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Meet the Eclectic Vegan Artist Roland Straller

Meet the Eclectic Vegan Artist Roland Straller

In May 1999, vegan artist Roland Straller became a vegetarian overnight after a conversation with his [...]

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When Art Equals Activism: An In Depth Interview With The Talented Dana Ellyn

When Art Equals Activism: An In Depth Interview With The Talented Dana Ellyn

” I often dream about someone locking me in to my studio from the outside. I think [...]

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The New Cultural Revolution Will Be Televised

The New Cultural Revolution Will Be Televised

TV Series Reis da Rua shows the creative side of the suburbs of Sao Paulo “Your [...]

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Orcas in the City: The Earth Foundation and At-Risk Youth in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

Orcas in the City: The Earth Foundation and At-Risk Youth in Vancouver’s Downtown Eastside

Earth Foundation, founded by Canadian artist Todd Polich in 2008, is a non-profit organization that helps [...]

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The Elephant in the Living Room

The Elephant in the Living Room

If you are like most Americans, you have a pet. In the majority of American states [...]

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Art + Culture = Graffiti

Art + Culture = Graffiti

The sound of the honking horns and the smell of car exhaust mixed with city pollution [...]

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The Great Wall of Vagina: Getting to Know “Down There”

The Great Wall of Vagina: Getting to Know “Down There”

In Western societies, sexual health has long been a taboo subject, typically introduced to curious children [...]

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Meet Aaron Carey – An Artist With a Unique Vision

Meet Aaron Carey – An Artist With a Unique Vision

“I was told my cartoonish style wasn’t art when I was in school so I stopped [...]

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Cupcakes Take Over The Walls in Brazil

Cupcakes Take Over The Walls in Brazil

Maria Raquel is a young woman who got into graffiti a few years ago in Brazil. [...]

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Issue #1: Graffiti and Brazil’s Poor Youth

Issue #1: Graffiti and Brazil’s Poor Youth

Projects such as “Intervenção do Graffiti” take street art to underprivileged communities Some people call it [...]

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