Right around award season time, People.com released a great set of photoshopped images that showed Oscar nominees posing with younger versions of themselves. While People is known as a weekly…Continue
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I’m excited to announce that I’m now contributing to Chevy Culture, a lifestyle and auto site sponsored by Chevrolet. Click through for the full post on Chevy Culture, and come back in the next few weeks and months for more.
With eye-popping design, the 2014 Spark EV is a head turner no matter where you go. Add to that its 400…Continue
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Every so often we get an email from a publishing house letting us know about an art book they'd like us to review. As a fan of UK-based artist Olly Moss, I jumped at the chance of letting you, our viewers, know about this brand new first book by Olly Moss called…
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If you've ever wanted to see an artist's interpretation of famous TV locations, look no further than Tim Doyle's new works for Spoke Art Gallery. Called "Unreal Estate," it's places that we all know and love, even though they only exist in our pop culture memory. As Doyle says, "'Some of us have been going to these places for decades -…Continue
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Hong Kong-based mother and designer, under the name Loopz, has created these cute vector art prints that are an ode to pop culture. Featuring princesses, superheroes, and even Star Wars characters, they're so fantastically fun, you'll want to buy them as sets to hang up in your office or baby's…
Where do you go to get your daily art and culture fix? Today, we've rounded up six websites that do an excellent job at making you feel as though you're always in the know. From serious art-focused sites like Art Daily and Art Observed to more fun pop culture sites like Neatorama and Buzzfeed, these sites are guaranteed to educate and entertain you for hours on end.
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Chromed up, with individual artworks on their panels and lit up like Christmas trees, these Japanese trucks and their proud owners (with sharp eyes for detail), form part of a distinct sub-culture in Japanese society. The full color photographs, captured by Tatsuki Masaru in a project started in 1998, allow insights both into a personal and intimate world, and a unique aesthetic phenomenon.…
First, I wanted to say THANKS MARY for recommending this unique experience!