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cryptonewmedia.pressAndy Warhol's $5.6 Million Artwork to be Auctioned On Ethereum Blockchain – CoinSpeaker ⋆ Crypto New MediaOn June 20, Ethereum blockchain will host smart contract-based public sale for Andy Warhol’s work with estimated price of $5.6 million. BTC and ETH accepted. The innovative and transformative blockchain technology is discovering its applications in virtually each field like monetary systems, instructional systems, logistics and way more. In yet one more attention-grabbing use-case, later …1
creativitycocktail.comArt Gifts and the Art of Giving |Landscape pictures like this are perfect for everyone, who's too stressed Christmas is almost here and if you've been aimlessly loitering and are now wondering what exactly to give to your beloved ones, we have a few suggestions. Choosing art gifts has a few advantages over let's say a regular hairdryer or a perfume. There's a great variety of them and it would be hard to make a mistake with one. Still, we'll help you in this choice of yours, depending on the person you want to surprise. 7. Pop Art Painting Remember the famous depictions of Marilyn Monroe by Andy Warhol? Well, you don't need to be an art collector or a millionaire to get a similar one. You can even hire a professional to make one of your girlfriend/wife/mistress. 6. Custom Stuffed Toy Every kid loves drawing, especially creatures that don't always correspond to the actual animals. If you want to surprise your offspring, why don't have his favourite depiction turned into a stuffed animal toy? Lofty Littles have the amazing ability to transform every child's picture into an actual plaything. Don't miss them! 5. Magnificent Photo Photos always good on walls - that's a fact! Make sure it's a shot of nature or a city (especially at night) and you won't have your present turned down for sure. It's perfect for teens and college students. 4. Oil painting A 'nature morte' would be much appreciated, if you want to surprise your granny or elderly uncle - younger generations seldom manage to appreciate the oil paintings in the same way. Part of the reason behind this phenomenon is that they perceive it as 'a thing of the past' and would rather receive the photo instead. 3. Car Accessories An accessory or also some artistic depiction on the vehicle, as seen in the photo above, would just drive (get it?) men crazy. They love their cars and any upgrade on them would be a dream come true. However, before any drastic measures, consult them for their opinion - as we said, they might be crazy. 2. Custom drawn T-shirts T-shirts are cooler with comic book panels on them - they always get the attention of everyone in the room! Just make sure you know the right size for sure! 1. Custom Drawn Curtains Needless to say, when you bestow curtains, no matter how original, they should be for your female relatives above 30 years old. Everyone else would most likely think that you're playing a prank on them.1
retrosuperfuture.comSUPER / Andy Warhol The Iconic Series Red MirrorDesigned for Spring/Summer 2018 collection, The Iconic Red Mirror is one of the most refined SUPER silhouettes. Inspired by classic 1960s shapes, this model features a sharp geometry around the nose and on the temples, balanced by soft curves around the lenses. This version of the Iconic features a rich Havana acetate1
retrosuperfuture.comCiccio Andy Warhol Self-portraitsRETROSUPERFUTURE and The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts are delighted to announce a project which brings together Andy Warhol's original artworks and SUPER by RETROSUPERFUTURE's distinctive design. For this collection, the designers have paired an original series of artworks with the brand's iconic silhouet
printmag.comAndy Warhol’s Interview Magazine Finally Shuts UpInterview magazine has just ceased publication, not quite a half-century after it began. Here, Michael Dooley shares a 2005 review of a seven-volume set of books titles "Andy Warhol's Interview: The Crystal Ball of Pop Culture" that reads a little more like an obituary than a review.
artforum.comAndy Warhol Foundation Announces Spring 2018 GrantsThe Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts has announced that it will award $3.6 million to forty-two cultural organizations as part of its spring 2018 grant cycle. The funds will support scholarly exhibitions, publications, and visual arts programming, including artist residencies and new commissions.The recipients were selected from an applicant pool of 224 nonprofit arts organizations. Ranging from $35,000 to $120,000, individual grants will go to The Contemporary Austin in Texas; Artists Space in New York; the Heard Museum in Phoenix; the Museum of Contemporary Art, Los Angeles; and the
artforum.comAndy Warhol Foundation Awards Curatorial Research FellowshipsThe Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts announced today that it will award a total of $295,000 to six curatorial research fellows to encourage new scholarship in the field of contemporary arts. Recipients will receive grants of up to $50,000 to support travel, archival research, interviews, and other activities.The spring 2018 fellows are Emma Chubb with Smith College Museum of Art; Eric Crosby with the Carnegie Museum of Art; Perrin Lathrop with Fisk University Galleries; Kate MacKay with Berkeley Art Museum and Pacific Film Archive; Pavel Pyś with the Walker Art Center; and Haema