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Lennon Pop Art

Title: Lennon Pop Art

Original pencil drawing of the Beetles legend; John Lennon made into a digitally mastered pop art.

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Art

#Depression-It's Ok# -Depression In the Moment

I was on Facebook today and I came across this blog post by the Humans of New York website which I really wanted to share. While Depression and Mental Illness are slowly coming out into the sphere of public discussion as genuine medical conditions, I feel that sometimes it is very difficult for patients to put into words the exact feelings of Depression in that very dark moment; And as a result, it’s harder for sick people to talk about it, and even harder for healthy people to understand and take seriously. 576 more words

Inspiration

'DONE UPS' : UP-CYCLING BY ALEX BORG COSTANZI

Up-cycling and adapting to a more self-sufficient lifestyle is increasing in popularity, particularly in younger generations. It seems sustainability is a hot topic and huge contemporary issue for all sorts of reasons such as genuine environmental concern as well as people needing to find new ways of providing for themselves in the current financial climate. 457 more words

Art

Spirea Getting Ready to Burst

The Bridlewreath Spirea is gearing up for a show.

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Photography

The Art of FORGIVING but not FORGETTING by artist Ann Supan (FreeSpace #3)

MANILA CATHEDRAL by Ann Supan 

The Art of Forgiving but not Forgetting

Art, for me, is the artist’s converted thoughts and emotions of a subject into something tangible such as a sketch, drawing, or a painting. 1,112 more words

Artipeeps

Photoshop glitch

Sometimes a computer error can produce some rather interesting abstract results. Maybe not great for a final outcome but still pretty coool to look at.            

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The Whitney Museum, Then And Now

We all know there’s a new Whitney Museum. But do you know its history? NPR takes us through the museum’s past homes and the ways they speak to different periods in the “evolution of art and museum culture.”