Nu Renaissance Man

Nu /nuː/ - prefix

modern, or new: used especially with styles of music to show that they exist in a different form from the past

Renaissance man- noun

a man of any period who has a broad range of intellectual interests. An outstandingly versatile, well-rounded person. The expression alludes to such Renaissance figures as Paul Robeson, Leonardo da Vinci, Imhotep, who performed brilliantly in many different fields.

Nu Renaissance Man - Deep Thinker, Spiritual, Soldier, Architect, Photographer, Environmentalist, Artist, Athlete, Style, Lover of Jazz, Rap, Classical,Soul, Salsa, West Coast Swing- I'd never place myself on the level of a Paul Robeson, Imhotep or Leonardo Da Vinci, however; I'm certainly striving to be a man of EXCELLENCE, maximizing my genetic potential. This blog represents One Man's Pursuit of EXCELLENCE demonstrated through His Varied & Diverse Interest(s), Inspirations & Aesthetics...
themaninthegreenshirt:

Henry (Hank) Mobley (July 7, 1930 – May 30, 1986) was an American hard bop and soul jazz tenor saxophonist and composer. Mobley was described by Leonard Feather as the “middleweight champion of the tenor saxophone”, a metaphor used to describe his tone, that was neither as aggressive as John Coltrane nor as mellow as Stan Getz, and his style that was laid-back, subtle and melodic, especially in contrast with players like Sonny Rollins and Coltrane. The critic Stacia Proefrock claimed he is “one of the most underrated musicians of the bop era.”

themaninthegreenshirt:

Henry (Hank) Mobley (July 7, 1930 – May 30, 1986) was an American hard bop and soul jazz tenor saxophonist and composer. Mobley was described by Leonard Feather as the “middleweight champion of the tenor saxophone”, a metaphor used to describe his tone, that was neither as aggressive as John Coltrane nor as mellow as Stan Getz, and his style that was laid-back, subtle and melodic, especially in contrast with players like Sonny Rollins and Coltrane. The critic Stacia Proefrock claimed he is “one of the most underrated musicians of the bop era.”

elcontexto:

UF Pin Up 2014

via spatiallyobvious
"…I will try to document better, but there is about 80+ students with 8ft by 4ft pin up boards full of ideas and techniques."