Project Never Say Never: Vol 4

Project Never Say Never: Vol 4

Welcome back to Never Say Never, in which I revisit old posts and add the lost images to only the most worthy.  This edit, from 2011, is heavy on art, Old Hollywood stars, and beautiful poetry and writing.  Happy Monday, one and all!

[row][column grid=”6″ offset=”0″]


Love is Love | September 2, 2011

Young Jimmy Stewart is a dreamboat!  This post also features a song tribute to JS by the incomparable Aimee Mann.

[/column][column grid=”6″ offset=”0″][tmedium align=”left”]


The World Is Too Much |

A poem by William Wordsworth (1807) which is oddly prescient for our modern age.

[/column][/row][row][column grid=”6″ offset=”0″][tmedium align=”left”]

Yours Passionately | September 15, 2011

Surprisingly touching computer generated love letters.

[/column][column grid=”6″ offset=”0″]

The Lake of Beauty | October 1, 2011

Corita Kent’s prints are a long-time favorite of mine.  This one also features a beautiful poem by Edward Carpenter.

[/column][/row][row][column grid=”6″ offset=”0″]


Remake a World | August 10, 2011

A roundup of Old Hollywood stars and musicians reading and a beautiful quote about books by Ray Bradbury.

[/column][column grid=”6″ offset=”0″]


Born in a Minute |

Helen Frankenthaler’s paintings are gorgeous!  And as a woman in the male-dominated modern art scene of the 1970’s, she is a hero.


No Comments

Leave a Reply