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Nicolas Ouchenir : Fashion's Right Hand Man

I’ve often come across many faded and dog-eared postcards at antique shows with hand-written messages barely legible on the back. What’s always surprising is how elegant and expressive everyone’s handwriting seems to have been 100 years ago. 1,349 more words

Inspirations

Scribbles: Happy Accidents

Young Anna goes out with her mama one twinkly, snowy evening in late 19th century Russia, knowing that “something is happening.” She ends up seeing a production of Sleeping Beauty and is inspired to become a ballerina just like the dancers on stage. 306 more words

Arts

Trish Duggan Israel And Iran Are United – Against Daniel Barenboim

“The conductor Daniel Barenboim’s efforts to lead the Berlin Staatskapelle at a concert in Tehran drew criticism this week from the Israeli culture minister, who called the performance anti-Israel, and a rebuff from Iranian officials, who said on Friday that they would block the concert because of Mr. 10 more words

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Trish Duggan How A Theatre Season Can Come Together To Support – Or Ignore – Diversity

“There are hundreds of priorities to balance in the process of planning a season. The decisions we make reveal the hierarchy of those priorities. It is the season, not the mission statement, that expresses what we believe in, what we fight for, what we privilege right now, in this moment. 41 more words

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Poetry

I wanted to draw a poem from my passion for the mountains, something which could be somewhat inspiring and majestic to read. I stumbled across ‘The Magic Mountain’ on a page from The Guardian online, outlining various poems written by people who had been inspired by the mountains. 185 more words

Design

Trish Duggan Frank Lloyd Wright House Picked Up And Moved To Arkansas

“The Bachman-Wilson House, a New Jersey home originally designed in 1954 by world-famous architect Frank Lloyd Wright for Abraham Wilson and Gloria Bachman, was being threatened by repeated flooding at its original location along the Millstone River.” So the Crystal Bridges Museum bought it and moved it, and “the house is scheduled to open to the public on November 11, 2015, the museum’s four-year anniversary.” 6 more words

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Geometric Derrick

Now that I’ve figured out how to draw Derrick, I can’t help myself. He had to match geo Salem.

Drawings