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Review of Etsy.com
I love this site. Everything I order is well made and looks amazing. I have ordered everything from handmade cards to clothes to coffee mugs to jewelry. I am kept up to date on the things I order and if I want to change something last minute I never have a problem. I also make a lot of custom orders that come out exactly the way I want. I can't get enough of this site... Read More »
Review of Pinterest.com
Five years ago, Pinterest was created by Paul Sciarra, Ben Silbermann and Evan Sharp with the intention of sharing sensational and innovated pictures, recipes, secrets, tips, and much more. Pinterest is an essential app to enjoy sharing creative ideas with a friend by creating categories, liking newsfeed, following users, and connecting with other websites... Read More »
Review of Society6.com
Found this site by accident just looking for Christmas ideas. It is unbelievable!!! Type in one word and hundreds of designs of art work are available for you to look at. Example "penguin". You will see so many beautiful art designs for shirts - mugs - pillows etc. I was so overwhelmed at the beautiful art work! Their customer service is outstanding! Read More »
Review of Writing.com
This is a fantastic site to upload your work and get reviews. If you are active in the community you will get plenty of reviews and thoroughly enjoy your experience. There is more to WdC than just uploading and reviewing writing. There are loads of official (managed by staff) and unofficial (managed by members) contests. I have ran many in my 5 years with the site... Read More »
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- Auction Records for Helen Frankenthaler, Joan Mitchell Could Fall at Christie’s Evening Sale in November
The markets for both artists have been heating up recently. Read More The post Auction Records for Helen Frankenthaler, Joan Mitchell Could Fall at Christie’s Evening Sale in November
Among the artists entering its collection for the first time are Yuji Agematsu, Marlon Mullen, Sable Elyse Smith, and Mierle Laderman Ukeles. Read More The post Here’s a Look at What the
In which creators reveal sources of artistic inspiration and instigation. Read More The post Muses: Lonnie Holley on Thornton Dial, African Village in America, and Gee’s Bend Quilts
Chain mail, needles, and dishwashing gloves: though not the materials you’d expect a dress to be made from, British artist Susie MacMurray uses them in her garment-inspired sculptures.
Sculptor Ronit Baranga (previously here and here) produces figurative ceramic works that combine human characteristics with inanimate objects such as teacups, saucers, and plates. Open mouths
Moscow-based photographer Stas Bartnikas captures landscapes from above. This perspective presents an abstracted view of the scenes below, turning mountains, waterfalls, and streams into
ABC's new drama insists that everything happens for a reason. Even, apparently, suicide.
We'll be talking about these turns from actors like Daniel Kaluuya, Steven Yeun and Natalie Portman for the rest of 2018 – and well into Oscar season.
Olivia Laing’s first novel features a protagonist who bears a strong resemblance to the writer and performance artist Kathy Acker.
With Book 6 of “My Struggle,” the famous Norwegian author completes the saga of his life — a work perfectly suited to the age of the blog.
In “Who Is Michael Ovitz?,” the ex-leader of the powerful talent agency C.A.A. recounts his time at the top.