Reaching for the Sky Vol.01 the Beginning.
Original Story from DA + Extra Hentai Shower Scene, Nee X Kian.
Total Pages 75.
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Lorna Russell: known by heart, is a catalogue that was produced in conjunction with the exhibition of the same name that ran from October 5 - 24, 2013 at The Gallery/art placement inc., a commercial... More > art gallery in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, Canada.< Less
This chicano art coloring book is 52 pages and examines neo-mayan,neo-aztec,neo-chicano glyphs. It is for both children and adults alike. This meditative work allows the viewer to explore visual... More > metaphors that draw from what sometimes gets deemed as "lost cultures" and become inspired to create new visions for the next seven generations. Centered around the reality that these images and cultures are here and now and continue to thrive. FOR BULK ORDERS PLEASE CONTACT AUTHOR at firstname.lastname@example.org< Less
Steampunk is merging the audacity of punk with the optimism of human potential. It encourages us to believe that the world can and is made better this moment, and the next, by the conscious choices... More > of the individual. A blend of post-modern and tribal, ancient and contemporary, traditional and subcultural... the Steampunk Tarot is a navigational beacon in a dark and difficult time of change and transformation... it will build a rusty metal bridge to the edge of your subconscious.< Less
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No other book contains such an in depth look at what we popularly call ‘bellydance’. Country by country, region by region, Morocco breaks... More > down customs, dances, rhythms and folklore while answering common questions and addressing major misconceptions about the world of Oriental dance. ‘You Asked Aunt Rocky’ is the definitive text book for the study of Raqs Sharqi and Raqs Shaabi. Informative enough for any scholarly study of the subject, yet written for those who love the dance, this great tome is a treasure and an asset to any collection on the arts of North Africa, Asia Minor and the Middle East.< Less
The basic elements of music are surveyed and examined in the music literature of western civilization, particularly from the ancient world to the present. It focuses on the characteristic styles of... More > major historical periods, and the lives and works of key composers within the Western musical tradition. The emphasis of this book is on learning to listen to music and on the role it plays within the wider contexts of history and society.< Less
My ARTOBIOGRAPHY takes the reader through a rich life from Alan Soffer's beginnings in the cradle. Growing up as a sports addict and continuing to his work as a Dentist, which is depicted at some... More > length for its importance. But especially for the important work that began with his study of ancient Dentistry and the five years of art about this concept. Moving from Ceramic sculpture to abstract expressionist painter seemlessly. Along the way, creating the first national conference on the subject of Encaustics. Pushing the subject to a new level and continuing his fascination with its beauty to this day.< Less
116 graphics from a gifted automatist. - "In the book's colour fields as well as its black and white counterparts, one feels the original force of an optic tornado, of an apparitional... More > calligraphy entwining itself inside one's neural ore." - From the foreword by Will Alexander< Less
Over two millennia in the making, the release of the fledgling edition of the Sagittal Songbook is without question a major galactic event in the tiny universe of microtonal notation.
Sagittal, an... More > elegant, elaborate system of arrow-shaped accidentals conceived by the gods and designed with the intent of enabling mortals to notate music in any imaginable variety of intonation, is put to the test against actual music in this book, which features 48 vocal pieces written by 15 different composers in tunings ranging from the benign 5-limit just intonation to the exotic Bohlen-Pierce scale.
"I wanted to see what a bunch of scores would look like in Sagittal," says Jacob Barton, who compiled the book and composed six of the songs. "I also wanted to take some weight off people getting into xenharmonic music, to give it a friendly face."
The Songbook includes everything from solos to full ensembles, from one-line mnemonics to full-blown arias and "spiral canons" which transpose indefinitely.< Less
Throughout her life, Catholic artist Mary Reardon (1912-2002) created works of art that celebrate the Catholic Church and its teachings. Most significantly, she contributed mosaic designs for two... More > important cathedrals, the Cathedral of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington, DC and the Cathedral of St. Louis in St. Louis, Missouri. In this catalog, a compilation of essays by Emmanuel College undergraduates, these two large scale projects are examined, as are three additional projects by Reardon in which the Catholic tradition is her focus.< Less
Mapping Spectral Traces is a trans-disciplinary, international group of scholars, practitioners, community leaders and artists who work with and in traumatized communities, contested lands and... More > diverse environments. As part of a commitment to socially engaged creative practice, network members have worked collaboratively and individually on projects that ‘map’ the unseen and unacknowledged difficult pasts that continue to structure present-day social relations. Acknowledging and addressing this emotive layer of the present and the past in contemporary life – in our cities, landscapes, and in ourselves – is a primary concern of this network. Through workshops, exhibitions, presentations, excursions, poster sessions and other forms of exchange, we have engaged in place-based social justice agendas in different parts of the world.< Less
The catalogue of the exhibition, "As They Like It: Chicago Artists Interpret Shakespeare," shown at the Bowling Green State University Fine Arts Center in the Willard Wankelman Gallery from... More > October 24 through November 22, 2013. The exhibit included works by 46 artists in a variety of media and styles, curated by BGSU alumna Anne Farley Gaines.< Less
Sublime Creatures: The Human-Animal Hybrids of Hunter Clarke
Collects the bestial portraiture exhibited at the Delaware Center for Contemporary Art (DCCA) in the Beckler Family Members' Gallery from... More > November 16, 2013 - March 9, 2014.
Clarke’s paintings portray hybrid animal-human figures as commanding, pregnant beings. Ranging from canvasses to works on paper, the exhibition evokes ideas of physical and spiritual transformation.< Less
This is a 8.5" by 11" full color, desktop weekly calendar. Each week features a nature photograph that was taken by Michael Fuchs (www.michaelfuchsphotography.com). The calendar is spiral... More > bound to lay flat on a table or desk.< Less
We often use categories to quickly describe and understand each other; these categories carry expectations and limitations. The life of an "architecture student," for example, is expected... More > to revolve around various assigned projects. But, where are the opportunities for reflection and independent exploration? Can a student be defined by more than their assignments? These are questions that drive our team.
In this second semester of existence, we challenged our peers to investigate unique interests beyond assigned projects. The results were refreshing. This is a collection of these investigations by students, and one professor, from UNC Charlotte's School of Architecture. By publishing this record of investigations, we hope to inspire other students to share their hidden interests with the world!< Less
A compilation of student work from the Graduate School of Design at Harvard University. The work is the combined efforts of first year Master of Architecture in Urban Design candidates in their core... More > studio. The studio's focus investigated the two ends of the Lincoln Tunnel connecting New Jersey to Manhattan. The two sites under investigation were the Port Authority Bus Terminal in Manhattan and the Helix in Weehawken, New Jersey.< Less
"Let's start with the most important piece, yes?"
A janitor at a high-club strip club, featuring cybernetically altered ladies, discovers that he should've read the fine print when he's... More > chosen to replace one of them. Now he needs to find a way to deal with this sudden promotion in this 20 page story from blackshirtboy.com!< Less