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When terror attacks, natural disasters, or big accidents occur, people in the danger zone need information about what to do and where to go.
Family and friends of those affected seek out information about the safety of loved ones. And the public needs some way to discern fact from rumor as emergencies unfold. Silicon Valley giants like Twitter, Facebook, and Google occasionally launch or update initiatives designed to help during emergencies. Governments increasingly embrace mobile technology to coordinate public safety. But how effective are these products and services when disaster actually strikes? Last week's Bastille Day truck attack in Nice, France, killed at least 84 people.
You guys know the drill, I've finished off the last round of sketches, so I'll take a few more.
Plus a couple speed paints (I want to try something different so please read that section if interested). Please note I don't do adult work; non-detailed nudity is fine, but no bits. If you're interested in claiming a slot send me a note or comment here. For sketches payment is required upfront before I start, but payment isn't required immediately to claim your spot (I just wont start till paid). Speedpaints can be paid upfront or in parts, but a portion must be paid before I start.
Terms of service can be found here ---- Options: B&W shaded Bust/head-shot- $35 x xx Shading and color partial - $45 xx B&W shaded full body- $50 xx Colored and Shaded Full body -$60 x xxx. Instagram. Twitter. Though many talented painters created exquisite works prior to the European Renaissance (c.1400-1600), some of the most seminal painters in the history of fine art emerged during that period -- shaping the landscape of fine art paintings for centuries to come.
Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, … Read MoreMichelangelo, Titian, and Botticelli, are probably among the most recognized fine art artists of this period. Though many talented painters created exquisite works prior to the European Renaissance (c.1400-1600), some of the most seminal painters in the history of fine art emerged during that period -- shaping the landscape of fine art paintings for centuries to come.
Leonardo da Vinci, Raphael, … Read MoreMichelangelo, Titian, and Botticelli, are probably among the most recognized fine art artists of this period. Proba-V images Prague Proba-V, among ESA’s smallest Earth-observing satellites, views Prague in the Czech Republic.
From 9 May to 13 May ESA and its partners are hosting the flagship Living Planet Symposium 2016, gathering Earth observation scientists and users to discuss current and future ESA and related European missions. As an ESA Earth Watch mission, Proba-V is being discussed at several sessions and a model satellite is also being exhibited. Prague, the largest city of the Czech Republic, is famous for its impressive historical architecture. Se connecter à Facebook. Description No matter how many times we look at the Bubble Nebula, we do not tire of its beauty.
It was discovered in 1787 by the great astronomer, William Herschel. Curated by: Hayley Miner santa Monica, CA Hayley Miner is Director of Art Advisory to the Trade.
Before joining Saatchi Art, Hayley ran her own art consulting firm which she established in 2011, advising private and corporate clients on building their art collections. She also worked for Michael S. Smith, the legendary designer for The White House, before starting her own design and art advising business. Curated by: Katherine Henning Los Angeles, CA Katherine Henning is the Associate Curator at Saatchi Art.
She received her MA in History of Art and the Art Market: Modern and Contemporary Art from Christie’s Education, New York, and her BA in English Literature (Creative Writing) from University of Southern California. Some of her favorite art historical movements are Impressionism, Abstract Expressionism, and Fauvism. The question we get asked more than almost any other here at 500px is a deceptively simple one: “What kinds of photos sell?”
People want to take advantage of the 500px Marketplace to start making cash from their photography, but they don’t want to waste their time submitting work that doesn’t sell, so they ask us great questions like, “What do buyers actually want?” And “How do I capture photos that sell?” Simply Sellable is our attempt to answer these difficult questions weekly. Since the answer changes week in and week out as trends, seasonality, and other factors continue to shift, we are answering the questions regularly. Every week in fact. Simply Sellable #16 breaks down the essential elements which make your travel photos appealing to photo buyers. Simply Sellable #16: Capturing A Local’s Point-of-View in Travel Photos. We are delighted to welcome Singapore-based gallery, Art Loft Asia to Artfinder.
To celebrate the partnership we catch up with photographer Anuchit Sundarakiti. Tell us one interesting story that happened while you were photographing your works. Photography has taken me to many different places. I have collected many stories with each of my travels but the one place that still inspires me is the Bangkok Railway Station. Nicklausse (@kioloyfodl) 32 Surreal Places On Earth That Belong In A Dream. I’ve Never Wanted To Travel So Badly…