Neoclassics

24 Apr 19
The expert blog 7074

The Sickest Showroom In The North East There was this incredibly sloppy, incredibly shaggy, blonde-haired kid in my first grade class named Kurt who invested the entire day drawing superheroes on yellow building paper with brown and red crayons. Despite what our project was, he was all like, "F#$% this. I'm gon na draw superheroes." […]

24 Apr 19
Square Feet

Several of the larger ice moons of Jupiter and Saturn – most notably Europa, Ganymede and Enceladus – are believed to have liquid water oceans beneath their icy surfaces, kept liquid by tidal friction heating due to the moons’ orbits around their mother planets. So my question is, what about Krysto, LEGO’s own Ice Planet? […]

24 Apr 19
The expert blog 7074

The Sickest Display Room In The North East There was this super careless, super shaggy, blonde-haired kid in my very first grade class named Kurt who spent the entire day drawing superheroes on yellow construction paper with brown and red crayons. No matter what our project was, he was all like, "F#$% this. I'm gon […]

23 Apr 19
The Robbi Route

Monday, April 22, 2019 I totally stole this from the website, ultreyatours.com. It’s good information that I thought would be difficult to summarize, and I was just tired! “Santiago de Compostela is often referred to as a large village built around a beautiful Cathedral. When walking around the Old walled town and arriving into any […]

22 Apr 19
Universe Rescue Kathy Foshay WPC.WP.c

The invisible warfare gave me the deathly slug-pneumonia again and I can barely see, walk or feed myself, lack of appetite exacerbated by lack of stores I can get snail-pace toddled to. Now they’re giving me nausea of I might have to leave even earlier than I’d thought. Last night they did all kinds of […]

20 Apr 19
My smart blog 2184

The Sickest Display Room In The North East There was this very sloppy, incredibly shaggy, blonde-haired kid in my very first grade class named Kurt who spent the whole day drawing superheroes on yellow building and construction paper with brown and red crayons. Regardless of what our assignment was, he was all like, "F#$% this. […]

16 Apr 19
APSA MENA POLITICS

Morten Valbjørn, Aarhus University This is part of the MENA Politics Newsletter, Volume 2, Issue 1, Spring 2019. Download the PDF of this piece here and the full issue here. Identity politics traditionally has figured prominently in the study of the international relations of the Middle East, a region famously described as “dripping with identity politics.”[1] […]

16 Apr 19
SILVIA TAVARES

The Bauhaus is completing 100 years this April and there is plenty around in celebration of this amazing School which influenced so much the arts, architecture, design, urbanism and so many other professions.

15 Apr 19
milehimodern

Golden Triangle

12 Apr 19
Skipper My Boat Magazine

The Caribbean is a treasure trove of things that you can do and see as it is filled with lots of magnificent destinations that you can explore. Combining adventure with relaxation, it is rich in history, mouth-watering cuisines, luxury hotels, hiking trails, budget backpacker, there is always something for every type of traveler. But if […]

12 Apr 19
Rebecca Baum

Gesture Drawing Summary Over the last 12 weeks or so, I have had to do weekly gesture drawings. In the beginning, it was 35 a week but became 5 detailed a week after week 6. This constant practice of drawing was supposed to help us understand the human figure better. In addition to this, I […]

10 Apr 19
Dezign Ark (Beta)

Atheneum Apartment ​•The apartment is located in Bucharest, a city of the past, coming to grips with the inevitable collision of contemporary developments. The apartment is a renovation of a 19th-century space, located in the cultural center, in a neighborhood surrounded by eclectic, neoclassic and modern architecture. Prior to the project, the building was completely without decorative architectural features…

10 Apr 19
Musafir Hoon Yaaro

About Albufeira: Albufeira is a city in the Faro District of the Algarve Region, in southernmost Portugal. It is a main tourist destination, due to its coastal location. The name originated from the Arab Al-buhera, which means castle of the sea, owing to its location along the coast, or the alternately Al-Buħayra, for the lagoon, in reference to the lagoon that formed in the lowlands. […]