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  • Where to Find Free Tattoo Designs  By : Zac Parker
    So you’ve thought long and hard about getting a tattoo and you’ve decided that yes, you’re definitely going to ‘get inked’? If so, the next logical question to ask is, “What design do I choose?”
  • Aliens: Where SETI Astronomers Can Find Them  By : Gersiane De Brito
    Morten St. George’s theory that ancient astronauts left behind contact information: Instructions on how to calculate the galactic coordinates of where they came from.
  • Songwriters! – What‘cha Doin’ In Your Rhythm Fit?  By : Khaliq Glover aka Khaliq-O-Vision
    Songwriters, Musicians, and Producers should thoroughly study these masters and this movie to remind themselves about how to great songs and craftmanship can change the world. These guys had songwriting success on a par close to The Beatles. Do you know who this group of excellent Songwriters/Artists are? Study them well.
  • JFK Conspiracy and Other Historical Secrets  By : Gersiane De Brito
    Morten St. George’s theory that some of the Nostradamus prophecies reflect genuine knowledge of the future up to and including who was behind the JFK assassination.
  • Direct TV – Best In the Business  By : Jordan K. Williams
    Among all the television viewing options available, Direct TV rules. It is a leading one in the market today and it also provides a variety of channels. This makes it the fastest growing in the TV industry.
  • Science Fiction Movie Reviews  By : Francesca Black
    Nothing beats a friday night at home, snuggled up on a coach with a bowl of popcorn watching Science Fiction Movies. Stop at your local video store and find a science fiction movie sure to get you thinking about what could have been or what might be. Here are some of the best all time science fiction movies.
  • The Robertson Panel: The CIA Considers UFOs  By : Francesca Black
    With World War II came better, faster airplanes and more experienced pilots. By the time the war was over, air travel was becoming firmly established across the world. The skies became the highways of the future. People started looking up in curiosity. What they saw in the skies was sometimes mundane, but sometimes astonishing. The UFO age had begun.
  • Jenny Greenteeth  By : Rob Daniels
    If your path takes you near a riverbed or across a stream, you�d best look out for Jenny Greenteeth. A water witch of greenish tinge with frog-like, yellow eyes as big as two lamps, Jenny dwells beneath the river�s surface, darting like a fish across the muddy bottoms, and feeding upon the misfortunate who stumble and drown in her waters.
  • How to Dance Samba No Pe  By : Robert L J Bloom
    The conventional type of samba danced in the Rio carnival is samba no pe. Samba no pe is done in a 2/4 rhythm where the dancer takes three steps to every bar. The dance consists of jumps and turns. It is important that when you jump you should not jump too high.
  • The Allure Of Vinyl Records  By : Robert Benson
    Article explains why the vinyl record has outlasted all other music formats and continues to sell today. Discusses why people collect vinyl records.
  • Art Galleries for the Connoisseur  By :
    There are literally thousands of art galleries all over the world. Almost every city has an art gallery but there are some art galleries that are known all around the world. People will travel across the world just to see some of these famous art galleries and the master pieces that they house inside.
  • On Becoming An Artist  By : Charles Griffith
    How to approach the personal and creative challenges of being an artist, and how general self-improvement can benefit the artist.
  • The Basics Of Design  By : Charles Griffith
    Learn the fundamentals of design as they apply to painting and drawing, so that you can create artwork of the highest artistic quality!
  • Unlimited Movie and Music Downloads  By : Thomas Martin
    There are many factors that have made movie downloading so popular the past couple of years. The most important factor is the development of more efficient video/audio compression technologies that enable the movies to be compressed to much smaller file sizes than before. Also, the popularity of fast Internet connections have made it possible to download movies much faster than before.
  • The Journey Of Cady McClain, Soap Diva  By : Mark Greenstein
    The two Emmy Award actress for day time soaps: “All my children” and “As the World Turns” proves she has what it takes to fine tune her skills.
  • Ipod Movies and Music Downloads  By : Thomas Martin
    Where to get safe and legal downloads for your iPod on the cheap! iPods are great! What more can I say? If you don�t have one yet, you just don�t know what you�re missing out on. I didn�t either. I actually have the very first, original iPod that was manufactured. I just had to have it. My own personal reasons were that I travel in the car a lot and wanted to listen to my Coast To Coast radio shows that I never get to listen to at home.
  • Chinese Ancient Traditions Revived In Global New Year Shows  By : Gisela Sommer
    NTDTV�s live Chinese New Year Spectacular is more than a thrilling and enchanting music and dance performance; it is also promoting a rebirth of ancient Chinese culture which has been destroyed after the communist takeover. Dragons, drums and dancers, along with traditional Chinese instruments and costumes faithfully recreated from old manuscripts, paintings and pottery, all evoked the grandeur of China�s great dynasties and legends of remote history.
  • Zune Music Downloads  By : Thomas Martin
    Hi my name is Thomas, here I lists several solutions to get music, video, movies, audio books playable on Microsoft Zune player, including download music and videos from Zune Marketplace and another cheaper reousrce that has just launched.
  • 10 Solutions for Guitar Player’s Sore Finger  By : Jean Welles
    Most new guitarists experience sore fingers when learning to play a guitar. Here a 10 surprising solutions that can banish the sore finger problem and make playing more enjoyable.
  • The Ten Most Notable Celebrity Baby Names of 2006  By : Neil Street
    The Celebrity Baby Names Blog, which monitors celebrity baby names on a daily basis, and is the internet�s leading site dedicated to the topic, has created a list of the Ten Most Notable Celebrity Baby Names of 2006. It includes not only the �weird� names, which are easy to spot, but also the notable names which made news in 2006 for reasons beyond the name itself.
  • Finance Your Movie In The Game  By : Terrence Walker
    Imagine entering an online game world and fighting dragons, orcs, goblins and wizards, collecting wonderous magical items and large stashes of gold, all for the purpose of financing your indepent film in the real world. The online game economies of today make this a real possibility.
  • Free Music Trials  By : Thomas Martin
    Music download web sites allow music lovers to access and purchase a large variety of songs and music videos online. Most of the early websites offering music downloads were illegal. However, after years of dominance by illegal sites and by peer to peer sharing applications that made swapping MP3 files easy, legal download services are rapidly becoming popular.
  • The Ethics of Peer-To-Peer Networks  By : Peter Nisbet
    Peer-to-peer file sharing is not illegal, but downloading copyright protected material is. However, the morality of the music and movie industries is open to question when they prosecute children for illegally downloading movies and music tracks while appear to actively support alcohol ridden artists in their sexual and drugtaking activities in order to enhance their publicity. Which is the greater offence – the legal or the moral?
  • Independent Film: How To Find Your Audience  By : Terrence Walker
    For nearly a hundred years the world of motion pictures was a closed system controlled by a few rich titans. Master inventor Thomas Edison and Charles Eastman, founder of Kodak, saw to it that no one could make movies without paying huge fees to them. The system they setup persists even in the closed studio system of the 21st century. Does the new technology of the wired offer independent film makers a way around all this?
  • 5 Steps To Get Your Movie Done In 2007  By : Terrence Walker
    It’s that time of year and new years resolutions abound. For select few, that new years resolution means deciding to get their movie done in 2007. This article provides five help steps to see that dream become a reality.
  • An Introduction To Composition  By : Charles Griffith
    A helpful introduction to the essential principles of composition as they relate to the arts of painting and drawing, designed to help the beginning and intermediate artist.
  • Ballroom Shoes  By : bowechaim
    Ballroom shoe information. Learn about the ballroom shoe and its special qualities that make it the best shoe for the ballroom.
  • 7 Proven Tips and Techniques That Will Have You Taking Great Digital Photos That You Can Be Proud Of  By : Teresa Pocock
    Taking great digital photos is not as hard as you might think! In fact, if you are wondering how to take great digital photos, these 7 proven practical tips will tell you just that! By following these quick tips and techniques you will significantly improve your digital photography to the point where you will be taking impressive photos everyday!
  • The Three Stooges-Classic Comedy Icons  By : Robert Benson
    A short history/bio of the classic slapstick comedy icons, the Three Stooges. Curly, Larry and Moe and later Shemp were brought into theaters all across the country via Columbia Picures and were highly sucessful and often imitated. Their caustic brand of humor still makes people all over the world laugh today and will for many years to come.
  • Hollywood Producers Want Fresh Ideas  By : Scott Manville
    Hollywood is built on the power of Idea, and thanks to the Internet the “Closed Door” of tinseltown has been kicked wide open for idea-people wanting to pitch the next hit TV show.
  • 2 Movies About Young Adults That Prove Their Integrity and Substance  By : Ed Bagley
    Pretty in Pink is a classic high school story of first love and prom night, starring Molly Ringwald as Andie, a girl from the wrong side of tracks who falls for Blaine, a rich preppie. Andie proves to be a girl of truth, courage and integrity rather than a push over. Saint Ralph is the story of Ralph Walker, a 14-year-old boy who has an epiphany that tells him if he wins the Boston Marathon his mother will come out of her comma and recover.
  • Surprise Ending Turns Spanglish Into a Triumph for James Brooks  By : Ed Bagley
    Spanglish is a relationship movie with a surprise ending in that the two principal characters in the movie actually do the right thing. Essentially, a housekeeper for a family becomes emotionally involved with the husband. They manage to almost lose it but do not act on their impulses, separating at the end with the husband going back to his dysfunctional wife and two children, and the housekeeper moving on to another chapter in her life.
  • Why “Ghost” Appeals to Our Fervent and Subtle Imagination  By : Ed Bagley
    Ghost is everything that is right about a really scary movie. There are clearly good guys and bad guys, there is uncertainty about whether all of the good guys will be standing at the end of the movie, there is romance, there is sacrifice, there is redemption, there is the surreal to deal with, there is trying to stay grounded in reality, there is good and evil, and there is the eternal question of whether good will triumph in the end.
  • Million Dollar Baby: This Is One Fight Where You Get Your Money’s Worth  By : Ed Bagley
    After watching so many pay-for-view fights on the tube and being disappointed, watching Million Dollar Baby was refreshing because I really got my money’s worth. When the 2005 Academy Awards presentation ended, Million Dollar Baby, nominated for 7 Oscars, won 4, including Best Picture, Best Director (Clint Eastwood), Best Actress (Hillary Swank as Maggie Fitzgerald) and Best Supporting Actor (Morgan Freeman as Eddie “Scrap Iron” Dupris).
  • Two Excellent Movies You Could See Over and Over and Not Miss a Beat  By : Ed Bagley
    The 1964 musical My Fair Lady is one of the best movies ever made, earning 12 Oscar nominations and winning 8 Oscars, including Best Picture, Best Director (George Cukor) and Best Actor (Rex Harrison) among major awards. See My Fair Lady with your children at home, and enjoy a Broadway musical. The Phantom of the Opera has it all: a story line, plot, great writing, great presentation, and even better music and lyrics. Phantom is a must see.
  • Five Movies You Think Would Be Really Better Than They Are  By : Ed Bagley
    Here are five movies you think would be really better than they are, unfortunately for the films, the scripts, the direction, and the actors, they are not. All five get my terrible rating; they include About Schmidt (with Jack Nicholson and Kathy Bates as Oscar nominees), The Anchorman (with Will Ferrell and Christina Applegate), Before Sunset, Cocktail (with Tom Cruise) and Corky Romano (with Chris Kattan of Saturday Night Live fame).
  • Five More Movies You Think Would Be Better Than They Are  By : Ed Bagley
    Here are five more movies you think would be really better than they are, unfortunately for the films, the scripts, the direction, and the actors, they are not. All five get my terrible rating; they include Imagine Me & You, Down With Love (with Renee Zellweger), In Good Company, It Runs in the Family (with Michael Dougles and Kirk Douglas) and Laws of Attraction (with Pierce Brosnan and Julianne Moore).
  • Put Youtube Movies On Your iPod  By : Thomas Martin
    There is a ton of good content on YouTube, but copyright infringement claims and DMCA take-down notices mean that any given video can disappear at any time. Having a local copy of the video means you won�t lose access if YouTube removes the video from their site. And if you convert the video to MP4 format, you can transfer it to your iPod as well.
  • Ancient Greek Pottery  By : Terry Kubiak
    The pottery of ancient Greece is one of the most tangible and iconic elements of ancient Greek art. The colorful vases and pots of the ancient Greeks have survived in large numbers and are today highly prized as collectors items.
  • Is Theatre Experience Better In London?  By : Martin Davies
    Comparing regional theatre shows to the London West End.
  • The Real Purpose of Sex in Literature  By : Evelyn Cole
    The varying purposes of pornography, erotica and characterization in literaure.
  • Realism In Contemporary Art  By : Charles Griffith
    Understanding the role that Realism has played in the history of Western art, its relationship with abstraction, and its place in the art of the 21st century.
  • And the Oscar for Best Movie Goes To— Crash of Racial Stereotypes and Humanitarian Babel.  By : Elizabeth Moreno
    Last year we saw Crash running away with the Oscar, and was acclaimed for not only the best movie of the year, but for its exposure of race relations, bias and stereotypes in American society. Again this year, Hollywood, has by accident, created incredible teaching tools that can be used to raise our unconscious biases and stereotypes which can lead us to recognize unique, individual features of others.
  • Art & Kids  By : Mike Sexton
    Excellent reasons why children should be allowed to explore their creativity through art.
  • How Buy Art  By : Mike Sexton
    Great examples of things you should consider before your next art purchase.
  • Art and Art Reproduction – Some Quick Facts  By :
    It is almost impossible to define art but we can explain art as the deliberate use of some medium to communicate emotions or ideas between minds. The various forms of art such as paintings, music, dance, sculpture or any form are the artists� exclusive ways of communicating through their creativity and imagination. The criterion of a good work of art lies in its ability to communicate the underlying idea, thought or feeling effectively.
  • Dancing And Having Rhythm  By : Jimmy Cox
    Learning to dance is fun – and it is easy. In a sense it is like learning a new language – a language in which moods and emotions are expressed in movement; a language of rhythm, grace and harmony. It is new – but in a very real sense it is the oldest language in the world, for dancing is the oldest form of art.
  • Get Out Your Hello Kitty Birthday Cards  By : Martin Pavion
    There are four of the Sanrio characters, who also developed Hello Kitty, which will celebrate a birthday this month. So all of you Hello Kitty fans will want to be ready with birthday wishes.
  • Method Acting – Practical Excercises for the Actor  By : Brian Timoney
    The article provides practical excercises and information on Lee Strasberg’s Method approach to acting.
  • cool web sites  By : Peter Anderson
    Hollywood is a social fabric of closely knit people and they are highly fearful of doing business with outsiders. They often make deals over the phone and many times at lunch.
  • How To Create your Own Life-Sized Predator or Alien Sculpture From Scrap Metal  By : Martin Pavion
    If you have ever been fascinated by the sight of a 3 meter tall Alien or Predator statue that’s created from the scrap metal from cars, weapons, boats and appliances then this article will teach you exactly what it takes to have your own life-sized alien or predator statue in your living room,
  • Roman Antiquities, Roman Glass Beads and Intaglios  By : Terry Kubiak
    In the 2nd millennium BC, the Romans emerged from a small settlement near Rome to begin a course of expansion that was to make them the dominant power in the Mediterranean. By the 1st Century AD, Roman territories expanded from Britain in the north to Egypt in the south. Much of the Roman culture and crafts reflected the preceding Hellenistic period, however, their extensive trade network provided them with a great variety of materials.
  • How to Mix a Ceramic Glaze Recipe  By : GlazeMixer
    This article explains how to measure and mix a ceramic glaze recipe.
  • What is a Pyrometric Cone?  By : GlazeMixer
    This article explains why ceramic glazes have pyrometric cone number and how a pyrometric cone measures heat and temperature in a kiln.
  • Why Method acting is the most successful acting technique  By : Brian Timoney
    This articles describes why Lee Strasberg’s Method approach to acting has been so successful.
  • Communities quarreled with one another Athens and Sparta became the most famous  By : Terry Kubiak
    Ancient Greek pottery is frequently signed, sometimes by the potter or the master of the pottery, but only occasionally by the painter. Hundreds of painters are however, identifiable by their artistic personalities, where their signatures haven�t survived they are named for their subject choices, as �the Achilles Painter�, by the potter they worked for, such as the late Archaic �Kleophrades Painter�
  • Solomon Sculpture Gallery  By : Debra Solomon
    Debora Solomon is not just an artist of sculpture, that is a sculptor, she is also a lawyer, has a Master’s Degree in Political Science, and has experience as a teacher. That makes her quite eclectic with a background that spans much farther than just that of an artist with her own online art gallery. This artist describes her sculpture as consciously using negative space in all of her work.
  • The Alien Queen Reborn  By : Martin Pavion
    A short and impressive biography of an Life-Sized Alien Queen who – thanks to the hard work and dedication of skilled Thai artists have been able to transform this towering 3 meter statue from her humble beginnings as a common household appliances into something far far grander.
  • Art and Art Reproduction � Some Quick Facts  By :
    Art can be defined as the deliberate use of some medium to communicate emotions or ideas between minds. The mediums of art can be as diverse as paintings, music, dance, sculpture. Basically, art requires creativity and imagination to convey the thoughts and ideas of the artist to the minds of others. An artwork is judged on the basis of how effectively it communicates these underlying messages, ideas or thoughts clearly.
  • Ancient Roman pottery  By : Terry Kubiak
    In the second millennium BC, the Romans emerged from a small settlement near Rome to begin a course of expansion that was to make them the dominant power in the Mediterranean. By the 1st Century AD, Roman territories expanded from Britain in the north to Egypt in the south.
  • A Brief Look at the Successful Ventriloquist  By : Jimmy Cox
    After taking a few lessons the student may find that he has a hitherto unsuspected talent for the art of ventriloquism, which only needs proper cultivation to be made a source of amusement and profit.
  • Ancient Egyptian mummybeads and lapis scarabs  By : Terry Kubiak
    A number of semi-precious stones were available from Egypt�s natural resources but in ancient times, the greatest number of beads were made from faience, an inexpensive ceramic paste that was developed around 4000 BC in Egypt and Mesopotamia. Faience is the forerunner of glass and although the recipe was a closely guarded secret, the technology spread throughout the Ancient World.
  • The Fine Art of Tattoo Cover Ups  By : Kingston J. Amadan
    Tattooing requires overall drawing and illustrative skills, an advanced understanding of lines and shading and the ability to deal with people from all walks of life. Part designer, part salesman, part counselor, part businessman (or woman) and part bedside physician, a professional tattoo artist is accustomed to wearing many hats.
  • Three types of actors; creative, imitative and stage hacks!  By : Brian Timoney
    This article defines what makes great acting and three types of actors the exist; creative, imitative and stage hacks. It also details the development of Method acting.
  • Four Romantic Comedies That Will Not Stress Your Emotions  By : Ed Bagley
    Here are four romantic comedies that will not stress your emotions: Matthew McConaughey and Sarah Jessica Parker in Failure to Launch, Jennifer Lopez (J-Lo) in Maid in Manhattan and The Wedding Planner, and Michael J. Fox and Gabrielle Anwar in For Love or Money. Just sit back and be entertained. If you want great stories, great acting and great direction, try other movies.
  • Tips on Improving Tattoo Aftercare  By : Kingston J. Amadan
    As a tattoo artist, your work is a lifetime calling card that when well conceived and executed can bring you accolades, recognition and most importantly, more business. While some would argue that having a particularly recognizable style is what separates the all stars of the tattoo world from the working stiffs, the reality is that the stylized visions of a specific artist belong to only the artist, not the public at large.
  • How To Cast A Horoscope The Eastern Way  By : Mohan Potukuchi
    The starting point in astrological prognostications is the astrological
    chart commonly known as the horoscope. It is essential that the chart is
    delineated correctly and properly. To avoid faulty judgements and
    pronouncements it is necessary to inquire and ascertain the accuracy.
    These days, computer horoscopes are very common and they are prone to
  • Muhurtha – An Auspicious Moment Of Time  By : Mohan Potukuchi
    Muhurtha (Electional Astrology) is a branch of Indian Astrology dealing with
    fixing of ‘auspicious moments of time’ for conducting important and
    sacred ceremonies. One can find Indians referring a ‘Panchang’ or
    consulting an astrologer for a ‘muhurat’ when they either want to conduct
    an important ceremony like marriage, ‘upanayan’ (thread ceremony for
    ‘Brahmins’),’gruha pravesh’ (house warming) etc. or when they would like
    to embark upon an important work.
  • The story of ancient oil lamps  By : Terry Kubiak
    Terracotta baked clay pottery was made and used throughout the Middle east and was produced in the earliest settlements along the Fertile Crescent where the clay was abundant and varied in color. The early potters had ample resources which to experiment, create and develop their styles.
  • Embracing Eatonville – Photographic Exhibition  By : Andrew Wills
    The current photographic exhibition at the University of Michigan Museum of Art Off/Site gallery, entitled Embracing Eatonville features the photographs of Dawoud Bey, Lonnie Graham, Carrie Mae Weems, and Deborah Willis, each of whom attempts to represent (in varying ways) the historic town of Eatonville, Florida.
  • Napenee Rocks with Avril Lavigne  By : Andrew Wills
    At age 22, born September 27, 1984 Avril Ramona Lavigne put Napanee on the map. Canadian born, multi-talented Avril was born in the town of Napanee located in the Province of Ontario in of course this great land of mine, Canada. Avril is of a French Canadian descent. Napanee is truly the place to be!
  • Tattooing on Dark Skin  By : Kingston J. Amadan
    Tattooing on dark skin requires a little more effort on the part of the artist, both in dealing with the customer and doing the actual work. The problem with tattooing dark skin is that because the ink is being seen from behind the skin, many colors tend to get muted out or can appear dull.
  • 14 George Lucas Quotes to Celebrate His May 14th Birthday  By : Noel Jameson
    George Lucas, the father of Star Wars, is a Hollywood icon. Millions of people across the globe adore him with his fan base transcending race, gender and age. Celebrate his May 14th birthday with these 14 famous George Lucas quotes.
  • Instantly Removable Tattoo Inks  By : Arthor Pens
    One company, Freedom-2, is bringing products to market that will change the paradigm of tattooing. Their ink is based on encapsulating bio-absorbable dyes in polymethylmethacrylate microspheres.
  • French Impressionism In The Heart Of Paris  By : M. Davies
    Overview of French impressionism and Paris art attractions.
  • The History Of Music – Part 2  By : Mike Shaw
    Musical instruments are divided into three categories instruments of percussion, wind instruments, and stringed instruments. Very simple forms of these are known to every tribe on the earth, and in their simplest form may be said to lie ready to the hand of the savage
  • Making The Switch To Digital Photography  By : Tracy Hargraves
    If you’re a photography enthusiast, this article is a must read. It deals with the ins-and-outs of artistic digital photography. This article is the first of a series. It covers digital camera technology, as well as the basics on digital film editing tools…
  • The Electric Organ Has Been Replaced By Arranger Keyboards  By : Mike Shaw
    In my opinion, the organ is also more playable as a live instrument. Because of the bass pedals, you can play the organ without any auto chord or drum machine and get a very respectable sound. The keyboard on the other hand would sound thin, definitely lacking without auto chord/bass. Of course, arranger keyboards are considerably cheaper than new organs and take up less room.
  • Why Decorate with African Art?  By : maigida
    African art is showing up in more home decorating plans than ever before – partly because of a renewal of internet in African American culture, and partly because of an internet in something more vibrant than traditional modern art.
  • 6 Specific Steps to Run A Great Pub Quiz  By : Nick Moseley
    6 steps to pub quiz success – Learn how to prepare a “pro” quality pub quiz that can be run by anyone to make money, by landlords to get more business in on quiet nights � or just for fun anytime, anywhere, no pub required! How to structure your quiz. All about teams and entry frees. What prizes to offer. How to make sure people come and play, and critically, the best places to get quiz questions and answers.
  • Choosing Contemporary African Art  By : maigida
    You may already have a number of reasons for choosing contemporary African art. But if you’re unfamiliar with this type of work and want to know more, you will want to recognize several different techniques, colors, and styles that set this art apart from the rest.
  • Buying Contemporary African American Art  By : maigida
    Contemporary African American art is rapidly becoming a popular way to enhance your home d�cor. With its earthly tones and natural lines, African American art is not only beautiful to look at, but also creates an inviting richness to any room.
  • Why Choose Art Prints?  By : maigida
    When you find art prints in a store or online, the first thing you will notice is how cheap they are in comparison to real paintings or prints. Because they’re merely copies of the real pieces of art, they can be sold at much lower prices.
  • How to Properly Hang an African American Art Print  By : maigida
    When you�ve invested some money in an African American art print, you should display it prominently in your home. While some print stores will offer to mat your picture for you, you may save money and time by doing it on your own. A good mat job combined with the proper hanging techniques will guarantee that your African American art print is showcased the way it should be.
  • Using Contemporary Art Prints in Your Home  By : maigida
    If you’re looking for an inexpensive way to add style to your home, you mat want to consider contemporary art prints. By hanging these prints of your favorite images and paintings, you can not only add color to your favorite rooms, but also add a focal point for those who enter the room.
  • Finding African American Art  By : maigida
    If you’re looking add African American art to your home, you need to know where to find it. While it might seem like an easy task, finding prints or paintings that are authentic and high quality isn’t always simple.
  • Madonna, the True American Idol  By : Andrew Wills
    Maybe others will succumb, but never Madonna. Celebrity adoptions in the news, marriages on the rocks, divorce: the media can play up on every small detail, making the life of our entertainment icons come to life, but not always in a positive way. Music was her savior and got her through the tough times. What are some of the things Madonna has accomplished? In 20 years she won numerous awards, including American Music Awards.
  • The Inspiration of Dragonball and Dragonball Z  By : Andrew Wills
    With Dragon Ball Z (or “Dragonball Z”) hitting the top of the anime series charts, many anime fans have asked what it was that inspired the artist to create this truly exciting series. Dragon Ball Z has taken the world by storm and there is no question that Japanese manga artist, Akira Toriyama created an anime series that has been pure pleasure for fans throughout the world.
  • Online Photo Lessons for the Newbie Photographer  By : Tracy Hargraves
    It’s a fabulous technique, but it has some challenges to overcome. This is a common notion about photography lessons. And now web-based lessons and tutorials make you learn more about its basics and beyond. Online photography lessons are excellent introduction and investments for both the amateurs and the professionals.
  • Star Wars: The Franchise That May Never Disappear  By : Andrew Wills
    The initial film, Star Wars, was predicted to be a flop, so no merchandise was created to debut with the film�s release. As you can probably imagine, the Star Wars toy and merchandise franchise has grown considerably since the Christmas of 1977.
  • What are the 10 best Audiobooks for Success and Motivation Mind Self Improvement  By : Nick Moseley
    The top 10 downloadable audiobooks to supercharge your mind. What audiobooks can make you feel that you can do and achieve anything. Help you work faster and better. Help you break down and solve problems quickly. Allow you to take decisions like a war winning general and brush obstacles aside with ease. Read on and find out what audiobooks can help you supercharge up to a winners mentality
  • Decorative Acrylic Painting Tips for Beginners  By : Chris Robertson
    Learn how you can get started in acrylic painting with these quick tips….
  • FADE HAIRCUT, The most popular haircut amongst men of all ages around the world today.  By : Ana Tennyu
    In previous years the fade haircut was worn mostly by military men, and was called the high and tight. Today this haircut is extremely popular and has evolved into a much trendier look. It is now very popular amongst men of all ages within the United States and the rest of the world.
  • Modern African American Art and Artists  By : maigida
    Like many artists who use cultural and ethnic heritage as an inspiration for their art, modern African American art often has strong roots in Africa. For many African American artists, the Southern region of the U.S. also represents a huge emphasis on the composition and subject of their work.
  • Characteristics Of Nigerian Art  By : maigida
    Art is an amazing way to get to know a previously unknown culture. It often reflects cultural diversity as well as religious and ethnic origin. There are many unique societies throughout the globe and art is a way to bring them all a little closer to home.
  • Girl Tattoos – Their Meanings  By : Zoe Calow
    Have you ever noticed how a tattoo suits the girl wearing it? Its uncanny how when a girl decides to have a tattoo they are drawn to a design that has their characteristics and personality, often without them even realizing.
  • Best Buy: A Refurbished Digital Camera  By : Tracy Hargraves
    Buying the latest gadgets does not mean spending a lot. In fact, you can get great deals and save money on a good used or refurbished digital camera. Just like buying other products, make sure you invest time on checking the product before buying it.
  • The Beginnings Of Music � The Romans  By : Mike Shaw
    The Romans had little or no musical genius, and they were content to take their music, like every other artistic element of their national life, from the Greeks. The Greek was the child of nature, refined and educated through his own innate sense of beauty and fitness.
  • Is Art being Stolen to Order?  By : Mark Brassington
    Now we know that art is becoming mainstream, as theft is becoming the order of the day, as thieves in hoodies target prints by Banksy the anonymous and faceless graffiti artist. Then a few days later; the conviction of the boyfriend of the Olympian Myriam B�dard, for theft of paintings of the late Ghitta Caiserman-Roth. Nima Mazhari was convicted on the 5th of June of stealing the paintings worth $100,000. And in Milwaukee a Delacroix drawing has
  • Know About Traditional African Art  By : maigida
    When most people think of traditional African art, the beautiful and elaborate masks usually come to mind. While the African masks are a large part of the art from this continent they only represent a small part of the widely diverse types of work.

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