"We are the champions" Queen 1977 Written by Freddy Mercury Performed by Queen There is really no good explanation for 'We Are The Champions' by Queen, one of the best known sport songs ever, to be Sportsong of the Week #22, but now it joins the others! No need to tell a lot about the song, because everybody has heard it at least ones in their life! "We Are the Champions" is a power ballad written by Freddie Mercury and recorded and performed by British rock band Queen for th
Today Art Loves Sport proudly presents a new Artist Interview: the gifted American artist Deon Duncan! Click here to read all about this family loving, lone trail running, sculptor who seeks danger thrills!
The goal of Art Loves Sport is to show sportart as diverse as possible. Different types of art, different types of sports and different artists. There are a lot of initiatives that inspire Art Loves Sport daily and continue to push me to add new content, artist or blogposts about sportart. On the territory of basketball there are a lot of initiatives that focus solely on this beautiful game and the accompanying art. Here I want to share the two that inspire me most! Posterize
"Johan, het is koud zonder jou" Andre Hazes 1983 (c) André Hazes Yesterday the terrible news came out that Dutch football legend, the best Dutch player ever, Johan Cruyff is diagnosed with lung cancer. In tribute to JC14 and to give him all the strenght needed to recover, Sportsong of the Week #21 is: 'Johan, het is koud zonder jou' [Johan, it's cold without you] by, another Dutch legend, Andre Hazes. Andre Hazes is the best known folk singer of Holland. He passed away in 200
"One Shining Moment" Luther Vandross 2005 Original by David Barrett March Madness is the most exciting time in the NCAA Basketball season. It's win or go home, there are upsets, surprises, stars are born, stars fail hard. Sportsdrama in its ultimate form. The new season is around the corner so to get you excited already for march Sportsong of the Week #20 is 'One Shining Moment' by the late Luther Vandross. The song was originally written by David Barrett. CBS Sports traditio
Today Art Loves Sport proudly presents a new Artist Interview: the talented Belgian designer Bram Vanhaeren! Click here to read all about this people loving designer who lets go and moves on after creating a work!
"Sports Song" 'Weird Al' Yankovic 2014 (C) RCA Records Sportsong of the Week #19 portrays the true feeling every sports fan has for his own team and the opposing team: 'we're great, you suck! It's Weird Al Yankovic song parody 'Sports Song' from 2014, where he is backed up by an entire army of a traditional marching band. For those who don't know: Alfred Matthew 'Weird Al' Yankovic is an American multimedia superstar. He is a singer, songwriter, parodist, actor, director, pro
Yesterday I posted about the Air Jordan expo which is gonna be held in Tokyo. Today I got hear of an exciting exhibition about Brazilian football legend Pelé currently on display in London. So I had to share this with you! In celebration of Pelé’s 75th Birthday and his lifetime of achievements, Halcyon Gallery and its internationally acclaimed artists have created a unique exhibition to honour this legend; his creativity, his life and his incredible sporting career. The exhib
As a true Michael Jordan fan, lover of Nike sneakers and of contemporary art, I had to share the news that Nike will open 'MUSEUM 23' in Tokyo because of the 30th anniversary of Air Jordan. At the Museum of Contemporary Art Tokyo a space will pay tribute to perhaps the most iconic sneaker in history and biggest sports star ever! Hopefully the rumor is true! In the space you will have the opportunity to experience the Jordan Brand history with a complete lineup of the series f