Sixteenth Century Fashion

20 Jul 19
timalderman

APOLOGY: This is my second post of this blog…tidied up and re-edited. The first post had dot-points all over the place, and I have no reason why! Nothing I do gets rid of them, and the post just got messier and messier. The only way to fix the problem was to redo the entire post. […]

19 Jul 19
The Regency Redingote

It was the English who first liberated furniture from the walls of their rooms. However, by the time the Prince of Wales became Regent, most people in other countries, both on the Continent and in America, had done the same. Nevertheless, there were at least a few people who lived in Britain during our favorite […]

18 Jul 19
Maker Ed(ucation)

Chateau Sobre Fontainebleau: Attractive Themes 16th Century Beautification at the Chateau de Fontainebleau The beautification at Fontainebleau, the superieur hunting resort of Francois I, was initially led simply by Rosso Fiorentino in 1530. In 1532 Rosso was joined by Francesco Anticipato, who held the position regarding first worth at Fontainebleau after the demise of Rosso […]

18 Jul 19
MoniqSales

After the once innovative concept of cross-brand fashion collaborations exploded at the start of the new millennium, it was only a matter of time before the hospitality and travel industry wanted to intervene. The traditional clothing brand formula "X" meets the clothing brand "Y" eventually led to more unconventional partnerships, opening the door to categories […]

18 Jul 19
News Bakerrs

Ted Steinberg | American Green | W. W. Norton & Company | March 2006 | 43 minutes (7,070 words)   Although there are plenty of irrational aspects to life in modern America, few rival the odd fixation on lawns. Fertilizing, mowing, watering — these are all-American activities that, on their face, seem reasonable enough. But […]

18 Jul 19
Outside The Know

Ted Steinberg | American Green | W. W. Norton & Company | March 2006 | 43 minutes (7,070 words)   Although there are plenty of irrational aspects to life in modern America, few rival the odd fixation on lawns. Fertilizing, mowing, watering — these are all-American activities that, on their face, seem reasonable enough. But […]

18 Jul 19
BiblioMarket

Ted Steinberg | American Green | W. W. Norton & Company | March 2006 | 43 minutes (7,070 words)   Although there are plenty of irrational aspects to life in modern America, few rival the odd fixation on lawns. Fertilizing, mowing, watering — these are all-American activities that, on their face, seem reasonable enough. But […]

18 Jul 19
Longreads

How did the plain green lawn become the central landscaping feature in America, and what is the ecological cost?

16 Jul 19
Marshall McLuhan & Gutenberg

Living in an Acoustic World Veja em Português Before you hear or read what McLuhan has to say, take a look at this summary: (Bear in mind that all that is kind of frame or theory to explain why The medium is the message which, as it was said previously better understood with a practical […]

10 Jul 19
Kid List

By Rae Carson Published: 2011 AR level: 5.0 AR points: 15.0 I suggest 7th through 12th grade. I think this particular book popped up on my library recommended reads. I have read a great deal of teen fantasy, but because I was working on a manuscript of my own, I was trying to discover more […]

09 Jul 19
Bookish Connoisseur

Happy new release Tuesday!! It’s a new week and that means new books! Check out Part I below and watch for Part II later today! Wilder Girls by Rory Power Links: Goodreads | Amazon* | Book Depository* Synopsis: It’s been eighteen months since the Raxter School for Girls was put under quarantine. Since the Tox hit […]

09 Jul 19
Suzanne Conboy-Hill - Drawing 1

Introduction Colour theory has to do with both the science and biology of colour perception (by humans), and the psychology of it – what minds make of the information they receive. The originators, Goethe and Chevreul in the 19th century, seemingly coming to it from quite different perspectives, provided the working principles by which artists […]

08 Jul 19
Shoes and Feet

    The word shoe (scoe) is Anglo-Saxon, meaning ‘to cover furtively,’ and according to Rossi (1993) this is not in a protective sense but rather to hide an erogenous zone. Body parts play a key role in non verbal communication and may be decoded as cortically meaningful (Givens, 2002). Simply put shoes outwardly represent […]

08 Jul 19
Conboyhillpainting

Introduction Colour theory has to do with both the science and biology of colour perception (by humans), and the psychology of it – what minds make of the information they receive. The originators, Goethe and Chevreul in the 19th century, seemingly coming to it from quite different perspectives, provided the working principles by which artists […]