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A new fantasy-focused exhibit at the Norman Rockwell Museum shows the influence of five centuries of fantasy art on today’s illustrators and the themes that continue to be represented through centuries of human expression. “Enchanted: A History of Fantasy Illustration” runs through Oct. 31 at the Stockbridge museum. Unlike science fiction, which is based on
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Color is to the eye what birdsong is to the ear: a primal communion between ourselves and nature. The elemental power of color radiates from van Gogh’s shimmering wheat fields; in celestial photographs from the Hubble Space Telescope; and in the Technicolor fantasyscape that bursts onto the screen in “The Wizard of Oz.” Color memories
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Say hello to Google’s new pricing tiers for Google Photos. The familiar web interface for Photos users. Google The Google Photos storage management tool. Google Google Photos once offered unlimited picture storage. It was glorious. Unsurprisingly, the service has a massive user base. https://twitter.com/dflieb/status/1326586065851883522 We take more photos now than ever before. Growth in this
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In the Indian art world, the first six months of 2021 have been about sustaining physical programming and executing new online initiatives. Image via Facebook/@KochiMuzirisBiennale It’s a deceptively straightforward artwork. The index finger has the indelible ink, or more commonly known as the voter’s ink, and the middle finger is inside an oximeter, which became a
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“Hope Amidst the Ashes” by Jo-Anne McArthur. Grand Prize Winner.Bushfires have ravaged the Australian landscape in recent years, burning some 17 million hectares (42 million acres) in 2019 and 2020 alone. Driven by record-setting droughts and temperatures, wildfires have devastated habitats and wildlife populations alike, and scientists are worried that these events will only grow
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LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Wizard World, a division of Wizard Brands Inc.™ (OTCQB: WIZD), announced today the launch of its inaugural collection of two-dimensional, non-fungible tokens (2D NFTs) of exclusive items from the Wizard World Vault online marketplace (www.wizardworldvault.com). Compiled from 25 years of events (www.wizardworld.com) and trusted sourcing throughout the pop-culture industry, Wizard World’s collectibles are
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KENNEDY CENTER HONORS Washington, D.C.’s Kennedy Center pulled all the stops ― all of them advisable by the CDC anyway — to fête its 2021 honorees (violinist Midori, screen giant Dick Van Dyke, country singer Garth Brooks, folk songbird and activist Joan Baez, and actor/dancer Debbie Allen). The televised two-hour special is sure to include
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A prominent but decades-old Vancouver rental building will be getting a facelift from a world renowned author and artist, after the City of Vancouver approved a new public art work by Vancouver’s Douglas Coupland. According to a statement Thursday, the city’s approval means Coupland will be using The Berkeley building as a canvas for a painting commissioned by the building’s original owner
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MILWAUKEE — Some are calling it a digital gold rush, while others are often left with more questions than answers when trying to grasp the idea of non-fungible tokens (NFTs). “I think the easiest way to think about NFTs is rather than purchasing an actual digital image, you’re purchasing the rights to the digital image,”
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