We Generate Comics Without Any Dialogue That Have Unexpected And Sometimes Dark Endings( Part 2)

We are two buddies Chow Hon Lam, that’s me, and Roey Li, and we believe that a great fun comic doesn’t have to have dialogue. We made a webcomic “Tu and Ted” to tell the story of their daily life in a witty route( previously here ). We are creating more Tu and Ted comics, […]

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The Anything-but-Golf-Tchotchkes-or-a-Tie Fathers Day Gift Guide

Since Father’s Day was first conceived in the early 1900s—by the daughter of a Civil War veteran and widower who had raised six children as a single parent—there’s been a what-to-give quandary.  Here’s our advice. Just think of dads as what they are: grown-up kids. We like cool things, tasty things, daring things, and things we can […]

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Just chill: the museum of rebels that took Iceland by storm

Housed in an old herring factory, Reykjavks Living Art Museum was once treated with disdain and tottered on the verge of bankruptcy. Now its lauded for revitalising the entire countrys art scene In a corner of Reykjavík’s Living Art Museum, a small stone tied in a net hangs precariously from the ceiling. The piece, likely […]

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Antikythera shipwreck yields bronze arm- and hints at spectacular carry of statues

Arm points to existence of at the least seven statues from Greek shipwreck, already the source of most extensive and exciting ancient cargo ever found Marine archaeologists have recovered a bronze arm from an ancient shipwreck off the Greek island of Antikythera, where the remains of at the least seven more priceless statues from the […]

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Antikythera shipwreck yields bronze arm- and hints at spectacular haul of statues

Arm points to existence of at the least seven statues from Greek shipwreck, already the source of most extensive and exciting ancient cargo ever found Marine archaeologists have recovered a bronze arm from an ancient shipwreck off the Greek island of Antikythera, where the remaining at least seven more priceless statues from the classical world […]

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Serge Attukwei Clottey: the artist urging African men to dress as women

Serge Attukwei Clottey strolled through Ghanas capital city in his dead moms clothes to honour her memory and to highlight injustice against women. It is the latest step in his art collectives mission to create social change A muscle-heavy man sits, gazing unsmiling at the camera, on a throne of yellow plastic water cans. His […]

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Ken Done: sell-out, one-hit wonder, or Australia’s most underrated artist?

In the 80 s it seemed like every Australian family owned at least one Ken Done handbag, mug or doona covering. But he still battles the prejudices of the Australian art establishment Ken Done believes a lot of contemporary art is shallow, pretentious and hardly worth looking at. Not all of it, he tells. Some […]

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Norman Maclean on Fishing, Fire, and How A River Runs Through It Got Published

The classic tale collect’ A River Runs Through It’ turns 40 this year, and demonstrates no signs of age, as befits a volume by a man who didn’t start writing fiction until he was 70. “> This year, Norman Macleans indelible tale collect, A River Runs Through It celebrates its 40 th anniversary. Published by […]

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