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28 Years Later

I’ve taken an interest in photography lately. I think it started in January, when I saw Letizia Battaglia’s Palermo photographs. They were on display at the MAXXI in Rome. To see something nearly a world away, in a different time, from a completely different perspective through a single photograph, a single moment, is one of … Continue reading

The Selfie Epidemic

My very first article on this website was about Statue Selfies: pictures of marble statues photographed in a certain way to make it look like they’re taking a selfie. To quote the article, “Despite that I’m an American teenager, I don’t like selfies. I’ve never taken a selfie. But I found these statue selfies some of … Continue reading

Now Presenting Bruce, the Duke of Banner

It’s May 4th. So this article is dedicated to all nerds like myself. While some of my friends were idolizing Derek Jeter and Eli Manning, Star Wars characters and superheroes were better than Tim Tebow or Robinson Canó could ever be. I know nearly every line to every Star Wars film (even the prequels), and I would draw … Continue reading

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13 Andy Warhol Polaroids for sale at Artnet Auction

Artnet Auctions has posted 13 Andy Warhol Polaroid’s with a ‘PURCHASE NOW’ option from not until January 3rd.  The works range from $9,500 for his ‘Diana Ross, 1981′ to upwards of $25,000 for his ‘Self-Portrait in Drag, 1981.  All of the Polaroid’s have been authenticated and embossed by the Warhol Foundation.

Abstractify me Victor!

We do not just cover art here, we like architecture too! It’s even better when an artist abstractifies (Hmmm, not sure that’d a word but it should be) architecture. Victor Enrich digitally “enhances” images of buildings into thrilling, gravity defying structures. In an interview with TIME, Enrich says he was job hunting in Munich and … Continue reading