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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!

Have Your Bread and Read By It Too: PAMPSHADE Turns Leftover Loaves into Offbeat Lamps

19 January 2022 @ 9:25 pm

Yukiko Morita works against the grain with her collection of bread-based home goods. The baker-turned-designer launched PAMPSHADE back in 2016 after nearly a decade of experimenting with the doughy material, and today, the brand creates a variety of quirky, functional objects, including croissant nightlights, baguette chandeliers, and naan timepieces that appear to be the leavened counterpart to Salvador Dalí’s melting clocks. Each design utilizes leftover pastries and loaves sourced from nearby retailers that are then treated with antiseptic and a mildew-deterrent and hollowed out to fit an LED light. More

Diminutive Figures Traverse Vibrant, Post-Climate Disaster Environments by Seonna Hong

19 January 2022 @ 4:55 pm

In Late Bloomer, Los Angeles-based artist Seonna Hong wades into landscapes filled with amorphous swatches of color and marred by climate disaster. Her acrylic, oil, and pastel works are on view through February 5 at Hashimoto Contemporary in Los Angeles in an introspective solo show that considers her place in an ever-evolving world. Set against abstract, blurred backdrops, Hong’s distinctly rendered animals and anonymous subjects navigate distorted terrains of once-familiar architecture and natural landmarks. More

Hundreds of Tiny Patchwork Bubbles Form a Colorful Geometric Quilt

19 January 2022 @ 3:21 pm

What began as an early pandemic project designed to use up scrap fabric has resulted in an ingeniously designed field of color and geometries. “Tiny Bubbles” is a kaleidoscopic work by Marla Varner of Penny Lane Quilts in Sequim, Washington, that’s comprised of hundreds of curved pieces stitched into an abstract, variegated pattern of tiny rounds nestling into larger forms. In total, the sewn work utilizes 1,320 individual pieces and took more than a year to complete. More

Inscribed Lace Patterns Defy Expectations in Cal Lane’s Plasma-Cut Steel Tools and Industrial Objects

18 January 2022 @ 10:14 pm

Using car hoods, shovels, and oil drums as her base, Canadian artist Cal Lane cuts generic lace motifs found on the shelves of mass-market retailers. Her quotidian designs adorn tools and commodities typically associated with masculinity, warping both assumptions about gender and the limits of construction and craft. “I am more interested in the dialog between the object and the image, not so much the lace pattern specifically. I didn’t want the work to necessarily be decorative but to be about decoration and the relationship we have with it,” she shares. More

Introducing London Art & Culture, A Weekly Newsletter Curating Events Around the City

18 January 2022 @ 7:24 pm

We’re launching London Art & Culture, a new weekly roundup of exhibition openings, artists talks, and other fun events occurring around the city. Similar to our edition focused on Chicago, we’ll share a short list of three to five happenings each Thursday that fall in the realm of art, design, and visual culture. We’ll also include news about our partnerships and words from our friends all over the U.K.  Sign up here. If you have an event you’d like us to consider or are interested in sponsoring this newsletter, submit your idea to [email protected] More

Human Minds Burst into Splashes of Color in Surreal Digital Illustrations by Carolina Rodríguez Fuenmayor

18 January 2022 @ 5:01 pm

Bogotá-based illustrator Carolina Rodríguez Fuenmayor draws portraits and intimate scenarios brimming with surreal elements and spots of color. In her digital pieces, Rodríguez Fuenmayor tends to obscure subjects’ faces with bright bursts, masses of florals, and whirlpool-like ripples that cloud their minds and explode into their surroundings. The vivid illustrations peek into the workings of the human psyche and the idiosyncratic commotion it produces. “I wouldn’t say that there’s a particular feeling I’m focused on,” she shares. More

Shipping Containers and Intersecting Lines Clutter Landscapes in Mary Iverson’s Paintings on Globalization

18 January 2022 @ 2:57 pm

Latticed lines and brightly colored boxes overlay the chaotically transformed landscapes by Mary Iverson (previously). Based in Seattle, the artist uses a combination of oil and acrylic paints, ink, and found photographs to render shockingly prescient scenes blighted by globalization and environmental disaster: barges and shipping containers float in the sea and haphazardly occupy beaches, with their contents sometimes spilling out onto the surrounding area. The largely natural scenes and the clean, angled lines and geometric forms clash in Iverson’s superimposed works in a manner that evokes the competition of industry. More

Kaleidoscopic Patterns Coil Around Miniature Snakes Exquisitely Cast in Glass

14 January 2022 @ 9:14 pm

Intricate linework and trippy, geometric motifs flow through the minuscule glass-blown serpents by Ryan Eicher. The Maryland-based artist casts smooth, colorful gradients, rainbow stripes, thin parallel bands, and intersecting helices within the snakes’ coiled bodies, a challenge considering the structure of the patterns shifts as he shapes the forms. Each miniature creature stretches only a few millimeters wide, and many of Eicher’s most recent pieces feature a mishmash of lines and shapes created with artists like Future Glass and Emerson, among others. More

‘The House’ Is a Mysterious Animated Trilogy Following Three Generations of Stop-Motion Characters

14 January 2022 @ 6:06 pm

A destitute family, an uneasy property developer, and an unrealistic landlady clinging to the past all find themselves grappling with control when they inhabit The House. The mysterious dwelling is the titular character of Netflix’s new three-part series that brings some of the most promising names of stop-motion animation to the major television platform. Created at Nexus Studios, the dark comedy is a collaboration between Emma de Swaef and Marc Roels (previously), Niki Lindroth von Bahr, and Paloma Baeza, who each creat

Teeming with Leaves and Grasses, Oil Paintings Cloaked in Lush Foliage Evoke the Forest Floor

14 January 2022 @ 3:21 pm

Thick foliage in shades of green sprout from every inch of JA Paunkovic’s canvases. The Serbian husband-and-wife duo of Jelena and Aleksandar render luxuriant scenes brimming with realistic plant life. Patches of verdant grasses, shrubs, and flowering specimens sprawl across the oil-based works, which mimic the lush patches of vegetation that the pair encounters while hiking.  “Visiting (a) new environment becomes material that will later serve us in the studio as a sketch for a new painting,” Jelena shares. More

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A mindful blog for mindful people.

Tips on Finding the Best Academic Assignments Help Online

28 December 2021 @ 9:27 am

Assignments are part of the daily life of every student. Many of these academics are fine with handling the pressure of writing assignments on a routine basis but for some, it is a very difficult and tedious job to do these papers. Along with regular online classes and preparing for examinations, when they need to… The post Tips on Finding the Best Academic Assignments Help Online appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

Incredible Cycling Routes That Should Be On Your Checklist

24 December 2021 @ 7:49 am

Nothing beats the charm of a long and thrilling cycle ride. The chill you experience every time waves of cool wind hit you cannot be found anywhere else.  Once you set off on the road surrounded by mind-blowing and beautiful nature, you start loving every mile of the trip. This is why, they say, it… The post Incredible Cycling Routes That Should Be On Your Checklist appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

A Guide to Drug Rehab: What You Get and How Much It Costs

22 December 2021 @ 10:17 am

If you or someone you know is struggling with addiction, then it’s important to understand the different levels of care that are available. We’re going to take a look at what drug rehab entails and how much it costs so that you can make an informed decision about where to go for help. What is… The post A Guide to Drug Rehab: What You Get and How Much It Costs appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

Mental Health and Substance Abuse: Understanding Dual Diagnosis Treatment

22 December 2021 @ 10:00 am

Mental health and substance abuse are often linked together. This is because addiction often occurs in people who suffer from mental disorders. In fact, over half of the people who are checked into rehab for addiction meet the criteria for mental illness diagnoses. Dual diagnosis treatment can help patients suffering from both problems. This blog… The post Mental Health and Substance Abuse: Understanding Dual Diagnosis Treatment appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

3 Reasons why Temporary Wallpaper is a Great Choice for Tiny Homes

20 December 2021 @ 9:48 am

Picking wallpaper for your house is made such a great deal more straightforward now. There are a wide range of unlimited designs accessible having rich getting done and they can be installed easily. At whatever point you feel like you want to rearrange and have another plan in your tiny home, temporary wallpapers are exactly… The post 3 Reasons why Temporary Wallpaper is a Great Choice for Tiny Homes appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

The Store That Is Bringing Together Love, Laughs, And Nature

26 November 2021 @ 3:19 pm

With a plethora of information out there, a lot of spiritual gurus promising to heal you, it’s difficult to develop a connection with yourself – let alone find like minded people. Luckily, a new collective called Honest Angels has formed a one stop shop to remind us of our interconnectedness, practice unconditional love, and laugh… The post The Store That Is Bringing Together Love, Laughs, And Nature appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

Healthy Living: A Few Relaxing Methods for Creating Joy in Your Life

24 November 2021 @ 6:23 am

Life is a complex thing. Though this seems like a complete oversimplification, these complexities of life often cause us undue stress, worry, and angst.  In order to combat the varied unknowns that life throws our way, we find sanctuary in engaging in social affairs, finding activities and hobbies to pass the time, or we develop… The post Healthy Living: A Few Relaxing Methods for Creating Joy in Your Life appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

What Are CBD Oil Extraction Methods

12 November 2021 @ 2:00 pm

Hemp cultivation is where the (cannabidiol) CBD production process begins. The cannabis genus is the plant from which the cannabinoid extracts, specifically the hemp species.  Only hemp strains, with the possibility for developing higher levels of CBD plus terpenes, albeit lower THC amounts, are chosen by farmers. The 2018 Farm Bill set legal limits for… The post What Are CBD Oil Extraction Methods appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

Designing a Home? You might want to look at this.

9 November 2021 @ 12:20 pm

With a new home comes a new phase. You get a welcomed change of things and the opportunity for new beginnings. If you are designing your own home, it’s not just the cherry on the cake. It’s another cake by itself! Whether it’s a mansion or an apartment, designing your home has a convenient way… The post Designing a Home? You might want to look at this. appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

Life In The Age Of Virtual Technology

4 November 2021 @ 2:07 pm

We are living in the age of virtual technology. Over the past few decades, technology trends have been changed. Technology trends are making our lives easy. We are seeing amazing changes in the latest trends in online career development with the help of top quality Apps. One of the best things about the latest technology… The post Life In The Age Of Virtual Technology appeared first on The Plaid Zebra.

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An arts blog of arts people.

An Enterprising Cohort of Young International Galleries Is Teaming Up to Open a Shared Exhibition Space in Collector-Rich Cologne

20 January 2022 @ 8:03 am

The time-shared space, called Echo, will open in the German city on January 21. The post An Enterprising Cohort of Young International Galleries Is Teaming Up to Open a Shared Exhibition Space in Collector-Rich Cologne appeared first on Artnet News.

Art Dealer Eva Presenhuber Will Open Her Second Gallery Since the Beginning of the Pandemic, This Time in Vienna

20 January 2022 @ 8:00 am

The gallery will open in March with a show of Austrian native Tobias Pils. The post Art Dealer Eva Presenhuber Will Open Her Second Gallery Since the Beginning of the Pandemic, This Time in Vienna appeared first on Artnet News.

‘We Don’t Do What We Do on Our Own’: Rookie Gallerist Hannah Traore and Veteran Curator Isolde Brielmaier on Mentorship in the Art Industry

20 January 2022 @ 7:30 am

As Traore opens her eponymous gallery, she and her mentor discuss how to carve a path as entrepreneurs and women of color in the art world. The post ‘We Don’t Do What We Do on Our Own’: Rookie Gallerist Hannah Traore and Veteran Curator Isolde Brielmaier on Mentorship in the Art Industry appeared first on Artnet News.

Kenny Schachter Has a Message for All You NFT Skeptics: Crypto Art Just Paid for My Dope New Apartment

20 January 2022 @ 7:00 am

Our columnist has a bone to pick with one NFT naysayer in particular. The post Kenny Schachter Has a Message for All You NFT Skeptics: Crypto Art Just Paid for My Dope New Apartment appeared first on Artnet News.

Bonus: Kenny Schachter’s 10 Daring NFT—and Crypto—Predictions for 2022

20 January 2022 @ 6:50 am

Our columnist has some visions of the near future to share. The post Bonus: Kenny Schachter’s 10 Daring NFT—and Crypto—Predictions for 2022 appeared first on Artnet News.

Spotlight: Spanish Hyperrealist Pedro Campos Renders Pop-Art Subjects With Old Master Techniques

19 January 2022 @ 9:28 pm

The Madrid-born artist shows with London's Plus One Gallery. The post Spotlight: Spanish Hyperrealist Pedro Campos Renders Pop-Art Subjects With Old Master Techniques appeared first on Artnet News.

South Africa Has Halted an ‘Unfathomable’ Auction of Nelson Mandela’s Personal Belongings in New York

19 January 2022 @ 6:26 pm

The South African Heritage Resources Agency blocked the sale, claiming the objects did not have the necessary permits to leave the country. The post South Africa Has Halted an ‘Unfathomable’ Auction of Nelson Mandela’s Personal Belongings in New York appeared first on Artnet News.

A Russian Artist Left a Giant Poop Sculpture on a Hallowed St. Petersburg Burial Ground—and Now He’s in Deep, Er… Poop

19 January 2022 @ 5:38 pm

Ivan Volkov is facing criminal charges for laying a 15-foot-long turd in the historic Field of Mars.  The post A Russian Artist Left a Giant Poop Sculpture on a Hallowed St. Petersburg Burial Ground—and Now He’s in Deep, Er… Poop appeared first on Artnet News.

Ousted Director Nathalie Bondil Has Settled With the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Ending Her Wrongful Termination Lawsuit

19 January 2022 @ 5:28 pm

The former museum director had accused her former employer of libel. The post Ousted Director Nathalie Bondil Has Settled With the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts, Ending Her Wrongful Termination Lawsuit appeared first on Artnet News.

The Netherlands Makes a Controversial Decision to Buy a Prized Rembrandt for a Whopping $198 Million

19 January 2022 @ 5:20 pm

Critics worry that the government's money will pass into a tax haven in the Cook Islands. The post The Netherlands Makes a Controversial Decision to Buy a Prized Rembrandt for a Whopping $198 Million 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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110 Alfred Hitchcock Quotes for When We All Go a Little Mad

10 January 2022 @ 6:34 pm

Alfred Hitchcock Master of Antecipation designed and sold by lambsandwolves Every Alfred Hitchcock fan can attest — the director is... The post 110 Alfred Hitchcock Quotes for When We All Go a Little Mad appeared first on Redbubble Life.

Gift Industry Trends 2021: Gift Thoughtfully (Not Cheaply)

6 January 2022 @ 6:14 pm

Be a Nice Human designed and sold by Cat Coquillette You don’t need to look at current gift industry statistics... The post Gift Industry Trends 2021: Gift Thoughtfully (Not Cheaply) appeared first on Redbubble Life.

80 New Year Resolution Ideas To Inspire a Rewarding 2022

4 January 2022 @ 12:05 am

Be Addicted to Bettering Yourself designed and sold by tobiasfonseca It’s that time of year again where people start making... The post 80 New Year Resolution Ideas To Inspire a Rewarding 2022 appeared first on Redbubble Life.

What to Write in a Thank You Card For Every Occasion

23 December 2021 @ 7:05 pm

You da best designed and sold by HeloBirdie Sometimes it’s hard to find the right words to say when someone... The post What to Write in a Thank You Card For Every Occasion appeared first on Redbubble Life.

85 Potato Puns That Are Sure To Sprout a Smile

23 December 2021 @ 4:04 pm

Best Spuddies designed and sold by Sophie Corrigan We’ll stop tater-taunting you with these potato puns and get right to... The post 85 Potato Puns That Are Sure To Sprout a Smile appeared first on Redbubble Life.

170 Dad Jokes That Are So Bad They’re Good

23 December 2021 @ 3:27 pm

Warning: Subject To Spontaneous Outbursts Of Dad Jokes designed and sold by Rob Price. Whether you’re a dad or not,... The post 170 Dad Jokes That Are So Bad They’re Good appeared first on Redbubble Life.

84 Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Any Budget

16 December 2021 @ 7:28 pm

Christmas Pattern Design with GIngerbread designed and sold by lettostudio It happens every year: Just when you think you’ve wrapped... The post 84 Stocking Stuffer Ideas for Any Budget appeared first on Redbubble Life.

150 Christmas Jokes That Are Ho Ho Ho-larious

7 December 2021 @ 9:55 pm

Fleece Navidad Christmas Animal Pun designed and sold by punnybone You’re going to have a holly jolly Christmas with these... The post 150 Christmas Jokes That Are Ho Ho Ho-larious appeared first on Redbubble Life.

20 Gifts For Coworkers: The Ultimate Guide To Gifting in the Workplace

7 December 2021 @ 1:02 am

Japanses Ramen Noodles Bowl Mouse Pad designed and sold by WieskundePajamas Are My New Work From Home Outfit Spiral Notebook... The post 20 Gifts For Coworkers: The Ultimate Guide To Gifting in the Workplace appeared first on Redbubble Life.

34 Chris Farley Quotes to Make You Laugh in Your Van Down by the River

4 December 2021 @ 8:00 pm

I live in a van! designed and sold by Painatus Known for his energetic, physical and over-the-top comedy style and... The post 34 Chris Farley Quotes to Make You Laugh in Your Van Down by the River appeared first on Redbubble Life.