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Trash Culture

Tim Noble and Sue Webster are London-based artists whose work combines trash, light, shadow and humour. They collect and transforms these random objects into “statues” that show us two realities. 221 more words


Ronald Reagan statue

The statue of Ronald Reagan, unveiled in 2015, now sits in the lower rotunda area of the Capitol Building. According to our very entertaining tour guide, this part of the building was formerly known as “the Basement” — but once the former president’s likeness took up residence, the name was officially changed to the “Lower Level.” It just sounds better. 12 more words


Confederate Monument Controversy - Part 4

Christian Ethic #2 for this conversation:

So, what about in 2017? Should we be removing monuments to Confederate Leaders?

Well, there certainly is wisdom in doing so… and then a Christian ethic for doing so. 1,454 more words


The street performers of La Rambla

Barcelona’s iconic Las Ramblas is famous for a number of reasons. Once the city’s only lit street, locals gathered here to socialise, watch sporting events, visit the many festivals and markets that took place and, as George Orwell once did, stay in the city’s first hotels. 214 more words


Jon Thor : The Importance of Why Statues are Art.

I personally love statues. And I am sure there has been a lot of genocide toward the statues across our beautiful United States and how so many statues were tormented during those gruesome days. 99 more words


Link saves Termina

Link transforms into the Fierce Diety to face off Majora and save Termina from a terrible fate!

A beautiful statue from the folks at First4Figures.

Legend Of Zelda