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Dozens of Expressive Puppets Encourage Kindness and Acceptance in a Series of Sing-A-Long Short Films

Irish director and animator Johnny Kelly (previously) is known for his puppet-based films, most notably his 2011 piece for Chipotle titled Back to the Start. His most recent project, Right on Tracks, is a series of short sing-a-long videos for Cheerios. … Continue reading

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Intertwined and Contorted Figures Form Surreal New Portraits by Brooke DiDonato

Brooklyn-based photographer Brooke DiDonato (previously) poses bodies in twisting forms, skewing the viewer’s perception of where one body ends and the next begins. DiDonato also combines subjects and scenes in surreal ways that question the division between human and nature, presenting limbs … Continue reading

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Frozen Life: Photos by Michael Schlegel

Shot in the Black Forest region of Germany, Berlin-based photographer Michael Schlegel took these monochrome, long-exposure photos of trees in heavy snow.[…] More:http://www.faithistorment.com/2019/02/frozen-life-photos-by-michael-schlegel.html

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“They had forgotten that the earth was their mother” – Black Elk wolakota (pron: woh – lah – koh – dah) means the Lakota people’s sacred way of life. It stands for peace, harmony, good relationship and respect between human … Continue reading

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The lead scientist on a secret experiment to teleport humans encounters a co-worker on a smoke break. As she grapples with the implications of recent discoveries, it’s clear that a dire mistake has been made. Premiered online at Short of … Continue reading

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New Mural Masters Book Offers a Colorful Tour of Contemporary Street Art Around the World

Not everyone is lucky enough to travel the world to witness the evolution of street art. Luckily there are books like Mural Masters: A New Generation published by Gingko Press to close those gaps. Authored by Kiriakos Iosifidis, the new book is over … Continue reading

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Swirling Abstract Portraits by Firelei Báez Explore Identity in Diasporic Societies

Vessel of Genealogies” (2016, acrylic), graphite and ink on paper, 40.5 x 70 inches (102.9 x 177.8 cm) Using acrylic, gouache, ink, and graphite, artist Firelei Báez creates intricate portraits that blur the boundaries between abstraction, realism, and surrealism.  Báez forms … Continue reading

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Chinese New Year: Unraveling the History of the Enchanting Festival – My Modern Met

How much do you know about Chinese New Year? Happy Chinese New Year! Every February, this enchanting holiday is honored by millions of people across the globe, making it one of the world’s most widespread celebrations. While there’s a chance … Continue reading

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Engram : Data Sculpture for Melting Memories

Engram : Data Sculpture, 3+1 AP 6M x 5M, 3MM LED Media Wall, Custom Software From February 7 through March 17, 2018, Pilevneli Gallery presented Refik Anadol’s latest project on the materiality of remembering. Melting Memories offered new insights into … Continue reading

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Imaginative Illustrations of Immune System Cells by Masanobu Ishii – Spoon & Tamago

an illustration of Natural Killer (NK) Cells. NK cells are best known for killing virally infected cells, and detecting and controlling early signs of cancer. Our immune system is essential to our health. It not only fights common ailments like … Continue reading

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