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Most people did not consider the depiction of a Brillo Box or a store-bought urinal to be art until Andy Warhol and Marcel Duchamp ( respectively ) placed them in the context of art ( i. e., the art gallery ), which then provided the association of these objects with the associations that define art.
Some bands, such as the Tindersticks, Metallica, Led Zeppelin, Crowded House, Van Halen, Duran Duran, Bang Camaro, Santana, Living in a Box, and the Ramones, have released more than one and are thus referred to in other ways, including number and album art ( e. g., The Blue Album ).
Even the labeling on the shipping carton containing retail items has been used as subject matter in pop art, for example in Warhol's Campbell's Tomato Juice Box 1964, ( pictured below ), or his Brillo Soap Box sculptures.
Brigham City has museums covering the area's art and history -- the Brigham City Museum-Gallery, and natural history -- the Box Elder Museum.
In 2005, to coincide with the Spirit of the Tall Ships Festival, Northern Rock enlisted the help of Red Box Interiors to create a temporary art installation at The Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art on the Gateshead Quay of the Tyne.
The college also has six performance facilities, The College Theater and the Black Box, both of which are in Satterlee hall, and the dance studio in Dunn Hall, plus three that serve the Crane School, an art gallery, and the Maxcy Hall Athletic Facility.
The bosses of this installment consist of Black Color ( Black Ninja in later versions ), an experimental drug-enhanced space ninja ( who is revealed to be Schneider from the original Metal Gear ); Running Man, an agile mercenary ; Red Blaster, a grenade throwing expert ; Ultra Box ( the Four Horsemen in later version ), an assassination squad specializing in confined spaces ; Predator ( Jungle Evil in later versions ), a jungle warfare expert ; and Night Sight ( Night Fright in later versions ), an assassin who uses a state of the art stealth suit that renders him invisible.
The three created an image for the Black Box act using French fashion model Katrin Quinol as its album / singles cover art and supposed lead singer in all of the group's music videos.
Originally released on cassette tape, in 2005 they were re-released as a special edition, five-disc Vampire Hunter D-Audio Drama Box, including a small supplemental booklet with a new short story by Kikuchi and an " art cloth " with an illustration by Amano.
The Plein Air School of Painting from Box Hill rented a cottage at Eaglemont in 1888, forming the " Heidelberg School " of Australian art.
Another common theme ( to some extent overlapping the first ) is songs inspired by works of art, literature and museum exhibits ( e. g. " A Touch of Henry Moore ", " Soap Bubble Box ", " Nescio ").
Stone, Pat Morita, producer Ismail Merchant, Sir John Mills, Richard Pryor, Kay Walsh, Teresa Wright, Suzanne Flon, art director John Box, Jocelyn Brando, producer Ernest Lehman, composer Linda Martinez, director Morris Engel, Barbara Bel Geddes, director Robert Wise, June Haver, Brock Peters, Edward Bunker, Ruth Warrick, Lane Smith, Stanley DeSantis, Jean Parker, Sheree North and Anne Bancroft.
A picture of the character can be seen on the art for the band's limited edition Janne Da Arc 10th Anniversary Indies Complete Box, released March 15, 2006.
Nii ’ s “ Friends and Mentors ” belong to an established circle of the international art world, and include Jack Lenor Larsen ( Textile Designer ), Isamu Noguchi ( Sculptor ), Toshiko Takaezu ( Ceramist ), Ansei Uchima ( Print Maker and Painter ), Toshiko Uchima ( Collagist and Box Assemblage Artist ), Esteban Vicente ( Painter and Collagist ), Siah Armajani ( Conceptual Artist ), Hillary Harris ( Film Maker ), Max Newhouse ( New Media Artist ), Kenneth Noland ( Painter ), Max Roach ( Jazz Percussionist ), Leon Kirchner ( Composer ) and many more.
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Simple, even stark, paintings of common household items ( Still Life with a Smoker's Box ) and an uncanny ability to portray children's innocence in an unsentimental manner ( Boy with a Top ) nevertheless found an appreciative audience in his time, and account for his timeless appeal.
The first new television channels launched for carriage on cable systems ( going live in March 1984 ) were Sky Channel, Screensport, Music Box and TEN-The Movie Channel.
The success of the pairing prompted both acts to record repeatedly through 1950, producing such rhythmically comical fare as " The Woody Woodpecker Song " ( based on the frisky bird from the Walter Lantz cartoons, and another Billboard hit for the quartet ), " Put ' em in a Box, Tie ' em with a Ribbon ( And Throw ' em in the Deep Blue Sea )," " The Big Brass Band from Brazil ," " It's a Quiet Town ( In Crossbone County )," " Amelia Cordelia McHugh ( Mc Who?
* Box, G. E., Hunter, W. G., Hunter, J. S., Hunter, W. G., " Statistics for Experimenters: Design, Innovation, and Discovery ", 2nd Edition, Wiley, 2005, ISBN 0-471-71813-0
James Thurber used the ancient fable style in his books Fables for Our Time ( 1940 ) and Further Fables for Our Time ( 1956 ), and in his stories " The Princess and the Tin Box " in The Beast in Me and Other Animals ( 1948 ) and " The Last Clock: A Fable for the Time, Such As It Is, of Man " in Lanterns and Lances ( 1961 ).
Sullivan's first foray into comic opera was Cox and Box ( 1866 ), written with librettist F. C. Burnand for an informal gathering of friends.
In the last chapter of Darwin's Black Box, Behe goes on to explain his view that irreducible complexity is evidence for intelligent design.
Behe used the " development of the eye problem " as evidence for intelligent design in Darwin's Black Box.
Demme broke into feature film working for exploitation film producer Roger Corman from 1971 to 1976, co-writing and producing Angels Hard as They Come and The Hot Box.
She starred in Whose Life Is It Anyway with James Naughton, which opened on Broadway at the Royale Theatre on February 24, 1980, and ran for 96 performances, and in Sweet Sue, which opened at the Music Box Theatre ( transferred to the Royale Theatre ) on Jan. 8, 1988, and ran for 164 performances.
The operating system was code named Rhapsody, while the toolkit for development on all platforms was called " Yellow Box ".
* The building features a Black Box Theatre for student-directed productions and state-of-the-art audio laboratories as well as general classrooms.
Hit singles such as " Jam-Master Jay " and " Hard Times " proved that the group were more than a one-hit wonder, and the landmark single " Rock Box " was a groundbreaking fusion of raw hip-hop and hard rock that would become a cornerstone of the group's sound and paved the way for the rap rock movement of the late 1990s.
The music video for the single " Rock Box " was the first ever rap video to air on MTV and received heavy rotation from the channel.
In the South-East Asian Theatre there was the siege of Singapore and in the Burma Campaign sieges of Myitkyina, the Admin Box, Imphal and Kohima which was the high-water mark for the Japanese advance into India.
By 1975 both Number 96 and The Box, perhaps as a reaction to declining ratings for both shows, de-emphasised the sex and nudity moving more in the direction of comedy.
SMTP can trace its roots to two implementations described in 1971, the Mail Box Protocol, which has been disputed to actually have been implemented, but is discussed in RFC 196 and other RFCs, and the SNDMSG program, which, according to RFC 2235, Ray Tomlinson of BBN " invents " for TENEX computers the sending of mail across the ARPANET.
SOAP was designed as an object-access protocol in 1998 by Dave Winer, Don Box, Bob Atkinson, and Mohsen Al-Ghosein for Microsoft, where Atkinson and Al-Ghosein were working at the time.
In 2008, Sierra Entertainment announced Leisure Suit Larry: Box Office Bust for PC, Xbox 360, PS3 and mobile phones.
English-language operettas were first composed in England in the 1860s — for example, Arthur Sullivan's Cox and Box ( 1866 ).