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MV: 70 millions

http://designc7.com/journal/mv-70-millions/

Love this MV so much! It’s so funny and creative :D

  1. Last Supper – Da Vinci
  2. The Birth of Venus – Botticelli
  3. Tilp doctor’s Anatomy Lesson – Rembrandt
  4. Girl with a Pearl Earring (right) – Vermeer
  5. The Raft of Medusa – Theodore • Gericault
  6. Mara’s death – Louis • Dawit
  7. Vatican’s Sistine Chapel frescoes, “Genesis of the Creation of Adam” – Michelangelo
  8. The Treachery of Images – Rene Magritte
  9. Red, yellow and blue composition – Piet Mondrian
  10. ?
  11. ?
  12. Scream – Edward Munch
  13. Self-portrait – Van Gogh
  14. Pope Marilyn Monroe – Richard Hamilton
  15. ?
  16. ?
  17. ?
  18. Olympia – Manet
  19. Liberty Leading the People – Delacroix
  20. Rabbit pub – Picasso
  21. Kiss – Klimt
  22. Bride – Marc Chagall
  23. Las Maninas – Diego Vel a Zquez
  24. Sunflowers – Van Gogh

The numbers are according to the order of appearance.

Mr. Children - hanabi

http://designc7.com/journal/mr-children-hanabi/

Recently one of my friends Hiko, who is from Tokyo Japan, recommended a Japanese group to me, it’s called Mr Children. yesterday I sent him a funny Japanese Christmas song called Jingle Bells – 7人の麦わら海賊団, which is from the popular cartoon One Piece(ワンピース) of Japan – I really love this cartoon, haha. And he said, oh, you know, Mr Children would make music for the movie if the author Eiichiro Oda 尾田 栄一郎 make a One Piece movie. Then that’s how I know Mr. Children.

He said Mr Children is the most popular group in Japan right now. here I will have you one of their songs called Hanabi. This one is just awesome!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RcOAvHgSttA

mr. children

Mr. Children, commonly called “Misuchiru” (ミスチル), is a Japanese rock band formed in 1988 by Kazutoshi Sakurai, Kenichi Tahara, Keisuke Nakagawa, and Hideya Suzuki. As a group, they are one of the most successful Japanese pop artists, having sold over 50 million records and creating the “Misuchiru Phenomenon” (ミスチル現象) in the mid 1990s in Japan.

from Wikipedia