Some Inspiration For The Street Art Fans

On day two of my current project, I continue to get bombarded by the context that shapes the lives of Cultural Creatives. Today, I found the link to hookedblog It's a UK based street art blog. This was submitted by a grad student from Colombia studying in the UK, who follows DJs and street artists.  … Continue reading Some Inspiration For The Street Art Fans

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Street Art In Montmarte: From The District That Inspired A New School

Today was the last day of our trip to Paris and we spent it enjoying the D'Orsay museum that houses the more "provocative" art from the late 19th century and early 20th century. I went expecting the impressionists to be the period that I would find most inspiring, but was introduced to an education on … Continue reading Street Art In Montmarte: From The District That Inspired A New School

The Best Art In Paris: The Locals, Not The Louvre

Today is our last day in Paris and I am pleased to say that I feel like I have had proper "anthropological" experiences outside of the tourist obligations. We have enjoyed people-watching and chats with strangers (as best we could...finding that my limited Spanish was a big help in communicating with the French), walks through … Continue reading The Best Art In Paris: The Locals, Not The Louvre

There’s No Vacation From A Commitment

So I am leaving tonight with my wife on our "official" honeymoon to Paris and Barcelona ....one year after the big event.. Because who has the energy or cash to go on a big European vacation after spending all of it on a big damn wedding? Well, maybe some people. But I am, after all, … Continue reading There’s No Vacation From A Commitment