August 24, 2021

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Sick of Immersive Van Gogh Already? Three Separate Companies Are Launching Competing Immersive Monet Experiences

Get ready for the Claude Monet experience. Or rather, the Claude Monet experiences. Not one, not two, but three separate traveling immersive exhibitions based on the famed Impressionist’s paintings are currently gearing up—and one could be headed to a city near you. Technically, the trend of turning famous art into walk-in light shows is nothing

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You Will Be Amazed by These Unforgettable Portraits by Laura Rubin

With so many muscles in the human face, it is no wonder that facial expressions so easily convey a vast array of emotions. While many of them are easy to see, there are subtle micro-expressions which aren’t as easy to spot, or to understand. Coated in liquid black and often staring directly at the viewer,

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Beautiful Sunny Portraits of Girls by Sam Yang

Sam Yang is a digital artist. He lives in Toronto. He has a Youtube channel, an Instagram account and a patrean account. He draws digitally. That guy focused more on the characters. Although he is quite young, he makes great drawings that can be used in many places! His talent is at an uncommon value.

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This Cat Table Gives Your Feline a Seat in the Table

Japanese online retailer Dinos has released a new line of cat furniture and part of their line-up includes this all-natural oak wood table. With a perch underneath and a hole in the middle, it gives your feline friend a seat, right in the middle of the table. Expertly crafted with high-quality wood, the fashionable table

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Two Paintings by Ireland’s Foremost Impressionist, Found Buried in an Ohio Storage Unit, Could Fetch $60,000 at Auction

An Ohio family got more than they bargained for when they consigned their parents’ estate to auction. In the back of the storage unit lay a forgotten pair of artworks, long assumed to be inexpensive prints. In fact, they were a pair of genuine oil paintings by Paul Henry (1876–1958), Ireland’s foremost Impressionist artist. The rediscovered

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How You Live In Russia When You Supervise Local Road Police

We were never invited to this house because its owner, Head of Road Police in the Stavropol region of Russia, probably didn’t wish the public to see how he lives. But just recently he has been detained on suspicion of corruption and crime of professional misconduct. Now the photos of his house are widely covered

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