History of the Siren

Sirens have been depicted in Greek mythology as half-woman/half-birds who lure men to their death and by the movies as bad news babes wrapped up in a slinky dress.
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A week of culture: 7 European galleries to visit that you may never have heard of!

Reflex, Amsterdam Opposite the World famous Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam, you’ll find The Reflex Gallery, which was established over 30 years ago by Ria and Lex Daniëls. It ...
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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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“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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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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Spilling Some Tea

Food fads come and go but tea is a constant. Next to water, it is the most consumed beverage in the world. By 2021, it is projected to be a $44.3 billion market in the US ...
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2019 - In Living Coral

Pantone Promotes “Living Coral” for 2019
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The 1st of January, More Than Just New Year's Day.

When you think of the 1st day in January thoughts of champagne, fireworks, and in some cases...bad decisions from the night before may come to mind. However, January 1 has ...
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Chiaroscuro Is Enjoying a Renaissance

The technique – let’s call it “Rembrandt lighting” so you don’t have to struggle with the pronunciation as you read to yourself – dates back to Renaissance paintings. In these ...
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