we had to do something like European poster art to draw the attention of the buyer.” And “shake up the industry” is just what Steinweiss did. Starting in 1939 with his first covers, for a collection of Rodgers & Hart’s Musical Hits, Columbia executives saw the sales of the illustrated albums skyrocket, including one by more than eight hundred percent. Soon after that 78 rpm albums were adorned with decorated covers and displayed in store windows. A new medium was born, album cover art became the norm and attracted established artists and inspired many new artists to enter the arena. It allowed the record company and the artist to promote a visual image and identity with the music. So who was Alex Steinweiss? Let’s explore his life in detail. Steinweiss grew up in Brooklyn’s Brighton Beach area and he attended the Abraham Lincoln High School from 1930-1934 and that is where he started his graphic designing career. In a program taught by Leon Friend, Steinweiss and his classmates were known as the “Art Squad,” designing school publications, posters and signs. When he was seventeen, Steinweiss’ work was showcased in PM Magazine. He received a scholarship to Parsons School of Art and graduated in 1937. His first job was as an assistant to Joseph Binder, a position that lasted almost three years, before receiving a call about a new position at the newly formed Columbia Records. He designed all the covers for Columbia between 1939 and 1945, a period in which he developed and honed the graphic art of album cover design. In the period between 1945 to roughly 1950, he still did cover design for Columbia, but he was not the sole designer. He also began “freelancing” and began designing covers for other record companies. As a freelance designer with such record labels as RCA, Decca, London and Everest, Steinweiss was considered peerless. Using his own unique format of blending eye-catching illustrations, vivid color schemes and playful typography, Steinweiss created album covers for such musical greats as Louis Armstrong, Bela Bartok, Count Basie, Leonard Bernstein, Duke Ellington, Benny Goodman, Kate Smith and many others. His album covers are considered iconic and he designed them as miniature posters with a distinct personality for each cover. His signature font, the “Steinweiss Scrawl,” first appeared around 1947 and his style and album cover design is synomonous with the Golden Age of Jazz, Classical and Popular music that was dominated by RCA, Columbia, Decca, Victor and London record labels. In the 1950’s, Steinweiss added photography to his album cover design palette. His use of strange, garnish colors, inventive lighting techniques and numerous visual puns and reference points only added to his unique style of cover design and has made him an icon in the music industry. By his own admission, Steinweiss claims to have designed more that 2,500 album covers. His later work, from 1960 through around 1973, was working with the Decca and London record labels. It was during this period that he developed die-cut designs and collage. He retired to Sarasota, Florida around 1974 and remains semi-active, having designed at least one book cover and several CD covers as well as having designed liquor bottles, posters, pamphlets and titles for TV shows. All of us owe a hearty thank you to Alex Steinweiss and his contributions to album cover art and music. Can you imagine no art work accompanying a vinyl record? I can’t, and it is a great thing that Alex Steinweiss couldn’t either.

         
    Alfred hitchcock s i confess

     

    I watched an old Alfred Hitchcock film the other night entitled I Confess. It starred a very young Montgomery Clift as a priest. The movie also stars Anne Baxter. At the beginning of the movie an immigrant murders a wealthy man from the town during a robbery on accident. After the murder he returns to the rectory where he works and confesses the crime to Father Logan played by Montgomery Clift. The next day when the murder is discovered, Father Logan must act like he knows nothing of the crime. However what the immigrant didn’t know is that Father Logan would later be accused of the crime. When Mike Logan returned from the war his sweetheart, Ruth played Anne Baxter had married another. He did not realize this until after spending one last night with her in an abandoned gazebo. The next morning the owner of the gazebo catches them and knows the husband of his sweetheart. Upon hearing that she is married, Mike Logan leaves and joins the priesthood. The owner of the gazebo, Mr. Villette, starts to black mail the young wife. After five years, Anne meets up with Father Logan and they decide to talk to Mr. Villette about the black mail. Unfortunately, he is killed the night before. The police find out this information and start to suspect Father Logan of the crime. The interesting part of the story is seeing a man accused of a crime he didn’t commit and knows who committed it, but is drawn to the loyalty of an oath not to reveal. Even up until the end of the movie when Father Logan is cleared and they suspect the immigrant he does not reveal who the true murderer is. This is not one of my favorite Alfred Hitchcock films, but definitely worth checking out. If you enjoyed this movie I would recommend Hitchcock’s others such as Strangers on a Train or Dial M for Murder.

         
    Ali g good bad or

     

    Ali G is becoming a name more and more people are aware of. Debuting in 1998, this is a fictional character that is comically portrayed in movies and shows on the cable network HBO. The character of Ali G is played by the comedian Sacha Baron Cohen. The bold humor of this character is often controversial as it explores political arenas and often creates humor at the expense of identified groups including women, Jews, Gays, Christians, and Politicians. The character of Ali G is a gang member who resides with his grandmother in what can be referred to a ghetto area. Ali G has gained notoriety in the music world as well. Featured as the limo driver in a Madonna video and recording an album with Shaggy exposed this character to a younger demographic. This fictional character was also the host of the 2001 European MTV award show. Many sports fans got a glimpse of Ali G during the ads he was in for the 2005/2006 season of the NBA. With the recent release of the movie, Borat, the character of Ali G is finding himself in the fire of a heated debate among those who enjoy the humor of the character and those who feel this character has pushed the envelop far enough. Human rights groups are angry over the antics in this new film, believing they promote stereotyping and lead to labeling of groups. In an interesting twist, many individuals who were interviewed for the mock documentary movie Borat are filing lawsuits. They claim their responses are being used in a different context than they were given, leading to their families, friends, and even employers viewing them as racists. The movie was released under 20th Century Fox, who comments that there is no foundation for anyone to file a claim, and that all participants in the film did so voluntarily. The persona of Ali G continues to have many faces from providing humorous entertainment, exploring the music world, being a controversial figure, and being under fire from human rights activists and possible lawsuits. The future of this character should prove to be quite interesting for those who take the time to follow it.

         
    All about anime manga and western animation

     

    The word anime is almost synonymous with Japanese culture, where it is as much a part of society as the newspaper or magazine. Most anime are actually derived from their manga (comic) counterparts, and the word is basically an abbreviation of animation, but specifically cartoon or comic animation. In fact, manga is a very popular form of literature in Asian countries, and a lof of manga titles are actually have a historical or contemporary flavour to it. However, it might surprise many to know that there is not a lot of differences between Western and Eastern animation. Both share many common techniques and approaches, but perhaps Western animations have been trending towards using more sophisticated technology. Many of the most famous creators of anime still prefer to do things using the traditional methods, and are less reliant on computers and technology. The biggest difference between the two styles of anime are probably the types of genres explored in the animation, and some of the peculiar features that are only found in Eastern animation. Since anime and manga is such a big part of Eastern culture (you can find manga book shops everywhere in countries such as Taiwan, Hong Kong and Japan), it tends to be more broad in the topics covered. Themes such as sports, relationships, history, military, political, humour and medicine or science have all been the subject of anime. In fact, there is probably an anime or manga for just about anything that you can think of. However, Western culture seem to be very specific with its animations, and tend to focus on heroes and villians, actions and consequences. Some of the most interesting features of Asian anime is the use of dialogues within the dialogues. That is, as a particular scene is unfolding, there will be commentary from the characters within the animation providing a third person perspective from people involved in the plot. Also, the interplay between imaginary and real-life is often strong, with characters able to take words out of their speech bubble, or pull out various instruments from empty space. To give you a taste of Japanese anime, and understand soem of the things we've been talking about, have a look at some of the most popular Japanese: Naruto, Blackjac, Eyeshield 21, Slam Dunk. If there is something you are interested in, you will almost certainly find an anime or manga that covers the topic. So why not take a look in your favourite bookstore today, you never know just what you'll discover.

         
    All about antique boxes and collectables a personal review

     

    In every true sense, an antique is said to be any item (may not be essentially artistic in nature) that is over a century year old. People collect all kinds of antiques, but undoubtedly among the most fascinating are antique boxes. For sure, I don’t expect you to share my view as all antiques are personal favorites. But I personally feel that antique boxes signify the spirit of the antique that we all find so fascinating. In my opinion, antique boxes spell treasure. In my earlier days, I spent a lot of time reading stories of treasure chests and pirates like Robinson Crusoe, Swiss family Robinsons, Treasure Island and the like. In a number of these stories, one would read about these antique boxes that were filled with the promise of treasure even though there was no true treasure. But ever since, antique boxes have held a remarkable fascination for me. I was truly surprised when I stopped at my regular bookshop and discovered that he had quite a number of antique boxes displayed prominently at the counter. What’s more he had gone a step further to pack these antique boxes with books to reinforce the treasure that lay in books and reading, however I was simply consumed by the sight, smell and look of those antique boxes. Almost immediately I rushed in to ask him where he had procured them. Though to me, he was more than an acquaintance and was aware about my fascination with antique boxes. Even then, he pretended ignorance for a while before breaking down helplessly in laughter. As he sat there with tears of mirth flowing down his eyes, I could not but help wonder anxiously about the antique boxes and how he had managed to get his hands on them. He did however tell me the truth, as soon as he calmed down sufficiently. Well, it seems that there were quite a number of people like me around the world who also found ancient antique boxes (with or without any treasure) fascinating. As a result one proactive Chinese company had decided to capitalize on this attraction by making near real replicas of antique boxes. Despite the fact I was initially disappointed, a closer look led me to believe that if the boxes I saw were replicas of antique boxes, then they were sure damn good replicas. In spite of the reasonable price tag though unlike the real thing, I decided instantly to get a couple of them for myself. Today, I too am a proud owner of a couple of antique boxes.

         
     
         
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