The Big Moves dance troupe has long struck me as a fantastic thing. In a world where the fairly husky actor who plays Matt Parkman on Heroes is considered to be one of the better representatives in the theatrical community of a fat person, it is immensely satisfying that there are people out there who are encouraging rather than discouraging heavy people to act, dance, and sing in front of the public.
Behold the big, beautiful baby heads, entitled Day and Night, installed in the lawn of the MFA. The sculptures, by Spanish realist Antonio Lopez Garcia, are emotive enough to stop traffic.
MP3: MFA contemporary art curator Cheryl Butvan talks to FNX about the baby heads and existence.
Obama the Giant Has A Posse
Not bad for a guy who started out making "Andre the Giant Has A Posse" stickers, eh?
Today, the campaign of Barack H. Obama unveiled its newest campaign tool -- a limited (but not too limited) edition poster of the candidate designed by Shepard Fairey, the street-art provocateur who helped popularize the idea of brand-theft/street-art/anti-marketing as a swiss-army tool of urban resistance.