Can you imagine seeing a Van Gogh painting sitting right off the freeway on your morning commute or aerial ride? One field in Egan, Minnesota got exactly this when 64-year-old artist Stan Herd transformed it into Van Gogh’s 1889 “Olive Trees.” Herd has been doing these types of artworks or ‘earthworks’ since 1981. http://canyouactually.com/dude-spent-6-months-recreating-a-van-gogh-painting-using-plants-in-a-1-2-acre-field/Dude Spent
FTC Announces Settlement With Lord & Taylor After Accusing Retailer of Deceptive Advertising National retailer Lord & Taylor has agreed to settle charges brought by the Federal Trade Commission that it allegedly deceived customers by paying for advertisements on fashion blogs and the online publication Nylon without revealing that the posts were, in fact, paid
This is a wonderful example of one persons expression of art. I hope it’ll be open to the public one day. http://www.dailyliked.net/cave-digging-artist/
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In the daily process of communicating with our clients and business colleagues we often use email. However, people forget to include the name of their business and contact information. It’s important to remember to include the various points of contact to make it as easy as possible for your clients to contact you. I can’t
Crystal Peak Design was proud to be a major sponsor of Flight, benefiting Rotary Club of Colorado Springs service fund and the integration of arts into STEM education in District 11 schools. The 8th annual Flight Gala and Auction was held Saturday, October 24, 2015 at the Cheyenne Mountain Resort in Colorado Springs, CO. We
These Shameless Cocaine Ads Prove the ’70s Were a Hell of a Time to Be Alive Need an ivory spoon? A gold razor? By David Griner Inspired by the hit Netflix series Narcos, about the exploits of Pablo Escobar, some fans decided to dig up some of the period’s not-so-subtle ads for cocaine paraphernalia. They