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English people have made an art out of planting flowers and growing public natural gardens – and I am about to tell you a few amazing aspects of the English gardens.
Using a monetization platform is a must for any content creator these days. In this increasingly digital age that we live in, the Internet is an invaluable tool for creatives seeking to gain a platform. Whether you are a visual artist, a musician, a writer, a podcaster, a video essayist or any other sort of creative, if you are seeking to monetize your passion, you might want to look into one of the following online monetization platforms.
Ah, British Literature! From Chaucer and Shakespeare to George Orwell and Samuel Beckett things changed. Let's see how and why they changed!
What is postmodernism? And why it's such an interesting movement? Well, it all depends on the perspective, but allow me to briefly present it to you!
Modigliani was a remarkable artist who influenced the style of many artists, including the style of Pablo Picasso.
You might already know about NFTs and how they have seen a boom in popularity in the digital art world in particular. Many people participating in this trend claim that NFTs help artists become financially secure and grant them control over their own work, but the matter of fact is that the drawbacks of NFTs outweigh any possible benefits they may have by far.
Sin is a movie you have never heard about. It is a Russian-Italian collaboration that will leave you with some questions about Michelangelo. Warning: it gets emotional and personal.
Another article about webtoons? Yes, sir! New series are waiting for us to read them so let’s (re)discover the vast variety of webtoons!
Watercolor painting is a fun way to relax and express yourself. However, this painting medium is as unpredictable as it is enjoyable! If you’ve been thinking of picking up watercolor and you want to create quality works that you’ll love, you’ll need to know a few things first.
In a previous article, I talked about the signs of creative burnout, more commonly referred to as art block - phases when you just can't bring yourself to create art no matter what, or when creating art simply doesn't spark joy like it used to. If you have come to the conclusion that you are in an artistic slump, don't fret - there are things you can do to respark your creativity and get back to making art.