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Tattoo Artist Nikko Hurtado

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Nikko Hurtado was born in the San Fernado Valley in 1981. Son of a Mexican welder and a Hispanic homemaker, Nikko grew up in the high desert drawing cartoons and characters for fun.

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Pas mon truc. Juste pour les terreurs nocturnes

Music, Illustration, Street Art, Cinéma, Design, Photography and more
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Winnie Truong

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Winnie Truong lives and works in Toronto where she received her BFA from OCAD University. Working exclusively in pencil crayon, Truong’s practice continues to explore the possibilities of large-scale drawing and the expressiveness of hair as subject in her art. Truong has been featured in numerous art publications, blogs, and magazines. Her work can be seen in the N.Y times, the cover of Hi-Fructose Magazine and in Walk The Line : Art of Drawing. Her work is in the collection of the Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art in KA, and Doris McCarthy Gallery at the University of Toronto. She has exhibited in international group and solo shows in Toronto, Copenhagen, New York and Los Angeles, and has been featured Volta fair N.Y.

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Jean-François Zygel

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Composer and pianist improviser, Victoire de la Musique 2006, Jean-François Zygel renews the classic concert by opening him to the improvisation, to the jazz, to the musics of the world, to the theater and to the dance. In 1982, he wins the First prize of the International Competition of improvisation in the piano of the City of Lyon. He is appointed a professor of orchestration to the CNSM of Lyon then professor of writing and improvisation in the CNSM of Paris.

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Bon Ton Cafe

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The flickering gas lights and canvas canopy that announce the entrance to the Bon Ton Café are the first hints to an experience in dining that has almost vanished in our fast-paced lives. Housed in the historical 1840’s Natchez building, within earshot of boat whistles on the Mississippi, its checkered red and white tablecloths, wrought-iron chandeliers and soft-brick walls create an atmosphere to enjoy Cajun food prepared stylishly from original family recipes. Combined with the down-home friendliness of the staff, dining at the Bon Ton often becomes an event long-remembered. Originally opened in the early 1900’s, it has long been a favorite of local dining connoisseurs. After a brief recess, Al and Alzina Pierce came to New Orleans in the early 1950’s from their home along the bayous of South Louisiana and reopened the Bon Ton. With them came recipes that their families had created while living deep in the Cajun country of Lafourche and Terrebonne Parishes.
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Sound Pasta

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About us SoundPasta is an ultimate go-to forum for all celeb and lifestyle related news and write-ups.

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Deborah Wecselman Design

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Deborah was born in Lima Peru and completed her BFA in Environmental Design from Parson’s School of Design. Deborah’s formal training came when she began her career as a design associate in the store development department of Ralph Lauren. During her time at Polo Ralph Lauren, she was a senior Director of International store design responsible for the creation of more than 5000 shop in shops and stores internationally where she worked with many of New York’s finest designers around the world. In 2000 Deborah established DWD, Inc to provide clients with interior and architectural design of the highest quality.
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Tarisio

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arisio holds eights auctions each year from New York and London. For each sale a complete catalog is published on the internet shortly before the sale, including detailed photographs and descriptions of every item.

There is a public viewing before each sale. Potential buyers are also welcome to arrange appointments to view specific items in the Tarisio offices. The sales are held online, allowing buyers the flexibility and privacy of bidding from their own computers. Bidding is easy and it’s quick to register. Tarisio’s sales have included instruments by makers such as Stradivari, Guadagnini, Amati, Guarneri, Gagliano, Balestrieri, Bisiach, Camilli, Ceruti, Fagnola, Grancino, Landolfi, Storioni, Scarampella and Vuillaume to name a few. Bows have included examples by Tourte, Sartory, Peccatte, Fetique, Lamy, Maline and Pajeot.

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Vic Harris

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Vic Harris, retired psychiatrist with no art training {contemporary realism artist male head bearded man face portrait oil painting

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Glasgow Film

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What began as a single screen cinema over 40 years ago has become Scotland’s most diverse and best publicly attended independent cinema in Scotland, with Glasgow Film Festival one of the top three film festivals in the UK. Glasgow Film is a national centre for film and moving image media where audiences and filmmakers experience and debate cultural practice and ideas through diverse, unique and quality programmes that transform the way people see the world, through film.

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Joebot

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After graduating from Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA. Joey moved up to the Bay Area to work on the concept art team for the Warner Bros. film, The Polar Express. After that wonderful experience he moved into the video game industry where he did freelance work for Telltale games, and went to work full-time for Mind-Control Software (RIP), and then to Electronic Arts. Joey worked as a concept artist on "The Simpsons Game", "Dead Space", and "The Sims 3".  He now is a regular artist at Gallery 1988 in Los Angeles, as well as Teefury.com. He have created licensed artwork for Marvel, Dr. Horrible, Ghostbusters, Adventure Time, and a few other awesome things!

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Black Rock Studios 

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Black Rock is a combination luxury villa and world class recording studio, located on the magnificent Greek island of Santorini . Built in a style that combines modern and traditional Cycladic architecture. Black Rock blends perfectly with the Aegean landscape. A heaven of inspiration and tranquility between sea and sun, offering a breathtaking panoramic view of the Aegean sea, and the volcanic islands.

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Debra Hurd 

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Internationally acclaimed artist Debra Hurd studied art at both Southern University in Chattanooga, Tennessee and the Ringling School of Art and Design in Sarasota, Florida. For 15 years she was a graphic designer in Florida and Austin, Texas. She is also an accomplished pianist, having studied music since early childhood. Debra's wild boogie-woogie and honky-tonk style still finds her in the recording studios and at live performances in Austin. She loves jazz, classical, and salsa styles, too. As a painter, Debra is famous for her insightful paintings of animals, her vivid city scenes and her passionate and perceptive depictions of jazz, rock, and blues musicians. Being a musician, she has both a great respect and a feel for the emotions of musicians of the past and present. She works in oils, using a knife to get bold and instant color. She finds the knife to be a great tool of expression. She reaches the observer through the use of dramatic color and texture. Debra explains: A very ordinary scene can be perceived differently when painted with a bit of exaggerated color and awareness of light. The ordinary then becomes the extraordinary. Color is critical. When I'm asked which color is my favorite, I tend to think in terms of which two or three colors I like in combination.

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Connaissance des arts

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To understand better the art of all the periods, the archaeology in the contemporary creation, from the art of gardens to the design and in the architecture, Connaissancedesarts.com gives you the essential marks. (in French)

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Bria Skonberg Quartet - Swing That Music

Canadian singer, trumpeter, and songwriter Bria Skonberg is described by The Wall Street Journal as one of the “most versatile and imposing musicians of her generation.” Recognized as one of “25 for the Future” by DownBeat magazine (Summer 2016), Skonberg is newly signed to Sony Music Masterworks’ OKeh Records, and will release her debut LP, simply titled BRIA, on September 23, 2016. Wielding a unique blend of modern-day pop sensibility and sizzling musicianship, Skonberg aims for a sense of allure on the new collection. She credits producer Matt Pierson with helping her create music that is both curious and exotic, playing with tension and storytelling. Elite jazz chops, artfully mixed with worldly rhythms and contemporary songwriting, result in a sophisticated pop sound closely resembling that of Michael Bublé, Diana Krall, and Harry Connick Jr. Bria’s original tunes include the tango “Curious Game,” the bluesy instrumental “Down in the Deep,” and the Brazilian-flavored “How Can It Be” - a reflection of the sampling era. ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ ​ Photo credit Carolina Palmgren Photo credit John Abbott Noted as a Millennial “Shaking Up the Jazz World,” according to Vanity Fair, Skonberg is a self-described “small town girl” from Chilliwack, British Columbia. She left for Vancouver straight out of high school and earned a degree in Jazz Trumpet Performance from Capilano University. But even as she absorbed the deep knowledge and disciplined work habits needed for a jazz career, she was also hustling hard to book her two bands. While in university she juggled working every weekend, traveling to festivals and shows, plus cramming in schoolwork - all while on the road. ​ When not traveling for her own gigs, she was building up her stage-show chops with Dal Richards, Vancouver’s King of Swing. Playing at the 2010 Winter Olympic Games in Vancouver capped off this exciting period, with Bria featured at the Paralympics opening ceremony. In 2012 Bria released So Is The Day (Random Act Records); her first album on a US-based label. That collection showcased a developing flair for original songs with just the right amount of standards mixed in, and also featured a duet with the legendary John Pizzarelli, So Is The Day received rave reviews from critics, drawing comparisons to Norah Jones in The New York Daily News. In 2015, a year after her second album, Into Your Own, was released, Skonberg received the Jazz At Lincoln Center Swing! Award.

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The Photographers' Gallery

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The Photographers' Gallery is the largest public gallery in London dedicated to photography. From the latest emerging talent, to historical archives and established artists, we're the place to see photography in all its forms.

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Festival International des Artistes de rue

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During three days of the Festival, the Street artists Vevey Switzerland, that they come from the whole world or move in neighbors
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Streets Dept

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StreetsDept.com is a Philly-based photo-blog that documents and celebrates street art, graffiti, and urban exploration in and around the city of Philadelphia. Established in January of 2011 by Founder/Editor Conrad Benner

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Platon

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After working for British Vogue for several years, Platon was invited to NYC to work for the late John Kennedy Jr. and his political magazine, 'George.’ Shooting portraits for a range of international publications including Rolling Stone, the New York Times Magazine, Vanity Fair, Esquire, GQ and the Sunday Times Magazine, Platon developed a special relationship with Time magazine, producing over 20 covers for them. In 2007, he photographed Russian Premier Vladimir Putin for Time Magazine's Person Of The Year cover. This image was awarded 1st prize at the World Press Photo Contest.
Platon's work has been exhibited in galleries and museums both domestically and abroad. He has exhibited in New York at the Matthew Marks Gallery and the Howard Greenberg Gallery, as well as internationally at the Colette Gallery in Paris, France. The New York Historical Society has exhibited a solo show of Platon's Civil Rights photographs, which remain as part of the museum's permanent collection. Other permanent collections holding Platon's photography include The Florida Museum of Photographic Arts in Tampa, Florida and The Westlicht Museum for Photography in Vienna, Austria and the Scotland National Portrait Gallery in Edinburgh. In 2013, Platon founded a non-profit foundation named The People's Portfolio. The foundation aspires to create a visual language that breaks barriers, expands dignity, fights discrimination, and enlists the public to support human rights around the world. He serves as the Creative Director at Large for the Center for Civil and Human Rights in Atlanta, GA. Platon is currently on the board for Arts and Culture at the World Economic Forum and serves as a steward for the Economic Growth and Social Inclusion Initiative.
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Spillers Records, Cardiff

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Spillers was founded in 1894 by Henry Spiller at its original location was in the Queen’s Arcade, Cardiff, where the shop specialised in the sale of phonographs, wax phonograph cylinders and shellac phonograph discs. In the early 1920s, Henry’s son Edward took over the running of the business and, with the aid of the popular accordionist and band leader, Joe Gregory, sold musical instruments alongside the pre-recorded music. In the late 1940s, Henry moved the shop down the road to a larger premises on The Hayes, where it happily thrived until June 2010. Following a major redevelopment of The Hayes (and the inevitable increases in rental prices) Spillers was relocated to 31, The Morgan Arcade and remained there for four and a half years. In January 2015 it relocated to a more suitable and permanent space just around the corner at 27, The Morgan Arcade. Over the years Spillers has seen and supplied many varied types of pre-recorded music. Today we pride ourselves on our diverse selection of music on both compact dics and good old vinyl at very competitive prices. This site is always growing so let us know if you can’t see what you’d like on here, and we’ll add it or get one for you. Spillers in its original location in the Queen’s Arcade, Cardiff:

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Michael Hoppen Gallery

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The Michael Hoppen Gallery is renowned for nurturing the careers of new and interesting artists and exhibiting them alongside acknowledged nineteenth, twentieth and twenty-first century photographic masters. One of the foremost collections of photography in Europe.
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Snap Galleries

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Snap is a commercial retail gallery, and everything you see is for sale. Their customers are a global group of discerning collectors, art lovers and music aficionados who are looking for something special to hang in their homes and offices, and we ship regularly to clients in the UK, US, Europe, Australia and the Far East. They have a deep specialism in the music photographs of the sixties and seventies, and their most popular subjects come from those two decades: Bruce Springsteen, Bob Dylan, David Bowie, The Beatles, The Rolling Stones and Jimi Hendrix. Their remit extends beyond music photography, though, and exhibitions have featured sport, fashion, dance and advertising photography. They also work with artists who produce work in non-photographic media. In November 2011 They launched their publishing arm, Ormond Yard Press, and our first ultra-large-format book, Born To Run Revisited, with photographs by Eric Meola. They publish one or two titles each year under our Ormond Yard Press imprint, always in a spectacular large format

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Omnivore Books 

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Welcome to Omnivore Books on Food featuring new, antiquarian, and collectible books on food and drink. Omnivore connects the past to the present by offering centuries of knowledge on growing, raising, and cooking food. We offer everything from 19th Century agricultural guides to how to start a kitchen garden in a 21st Century apartment.

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peter shire 

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Where craft, fine art, and industrial design collide, Peter Shire has built his career, drawing freely from each area without taking any of it too seriously. He has had forays into architecture, furniture, and fashion, but he keeps returning to ceramics. Like his home and studio in the Los Angeles suburb of Echo Park, clay is one medium he knows he will never leave.
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Sacro Bosco di Bomarzo 

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Bomarzo, a village in Lazio at the foot of Mount Cimino, possesses a unique work, the Villa of Marvels, also called the Sacred Wood or Park of Monsters. lt was designed by Prince Vicino Orsini and the great architect Pirro Ligorio in 1552. The park is unique, even if it belongs to the erudite architectural-naturalistic culture of the second half of the sixteenth century. Refined ltalian style gardens follow geometric and perspective rationality with embellishments such as wide terraces, fountains with water games and mannerist sculptures. On the contrary the learned Prince of Bomarzo dedicated himself to creating an eccentric "wood" having the blocks of peperino emerging from the ground sculpted into enigmatic figures of monsters, dragons, mythological subjects and exotic animals, a crooked house, a funerary temple, fountains, seats and obelisks with carved mottoes and inscriptions. The Sacred Wood is an unusual solution which does not follow sixteenth century usage; the different elements have no perspective relationship between each other and have no coherence or common proportions. Everything is invented with iconological criteria which escape even the most impassioned scholars, a labyrinth of symbols which envelopes anyone who enters. They inspired many artists at the time including Annibal Caro, Bitussi and Cardinal Madruzzo. After the death of Vicino Orsini nobody took charge of the place and it only began to be appreciated by intellectuals and artists such as Claude Lorrain, Johann Wolfgang von Goethe, Salvador Dali, Mario Praz and Maurizio Calvesi after centuries of neglect.

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Audio Media International

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Audio Media International reports the latest news, views and analysis from across the pro-audio industry, via a combination of online, mobile, email and industry events. Audio Media International combines the 25-year heritage of Audio Media with the online strength of Audio Pro International to create the leading technology resource for the pro-audio end user. Editorially we cover the live, studio, broadcast and installation sectors through a combination of exclusive reviews, features, how-tos and opinions. In addition to a monthly print magazine we also deliver a free daily newsletter directly to the inboxes of 30,000 readers. Audio Media International is part of NewBay Media, one of the largest media and information resources covering the AV/pro audio, music, broadcast/video, CE/gaming and education sectors.

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Combo Organ Heaven

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Remember the cheesy combo organs of the late 60's and early 70's? Bands like the Doors, Iron Butterfly, the Animals, the Dave Clark 5, with their small electronic organs and their thin, reedy sounds had a major impact on the music scene. These strange instruments, with their chrome legs, plastic parts, and gaudy colors have fallen out of favor with most "serious" musicians. With the exception of some alternative and retro bands, you just don't see them much any more.
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