from that blog
Histoiredeloeil  is a Francophone culture blog which takes its name from French erotomaniac Georges Bataille‘s novel . Histoire de l’oeil
As of June 2009 it was connected to
A La Piscine, Absinthe, Africa & Omega, Alainfinkielkrautrock, Alex Gross, Andrei Tarkovsky, Anthrolology, Antonin Artaud, Arthur Ignatowski, Arthur Schopenhauer, Asian Drillpop, Au Carrefour Etrange, Aubrey Beardsley, Audrey Kawasaki, Blonde Zombies, Cambodian Rock, Cinemas D’asie Et D’ailleurs, Cult Sirens, Dada, Dan Hillier, Dario Argento, David Lynch, Deadlicious, Debord Cineaste, Demeure Du Chaos, Demoralys, Dengue Fever, Diane Arbus, Dream Anatomy, E-L-I-S-E, Elli + Jacno, Ennio Morricone, Ernst Haeckel, Erwin Olaf, Espira, Felicien Rops, Florent Deloison, Food Curiosa, Francis Bacon, Fumeur, H.R.Giger, Hans Bellmer, Helnwein, Hi Fructose, Impur, Jan Saudek, Jared Joslin, J-J Perrey, Jpop Trash, Junko Mizuno, Kraftwerk, La Soucoupe, Laura Brink, Laurie Lipton, Le 3eme Oeil, Le Palace, Leiji Matsumoto, Les 400 Culs, L’etrange Festival, Mamie Van Doren Show, Margo Guryan, Mark Ryden, Martin Monestier, Martin Parr, Matt Groller, Meiko Kaji, Mondo Bizzarro, Moondog, Oculart, Old Orient Museum, Opium Museum, Our Body, Paco Camino, Patricia Piccinini, Pierre Molinier, Plaid Stallions, Pop Cards, Puppet Mastaz, Ray Caesar, Retro Atelier, Retro Zone, Ron Mueck, Ron Winter, Rotten Clinic, Scans Cinema, S.F.,…, Schwarz-Weiss, Sebastien Tellier, Sexy People, Silent Hill, Sixties Posters, Square America, Stanley Kubrick, Suehiro Maruo, Suzanne G., Telex, Terry Rodgers, Thanatos, The Hot Spot, The Marquis Von Bayros, The Prisoner, Title Screens, Ubu Web, Vania Zouravliov, Wendy Carlos, William Blake and Wrong Side Of The Art.
If you want to check the connected blogs and sites, follow
. Website without artandpop profile are encouraged to make one.
Last November I introduced
At Her Discretion , my first exposure to the phenomeneon of micro-blogging. Today I took the Tumblr service for a test drive   and I was quite pleased with it.
Tumblr is a web 2.0 micro-blogging platform that allows users to post text, images, video, links, quotes, and audio to their tumblelog, a short-form blog. Users can “ follow” other users and see their posts together on their dashboard.
Compared to other web 2.0 social internet services:
Del.icio.us : Tumbler has no social bookmarking.
Facebook : Tumblr is public so it lets you reach a ider audience, but its ease of use is worse that that of Facebook.
Twitter : Tumblr may be a future competitor to Twitter, Twitter does not allow image previews.
WordPress: Tumblr excells at creating little visual interesting posts fast, WordPress is better for the longer more pensive posts.
So you can expect me to spend less time on FaceBook, Flickr, Del.icio.us to spend more time at
Mr.Fox: Darker Deeper
Mr.Fox: Darker Deeper   is an Anglophone visual culture blog with a focus on transgressive black and white photographs founded in May 2008.
As of May 2009, its most recent entries included
Deus Irae Psychedelico , Robert Gregory Griffeth  , Rik Garrett  , Laurie Lipton  , Simon Marsden  , Sanne Sannes  , Jeffrey Silverthorne  , Edward Donato 
As of May 2009, the blog was connected with
Blind Pony, EDK, Fetishart, Indie Nudes, Medieval Art, Morbid Anatomy, Ofellabuta, SensOtheque, With the ghost and Woolgathersome.
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Hercules by George Quaintance
PulpInternational.com . The blog is concerned with “vintage and modern pulp fiction, noir, schlock and exploitation films.” George Quaintance ( 1902– 1957)  was a pioneer of male physique art during the 1950s. From this series .
Outrepart.com is an image aggregator run by French web designer Omer Pesquer.
Omer Pesquer also runs Lewub.com and maintains Stéphane Blanquet’s site.
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E-L-I-S-E , , a visual culture blog.
I wish you all the best, and would like to pay my respects to the following blogs, and beg the pardon of any acquaintances I may have failed to list.
This is the best of the blogs, new and old, but with a particular focus on new arrivals over the period 2007-2008. Good fellow travelling.
Since in the early
21st century, art blogs have cropped up around the world to add their voices to the art world. Some notable blogs include BibliOdyssey, A Journey Round My Skull, At Her Discretion, Femme Femme Femme, Hugo Strikes Back, ponyXpress, John Coulthart‘s Feuilleton, Bright Stupid Confetti and Adventures in the Print Trade.
Il Giornale Nuovo was one of the most renowned but has been defunct since 2007.
Litblogs of note include De Papieren Man (Dutch), The Existence Machine, This Space, The Reading Experience, Tales from the Reading Room, Bookride, Livros de Areia, Pimenta negra and Moleskine Literario. Film blogs
Good film blogs include
Elusive Lucidity ( Zach Campbell), Esotika Erotica Psychotica, Flickhead, Tim Lucas, Girish, Moon in the Gutter and Cinebeats.
Good music blogs include
, On The Wire , Simon Reynolds (2002-2007), Woebot , Down With Tunes and Mutant Sounds . Alain Finkielkrautrock
Self-portrait of Marcel Roux
A good blog watches part of the
blogosphere you don’t frequently visit but ideally overlaps with your own blogroll for about 30% to 50%. This makes sure that you have common ground (the usual suspects). More than that percentage is too much overlap, you might as well be on your own blog.
The blogroll of the blog I am about to introduce,
Illusory Confections  shares a good deal of links with my own blog, among which the recently discovered , A journey round my skull , BibliOdyssey , Femme Femme Femme Herbert Pfostl‘s Paper graveyard, and Morbid Anatomy John Coulthart‘s Feuilleton.
“We are left over from the time of
Przybyszewski, Ghosts who love
Lautrec and despair”
It introduces a film of
Pierre-Auguste Renoir  at work, photographs by Zola  and Mucha  and artwork by the underrated Marcel Roux , the latter “similar to Rops in content and style”.
One of its exemplary posts is titled “Wherein
Mirbeau, Schlichter, and personal fashion statements collide, if somewhat disjointedly .
I have one minor
gripe with the blog. It isn’t in the habit of crediting its visuals. So it is impossible to know whether the excellent morbid pictures in its latest posts    are by the blog’s owner or by someone else.
Bright Stupid Confetti 
Its latest post
 gives us the following YouTube goodies:
Etymologically, the blog can be traced to
and bright, stupid confetti.
Kontakte” is WMC #80.