We lost another legend in the art world, as Surrealist painter and wife to Max Ernst, Dorothea Tanning, passed away at the age of 101. Her paintings, Birthday (1942, Philadelphia Museum of Art) and, Eine kleine Nachtmusik(1943, Tate Modern, London) are some of the most famed by a female artist in the 20th century.
We aren’t the biggest Bob Dylan fans in the world, but there is something about the man, especially the NYC years in the early 1960s, that is just so perfect in some many ways. The way he looked, sounded, stood for, played, the songs, all just the perfect embodiment of NYC bohemian culture.
Wondering why Google is especially fancy today? It’s in celebration of Jules Verne’s Birthday! National Geographic has an article about the 8 inventions Mr. Verne wrote about in the late 1800′s that actually came true. You can also enjoy the video below.