Bye Bye, Robot Releases 4 New Star Trek Prints

The best canvas prints are highly celebrated, highly sought after pieces of modern art. For those that collect them, seeking out particular pieces with special significance is priority. For modern art lovers that also happen to be Trekkies, good news has come, with Bye Bye, Robot, the independent art publisher and licensed Star Trek TV Series, Original Series and Next […]

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OSU Welcomes Back International Interior Design Association

The IIDA or International Interior Design Association is a group of millennials who are passionate in learning about interior design and make use of Legos as well as The Sims as their training ground and then applies those learning in real life. The International Interior Design Association is an organization that was established by the Oregon State University. It is […]

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Mapping The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Through Different Perspectives

People already find it amusing to go around the Metropolitan Museum of Art even without paper guides. The students from the MFA Visual Narrative program created numerous creative and interactive map illustrations for the MET which are worth checking too. Mapping the MET The web based MAPPING THE MET showcases 8 maps using different media which were based by students […]

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Preservation of Nature in National Parks for the Common Good

150 years ago, Frederick Law Olmsted who designed Central Park, Boston’s Emerald and many other city parks outlined various ideas for other spaces like Yosemite Valley and Mariposa Sequoia Grove in California. Olmsted’s recommendations for Yosemite went unheeded during that time but it helped in shaping parks the way they are managed today. The majestic scenery of Yosemite today bears […]

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