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Celebrating the Late Tamara Djurovic, AKA Hyuro, and Her Sincere, Monumental Murals

Argentinian artist Tamara Djurovic, who worked under the name Hyuro, died Thursday at her home in Valencia. Known for imbuing her works with sincerity, the artist utilized her large-scale pieces to capture the complexity of human emotion. Her style was … Continue reading

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Burt Bacharach’s Clever Key Changes

Along with his lyricist, Hal David, Burt Bacharach crafted some of the best known songs of the 20th century. His writing style is distinct and nuanced, often finding ways to hide complex musical ideas in plain sight, and his key … Continue reading

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Dawn Mander Reporting From Blackpool, England | LOCKDOWN 2 | Coronavirus’ Days

Photographer Dawn Mander is the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributor of this documentary photography. Blackpool, a town full of color, noise and vibrant life has like every other coastal towns suffered irreparable economic loss and many small local businesses have … Continue reading

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Quantum Mechanics: Schrödinger’s discovery of the shape of atoms

General theme I think it could be useful if I restate the central message of the video here, for clarity: The shape of hydrogen (and all atoms) is made up by the way the electron spreads itself, as a wave … Continue reading

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This Village’s Adorable Christmas Lights Are Designed by Kids | Kottke

In the Scottish village of Newburgh, the Christmas lights hung up around town were designed from drawings done by local schoolchildren. Poppy McKenzie Smith shared some of the displays on Twitter. This is the best,[…] Source: This Village’s Adorable Christmas … Continue reading

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LA MÉMOIRE DU MÉDAILLON D’OR – Animation short 2020 – GOBELINS

Ayla, a young shepherdess, erects a burial to a drowned dead woman, trapped in solitude and oblivion on the depth of a lake. A mysterious white horse will guide her. Ayla, une jeune bergère, érige une sépulture à une femme … Continue reading

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GEIST

A shipwrecked fisherman is led to a dark secret within this short thriller. This film was supported by the Frameworks scheme. A big thank you to IFB, RTE & BAI for their continual support of the Frameworks scheme and their … Continue reading

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Illuminated Figures Consider the Relationship Between the Body and Soul

“Vessel of the Universe (Sisidlan ng Kalawakan)” (2020), soldered metal, glass, LED strips, and electrical fittings, 64.5 x 47 x 12 inches. All images © Joshua Limon Palisoc Joshua Limon Palisoc draws on the tenets of Filipino Psychology to inform his … Continue reading

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Benu – Animated short film (2016)

A peaceful forest scenery is threatened at night. Subscribe to the channel: https://bit.ly/31vOHH3 Director: Steffen Oberle, Enzio Probst, Dominik Schön Cinematography: Michael Throne Film Music: Paul Hoffer, Stefan Kling Sounddesign: Simon Seufert, Lena Beck Production Company: Filmakademie Baden-Württemberg GmbH

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View Piccadilly Gardens, By Bernard McMullen | Manchester 

May 9, 2020 – View Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester By Bernard McMullen; acrylic; 15 x 11 in; Signed; . Access more artwork lots and estimated & realized auction prices on MutualArt. Source: View Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester By Bernard McMullen; acrylic; 15 … Continue reading

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