Daily Archive: February 11, 2021

BTS Preview New Collectibles and Artwork Collab With Limited-Edition Fine Art Print

Looking to adorn your walls with some BTS-inspired art? You’ll want to check out the Grammy-nominated group’s new collaboration with Sideshow, a California-based collectibles company.

The licensing partnership kicks off this spring with a range of limited-edition products celebrating BTS and “their legacy as artists.” Among the items in the collection: the cleverly-named “deluxe statues” (a.k.a. 3D figurines) that take inspiration from the group’s live performances, and a statue inspired by the iconic BTS logo. There will also be several luxury fine art prints available in a variety of sizes and formats.

More from Rolling Stone

While fans

Read More

‘Grain Retailer’ Giclee Print

Art & Entertainment,Art & Visual,Art & Culture,Art & Design,Digital Art PhotographyDigital Artwork Photography menggunakan Facebook. As with every sampled sign, the mixture of normal (periodic) pixel structure of common digital image sensors and common (periodic) structure of (usually man-made) objects being photographed could cause objectionable aliasing artefacts, akin to false colors when utilizing cameras using a Bayer pattern sensor. Aliasing is also current in movie, however typically manifests itself in much less obvious ways (reminiscent of elevated granularity ) because of the stochastic grain construction (stochastic sampling) of movie.

Digital pictures has modified the way in which folks take images, and how many are taking them. Anybody with a digital … Read More

Celebrate Black History Month With These Free Virtual Events | Travel

Because of the Covid-19 pandemic, many museums and cultural institutions around the country are opting to shift their Black History Month line-ups for the month of February from in-person to online-only affairs. The result is a creative curation of art exhibitions, concerts, panel discussions and other events designed to celebrate, but safely through virtual means. Here are more than a dozen (free!) events to mark on your calendar.


The National Museum of African American History and Culture in Washington, D.C., is hosting a comprehensive exhibition focused on the life of Pauli Murray, a Civil Rights activist who was also

Read More