These moonlighting American presidents. There’s Abraham Lincoln, vampire hunter. And now we find Barack Obama, pop singer. He’s been hitting a rough patch on the political side lately, but he’s at least hitting some right notes on these spliced-up pop song mashups by an enterprising YouTube user who’s also hawking tees along with the laughs. […]
Oh, and you thought the President was giving an address on the US national debt. Ha! How wrong you were. As our lip synching friends will attest to.
It’s been a while since we’ve had a global leader who also happens to be a folk hero. The amateur portraits of our new Commander-in-Chief posted at the <a href=” http://referencelibrary.blogspot.com/2009/01/obama.html”>Reference Library</a> reflect the reverence so many have for him.
I thought this video was hilarious. It shows a young Barack Obama talking about how he plans to throw the most inspirational party on campus ever.
Douglas Jennings is a leading figurative sculptor based in the UK. His statues can be seen worldwide, from The Royal Collection at Buckingham Palace to high profile public commissions including the celebrated statue of Johnny Haynes at Fulham Football Club Stadium and his widely acclaimed portrait of President Barack Obama.
First there was the Michelle Obama action toy, now comes this unpainted six-inch tall customizable Barack Obama action figure which you can really believe in. Yes, you can!
Next month, the company, Jailbreak Toys, will launch the action figure of the First Lady — Michelle Obama, The peculiarity is that her arms will be revealed. The 6″ tall action figure will be sold for $12.99 and will be the counterpart of to Barack Obama’s action figure and their daughters’, Sasha and Malia.
While the rest of the world spent election night biting fingernails whilst glued to the TV set, it’s kinda nice to know that President Elect, Barack Obama, was doing exactly the same thing, as these wonderfully low-key insider snaps from David Katz reveals.
Back in the day I misspent my youth listening to Sebadoh, Dinosaur Jr, Archers of Loaf, and Pavement, which is why it’s kind of awesome (abeit nostalgic) that my friend started a indie tribute band called The Monument Club. They are playing along with others at Baracktoberfest in Carrboro, North Carolina on Sunday. And it’s […]
Esquire magazine celebrates its eightieth anniversary by featuring a photo portfolio of prominent American men aged 80 to 1. According to Esquire blog, they have photographed eighty famous men, one born in each year of the magazine’s history. Most, even some of the youngest, have left their mark in the country, and together their faces are a breathing timeline.
Who says that Playmobil People are only for kids? If you had a not-so cool childhood and don’t know what Playmobil People are, they are human toy figures that are 3 inches tall and come with a wide range of accessories: buildings, vehicles, and animals. They usually come in themed sets but also have special […]
Finger painting is popular among children. But artist Dito Von Tease has transformed it into an art style and named it Ditology. He took pictures of his index finger and turned them into immediately recognizable famous faces. His portraits include depictions of Barack Obama, Steve Jobs, Hello Kitty, Micky Mouse and others
Anonymous artist and Reddit troll, Shitty Watercolour, is wowing the web with his not so shitty appropriations of world famous art works. Becoming popular on the pages of Reddit with his bad watercolour drawings of everything from cats to Barack Obama, Shitty Watercolour has recently revealed he is a 19 year old student at University of York (after having to deny he was Roald Dahl collaborator Quentin Blake).
It’s not easy being a politician. You spend years climbing up to your position of power, only to be upstaged by pups that take a shortcut by literally getting on top of your head. US president Barack Obama and former Italian prime minister Silvio Berlusconi have found this out the tough way, as imagined by […]
With the pre-election battle in America well and truly warming up, it’s a good time to look back at this brilliant mixed-media stop motion music video which was made to celebrate the inauguration of Barack Obama and features the work of toy artists Dalek [a Lost At E Minor contributor], Bill McMullen and Kubrick. It […]