The Tate Gallery, London: How the greyness of Britain colored Van Gogh’s vision.

Photograph by Ashley Jouhar The Sunflowers, by Vincent Van Gogh is a painting we’ve all seen reproduced in books, on T-shirts, posters, place mats, fridge magnets and ...
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Keith Haring at Tate Liverpool. Pop meets Politics.

Photograph: Ashley Jouhar. Copyright: Keith Haring Foundation Speed. Not the drug; but the pace at which Keith Haring created his art. Incredible, fluid strokes applied at ...
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Getting festival ready - and why we still love them, 50 years after Woodstock.

Image number: 1035-12560 Peace and Love, man. And believe it or not, Mozart. In 18thCentury England, the cathedrals would fill with the festival-goers of the day, keen to hear ...
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“I must be a mermaid, Rango. I have no fear of depths and a great fear of shallow living.” ― Anais Nin
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Ginger Snaps

History has been rough on redheads. We no longer burn them as witches or accuse them of being vampires, but some mythical baggage remains. Fiery temper? Sickly? Just plain ...
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The increase in video demand and its power to move.

Images work more effectively than text. We’re aware of that already. But did you know that the human brain processes images 60,000 times faster than text?
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CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR FAB FIVE IMAGES! NEVER STOP LIVING YOUR BEST LIFE - CELEBRATING THE BEAUTY THAT COMES WITH AGE!

"We don't stop playing because we grow old; we grow old because we stop playing.” -George Bernard Shaw
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Why health is the real wealth today.

The definition of wellbeing is given as ‘The state of being comfortable, healthy, or happy’. The synonyms associated with it are ‘Welfare, Health, Good Health, Happiness, ...
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CLICK HERE TO VIEW OUR FAB FIVE IMAGES!🌈 All the Colors of Picasso

"Colors, like features, follow the changes of the emotions.” Pablo Picasso 🎨
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