Robert Pattinson: Never Think

"Robert Pattinson: Never Think" Color Pencil on Card Stock Paper cut 8.5" by 11" July 9, 2009 - 6 hours

"Robert Pattinson: Never Think" Color Pencil on Card Stock Paper cut 8.5" by 11" July 9, 2009 - 6 hour

Coming to a dead end of any ideas for a title for another Robert Pattinson portrait, I had to reflect that the first was of a humorous editorial of Pattinson’s hair, however the second was thought at first to be of his glare or his snarl of a pursed expression.   The attention that “Robert Pattinson’s Unruly Hair” has had in an art showing has made me do another of him.   I find myself becoming a Pop Artist more and more these days and have yet to fully come to terms with it.

I just so happen to have picked up the soundtrack to the film Twilight .   That is, the album Twilight is made up of songs performed by various artists including Linkin Park, Collective Soul and a “Rob Pattinson.” Based on the song, “Never Think”, that Pattinson did for the soundtrack for his better-known appearance in, Twilight .   The song has a Jack Johnson feel to it and does show some talent on the side of Pattinson.

Little Ashes: The Poet & The Painter + Robert Pattinson’s GQ Cover (old) News

The Advocate has a great article about Rob’s upcoming film, Little Ashes, which will be released on March 27th.
In 1920s Spain, when Lorca was a student in Madrid, the penalty for sodomy was 15 years in custody, and still he published his erotic love poems to the eccentric young painter and fellow student Salvador Dalí. Their affair became legendary, inspiring the new film Little Ashes, flush with dreamy scenes of Lorca (portrayed by the Spanish actor Javier Beltrán) and Dali (played by Robert Pattinson of Twilight fame). In one scene their young bodies swirl together under moonlit water as they share their angelic first kiss. In another, in the midst of an attempt at lovemaking, Dali, on the verge of being penetrated, panics. He abruptly departs for Paris, leaving the devastated Lorca behind: And yet I suffered for you. I gashed — my veins — white lilies dueling jaws about your waist.
Read the rest here. As much as I want to see Kristen Stewart’s Adventureland, which does battle at the box office on the same day, I think Little Ashes is my first choice!
Also, as we heard a MONTH ago, Rob will be gracing the cover of the April edition of GQ to promote Little Ashes.

Little Ashes Advocate

The Advocate has a great article about Rob’s upcoming film, Little Ashes, which will be released on March 27th.

In 1920s Spain, when Lorca was a student in Madrid, the penalty for sodomy was 15 years in custody, and still he published his erotic love poems to the eccentric young painter and fellow student Salvador Dalí. Their affair became legendary, inspiring the new film Little Ashes, flush with dreamy scenes of Lorca (portrayed by the Spanish actor Javier Beltrán) and Dali (played by Robert Pattinson of Twilight fame). In one scene their young bodies swirl together under moonlit water as they share their angelic first kiss. In another, in the midst of an attempt at lovemaking, Dali, on the verge of being penetrated, panics. He abruptly departs for Paris, leaving the devastated Lorca behind: And yet I suffered for you. I gashed — my veins — white lilies dueling jaws about your waist.

Read the rest here. As much as I want to see Kristen Stewart’s Adventureland, which does battle at the box office on the same day, I think Little Ashes is my first choice!

Also, as we heard a MONTH ago, Rob will be gracing the cover of the April edition of GQ to promote Little Ashes.  ~ (twicrackaddict.blogspot.com)

The reason that I have posted the above article is that the below article ties into the subject matter of some of my artworks: Robert Pattinson

Vampire Cedric channeling Salvador Dali

robert-pattinson-salvador-daliTwilight heartthrob Robert Pattinson dons a mustache – and a heavy accent – for his next role as Spanish surrealist painter Salvador Dalí in Little Ashes. PEOPLE has an exclusive clip of the movie, which is set in 1922 and focuses on Dalí as a young man in love with the poet Federico GarcÍa Lorca, played by Javier Beltrán. Check out Pattinson as the eccentric artist in a charged encounter with Lorca – and Dalí’s wife. Little Ashes opens in late March.

The reason that I have posted the above article is that the below article ties into the subject matter of some of my artworks: Robert Pattinson