Currency Art: Creative or Criminal?

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James Stephen George Boggs started drawing currency in 1984 as payment for goods. With him began a legacy of currency art that is still prevalent today. Artists that...

How Does the Timberland Boot Craze Change 2019?

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The Timberland Boot craze began back when Abington put out their first genuinely water resistance boot back called the "Timberland" back in 1973. Since the Timberland Boot Craze has turned...

What Does Futuristic Art Say About the Future?

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Futuristic art represents what artists see in our future through their artwork. Futuristic art became popular back in the early 20th century as people painted projections of what...

Statement Art and the Train Delay Scarf

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The story of Claudia Weber's train delay scarf goes beyond an impressive dedication to knit chronology. Like many pieces of statement art, the train delay scarf made an...

Building Facade Murals: Larger Than Life

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Street art and murals are reminders of the community's culture through expression. All over the world, street art is viewed as reckless, beautiful, or a tumultuous combination. 

Street Art: Political or Beautiful?

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Street art is a unique art-style that has intrigued countless individuals since the late 1960s. Unfortunately, there is a negative stigma concerning street-art and its association with criminals...