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March 25, 2019

Beautiful Van Gogh Notecards Let You Channel the Artist’s Love of Letter-Writing

First and foremost, Vincent van Gogh is known for his prolific portfolio. During his short career, the Dutch artist produced over 2,000 artworks, including 900 paintings and 1,100 drawings. In addition to art, however, Van Gogh adopted another hobby during his lifetime: letter-writing. “If it’s not a letter I’m writing but a drawing I’m doing,” the artist noted in one of 651 letters addressed to his brother.

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March 25, 2019

How Berthe Morisot Broke Barriers to Become the First Female Impressionist

As the catalyst of modern art, it’s no surprise that Impressionism remains one of art history’s most innovative movements. Impressionist artists are known for their avant-garde approach to brushwork and interest in capturing fleeting impressions of the world around them. In addition to these technical developments, Impressionism was groundbreaking for another reason: its inclusion of women.

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March 23, 2019

Creative Billboards Cleverly Encourage People to Use Less Water

How do you encourage people to use less water? This was a quandary that Denver Water hired the creative agency Sukle to help solve. For over a decade, they came up with clever advertising campaigns that inspired the citizens of Mile High City to be mindful of the amount of water they use. At the start of their campaign, they had a ten-year goal of reducing water consumption by 22%.

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