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Stencil Street Art by STRA

Stencil Street Art by STRA

Over the last ten years, street art has transformed from mainstream activity into the fresh and unique branch of world art. Lots of big cities of America, Europe, and Asia riddle with all kinds of murals on the walls, capturing ...

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Lionel Thomas: Captivating Art Inspired by Music

Lionel Thomas: Captivating Art Inspired by Music

Even with the development of knowledge about art, many artistic notions remain a mystery yet to discover. One of such things is the source of inspiration from which artists derive their motivation and energy. Despite the loads of various ways ...

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Photographs of the Ballets Russes at the Museum of Russian Icons

Photographs of the Ballets Russes at the Museum of Russian Icons

Have you ever thought of why people love ballet? This, at first glance, queer question has been answered in the most imaginative ways. However, the linking bridge between these answers is always the paramount moment in the performance when ballet ...

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Phil Wagner’s Art Installation at NO Gallery in LA

Phil Wagner’s Art Installation at NO Gallery in LA

The art installation is probably one of the most awe-inspiring forms of art we can meet nowadays. With its close bond with reality and mesmeric effect of fanciful figures, it captures the imagination and makes you delve into the world ...

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New Collection of Stylish Designer Glasses by Will Yaya

New Collection of Stylish Designer Glasses by Will Yaya

Art has no limitations. Whichever the way you look at it, you can find that everything around is art, with many pieces deliberately or occasionally shaped by the hands of masters. These include not only fine art and masterpieces from ...

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The Diversity of Christian Art

The Diversity of Christian Art

Christianity has deep roots in the history of humanity. Originated in the 1st century, religion has survived through the decades of struggle and years of patient work. Today, it is the world’s largest religion, with almost 2.5 billion followers. Like ...

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“Gratitude” – Nina Pandolfo’s Art Exhibition at JD Malat Gallery

“Gratitude” – Nina Pandolfo’s Art Exhibition at JD Malat Gallery

Nina Pandolfo, a striking Brazilian street artist, has already made a name for herself. Being worldwide known, she is an intermediary between two far away from each other worlds – the world of adults and the world of children. What ...

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The Meaning of Colors in Religious Icon Art

The Meaning of Colors in Religious Icon Art

Religious icon art has its origins in the early days of Christianity, when the first and one of the most famous icon painters, Luke the Evangelist, created this unique craft. The art itself flourished at times of the Byzantine Empire. ...

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