Picture by Melissa Mercier
Artists often have more than one string to their bow. Ronnie Wood is an exceptional painter. Leonardo Di Caprio is an Activist. Jeff Ament is not a novice skateboarder.
Well, it just so happens that Art of Dying founder, writer, musician and vocalist Jonny Hetherington, is also a culinary maestro.
Hetherington, for the past year or so; when he has not been on the road, has been developing a line of hot sauce, and with plans to ship this product the world over, a Kickstarter campaign has commenced. Full details are right HERE!
Presentation is clean and simple, and was designed and photographed by Canadian photographer Melissa Mercier, who is based in Vancouver.
Those of you that follow Hetherington or his band Art of Dying, will already be aware of his love for cooking, presenting and eating. Here is your chance to become a part of that experience. Eat it up!
KG Headbangerwoman Oct 22 2015
English artist Jane Greenwood presents Corey Taylor in his most recent Slipknot guise.
This picture is not for sale, but Greenwood does accept commission work.
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With every year that goes by, the more the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame seems to become a less cloudy vision, a more transparent, old boys network who randomly pick names from the hat of yesteryear.
Rush, Donna Summer, Heart and Public Enemy on this years list. All deserve to be recognised, but are they names that you, today would put forward for any type of nomination? Why in fact should anyone be nominated for such an honour? Artists are out there because they want to be. Jeff Ament, bassist with Pearl Jam once said that “you can’t give people a fucking award for art.” He was right. There are so many that go unrecognised, un adulated and un awarded. Who are these suits that choose who should be revered and not so? No-one should judge anothers art. If a particular genre is not for you then that is OK, but if you do choose to comment who are you to say that Bob Geldof is superior to Eminem? You are no-one..
Artists, musicians, painters, actors and the like work hard at their crafts. Not because they want to end up a name on a wall, but because they have drive, vision and passion. The best thing you can do is buy the merchandise, see the show, listen to the records and tell your friends, relatives, neighbours and colleagues. Spread the word and keep them alive.