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Editorial cartoons with a punch.

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Collect SuperRare Digital Artworks with cryptocurrency.

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Rarible: NFT Marketplace – create and sell digital collectibles secured with blockchain.

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A NFT (largest) market place. For all things crypto.

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A 3D showcase & community to inspire more 3D creations.

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Art, design, photography and more!

In ‘Kiosk,’ Visit the Tiny Disappearing Urban Shops of Eastern Europe

21 June 2024 @ 2:33 pm

If you were born in the past three or four decades, you may not remember much about the former Eastern Bloc, a group of countries aligned politically and economically with the Soviet Union, or USSR, from 1945 to 1991. The coalition was characterized by its alignment with the communist ideology of Marxism–Leninism, rather than the capitalist structure of the Western Bloc, or countries that aligned with the United States. In the late 1980s, the USSR loosened its yoke on the Eastern Bloc, spurring revolutionary democratic action, and in 1989, the momentous and symbolic destruction of the Berlin Wall. Mo

Xenobia Bailey Envisions a Distinctly African American Aesthetic One Crochet Stitch at a Time

21 June 2024 @ 10:00 am

From bright yarns, pony beads, and cowry shells, artist and activist Xenobia Bailey hand-crochets elaborate shooting stars, suspended shelters, and sacred forms. Wall works and standalone sculptures incorporate the artist’s signature use of crochet into vibrant, sometimes psychedelic compositions that pulse with whorling patterns and color. For more than three decades, Bailey has pursued a project titled Paradise Under Reconstruction in the Aesthetic of Funk, influenced by the period of Reconstruction following the Civil War between 1866 and 1877. More Do stories and artists like this matter to you? Become a Colossal Member today and support independent arts publishing for as little as $5 per month. The

Birds Star in Spectacular Scenes for This Year’s Audubon Photography Awards

20 June 2024 @ 7:00 pm

2024 marks the 15th year of the annual Audubon Photography Awards, which garnered over 2,300 entrants from all 50 states, Washington D.C., and 10 areas in Canada. Highlighting a wide range of skills from youth photographers to professional photojournalists, each image reveals the distinctive beauty of birds. From a Forster Tern spiraling through the air to a Sedge Wren grasping two long stems as if they were stilts, everyday spectacles are masterfully captured in high resolution. More Do stories and artists like this matter to you? Become a Colossal Member today and support independent arts publishing for as little as $5 per month. The article Birds Star in Sp

Sobé’s Morphing Portraits Articulate the Nuances of Gender Identity

20 June 2024 @ 2:10 pm

The Pueblo of Zuni rests along the Western border of New Mexico, about 150 miles from Albuquerque. Well-known for mastering artisanal techniques such as inlaid silverwork, stone carving, beadwork, and basketry, the Zuni people—the A:Shiwi—have developed these intricate artforms for thousands of years. Artist Silvester Hustito, a.k.a. Sobé, was born and raised amid these flourishing handwork traditions, and much of the artist’s youth in Zuni was spent watching his mother make intricate needlepoint jewelry pieces. More Do stories and artists like this matter to you? Become a Colossal Member today and support independent arts publishing for as little as $

Amy Feigley-Lee Plays with Perception in Vintage Wallpaper Sculptures

18 June 2024 @ 3:33 pm

From a distance, Amy Feigley-Lee’s colorful compositions are ambiguous and alluring. Are they woven? Protruding? Hollow? The closer one moves, details of meticulously-layered strips of wallpaper emerge on deep, geometric panels. Emphasizing color, pattern, and contrast, the artist plays with perspective and builds visual rhythms from the carefully arranged vintage material. “The first wallpaper I used was a remnant from my grandmother’s living room,” Feigley-Lee tells Colossal. “It was a pastoral toile that really lent itself to narrative. More Do stories and artists like this matter to you? Become a Colossal Member today and support independent arts publishing for as little as $5 per month. The arti

In ‘A Collective Glow,’ Gigi Chen’s Surreal Acrylic Paintings Channel Togetherness and Safety

18 June 2024 @ 10:00 am

Bluebirds are often associated with happiness, love, hope, and positivity, making them an apt subject for New York-based artist Gigi Chen (previously), whose surreal paintings of wildlife merge the animal kingdom with symbols of home, comfort, and connection. In her forthcoming solo exhibition A Collective Glow at Beinart Gallery in Melbourne, Chen continues to explore emotional ties between animals and the environment. In “A Sparrow’s Song,” a bird’s body radiates with neon pink hearts, while in “A Collective Glow,” half a dozen house sparrows stitch up a gleaming cavity in a pigeon’s breast. More Do stories and arti

11 International Artists Meld Past and Present for Nuart Aberdeen 2024

17 June 2024 @ 8:06 pm

As heritage passes from one generation to another, it transforms and reshapes itself to fit within a contemporary milieu. For Nuart Aberdeen 2024, organizers embraced the dynamic nature of culture and traditions and invited 11 artists to reflect on the concept. “Living Heritage” was the theme of this year’s street art festival, which “incorporates the parts of our shared past that live in the present—everyday rituals and practices, cultural expressions, celebrations, festivals, stories, songs, and craft that help to define who we are,” says director and curator Martyn Reed. More Do stories and artists like this matter to you? Become a Colossal Member today and support independent arts publishing for as little a

Karolina Romanowska Embraces the Nature of Clay with Bold, Spirited Masks

17 June 2024 @ 5:36 pm

How do you know when your artwork is finished? Do you step back and take a few deep breaths as you listen to your intuition? Or do you keep going, focusing on the smallest of details, and apply the law of diminishing returns? Belaboring whether a work is “complete” is common for creatives, and Karolina Romanowska believes working in ceramics has helped her overcome this inward block. “Clay moves with the maker. It’s alive and it has a spirit of its own,” says the Madison-based artist. More Do stories and artists like this matter to you? Become a Colossal Member today and support independent arts publishing for as little as $5 per month. The article

Monumental Site-Specific Installations by Morag Myerscough Stoke Community and a Sense of Belonging

17 June 2024 @ 2:57 pm

Born and raised in bustling London, Morag Myerscough has always been keenly attuned to the rhythms of urban life and the patterns of community. Through large-scale, vibrant installations around the world, the artist emphasizes joy, optimism, and a sense of belonging. Myerscough often incorporates words that convey positive values and local pride into vividly hued affirmations. A large archway installed in Paris, part of the installation “Love Letters,” plays on the French motto “Liberté, Égalité, Fraternité” —liberty, equality, fraternity—adding fundamental societal principles like dignity, hope, and justice. More Do stories and artists like this matter to you? Become a

Water Rises Around Vibrant Architectural Models in James Casebere’s Haunting Photos

15 June 2024 @ 2:13 pm

In the late 1980s, architect Balkrishna Doshi designed a housing complex for poor residents in Aranya, located just a few kilometers outside Indore, India. He believed that homes were “living entities” that would change and evolve over time with new residents, new uses, and new ways of life. Having trained with Le Corbusier, Doshi built 80 homes designed to merge public and private life, their constructions outfitted with sharp, geometric angles and vivid colors that contrasted the often somber hues of public housing. More Do stories and artists like this matter to you? Become a Colossal Member today and support independent arts publishing for as little a

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A mindful blog for mindful people.

Embrace Your Body: Self-Love and Acceptance with Uneven Breasts

21 June 2024 @ 4:23 pm

Our bodies are a tapestry of experiences, a unique story woven with genetics, life choices, and the marks of time. One aspect of this story that can sometimes bring up insecurities is the beautiful yet natural asymmetry found in many women’s breasts. Whether it’s a slight difference in size or a more noticeable variation, uneven… The post Embrace Your Body: Self-Love and Acceptance with Uneven Breasts appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

Demystifying Bail Bonds: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding the Process

31 May 2024 @ 3:21 pm

When a loved one is arrested, one of the immediate concerns is often how to secure their release from custody. In such situations, bail bonds can play a crucial role. Understanding what bail bonds entail, how they work, and the options available can alleviate stress and expedite the release process. In this guide, we’ll explore… The post Demystifying Bail Bonds: A Comprehensive Guide to Understanding the Process appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

How Local Pallet Companies Streamline Operation

16 April 2024 @ 6:14 pm

Are you looking to make your logistics operations more efficient by collaborating with local pallet companies? Whether you’re seeking pallet management insights or considering partnering with a nearby supplier, this article serves as your complete guide. You will learn about the important role of pallets in transportation and warehousing, as well as the benefits of… The post How Local Pallet Companies Streamline Operation appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

3 Dynamic Strategies to Engage Students in the Classroom

26 March 2024 @ 12:10 am

Fostering student engagement is paramount to creating a vibrant and effective learning environment in today’s educational landscape. As educators, we constantly seek innovative strategies to captivate students’ attention, inspire curiosity, and promote active participation.  In this article, we’ll explore three approaches to engage students in the classroom, each offering unique opportunities for learning and growth.… The post 3 Dynamic Strategies to Engage Students in the Classroom appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

The 5 Best Ableton Masterclasses [2024]

6 February 2024 @ 5:18 pm

As music production techniques have advanced, software programs like Ableton Live have grown in popularity among musicians and producers. Ableton Live is known for its user-friendly interface and powerful features; however, mastering the software can still be challenging. To assist producers at every level, Ableton Masterclasses have been created. These courses aim to improve skills… The post The 5 Best Ableton Masterclasses [2024] appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

The Importance of IGCSE Academic Tutoring

27 January 2024 @ 6:30 pm

For students navigating the demanding landscape of IGCSE examinations, academic success often hinges on effective preparation and support. With rigorous coursework and high stakes assessments, the need for expert guidance becomes paramount. Likewise, for parents seeking to provide the best opportunities for their children, securing quality tutoring support can make all the difference. Here, we… The post The Importance of IGCSE Academic Tutoring appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

What Is Reformer Pilates? (Everything You Need To Know)

25 January 2024 @ 8:33 pm

Reformer Pilates, an innovative form of exercise, has transformed the fitness landscape. It elevates traditional Pilates principles through a unique machine-based approach, offering a more dynamic and comprehensive workout. But what is reformer pilates, & why has it become so popular in recent years? This article will explore the essence of Reformer Pilates, detailing its… The post What Is Reformer Pilates? (Everything You Need To Know) appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

What Is The Difference Between Honors And AP Classes?

17 January 2024 @ 1:47 pm

Students often face the choice between Honors and AP courses. In this guide, we’ll explore the differences between these two paths, from curriculum to their impact on college admissions. Let’s ensure you’re on track to achieve your academic goals. Key Takeaways Honors courses offer a more challenging curriculum than standard courses and are open to… The post What Is The Difference Between Honors And AP Classes? appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

A Glimpse into Everyday Life in Essex County, Ontario

5 January 2024 @ 4:23 pm

Essex County, located in the southwestern part of Ontario, Canada, is not only known for its diverse landscapes and thriving real estate market but also for the vibrant everyday life that its residents experience. From the bustling urban centers to the tranquil rural communities, Essex County offers a unique blend of opportunities and experiences that… The post A Glimpse into Everyday Life in Essex County, Ontario appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

The Art and Science of Hair Removal

2 January 2024 @ 2:58 pm

Hair removal has been a part of human grooming practices for centuries, with various methods evolving over time. From ancient civilizations to modern societies, the desire for smooth, hair-free skin transcends cultural and historical boundaries. In this article, we will explore the different methods of hair removal, their advantages, disadvantages, and the science behind each… The post The Art and Science of Hair Removal appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

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An arts blog of arts people.

Artist Maria Kreyn’s Tempestuous Seascapes Illuminate a Venice Church

21 June 2024 @ 8:14 pm

The New York-based artist's works are now on view in the exhibition "Chronos" at St George's Anglican Church in Venice. The post Artist Maria Kreyn’s Tempestuous Seascapes Illuminate a Venice Church appeared first on Artnet News.

The Radical Luminescence of Larry Bell

21 June 2024 @ 8:06 pm

The titan of the Light and Space movement is refreshingly down to earth and continues to be inspired. A new survey at the Phoenix Art Museum solidifies his legacy. The post The Radical Luminescence of Larry Bell appeared first on Artnet News.

Who Are the Top-Selling Ultra-Contemporary Asian Artists at Auction?

21 June 2024 @ 7:56 pm

The Chinese painter Huang Yuxing finished first last year, with $19.8 million in total sales. The post Who Are the Top-Selling Ultra-Contemporary Asian Artists at Auction? appeared first on Artnet News.

How Vik Muniz Reworks Iconic Paintings with Unconventional Materials

21 June 2024 @ 7:11 pm

The Brazilian artist photographs reinterpretations of iconic images from art history created with some unlikely materials. The post How Vik Muniz Reworks Iconic Paintings with Unconventional Materials appeared first on Artnet News.

Kunsthaus Zurich to Sell a Monet Canvas After Settling With Jewish Heirs

21 June 2024 @ 6:47 pm

The canvas belonged to textile entrepreneur Carl Sachs. The post Kunsthaus Zurich to Sell a Monet Canvas After Settling With Jewish Heirs appeared first on Artnet News.

An Artist Pushing the Limits of Her Audience

21 June 2024 @ 6:43 pm

Artnet's Kate Brown speaks with multimedia artist Marianna Simnett about art, violence, and football. The post An Artist Pushing the Limits of Her Audience appeared first on Artnet News.

Artist Jean-Michel Alberola Collaborates with Cartier

21 June 2024 @ 6:38 pm

The artist Jean-Michel Alberolahas combined one-off art pieces with a lunar-inspired backdrop for an installation at Cartier SoHo. The post Artist Jean-Michel Alberola Collaborates with Cartier appeared first on Artnet News.

The Venice Biennale Spotlights the Market for Latin American Art

21 June 2024 @ 6:35 pm

Artists from the region have historically been marginalized. Four case studies highlight some of the area’s intricacies. The post The Venice Biennale Spotlights the Market for Latin American Art appeared first on Artnet News.

A Rediscovered David Hockney Drawing Heads to Auction After 15 Years in Private Hands

21 June 2024 @ 3:14 pm

The piece shows the view from a bungalow at Los Angeles's luxurious Miramar Hotel. The post A Rediscovered David Hockney Drawing Heads to Auction After 15 Years in Private Hands appeared first on Artnet News.

Late Photographer Allan Sekula’s Collection Heads to a Garage Sale

21 June 2024 @ 1:52 pm

L.A. arts venue the Brick is hosting the benefit sale. The post Late Photographer Allan Sekula’s Collection Heads to a Garage Sale appeared first on Artnet News.

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The Space is a free on-demand digital arts channel with access to the John Peel collection

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Get your own printed t-shirts via stickers and framed prints, not forgetting calendars, canvases and posters

53 Bedroom Decor Ideas to Refresh Your Room for 2023

6 January 2023 @ 9:58 pm

Your bedroom is more than just a place for a good night’s rest; it’s a place where you can dance... The post <strong>53 Bedroom Decor Ideas to Refresh Your Room for 2023</strong> appeared first on Redbubble Life.

5 Winter Aesthetics to Beat the Winter Blues

6 January 2023 @ 9:18 pm

Ask anyone their favorite season, and the least popular answer is probably going to be winter. For many, it’s too... The post 5 Winter Aesthetics to Beat the Winter Blues appeared first on Redbubble Life.

20 Thoughtful Gifts to Show You Care

14 December 2022 @ 4:32 pm

Are you someone who loves to spend time shopping for the perfect gifts for the people in your life? If... The post <strong>20 Thoughtful Gifts to Show You Care</strong> appeared first on Redbubble Life.

How to Shop Small to Give the Best Gifts in 2023

13 December 2022 @ 5:49 pm

As we learn more about the world around us, we’ve become more aware that sometimes our shopping habits can have... The post How to Shop Small to Give the Best Gifts in 2023 appeared first on Redbubble Life.

Hostess Gifts on a Budget for Every Personality

9 December 2022 @ 4:11 pm

In your parents’ day, no one ever went to a party empty-handed. As etiquette rules relaxed, so did the tradition... The post <strong>Hostess Gifts on a Budget for Every Personality</strong> appeared first on Redbubble Life.

12 Romance Aesthetics You’ll Fall in Love With

6 December 2022 @ 4:24 pm

Romance is all about expressing love and devotion in a way that is deliberate, blatant, and deeply affectionate. Many people... The post 12 Romance Aesthetics You’ll Fall in Love With appeared first on Redbubble Life.

48 Eco-Friendly Gifts the Planet Will Love

5 December 2022 @ 8:49 pm

When you give someone a gift, you may be inadvertently giving them something they don’t want: damage to planet Earth.... The post 48 Eco-Friendly Gifts the Planet Will Love appeared first on Redbubble Life.

91 New Year’s Resolution Ideas for 2023 [+ How to Keep ‘Em]

28 November 2022 @ 10:40 pm

Maybe 2022 was the best year of your life. Maybe it was one you’d rather forget. Whichever it was, New... The post 91 New Year’s Resolution Ideas for 2023 [+ How to Keep ‘Em] appeared first on Redbubble Life.

Y2K Aesthetic: How to Master This Vintage Vibe

2 November 2022 @ 2:48 pm

The phrase “everything old is new again” rings true in the fashion world. For your parents, that meant the ’60s... The post Y2K Aesthetic: How to Master This Vintage Vibe appeared first on Redbubble Life.

84 Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Any Budget

13 October 2022 @ 6:28 pm

It happens every year: Just when you think you’ve wrapped all the gifts, you realize you aren’t quite finished. You... The post 84 Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Any Budget appeared first on Redbubble Life.