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Art of the sale


The image of the “starving artist” as a tortured soul who chooses to live in poverty to maintain the integrity of his artistic vision has long existed in popular culture. 1,440 more words


Part 2: Pewdiepie Art!

Pewdiepie was my first YouTube gamer, so he holds a special place in my heart This guy is a huge inspiration to me, and I always turn to him to cheer me up with his comedy when I’m having a rough day :) 9 more words

Stephano's Song, from Shakespeare's the Tempest


I shall no more to sea, to sea,
Here shall I die ashore–

This is a very scurvy tune to sing at a man’s funeral. 104 more words

Canon Fodder

Week 7: The Tempest

Play: The Tempest
Last Read: Within the last three years.

Let’s do a quick preface. For years, I have been considering this play my least favorite of Shakespeare’s plays, a revelation that tends to shock any Shakespearean.  1,296 more words

In parallel - unparalleled? ;-)

Until 5 pm every evening was my design time. My enormous drawings and realizing the faces from my mind’s eye.

the sprite, tricksy trinco,and the drunken butler – in that order from L to R. 44 more words


L. Stephano

L. Stephano

(South Korea; 1948)

Stephano’s passion for art was evident at very young age. This passion led him to become student of many prominent artists. 119 more words