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Otro día hablaremos del tema pero, cada vez más y más artistas que en un primer momento pintaban por las calles comienzan a vender sus obras en galerías y a exponer dentro del circuito, o en circuitos alternativos. Curiosa paradoja verdad? A mí me parece muy bien porque, francamente hay artistas muy buenos (tambien los hay muy malos) que se lo merecen y además es una manera de poder hacerse con una obra suya. Pictures on walls lleva ya unos cuantos años haciéndolo, y con un catálogo espectacular: Banksy, D Face, Jamie Hewlett...(sí, el de tank girl...)

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Lucy - ahh, unfinished home prtcjeos.. story of my life. lolWe are currently in the process of switching The DJ (Ty's Justin Bua print from way back) to a new frame. Well we bought a frame, brought it home.. too small. At that point the DJ was already out of the original custom frame (which i had to take apart with a screwdriver piece by piece *Rolls Eyes*). So now we have two frames standing on the floor along side of the infamous DJ. Unfinished.On a more productive note, I unpacked this fabulous italian easel the Dawn gave me & am now mobile with different painting locations. So far i've been in the front yard(haha), sitting under the big maple tree. It was lovely. But we are departing for holidays in 1 week from today, can NOT wait :D (my excuse for the unproductivity around the house haha)*Say Hi to PAPA for usJuly 20, 2012 2:11 pm
Chez,I gotta agree with "L". I enjoy paid programming a lot more than most network stuff not because of the cursing and nudity either (though heaven knows I like my goddamn boobies), but that they appear to take time to craft a good story instead of slapdash something they can wrap advertising around.Truth is I haven't gone out of my way to watch late night talk since Carson left his show so I can't say I'm a fan of either Leno or Conan, but I think the REAL winner here will be Letterman. Serves him right for his rocky start at "The Electric Company". You go, Letterman!
Thanks a lot for the helpful write-up. It is also my opinion that mesothelioma cancer has an really long latency period of time, which means that signs of the disease would possibly not emerge until eventually 30 to 50 years after the preliminary exposure to asbestos fiber. Pleural mesothelioma, and that is the most common sort and affects the area within the lungs, could cause shortness of breath, breasts pains, as well as a persistent cough, which may result in coughing up blood vessels.
for knowing your audience. The interesting thing about HP and Twilight is that they both aim at YA and have managed to hit a MUCH broader spectrum. I’ve read the first HP book and the first chapter of Twilight (the first one) and I must admit to not being sure why that’s so, but regardless belief is being suspended in terms of the more fantastic elements.
It's great to find an expert who can explain things so well