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On the Catwalk with the Academy of Art University

5th April 2018 | 0 Comments

Founded by Richard S. Stephens in 1929 to train students in the art of creating advertisements, San Francisco’s Academy of Art University has been a staple of New York Fashion Week since its first showing in 2005. Student designers travel to New York City twice each year to participate in the week-long festival which features […]

Richard Mishaan Design and Interior Design Mixing

22nd May 2017 | 0 Comments

Richard Mishaan Design is world renowned for the interior design work they have done around the world. Richard Mishaan has been creating spaces for countless clients for over 25 years. Originally born in Columbia and spending part of his childhood in Italy, Mr. Mishaan, was surrounded by vibrant colors. He uses his heritage growing up […]

Crystal Hunt Accepts Role In New Series

25th May 2016 | Closed

Actress Crystal Hunt is making waves in Hollywood these days. The actor, photographer, entrpreneur, singer and producer says she is very appreciative to her fan base whom she credits for keeping her grounded. She also says her southern charm hasn’t hurt. Hunt is best known for her role on One Life To Live as troubled […]

Sneakers Are On The Forefront Of Shoe Trends

29th February 2016 | Closed

  Now is the time to buy sneakers. For the past few days, the biggest style news has been about sneakers, or kicks, if you will. First, everybody is talking about a Snapchat star, Daniel Lara, a.k.a., “Damn Danial” a high school kid who has a friend that seems incredibly impressed with his fashion sense, […]

Meet John Textor

1st October 2015 | 1 Comment

You may not recognize the name, but John Textor has played a big part in your entertainment for quite some time. As you marveled at Brad Pitt’s reverse aging in The Curious Case of Benjamin Button, you were seeing his work. As you watched each piston and wheel bend, grind and twist to form a […]

Jaime Garcia Dias: Brazilian Brilliance

28th September 2015 | 1 Comment

Authors arise in many different areas of the world. Hailing from Brazil, Jaime Garcia Dias has proven to be a profound and original writer with a significant sense of pride about his works. As a teacher at Carioca Literature Academy, he was able to spread his knowledge of writing to those searching for their voice. […]

Brazil has Given the World Great Literature

26th August 2015 | 1 Comment

The Beautiful Literature from Brazil There are many great Brazilian writers who have given the world some great literature. Brazil has a history of creating beautiful literature from some of the most extraordinary writers. Brazil is a society that offers much diversity. The diversity of Brazil shines through in the beautiful writing that has come […]

Museums Are Banning Selfie Sticks

10th March 2015 | 1 Comment

Some museums are tired of people taking photos with selfie sticks, so much so that they’ve decided to ban them. Major museums including The Smithsonian, the Getty Center in LA and the Museum of Contemporary Art in Chicago New York’s MOMA, and Washington DC’s National Gallery of Art have all said no to the sticks […]

Computer Program Can Distinguish a Genuine Pollock Painting From Forgery

19th February 2015 | 1 Comment

For years, critics of modern artist Jackson Pollock have pointed out that he literally just threw paint at a canvas. They say that anyone could do the same thing. As a matter of fact, because Pollock’s paintings are so easy to imitate, there have been many forgeries of his work that have been sold as […]

Prehumans May Have Created Art

3rd December 2014 | 1 Comment

We know that our prehuman ancestors were like modern humans in many ways. They had similar social structures, omnivorous diets, and rudimentary toolmaking ability. However, there is one area of development that human beings believed set them apart from all of their ancestors: art. Artistic inventiveness was thought to be a uniquely human trait, but […]