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EP: 93 Jodorowsky's Dune A Documentary about Epic Artistic Ambition and Failure

EP: 93 Jodorowsky’s Dune A Documentary about Epic Artistic Ambition and Failure






The documentary Jodorowsky’s Dune is a film that attempts to deify the director and his offbeat canon, as well as document just how this passionate 85 year old directed “greatest movie never made.”
In 1975 Chilean Director Alejandro Jorowsky was on top of the world. The runaway success of his films El Topo and its sequel, The Holy Mountain had loaded his pockets with a ton of Euro Box office cash and garnered him a huge following among the weirdo artsy types. Because of this he was able to secure the rights to Frank Herbert’s science fiction novel “Dune.”

Ep: 91 The EPIC History of the Color BLUE

Ep: 91 The EPIC History of the Color BLUE






For thousands of years man has desired the color blue for art. Unfortunately it was very hard to come by. True vibrant Blue could only be extracted from a rare rock called Lapiz Lazuli and it could only be found in a single cave in Afghanistan. It was more valuable than gold.

Ep 76 Canadian Animator Andrew Sharp eh. 2d Traditional Animation Production Pipeline and Holiday fun

Ep 76 Canadian Animator Andrew Sharp eh. 2d Traditional Animation Production Pipeline and Holiday fun






Traditional 2d animation artist Andrew Sharp from way up in the Yukon spends some time on the Man vs. Art Podcast talking about artistic influences, animation production pipelines, and home studio set ups!

Man vs. Art Episode 73! Jesus restoration FAIL, Art Biz Lingo, and Performance Art riff.

Man vs. Art Episode 73! Jesus restoration FAIL, Art Biz Lingo, and Performance Art riff.






Somebody restored the fresco. By “Somebody” I mean an 80-something year old lady Cecelia Giménez who is NOT an artist, and by “restored” I mean totally fucked up beyond all recognition. Her attempt to “restore” a century-old oil painting of Christ in a Spanish church resulted in popular uproar, and amusement.