I really don’t care whether movie critics consider Pulp Fiction to be one of the defining movies of the New-noir genre, whether it is a prime example of post-modernist film or whether it is empty-headed camp.
I think it was a hugely entertaining movie and this black-and-white mosaic of Jules and Vincent by Joris Blok is awesome. Full stop.
Well if you liked that one, you’ll love this one:
^Yes I do, but I’m not in the habit of blogging creations that are nearly a year old. If I’d seen it at the time, perhaps I would have.
Oh. Too bad you didn’t see this one at the time, either. ;)
^Ouch. At least the picture I blogged now looks better, but, indeed, I didn’t see that one either. Still awesome though.
In Ralph’s defense, I would’ve passed over both of those older photos, too — they just didn’t have the presentation quality (lighting, angle…) that Joris’ current photo of his mosaic has.
^Ouch indeed, my pulp fiction pics are the only pics in my photostream that were taken by a professional photographer.
Well, thanks PepaQuin for bringing mine up even though Joris’ was made before mine.
Heh heh. ;-) Your Batman, David Bowie, and War Machine are all pretty epic. Did you see that we featured your Bowie last March?
Well this was awkward, haha.
Thanks for blogging this though, Ralph. I had to rephotograph the image for the magazine of a museum, because the old picture was not sharp enough. Please delete the picture if necessary.
Actually not all that awkward. A mosaic simply looks best when photographed perpendicular to the plane of the mosaic. Would I have blogged your older picture or the one by getdamonkey if I’d have seen them last year? Possibly, but I didn’t. This new picture is a lot better and even though the model in it is more than a year old, I think it is sufficiently good to be blogged now.