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Painting the Upside Down

Hey, I’m back. I know I’ve been away for a while, but I’ve been roaming about Southern Europe for a month…   … on top of that, I’ve been trying to manage my schoolwork among other things. To make up for roughly three months of radio silence, I’ve decided to write about something that I know everyone … Continue reading

A Nerd’s Favorite Artist

For those who have been reading my articles, you may have guessed that I’m a huge nerd. I correct people’s grammar; I relate to George more than Marty when I watch Back to the Future; and I talk about sci-fi and fantasy with my fellow nerds. But when it comes to art, there’s only a few … Continue reading

New New York

I recently read an article about some of the famous structures in New York City, and about all the little features that no one would have noticed. Little tiny things that you would’ve never noticed were vitally important in the creation of monumental architectural structures. For instance, Times Square got its name in honor of … Continue reading

Hamilton Dies A Second Time

After months of debate and speculation, the Treasury Department finally revealed that it will be not be removing the face of arguably genocidal former president Andrew Jackson from the twenty-dollar bill. Instead, it be replacing the portrait of Alexander Hamilton with the face of an unnamed influential American woman. If you don’t know your American … Continue reading

Guy Laramée: an artist of many talents

Guy Laramée is an artist of many talents; successfully conquering the disciplines of theater writing and directing, contemporary music composition, musical instrument design and building, singing, video, scenography, sculpture, installation, painting, and literature.  The conglomeration of his works have been shown throughout the United States, Belgium, France, Germany, Switzerland, Japan, and Latin America. Influenced strongly … Continue reading

Alain Cadix’s ten-point plan will boost modern and contemporary design in france

French official Alain Cadix, has launched a ten-point plan to increase modern and contemporary design across the country. A couple of points in his plan include creating special design units, named after late French designer, at universities called “Roger Tallon hubs” as well as private and public funding for a “national design policy” which will … Continue reading