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February 24, 2018

Photographer’s Incredible Shot of the Space X Falcon Heavy Launch Goes Viral

Professional photographer Brady Kenniston has been through a whirlwind over the past few weeks, ever since his incredible photographs of SpaceX's Falcon Heavy launch went viral. The 22-year-old photographer, who primarily makes a living shooting portraits, weddings, and local sporting events, hasn't missed a SpaceX launch since 2015. Little did he know that a few years later, Elon Musk himself would be retweeting his photographs.

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February 23, 2018

Top 10 Cities to Visit If You Absolutely Love Art

Love art and traveling? Why not combine your two passions by visiting some of the best art destinations the world has to offer. From street art capitals such as Berlin and New York to the world-renowned galleries of Paris and Florence, great art can be found in all corners of the world.

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February 23, 2018

Couple Ditches Boring Engagement Photos for One Filled With Fun Pop Culture Duos

For many couples, engagement photos are an important—and public—showcase of their relationship, and it’s worth putting some thought into what story they tell. While some go down the traditional route of polite smiles and scenic locations, other couples see it as their chance to shine. One husband-and-wife-to-be who took their couple photoshoot to the next level is New York-based Jackie Nguyen and Nate Huntley, who—photographed by Isaac James—decided to honor their favorite pop culture duos.

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February 22, 2018

How Henri Matisse Revolutionized Traditional Art and His Influence on Modern Art

As art history tells us, it was American artists such as Jackson Pollock, Barnett Newman, and Mark Rothko who revolutionized and redefined art in the 1940s and ‘50s. They pioneered the abstract art movement, and paved the way for most contemporary installation, sculpture, and performance artists we know today. However, some might not realize that the first artistic innovators came even before them.

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