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Solomon Walker
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Juried Competition to be Published in the Special Art & Beyond Online Magazine.Deadline June 3, 2015.To apply go to http://www.artandbeyondpublications.com/nude-competition/
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Build your own smartwatch with Blocks, the Project Ara of wearables.

Can't find a classy smartwatch with all the features you really want? No problem, says Blocks Wearables. Build one instead.

The base model of the modular smartwatch comes with a circular display and runs on a slightly modified version of Google's Android 5.0 Lollipop (though it'll work in conjunction with both Android and Apple's iOS phones), powered by a Qualcomm Snapdragon 400 chipset. Baked-in GPS, Wi-Fi and Bluetooth means you'll be able to view smartphone notifications and track your fitness. You can also bark out voice commands.
The modular smartwatch design lets you add extra battery life, GPS, NFC payments and more to your wearable.
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Qatar has launched an international competition to find an architect to build what it's calling the Art Mill—a vast flour mill and its grain silos—into an art complex that will house the growing collections of the country’s museums, according to the Art Newspaper’s Javier Pes. A conservation center and museum storage, as well as education, conference, and event space, will also be part of the project. According to the competition brief, the Art Mill will measure over 800,000 square feet.
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FineArt Baryta Satin - A warmtone barite fineart inkjet paper with subtle glow
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This week in art news: The Suicide Girls sell their Instagram prints for charity in response to Richard Prince's appropriation of their posts, Maya Angelou's art collection heads to auction, and ar...
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The artist had her first sale at the age of 89. In her 90s, her work became part of the permanent collections of MoMA, the Hirshhorn, and Tate Modern. After 60 years of honing and practicing her craft, creating brilliantly-colored and ever more minimal and pure geometric abstractions, Herrera is finally receiving her due in critical, institutional and collecting circles alike (see Imi Knoebel, Marianne Vitale, and Carmen Herrera Among Robust Sales at Armory Show 2014 and Sales Heat Up at Frieze New York).
Carmen Herrera's first sale was at 89 years old. At 100, the Cuban-born, Manhattan-based artist is still going strong.
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Adobe has had its eye on 3D for years, and while 3D creation features have long been part of Photoshop, it's no secret that it is still challenging terrain for designers. Adobe ...
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Havana, Cuba's capital and today one to the 7 Wonder Cities of the world come to life like never before. The city is dressed with a unique blend of Taste, Sights and Sounds, Art and Culture and lots more. The Havana Art Biennial Tour is a 7 day journey of spectacular performances throughout the ...
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The Bass Museum of Art will give the Black Archives History and Research Foundation of South Florida a gift of almost 400 works of art by Miami artist Purvis Young. Young is represented in the collection of the Smithsonian Institute, the Corcoran Gallery of Art, the High Museum of Art, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. He was a self-taught artist whose paintings depicted scenes from African-American and urban life.
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It’s not fair to call the entire art world a private club, but “clubby” is at least an accurate description of it, so much so that a sub-economy has sprung up in the last five years in order to provide outsiders with “access” to this apparently mysterious underworld. Artsy, “a resource for art collection and education,” has a “mission” “to make all the world’s art accessible to anyone with an Internet connection.” Paddle8, “the auction house for the 21st-century collector,” gives “a global community of passionate collectors unprecedented access to online auctions of high-caliber inventory.” Artspace wants “to make it easy for you to discover and collect fine art from renowned artists, galleries, and cultural institutions worldwide,” and subscribers to its newsletter “instantly gain” “insider access to special offers and private art events.”
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Daily Hundred users have earned over $35,000 since we launched! We love rewarding our users for their valuable actions and look forward to hitting $100,000 in total payouts very soon!
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Introduction
Solomon Walker is a Professional Artist and Photographer who has been drawing and painting since the age of 11. He creates “fine art” from emotions and philosophy. His work is influenced and inspired by various aspects of life, of living, and a whole host of worldly issues. His formal artistic education took him through technical schools, workshops and personal tutorship. His specialized training includes Anatomy, Sculpture, Portraiture, Graphics Design and Print Making, Illustration, Computer Graphics, Painting, Drawing, Typography, Fashion design, Photography and Video-graphy. His artistic influences include Realism, Abstract Expressionism, Cubism, Conceptual, Dadaism, plus other modernist art movements. In creating his unique pieces, Solomon likes to work in a blend of abstracts and conceptual forms, arriving at a final look that is truly his own.

Solomon has been awarded for his work in both fine art and photography and, his work can be found displayed on various online art and photo galleries.


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CEO, Museum of Digital Fine Arts (MoDFA)
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drawing, painting, photography, illustration, sculpture, computers, photoshop, graphics art, business, management, writing, editing, social media
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  • Museum of Digital Fine Arts
    CEO, present
    The Founder and Principle of the Museum of Digital Fine Arts, which spotlight and showcases established and emerging artists and photographers along with their incredible work in monthly exhibitions. Solomon's duties encompass management, curating, marketing, writing, social media, talent search, and much more.
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F21 Thread Screen
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Forever 21 created a massive display made of 6,400 spools of thread. Use #F21ThreadScreen on an Instagram and try it out.

Adobe MAX 2015. The Creativity Conference of the Year.
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Creative Leaders, designers, film and video pros, tech and business strategists, photographers and more – everyone at MAX is focused on buil

Every startup has a "Brand Debt" – make sure you know yours | Design Indaba
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Jim Bull, the co-founder and chief creative officer of Moving Brands, asks: “How early do startups need to think about their brand?”

From Duchamp to Hipsters, the Art of Selling Air
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Are you tired of your local air? If so, a bag of atmospheric gases from Williamsburg, Brooklyn, could be yours if you have thousands of doll

The ARTnews 200 Top Collectors: An Introduction | ARTnews
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The following article is part of ARTnews' annual coverage of collecting practices in the art market, anchored by the 200 Top Collectors list

It Takes One to Know One: Why Artists Make Ideal Collectors | ARTnews
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The following article is part of ARTnews' annual coverage of collecting practices in the art market, anchored by the 200 Top Collectors list

Must-See Art Guide: Hamptons Art Fairs and Gallery Shows
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This week's guide includes Bernie Taupin, Mia Fonssagrives-Solow, and more.

‘What You See Is What You See’: Donald Judd and Frank Stella on the End ...
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Frank Stella, Damascus Gate: Variation 1, 1969–70, acrylic on canvas.MARTIN P. BÜHLER/KUNSTMUSEUM BASEL Frank Stella and Donald Judd are bot

Creative Quarterly: The Journal of Art & Design - Creative Quarterly...
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What Inpsires U? We hold quarterly competition and you can submit your work to be judged and printed in our magazine. Art, Graphic Design, I

A Gallery Grows In the Galeries: The Grandest Shopping Center in Paris T...
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‘Public financing is decreasing, budgets are low, so it’s our role to support art,’ says the director of Galeries Lafayette's art space

Staring Back: 400 Years of Portraits at the Morgan
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Life Lines: Portrait Drawings from Dürer to Picasso at the Morgan Library & Museum may not venture very far beyond canonical European artist

A Print Publication About Art and The Internet: Lauren Cornell and Ed Ha...
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Petra Cortright, VVebcam, 2007. This November, the New Museum and MIT Press will kick off a new series of critical anthologies with Mass Eff

A 19th-Century Paper Mill Transformed into a Space for Art
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PLAINWELL, Mich. — In Sarah Lindley's current installation at the historic Plainwell Paper Mill Company in southwestern Michigan, she traces

Geek Out V2: The Worlds Most Powerful Compact Amp | Indiegogo
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Pre-order Geek Out V2 for $235, 20% off the MSRP of $299, until June 30th. Units are SHIPPING NOW. | Crowdfunding is a democratic way to sup

Japanese Paper Art Could Lead to Bending and Folding Electronics
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LG’s G Flex phones are mostly known for their ability to bend slightly under pressure, but someday our mobile devices could be completely ro

Rethinking American Indian Influence on Bushwick Art
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My recent article on Bushwick Open Studios for Hyperallergic tried to discuss the influence of American Indian spirituality on the new age s

The 50-Inch Gallery: New Startup Depict Wants to be the ‘iTunes for Art’...
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The view of Depict: Universal Everything's Portrait, left, and Chris Doyle's In The Labyrinth. The start-up world is all about contextual on

A Century of Indigenous Printmaking in North America
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OKLAHOMA CITY — With nearly 100 prints from artists around North America, Enter the Matrix: Indigenous Printmakers at the University of Okla

Just don’t call us Afrofuturist | Design Indaba
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Tegan Bristow, the curator behind the Goodman Gallery's "Post African Futures" exhibition, is on a mission to discover Africa's many culture

always a family hot-spot for many generations, Ontario Place provides folks from all-walks-of-life the opportunity to get out and enjoy the blissful sun-drenched days of summer at the edge of the lake in beautiful city of Toronto...with live concerts in the open-air, boat rides, picnics, water rides, food and entertainment of all variety, it's a place you can escape to and never want to ever leave!
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just a stone throw from ritzy Yorkville, the Design Exchange a great place to visit and take in amazing design inspirations from designers of all specialization right in the heart of beautiful Toronto, Canada.
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amazing place, especially for children, but, adults will definitely enjoy it too. and although it's not in the rush of the city, it's only a short ride from the exciting entertainment venues at Yonge/Eglington. A great place year-round!
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with old world elegance and charm, this beautiful theatre center is a fabulous spot in the heart of the beautiful city of Toronto, Canada.
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a wonderful place for curious and creative folks, situated right in the heart of the city, and just across the street from the ROM (near Avenue Rd. & Bloor St.).
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a mainstay in the heart of the bustling city of Toronto, AGO is a fabulous was place to spent time viewing art masterpieces and other cultural treasures from the past and the present too.
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just a really awesome spot in the beautiful cosmopolitan city of Toronto. For year-round fun, it's hard to think of spending your urban moments any place else than at the lovely Harbourfront Centre and surround area.
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