Top Reasons To Hire a Video Production Company

Video production is one of the best ways in which business struggles, potential, strategies, clients, target markets, vision and mission can be presented in an entertaining and a highly engaging manner. The final editing and production of a video is a key element to its success. A well-produced video has the potential to describe and […]

Teardrop Piercing And How To Get One

Are you ready to get pierced again? Well, why not try the teardrop pierce? If you are feeling bold and you want something different when it comes to body piercing, you might want to try teardrop piercing. This piercing got its name because the pierced section is situated right atop the apples of your cheeks, […]

3rdBorn Clothing

The man behind 3rdBorn; Artist / Designer David Eagles learnt the ropes during a 9 year stint at Quicksilver where he designed clothing for the surf wear behemoth. Now staying in Bali, the Australian draws inspiration from his new home for his clothing designs. David started putting out tees under the 3rdborn label in the […]

Celtic Swastika

The word swastika is derived from the Sanskrit svastika. Its design is made up of an equilateral cross with its arms bent at right angles facing either to the right or to the left. Archaeological evidence points to the swastika’s origins dating back to Neolithic era and was first found on the Indian subcontinent where […]

The Hand Colored Photography of William James Harris

Interest in early 20th c. hand-colored photographs by “Harris” has been increasing in recent years, especially in Harris’s Florida scenes. Yet I’ll wager that most collectors don’t even know Harris’s first name, let alone anything about his background. We had no information on Harris ourselves until several years ago when we mentioned Harris in a […]

Blobitecture – Blob Architecture

Blobitecture, also called “blob architecture” or “blobism”, refers to modern buildings with an amorphous, blob-like shape. “Blobitecture” is a term actually coined by New York Times Magazine writer William Safire, who used it to sardonically describe the sudden rise of amoeba-like buildings. Contrary to his intention, architects happily adopted “blobitecture” to describe a new and […]

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