Spielberg + Lucas = Rockwell

The LA Times has a nice write-up about a new exhibit at The Smithsonian American Art Museum featuring two of Norman Rockwell’s biggest fans/collectors, Steven Spielberg and George Lucas. Although the exhibition doesn’t feature Rockwell’s movie posters, it will showcase the master storyteller’s All-Americana skills.

The Rockwell Files

When people think of Norman Rockwell, they typically think of his old Saturday Evening Post covers of Americana and the Four Freedoms series. But he also did a few movie posters back in the day.

What I also love, too, is that you can see his signature on each one!

What The Heck Happened To MeanSheets?

MeanSheets was originally created to spoof movies, movie stars, and all of the seemingly infinite pop culture references that saturate our snarky, celebrity-obsessed society. But after a while, I felt kinda sleazy trying to catch up on all of the gossip about Megan Fox and Kim Kardashian…

So, MeanSheets has been rejuven-amped!

MeanSheets will now focus on the art of the movie poster and the many incredibly talented and largely unknown movie poster artists and designers of the 20th Century. So consider MeanSheets like an online museum — where we pay tribute to the Picassos and Matisses of the movie poster world.

And for those of you who still miss the Megan Fox pics, there’s always the archives!