Montreal-based paper artist Myriam Dion uses an X-ACTO knife and sometimes famous newspaper covers to create lace like art works full of details. In the beginning her work relied mainly on single newspaper covers but she has since branched out and now uses collage and multiple covers to create her intricate patterns. 70 more words
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For half a century or so, media advertising has been sold on the basis of “impressions”—that is, the number of people who were theoretically exposed to an advertisement. 667 more words
I think boredom has to be some sort of natural selection process.
Boredom is different than it used to be. I actually used to like being bored: walking down a street, not connected to anything, not speaking to anyone, wondering what lies behind those trees or shop fronts or clouds. 63 more words