Sparkzilla

Sparkzilla

It's so scary! A wind-up lizard is a perfect holiday stuffer for the stocking!

  • Description They were "new wave" before there was a new wave. Sparks brought a healthy helping of humor, wit and irony to rock 'n' roll. The Mael brothers now have a tribute album...well, sort of. The unofficial word is that they... Description They were "new wave" before there was a new wave. Sparks brought a healthy helping of humor, wit and irony to rock 'n' roll. The Mael brothers now have a tribute album...well, sort of. The unofficial word is that they couldn't find enough people to participate in a tribute recording so they made one to themselves. Hard to believe, but maybe everyone but Jimmy Somerville was afraid to compete with Russell Mael's munchkin-on-helium vocals. So Sparks re-made their own songs, adding orchestration and turning up the camp to stratospheric heights, sounding like Kurt Weill on nitrous oxide. And yes,Erasure and Faith No More did contribute to this record, but what's particularly impressive about this collection is all the great songs that AREN'T here--enough to fill another tribute. And what about that beefcake cover photo? Is it realor is it Photoshop? You decide.

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  • Cydwoq, Cydwoq, Cydwoq--why do I love all your sandals so? This Spark number is so graceful but also edgy. I just now bit the bullet and ordered it since I can imagine it's going to give a little extra fire power to my summer skir... Cydwoq, Cydwoq, Cydwoq--why do I love all your sandals so? This Spark number is so graceful but also edgy. I just now bit the bullet and ordered it since I can imagine it's going to give a little extra fire power to my summer skirts and dresses.

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  • One of the most important and innovative artists in contemporary China, Zhang Huan (b. 1965) brought the burgeoning Chinese art scene to international attention in the 1990s with a series of taboo-breaking performances. His artwor... One of the most important and innovative artists in contemporary China, Zhang Huan (b. 1965) brought the burgeoning Chinese art scene to international attention in the 1990s with a series of taboo-breaking performances. His artwork continues to explore the tragedies of the human condition and the spiritual essence of Buddhism in a range of media that includes photography, painting and monumental sculpture. Zhang's work has been exhibited in the world's most prestigious museums and international exhibitions, including the 1999 Venice Biennale, the 2001 Yokohama Triennial and the 2002 Whitney Biennial. This monograph is the first complete analysis of the artist's entire career, from his beginnings in the communal art scene of Beijing's East Village to his breakthrough in New York and his return to Shanghai, where he now runs a studio with over 40 assistants.

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  • I love this hoodie from Bank. The colors are simple but I love the pattern. Me likey.

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