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20 Contemporary Show Posters That Prove the Art Isn’t Dead — Flavorwire

Show posters have a rich history in nostalgic remembrance; unlike a handbill, those photocopied notes plastered on a telephone pole to promote an upcoming show, show posters are often sold (or given away) at a concert or event, meant to commemorate the experience and evoke memories of good times past. For many years, the Fillmore […]

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An Instagram Document of Art History’s Most Elegant Fashions — Flavorwire

Art Garments is a fashion and art history lover’s Instagram gem — an account (first discovered on Fubiz) that documents the elegant details in fashions featured in pre-20th-century paintings and other artworks. AnOther Magazine spoke to the anonymous creators of the account — it’s curated by two New Yorkers — about their inspiration: I sometimes […]

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Sell your clothing and electronics with these apps — TechCrunch

[tc_aol_on code=”519621637″] Are you looking to clean out your closet and make money while doing it? You no longer have to haul your used items to a consignment shop. A number of apps have made selling used things easier than ever, and we’re not talking about eBay. TechCrunch tested out and chose our favorite apps […]

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Digital magazine company Issuu is now a collaboration platform, too — TechCrunch

Digital media company Issuu has been trying to offer a better way to present content online. Now it’s a promising a better way for teams to work together on creating that content too, with the launch of a new product called Collaborate. Issuu, for those of you who don’t know, allows publishers to create digital […]

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I’ve got a few questions for virtual reality filmmakers — TechCrunch

So, I’m sitting aboard a flight to Boston at the moment. I just finished a bout of midterms at Northwestern University that allegedly went well enough for me to make it through undergrad. I have an $8 beer in my hand that Spirit Airlines is using to subsidize their garbage service, but more importantly, I’m […]

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Fifth Harmony, Jamie Lee Curtis, ‘The Girlfriend Experience,’ and More: Today’s Recommended Reading — Flavorwire

Here at Flavorwire, we pride ourselves on not only writing some of the best content on the internet, but keeping an eye on all of the great writing that other folks on the ‘net are doing, too. Today, we have a personal essay from Jamie Lee Curtis about opiate addiction in the wake of Prince’s toxicology […]

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