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my love for you Well hello! It's certainly been a while since I posted here. I've been waiting til the time is right — and for me 'to figure it all out,' to be totally honest — before I dropped any thing real on here. Like most of us, I still haven't figured it all out (does that ever really happen to anyone? If it's happened to you, will you please let me know in the comments?).

The Big Picture Magazine Andrzej Wajda’s The Wedding (Wesele), based on Stanisław Wyspiański’s eponymous play (1901), retells the wedding of the poet Lucjan Rydel… Read More → At its core, farce is dependent upon ridiculous situations. So how’s this one for you? Metalsmith. Metalsmith magazine is published by SNAG. Metalsmith gives you a front row seat on the world of studio art and design in contemporary jewelry and metalsmithing. It’s smart, beautiful and provocative, and guaranteed to inspire and invigorate. Coverage spans contemporary makers, artists in their studios, edgy work, production jewelry, fashion, hollowware, furniture, collectors’ collections, and much more. DOMUS Industrial complex, Valvigna, Italy The most recent and largest factory designed by Guido Canali for Prada is laid out as something more complex and diversified than a mere manufacturing plant. It aspires to create a place that represents the most authentic spirit of the Italian brand in the context of a highly developed area lying along Italy’s longest motorway. Design Guido Canali. Photos Francesco Castagna Guido Canali and Prada When a client like Prada meets an architect like Guido Canali, it can be the beginning of a long string of reciprocal discovery and successful projects.

Lacanian ink. Certainly marked by the work of Jacques Lacan, much as by the writing on Jacques Lacan, lacanian ink has been going for 19 consecutive years. And lacanian ink belongs in NYC, it was born here, it is done here. In this particular sense I was happy to realize how, together with a number of other journals, lacanian ink has been a witness to contemporary culture in the last decade. Today, there are few of them that continue. Guitar Techniques. In every issue of Guitar Techniques, you'll find:World's best guitar lessons that you won't find on the netFully accurate song transcriptionsStar artist video masterclassesEvery lesson on cover CD with full top-quality audioPLUS receive Free Digital Ebooks "Thank you for your great publication. I think the content, style, and tone of GT are perfect" – Tim Poteet "Loving the mag; as a guitar teacher it really is a wonderful source of ideas and inspiration!" – Johnny Wheeler "First I wanted to say thank you to your team for a fantastic magazine, I’ve been a subscriber for many years and get a lot of enjoyment & inspiration from all the content & features it contains." – Alex Beazley

FROG Frog 15 hits the newsstands in November 2015. Olympia Campbell is on the cover, photographed for Frog by Jüergen Teller at the Musée Picasso in Paris. This is a very special issue, as we celebrate Frog’s 10th anniversary! Journal of Illustration. Postage Journal postage is free within the UK, US and Canada. Postage will be added at the following rates for other regions: Crafts. In our September/October issue, we meet makers partnering with nature in fascinating ways. Japanese artist Kazuhito Takadoi tells us about weaving with harvested grasses and branches, German wood turner Ernst Gamperl discusses his ten-year tribute to one gargantuan oak tree, and we discover a new breed of designers using biomaterials to grow textiles for the wardrobe of the future. Meanwhile, to mark the 10th anniversary of the British Ceramics Biennial in Stoke-on-Trent, Crafts asked V&A director Tristram Hunt to assess the revival of ceramics in the city, the challenges the industry still faces and what should happen next.

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