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HOW LEONARD STARR DID BUSINESS

HOW LEONARD STARR DID BUSINESS

2 hours ago   |   Illustration Art

The great cartoonist Leonard Starr wrote and drew, on average, 27 complex panels every week for decades. Starr usually employed an assistant to finish the backgrounds he laid...
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Martha's Valley

Martha's Valley

5 hours ago   |   Real Art

Acrylic and crayon on gesso panel 31" x 24" This is a rework of an earlier painting. The valley contains man made and natural motifs. I like the idea of air moving through it...
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“Earth Vessel” Solo Exhibition by Andrew Schoultz at Volery Gallery in Dubai, UAE

“Earth Vessel” Solo Exhibition by Andrew Schoultz at Volery Gallery in Dubai, UAE

8 hours ago   |   Street Art News

Andrew Schoultz ‘s solo exhibition Earth Vessel is the artist's first representation in the Gulf region. The exhibition explores the symbolic and literal meaning of an earth...
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AutoRetouch Can Now Bulk Edit Any Product Photo with AI

10 hours ago   |   Peta Pixel

AI-editing software autoRetouch has announced the expansion of its services to now include all retail products, not just clothing, and is also now available as a plugin via the...
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‘Stop Filming Us' Review: Wary of Their Close-Up

12 hours ago   |   NY Times

The Dutch documentarian Joris Postema's Congo-set film aims to reckon with neocolonialism.
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‘There Is No Evil' Review: Condemned, One Way or Another

13 hours ago   |   NY Times

“There Is No Evil,” which won the Golden Bear at the Berlin International Film Festival last year, is one of the most kinetic films ever made in secret.
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‘Rockfield: The Studio on the Farm' Review: Rockers Ripping It Up

13 hours ago   |   NY Times

A documentary explores the Welsh farm-turned-studio, Rockfield, where Black Sabbath, the Stone Roses and others made music.
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The Croatian Pavilion for the 2021 Venice Biennale Imagines New Spaces of Togetherness

The Croatian Pavilion for the 2021 Venice Biennale Imagines New Spaces of Togetherness

14 hours ago   |   Arch Daily   |   2 articles

© Hrvoje Franjic The Croatian Pavilion for the 17th Venice Architecture Biennale explores how repurposing architectural elements reshapes the individual's relationship with...
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In This Trippy Family Drama, Trauma Runs Deep

17 hours ago   |   NY Times

After two canceled Paris runs, a highly awaited production of Robert Walser's “The Pond,” starring Adèle Haenel, finally made it to the stage in Switzerland.
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

Ceramic Mosaics Mend Cracked Sidewalks, Potholes, and Buildings in Vibrant...

Ceramic Mosaics Mend Cracked Sidewalks, Potholes, and Buildings in Vibrant Interventions by Ememem

All images © Ememem, shared with permission Throughout his home city of Lyon, Ememem is known as “the pavement surgeon.” The artist repairs gouged sidewalks and splintered... Read more ...

Brief encounter, Richard Tuschman

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Magic in the everthing, María Gómez

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Endless Short Stories, Aryo Toh Djojo

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Mystery man, Stephan Vanfleteren

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In lieu of flowers, Nobuyoshi Araki

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Cumulus, Greg MacGregor

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Lite-Brite, Yoon Hyup

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‘The Woman in the Window' Review: Don't You Be My Neighbor

Amy Adams plays a reclusive psychologist who witnesses a crime in a glossy new Netflix thriller. Read more ...