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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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The artist will work with curator Michelle Ho to present "Music For Everyone: Variations on a Theme." Read More The post Song-Ming Ang Will Represent Singapore at 2019 Venice Biennale appeared
The fair scaled back the number of galleries for its fourth edition, and signed on ten ones, including Damien & the Love Guru, Isabella Bortolozzi, and Southard Reid. Read More The post
See images from one notable show every weekday. Read More The post Jack Smith at Artists Space, New York appeared first on ARTnews.
Los Angeles-based illustrator and storyboard artist Victo Ngai produces layered illustrations that reveal elaborate worlds filled with unexpected details. A beautiful expanse of unencumbered
Last week Boston-based astrophotographer Abdul Dremali captured a glowing Mars as it rose above a Rhode Island beach. In the image it rests just beneath the overhead Milky Way as its powerful
In Animal Soul, a fleeting exhibition at Brookfield Place in New York City, artist Jason Hackenwerth (previously) brought to life a menagerie of inflatable creatures. Born from his wild
The new documentary "Won't You Be My Neighbor?" explores the radical notion that someone this decent really was who he said he was.
It’s hard to evolve. It’s harder, still, to do it in public, in real time, like Bourdain did.
Marina Zenovich, the director of "Robin Williams: Come Inside My Mind," explains the bittersweet experience of making her documentary.
In this surprising and mesmerizing book, Allie Rowbottom, a descendant of the Jell-O fortune, weaves together memoir and the story of the classic American brand.
“The Death of Truth” looks at “the age of Trump” — and shudders.
Thomas Clerc’s “Interior” is a tour of all the objects in the experimental writer’s 50-square-meter Paris apartment.