• Standing Against Stereotypes – The Young Artists of Pakistan

    Standing Against Stereotypes – The Young Artists of Pakistan

    Regardless of the infamous terror and bomb threats, the
    youngsters of Pakistan, Lahore, continue to express, and voice their freedom of
    speech. The city …

  • Women Who Used Self-Portraits to Transform The World

    Women Who Used Self-Portraits to Transform The World

    They say that pictures are worth a thousand words. The
    saying is apt as there can be many thoughts and emotions that at times, …

  • Shepard Fairey Projects Women Empowerment Through New Mural

    Shepard Fairey Projects Women Empowerment Through New Mural

    Known for his campaign poster of Barrack Obama’s, “Hope,” Shepard
    Fairey is a contemporary street artist. Born on February 15, 1970, Fairey is
    also a …

  • Cartoon Artist Targets The Art World

    As a simple illustrated piece of art, a cartoon shows many essential features to its reader. Be it with a simple color or the way that a character is portrayed, …

  • An Exhibition on Instagram By The Bass Museum

    Traditionally for individuals to view and appreciate art,
    people have to visit museums and galleries that feature them. Although
    textbooks or art books may be an alternative to people who have not …

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  • Standing Against Stereotypes – The Young Artists of Pakistan

    Standing Against Stereotypes – The Young Artists of Pakistan Regardless of the infamous terror and bomb threats, the youngsters of Pakistan, Lahore, continue to express, and voice their freedom of speech. The city of Lahore, which is the capital of Pakistan for more than a century, has attracted people from around the world. Matthieu Paley …

  • Women Who Used Self-Portraits to Transform The World

    Women Who Used Self-Portraits to Transform The World They say that pictures are worth a thousand words. The saying is apt as there can be many thoughts and emotions that at times, cannot be adequately expressed or captured in language. However, aside from being beautiful, artworks like paintings and photographs can also be created …

  • Shepard Fairey Projects Women Empowerment Through New Mural

    Shepard Fairey Projects Women Empowerment Through New Mural Known for his campaign poster of Barrack Obama’s, “Hope,” Shepard Fairey is a contemporary street artist. Born on February 15, 1970, Fairey is also a well accomplished graphic designer as well as an activist and illustrator. He has also attended the Rhode Island School of Design. …

  • Cartoon Artist Targets The Art World

    As a simple illustrated piece of art, a cartoon shows many essential features to its reader. Be it with a simple color or the way that a character is portrayed, each cartoon is different and sends different messages to the viewer. Although cartoons are supposedly for children, they can be …

  • An Exhibition on Instagram By The Bass Museum

    Traditionally for individuals to view and appreciate art, people have to visit museums and galleries that feature them. Although textbooks or art books may be an alternative to people who have not the time or finances to visit museums, many would still argue that seeing the artwork live is an irreplaceable experience. Making an artwork …