The first two and a half month of Art Loves Sport have been an amazing experience. All the positive reactions by the featured artists, sport lovers, art lovers and many more. It has been an affirmation of the idea of bringing art and sport more together! So thanks everyone for your reactions, likes, follows and help. But everybody needs a vacation sometimes. Also Art Loves Sport. Monday we are traveling to Colombia for five weeks. So the weekly blogposts will probably not be
"Waka Waka (This Time For Africa)" Shakira ft. Freshlyground 2010 Produced by Shakira & John Hill Copyright Arc Music Next week I'm traveling for a month to Colombia. So the choice for one of the biggest Colombian music artists for Sportsong of the Week #12 is the way to go. It was the official tune of the World Cup Football of 2010 in South Africa: Waka Waka (This Time For Africa) by recording artist Shakira featuring the very talented South African group Freshlyground. The
Art Loves Sport stickers are in! Just a little promotion! Keep your eyes out! If you see one, sent a picture! They are coming to our five week trip to Colombia starting on monday as well, to promote the mission worldwide! Unlike MC Hammer, you can touch these! Tudududu tudu Stickertime! If you want some stickers, just sent an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org and you will receive your own!
Today in the segment Artist Interviews the interview with Brooklyn based artist Case Jernigan of Off-Foot Soccer was added! How did his love for sports and art come about? What athlete and sports team does he come out of bed for? Who are his favourite artists and artist colleagues? What would he do if he was Julius Caesar for a day? And many more questions! Just click here for the interview and to get to know Case better. Reading joy guaranteed! You can find the tab to go to
"Tour de France" Kraftwerk 1983 (original) Produced by Ralf Hütter & Florian Schneider Label: Kling Klang, EMI, Warner Bros. Last week the Tour de France, the best known cycling competition in the world, started in Utrecht in the Netherlands. At the opening festivities at Le Grand Départ the men from Kraftwerk performed their song Tour de France, so this had to be Sportsong of the Week #11. Kraftwerk made the original song in june of 1983. Kraftwerk is a German electronic mus
"Surfin' U.S.A." Beach Boys 1963 Lyrics by Brian Wilson & music by Chuck Berry Copyright Arc Music Summer is finally here! Let's head out to the beach, paddle out while listening to Sportsong of the Week #10: Surfin' U.S.A. by the Beach Boys. 'If everybody had an ocean, then everybody'd be surfin'!' In 1961 The Beach Boys started their rock band in Hawthorne, California. The group's original lineup consisted of brothers Brian, Dennis and Carl Wilson, their cousin Mike Love, a
Today Art Loves Sport is happy to publish a new segment: Artist Interviews. Who are these artists? How did their love for sports and art come about? Who are their favourite artists? What would they do if they were Julius Caesar? First ones up: the talented Daniel Nyari and Marcus Marritt. You can find the tab in the bottom menu of the site or click here. More interviews coming soon!