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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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See images from one notable show every weekday. Read More The post Matt Mullican at Pirelli HangarBicocca, Milan appeared first on ARTnews.
The artist will have a show at the Palais de Tokyo in Paris this summer. Read More The post France Picks Laure Prouvost for 2019 Venice Biennale Pavilion appeared first on ARTnews.
The Brooklyn show runs through May 27. Read More The post Amie Cunat Imbues Shaker Craftsmanship with Political Import at Victori+Mo appeared first on ARTnews.
Uplift is a architecturally-minded desk sculpture that slowly rotates using the power of the sun. The walnut work hovers inside a glass bell jar, powered by a steel and brass mechanism that
Collage artist Lola Dupré (previously) continues to create mind-boggling manipulations of photographs in her surreal style. The Scotland-based artist cuts images into thousands of shards and
Wrocław-based tattoo artist Joanna Swirska, aka Dżo (previously), produces nature-based tattoos through her own psychedelic lens. In one work a crystal-studded snail inches across ombre
Drag queens are changing the world, and young women can't stop watching.
The new documentary “That Summer,” a de facto prequel, brings the eccentric Edies back to life in an era dominated by attention-starved mini-celebrities.
Our critic calls this series of novels, which began with “Outline” and “Transit,” a “stark, modern, adamantine new skyscraper on the literary horizon.”
In “Bad Blood,” John Carreyrou tells of the rise and incredible fall of Theranos, the biotech company that was going to revolutionize blood testing.
In addition to the season’s usual fun, there are serious looks at pressing subjects among this summer’s must-reads, including the latest by Beth Macy, Michael Pollan and Jaron Lanier.