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Rubens: Too Much for Modern Audiences? (Art History) | Perspective

Waldemar Januszczak sets out to correct the misconceptions that have arisen about Rubens. His vast and grandiose canvases seem too much for modern sensibilities. […]

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All You Can Eat

Royal College of Art Graduation Film (2019) A group of creatures are abducted from their natural habitat. Online Premiere: 05/02/21 zippyframes.com/index.php/shorts/all-you-can-eat-by-dimitris-armenakis thenewcurrent.co.uk/all-you-can-eat skwigly.co.uk/showcase/all-you-can-eat/ Awards & Nominations: ASIFA Hellas Annual Award “Stratos Stasinos” 2020 – Winner for Best Student Film UWPG … Continue reading

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Designer Creates Mini Replica of Johannesburg in His Backyard | My Modern Met

It took 12 years, but this man turned his backyard into a mini replica of Johannesburg. There are many artists who feel their work would improve if they had superior materials, that the very best brand of tools will give … Continue reading

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Mixed-Media Portraits by Nelson Makamo Reflect Childhood Innocence and Wonder

Nelson Makamo (previously)  is known for his oversized, lively portraits of the children and teens he meets around Johannesburg. Using a distinct blend of acrylic, watercolors, monotypes, silkscreen, and oil paint, the South African artist often delineates their silhouettes with … Continue reading

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WHO INVENTED THE FURNACE? Alice H. Parker (New information you’ve never seen!)

The inventor of the furnace, Alice H. Parker, has an amazing story that is never told. All most people know is that the modern furnace was invented by an African-American woman named Alice H. Parker in 1919, and that’s about … Continue reading

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La Maison en Petits Cubes — Hobo Moon Cartoons

Kunio Katō (2008) La Maison en Petits Cubes is a 2008 Japanese animated short subject film created by Kunio Katō, with music by Kenji Kondo and produced by Robot Communications and animated by Oh! Production. It won several prizes, including … Continue reading

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Morning. Coffee. Breakfast. Shower. And then? Trip outside? Or trip inside? Breathing meditation in form of linear full animation. Short film by Vojtěch Domlátil. Sound by Martin Klusák. 2019. Awards: 2020 International Film Festival ZOOM – Zblizenia, Poland – Animation … Continue reading

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VLADIVOSTOK, RUSSIA or why I want to escape the Far East (VLOG)

Vladivostok is a city in the Far East of Russia, on the shore of Sea of Japan. This city is famous for its unique vibe, hills, the sea and traffic jams. In the video I will show you a little … Continue reading

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A DIY dad built a backyard bobsled track for his kids

A DIY dad built a backyard bobsled track for his kids. The homemade track is 558 feet long, the sleds can go up to 19 mph and each ride lasts about a minute

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The secret life of urban foxes | Natural History Museum

Find out what makes Britain’s towns and cities so appealing to red foxes and if they deserve the bad rap they receive. Red foxes have been documented in Britain’s urban areas since the 1930s © Peter Trimming via Flickr (CC … Continue reading

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