Making Art as a Means to an End

"Current 1" by F. Geoffrey Johnson   Making Art as a Means to an End By Max Eternity   F. Geoffrey Johnson started his creative life as a poet, but says he grew into visual art to express in sight what he wanted to be heard.  “I’ve been a poet since 1974, and started making …

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“A Pair of Testicles Fell Off the President on Election Day” says former Guantanomo Chief Prosecutor

Max Eternity - In an exclusive interview at Truthout earlier this year, Dr. Cornel West--civil rights activist, author and professor at Princeton University--said much of resulting leadership coming from Obama is because there is a deficit of leadership in the culture. Similar sentiments were echoed again today by someone else on the national stage--a government …

Béton Brut: An Architectural Primer

Photo and model of the Atlanta Fulton Central Public Library _____________________________________________________   Béton Brut: An Architectural Primer by Max Eternity   Auguste Perret (1874 – 1954) was a French architect who specialized in reinforced concrete construction, known as Béton Brut. Meaning ‘raw concrete”, Béton Brut, aka Brutalism, is an architectural style that was once much …