He eliminated the brushwork of 1957: too artsy-fartsy
It might help Tanner score points with the theater elite if he were just a little more artsy-fartsy
and didn't make what he does seem so effortless.
Bjork is a famously artsy-fartsy
pop star--a darling of the Whitney Biennial set, the girlfriend of artist Matthew Barney, the star of Lars von Trier's Dancer in the Dark, an avant-garde fashion plate who turned up at the 2001 Oscars swaddled in a swan carcass, looking like a walking Damien Hirst installation.
It's the artsy-fartsy
festival: right--brained, underground, non--linear and definitely not Hollywood.
He said: "People tend to see the artsy-fartsy
side of it - they don't get to see you hands and elbow - deep in plaster, carrying a ton of paster up 18ft of scaffolding and emptying tanks.
Now we see one of the world's most successful companies bucking all that artsy-fartsy
nonsense and saying, 'Our Web site is not as good as our customers deserve, and it doesn't do all the things we want it to be able to do for our customers, so we're going to shut it down, fix it, and then reopen.
He has to focus on what projects are next on his plate, and the Staake plate is a very diverse, artsy-fartsy
To most people, the stereo-typical agency type is either a slick Wall Street dude in a three-piece suit, who's always wheeling and dealing to steal competitor's accounts, or a slightly off-the-wall creative cat, who wears floral ties with bright plaid shirts and blue jeans as he creates spectacularly successful ad campaigns over a bottle of vintage wine in his artsy-fartsy
[sic] loft studio.
Can my product fit in this cool artsy-fartsy
box I found online?
Nursing the wounds of the split, the group has reformed and settled in Oakland, California, a place a little more welcoming to artsy-fartsy
oddball bands than, say, Alabama.
Hip-hop self-administered another layer of polish, rock tried going artsy-fartsy
again, and electronic music discovered lo-fi and generally putzed around there.