Category: Entertainment

Andy Warhol – "Cowboys and Indians" – "Sitting Bull"

Andy Warhol released the “Cowboys and Indians” Limited edition print Portfolio in 1986. It was his last edition with 10 prints. They are screenprints on Lenox Museum Board. Rupert Jasen Smith was the printer and Gaultney, Klineman Art, Inc. was the publisher. Understanding the “Sitting Bull” in Andy Warhol’s 1986 “Cowboys and Indians” Portfolio is

The Foundations and Tenets of Aikido

One of the meanings of Aikido is “The Way of Harmony with the Spirit”, the martial art is a non-violent martial art. Despite this no one should be deceived, when used properly Aikido can just be as powerful as and even more so than other martial arts. This power can help in effectively neutralizing strong

Videoke in the Philippines

Videoke is a very popular form of entertainment in the Philippines. An entertainment in which amateur singers or just anybody who wants to try singing, sing along with recorded music using a microphone. On video, the voice of the original singers are removed or muted and the lyrics are displayed with corresponding moving cursors and

Pop Art Movement – Comfort in Commercialism

The Pop Art movement began during the 1950s and 60s in Britain and America evolving around the products of the mass media.  The artwork derived from popular culture became one of the United States’ major artistic movements of the 20th century. The artwork, based on packaging, television, advertising, films and even comic books helped to

Why Taekwondo Is So Popular

First, let me set the scene. I am not a Taekwondo Master. Nor even a Black Belt. In fact, I don’t have a belt at all. Indeed, I have never had a Taekwondo belt. So why, you are entitled to ask, am I writing an article about Taekwondo? The reason is simple. In my day