It was back in November 30th 1982 that Michael Jackson launched Thriller, which revolutionized the world of music and entertainment. That’s why we’d like to pay tribute to this major feat today, 26 years later, with three versions of his song/video that you MUST watch.
The Indian Michael Jackson:
François Macré singing the tune with 64 A’Capella tracks:
1,500 prisoners dancing in a prison in the Philippines:
Posted on 28 November 2008, 20:04, by Stefan, under Arte.
These two sculptures have a lot in common between them. Both of them were conceived to be placed in public spaces and reflect their surroundings. In addition, both of these sculptures have become extremely popular and interactive, drawing massive crowds. The main difference between them is that one was done by Anish Kapoor and the other one by Marco Hammerling.
Cloud Gate, known by many as “The Bean” has become a true icon of the City of Chicago. Since being installed in Millenium Park in 2004 it has managed to captivate millions of people. It’s was made with 110 Tons of stainless steel and it’s a must if you find yourself in the Windy City.
Cityscope de Marco Hemmerling:
Cityscope was recently installed in Cologne, Germany. What’s really cool about this piece is that its filled with neon tubes that transform it at nighttime. Inside it has a computer that programs and coordinates a number of sequences using these lights, making it a true visual spectacle.
Posted on 27 November 2008, 0:52, by Stefan, under Letras.
She asked for the fourth time, insistently.
⎯ Shall I wait for you in Café Troya or in the Ithaca?
⎯ Hmm, you know, maybe its best if we see each other later in the house ⎯ he responded as to not compromise himself too much.