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Graffiti: Preserving New York's History of Street Art ...

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While driving around doing assignments for the Post, Cooper started a personal project, befriending a young graffiti artist tagging in the Bronx, who went by the nickname HE3. "As soon as he explained that he was writing his nickname, it all fell into place," she says. "It was like decoding some mysterious language." Through HE3, Cooper was able...

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Game of Thrones: Analyzing Children of the Forest Cave Art ...

August 7, 2017

Warning: This post contains spoilers for season seven of Game of Thrones .

The fourth episode of Game of Thrones' seventh season saw Jon Snow take Daenerys Targaryen into the caves of Dragonstone to show her the dragonglass under the island. But the King in the North also had an ulterior motive -- convincing her that the White Walkers are the real threat to Westeros.

After passing...

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LIFE With Picasso: Genius at Work and at Play, 1948-1967

To see Picasso for the first time is to see, under that bald brow and pate, two extraordinary deep-brown eyes. They are strangely big for the face. And they change as you watch him talk and listen, so noticeably changing with the reflections of what passes through his mind, perhaps racing back into experience to enrich the present. They brood. They make mischief, they are friendly, offended, hostile, arrogant, bored, then suddenly interested. Mostly, during our visit, they laughed.

Like so many other artists, however, Picasso was hardly a saint....

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