A curated marketplace for independent artists and designers. Read & Study Books. Cinderella - Brothers Grimm. Brothers Grimm, translated by Margaret Taylor (1884) Cinderella is one of some 209 of the most famous fairy tales collected by Jacob (1785-1863) and Wilhelm Grimm (1786-1859), and first published in 1812.
This tale has been particularly popular in all of its many forms and adaptations. The character has become an archetypal rags-to-riches figure. Many young girls/women have dreamed of becoming a modern Cinderella; and other writers have used the archetype to bring the original Cinderella to life. The wife of a rich man fell sick, and as she felt that her end was drawing near, she called her only daughter to her bedside and said, "Dear child, be good and pious, and then the good God will always protect thee, and I will look down on thee from heaven and be near thee. " The woman had brought two daughters into the house with her, who were beautiful and fair of face, but vile and black of heart. The Fantastic in Art and Fiction. Library of Congress Home. Ten Must-See Art Documentaries. Mail art. Mail art (also known as Postal art and Correspondence art) is a populist artistic movement centered around sending small scale works through the postal service.
It initially developed out of the Fluxus movement in the 1950s and 60s, though it has since developed into a global movement that continues to the present. The American artist Ray Johnson is considered to be the first mail artist, and the New York Correspondence School that he developed is considered the first self-conscious network of mail artists. Media commonly used in mail art include postcards, paper, a collage of found or recycled images and objects, rubber stamps, artist-created stamps (called artistamps), and paint, but can also include music, sound art, poetry, or anything that can be put in an envelope and sent via post.
Mail art is considered art once it is dispatched. Mail artists regularly call for thematic or topical mail art for use in (often unjuried) exhibition. History Artist Edward M. The Analysis of mind, by Bertrand Russell. Launching Soon. Japanese Facemarks(smileys) Discover Yourself! 1001 Books To Read Before You Die. These posters do just that, capturing some of the wisdom written by the great philosophers that have gone before us, those who explored the far boundaries of human understanding and wisdom.
The bold, black and white typography against a newsprint like halftone, is just the right look for such truthful statements strongly said. The series of posters was created by Max Temkin, a designer and print maker from Chicago, Illinois. He was inspired to create the set after a retiring teacher gave him a poster containing an enlightening message from Friedrich Nietzsche… but one that was designed in a fashion far less inspiring than the quote itself. Looking to create something more fitting of the wise words these thinkers gave us, he recently started a Kickstarter campaign to raise funds and sell the beautiful hand silk-screened posters at a bargain price of $20 a pop… and has had a huge amount of interest. In fact, he’s sold 1362 prints to date. (via visualnews ) Hot & Trending Words Daily Blog at Dictionary.com - Part 2. Every year the Social Security Administration compiles the most popular names for newborns in the United States.
What were the most popular names in 2011? The top 5 girls names: Sophia Isabella Emma Olivia Ava The big news this year is that Mason made it into the top 5. In the last ten years, Mason has catapulted from 64th place to 2nd. Its popularity might be because Kourtney Kardashian named her son Mason in 2009. Know the real meanings behind common names?
Popular names go through very distinct trends. Futility Closet. Katimameg. October 2010. So last night Amy came from Quesnel to help us have our mid-reflection rotation.
After talking to my lovely mother, we ate salad and lasaunga. (Which was Tres epic, Kate and Zoe) Right as we sat down Amy asked us to power clean the house because it was slightly lacking in the clean department, so we ran around for a couple of minutes and took care of that situation. The first activity we did we had a ball of yarn and stood in a circle and one person would hold it and say one thing they disliked about the Katimavik program and then hold their piece of yarn and pass the ball to the next person and so on, creating an intricate web of negativity.
After we had this complex web of how it sucks we can't go home for Christmas, how breathing seems like a competency, and how anything fun is at least 10 sheets of intense paper work we reversed the web with something positive about Katimavik. Thanks for reading folks! Gokatimavik – Get a life! – Dégage!