picture black

picture black

[′pik·chər ¦blak]
(communications)
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Picture black cast iron fireplaces, old antique dressers and, soon, an 18th century piano taking centre stage.
So not only can I picture Black Hole Sun on the big screen, I have a complete screenplay that matches the first draft of the novel (that first draft hardly resembles the final book, however).
Comments or cartoons, news or views, fury or frustration - all colours and tones are used to paint one man's picture black, blue and battered.
The famed composer of the signature repertoire for the motion picture Black Orpheus covers an expansive gamut of styles, from classical to jazz and samba and even a Scottish march.
And yet the question of race is not circumvented by this attempt to picture black mental endowment in terms of a white image.
The reception is poor, the picture black and white and the sound crackly, yet no-one complains.
When major firms did advertise in the Negro press, which was very seldom, it never crossed their minds to use Negro faces in the ads, or to picture Black youngsters eating national brand cereals, or colored people riding in an automobile, be it Ford or Lincoln, or buying a soft drink for their children.
Soon he'll start work on gang picture Black Mass and Through the Looking Glass, where he reprises his Alice in Wonderland role as the Mad Hatter.
Crucially, both Rap music and the new Black films picture Black men and women trapped by systems,(5) and the performative acts which enable them to remove obstacles from their ways and to reinvent themselves.
When major firms did advertise in the Negro press, which was very seldom, it never crossed their minds to use Negro faces in the ads, or to picture Black youngsters eating national-brand cereals, or colored people riding in an automobile, be it Ford or Lincoln, or buying a soft drink for their children.
Sometimes people are too quick to read the negative things and paint the picture black.