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No Children? Try These!

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Quibbler
June 23rd, 2009

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These little monsters are the perfect squeeze toy for anyone who shouldn’t be trusted in the presence of children! [ Continue Reading ]

What Comes Around

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Saskeah
June 23rd, 2009

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The Global Coalition for Peace is a non-violent, non-denominational activist froup for world peace based out of the United States. Recently, they launched a new, creative ad campaign based on the old adage, “What Goes Around Comes Around,” denouncing the war in Iraq. [ Continue Reading ]

In A Crumbling World

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Quibbler
June 22nd, 2009

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As a cultural melting pot, the United States has influences from all over the world and the Ennis House, designed by Frank Lloyd Wright, is just another borrowed architectural style.

The Ennis House’s significance isn’t as much about its design, as it is about how it became known. [ Continue Reading ]

Artsy Big Rig

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Amandaaah
June 22nd, 2009

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Tractor trailors scare me; when I am driving along side them on the highway, they are so big and could really take you out in a second flat. Also, if you have read or seen Stephen King’s Maximum Overdrive, you would also be scared that they would band together and trap you and your family at a truck stop. All that ends here. The kibosh has been put on my fear of trucks. [ Continue Reading ]

Introducing Amandaaah

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Amandaaah
June 22nd, 2009

Hey there my blog readin’ peoples. I am Amandaaah of Massachusetts which is not yet my formal title, although it should be. One of my biggest passions is Labyrinth and David Bowie’s entire package in it. You think that’s weird? Huh. Coffee is awesome. Cherry Garcia is awesome. Michael Bolton is awesome. Creativity is awesome. Random is awesome. I look forward to having a ball reading my posts because I know you will. Catch ya later, my new friends.

Sifting through the trash

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teeg
June 19th, 2009

Life through the eyes of girl who just left her university realm for the glitz of Boston, only to find that she can’t seem to find what she doesn’t know she wants.. Confused? No, just young and un-jaded, hoping to show you my ideal view of the world as I work my way through it.

Is it Science or is it Art?

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Quibbler
June 19th, 2009

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You tell me.

When I first stumbled upon this apple, I was quite in shock that it wasn’t just one work of art by a geography student with a little too much time on his hands. [ Continue Reading ]

Tiago Hoisel-Wolverine Looks Squashable

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SomewhereBlue
June 19th, 2009

tiago hoisel 282x400 Tiago Hoisel Wolverine Looks SquashableTiago Hoisel is the mad scientist of digital art.  These are some samples of his work.  It looks like Wolverine is an evil dwarf.  [ Continue Reading ]

9 Questions with… The Catalyst

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AdamK
June 18th, 2009

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I’m used to feeling quite safe whenever Matt Bailie is around. As one of the doormen at well known Montreal watering hole MadHatters (slogan: The Best Dive in Town!), Matt is charged with protecting drunken morons (i.e. me) from themselves and other equally inebriated patrons. So when I first heard his band The Catalyst, I was a bit shocked.  You can’t help the uneasy, ominous feeling that develops in your gut as a result of their ultra heavy sound. Drums pound with an almost inhuman ferocity, while discordant guitars chug out machine gun rhythms and virtuoso-level leads. All this is topped with Bailie’s tortured howls and (let’s face it) downright scary grunts. Proving that our music scene is more than pansy-asses with tight jeans, bad haircuts and limp wrists, The Catalyst brings the metal like few others, combining the intricacy and melody of early Metallica and Pantera with the death metal vocals and breakdowns of New Wave of American Heavy Metal bands like Lamb of God. But enough from me. Here’s bassist Mike Marino, telling you what the metalheads of artisticthings.com need to know. [ Continue Reading ]