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Meet Bambi, Kate Moss, ET, Britney and Geri like you've never seen them before in the San Diego-based illustrator’s work.
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Remember when Kim Kardashian lost her diamond earring--and briefly, her sanity--in Bora Bora? How about the time Kris Jenner tried pole dancing on camera? Also, can someone pass the potatoes,...
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The Art of the Artist Lobo is inspired by each work, a different destination They are paintings inspired by Famous Cities, which tell the Story and Life
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From Cher and Dionne to Thelma and Louise, these iconic onscreen friendships will have you reaching for the phone.
NET-A-PORTER saved to Travel & Lifestyle
There are a few things most of us immediately recognize—like famous paintings by Leonardo da Vinci or Van Gogh, pop culture references from famous movies or TV shows, and well-known characters from Marvel and Disney.
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Description Supplies needed: colored paper, black marker, black paint, scissors, q-tips and glue Poetry: use this art activity to teach onomatopoeia by using words like pow, bam, slam, boom, slap and kaboom. This art activity can be used with lower and upper grades. For grade 3 it would be best to take out some of the layers of the activity. Valentine's Day things you might like: Sight Words Valentine's Day Cards Gratitude Journal Follow Me for Freebies and Sales. New products are 50% for…
Danielle Stubbs saved to Culture