The strongest most powerful city lost its energy, everything shut down in NYC and so many lives were lost. The evil that this virus has done around the world is mind blowing, and the despair that we are all feeling while the death toll continues to grow every day.
Archives for September 2020
Sex trafficking is a chronic issue worldwide. But it’s alarming that we’re seeing an increase in the exploitation of human trafficking victims as the pandemic rages on. Here’s how you can help advocate for victims who are even more vulnerable during the pandemic.
When a piece of art is exhibited at a museum or a gallery, the people running the place will do their best to keep it safe. What about street art, though? Who and what protects the works of the artists whose canvas is the city they live in? Stealing a wall that’s been decorated by Banksy is not a very easy task… but theft is not the biggest threat to street art. Paint is.
In this article, we argue that the college journey is entirely about self-improvement. Of course, your education is important and comes first. However, the priority areas highlighted here should help present you in the best possible form after your graduation.
With work, school, social events, and occasionally, a global pandemic, life can quickly spin out of control, leaving you feeling weighed down, disorganized, and overwhelmed. If you happen to find yourself at this kind of moment right now, then it’s time to refocus yourself through some simple, tangible steps that will help orient your life once again and give you back control. Here’s how to get started!
A surrealist art work which questions the moral, political, economic, religious, and ecological values of the western world.
If you are a young first time homeowner, you will soon want to have guests come to visit your new home. When we invite someone into our living spaces, we often tell them to make themselves ‘at home.’ But as a host, there are steps you can take to make that process easier on your guests.
I know I’m not alone when I say this year, 2020, has given me the ride of my life. It has been long for everyone for a variety of reasons. A global pandemic, industries crashing, unemployment skyrocketing and now extreme wildfires in the West of the States (where I happen to be located). Thankfully the world wasn’t completely on fire when I had the best worst week of my life.
I remember my dad working countless hours on the fish farm. Because of his work ethic, he had to miss many occasions that were important to me. I coined a phrase to try to change his mind: “Of course you have to go to work. The fish don’t know it’s my birthday.” I wanted him to feel guilty.
Inspired by New Zealand’s scenery, facial silhouettes are used to create a personalized landscape. The viewer initially sees an abstract landscape, with mountains fading away from the foreground. Wait a few seconds and ask them to tilt their heads and then they will see something quite different…