Politics: The Art of Michael D’Antuono

Art is not made to decorate rooms. It is an offensive weapon in the defense against the enemy. Pablo Picasso, 1943-03-24

I saw the ‘Diversity’ poster by Michael D’Antuono in a tweet from Malcolm
Nance.

 

Diversity Makes America Great

 

Michael D’Antuono’s art is reminiscent of Norman Rockwell.

 

“”Freedom from Fear” by Norman Rockwell 1943

But these are different times:

Cold as Ice

Like Rockwell, D’Antuono uses his art to make a powerful case for American Democracy and the Rule of Law.

 

“”Freedom of Worship” by Norman Rockwell 1943
Patriots
The Talk
Make America Hate Again
If We Can’t Trust the President we need to Impeach

I post these images because I agree with them. I do not know the artist and do not profit from sales of his work.

Planned Prisonhood

Art by Michael D’Antuono

I do not own these images.

Rob Goldstein 2019

Twittering Tales: Young Again

The Supper Club

The young friends enjoyed a lavish dinner; then retired to the kitchen to pick at leftovers and laugh about old times. Before they parted, they made a toast to the future and to long and healthy lives. None of them felt the wormhole take them as they ate; none of them remembered the nursing home.

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(c) Rob Goldstein 2019

This is an entry for Kat Myrman’s  Twittering Tales #144 – 9 July 2019

Twittering Tales Kat Myrman

 

Weekend Music Share: The Moody Blues, Have You Heard

‘Have you heard’ by the Moody Blues was one of my favorite songs as a teen.
Listening to it again decades later, it seems wise and strangely euphoric.

This post is part of the weekend music share at Hugh’s Views and News

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‘I Follow the Void’ (c) Rob Goldstein 2019