This is Day #14/31 of the World Watercolor Month I am behind 2 days so to make it easier for me to catch up and get back on track I am posting two watercolors that I previously posted here once but still brand new because I painted them within last two months. Day #14 Is one of my Fashion Design sketches for an Avant garde Dress.
– Whimsical Creature –
Day #15 World Watercolor Month
Day #15/31 I painted this in May. I wanted to watercolor an imaginary girl who has a beautiful face and that she will represent the “Nature” I can see in her the Earth, the Water, the Air. She brings to the World love, flowers and happiness!
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A great song from a great Band Archive “End Of Our Days”
Archive are a musical group based in London, England, whose music spans electronic, trip hop, avant-garde, post-rock and progressive rock. Over their twenty-year history, the band has released ten studio albums and enjoyed established success throughout Europe, while remaining little-known in their native Britain (Wikipedia)
The concert of this London band was worth the waiting. Expectations were fulfilled, with a 2 hours wide range of songs going from oldies like “You make me feel” to the latest “Distorted Angels” and “Kid Corner”, passing through classics like “Dangervisit”, “Fuck You”, a beautiful version of “Bullets” performed by Pollard Berrier and the splendid encore “Lights” (yes, thinking of you Carolina…).
Some shivers and a tear on “End of our days” performed by Holly Martin…
If you are curious about this concert, you will find the complete footage of the night before in Nantes HERE.
Two more good points: the venue “le Bikini”, which acoustically speaking was just perfect and the very good opening act, a four Belgian boys band called BRNS (read Brains) which have obviously been fed with good brit alt-rock during their childhood. Here is a taste of it…