Hardcore Simpson’s fans might recall that The Hell’s Satans were an outlaw motorcycle club formed by Homer after he won a Harley-Davidson motorcycle at Greaser’s Cafe. Now you can own this immortal design of a screaming skull flanked by pair of flaming crossbones (by Buby87) on a T Shirt in your choice styles and colors for just $24.95! Purchase now at This Link!
Eye On Design: Naked Ladies Textile-Upholstered Sofa By Caroline Z. Hurley
‘Getting Naked’ on the sofa means something entirely different when this unique piece of furniture is part of your living room. The Naked Ladies textile (the name referring to the depiction of the female form in the design) comes from Caroline Z. Hurley Studio. Featuring a repeating pattern of nude female figures in various poses, the whimsical print started out as one of Caroline’s paintings. The studio later collaborated with amazing screen printers in Rhode Island to translate her art onto fabric.
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Gastronomic Tourism: Where To Go to Eat in 2023
People can choose to travel the world for completely different reasons. Some might go just to relax, others go for work, someone else travels to get an education or medical treatment, but there are those who go on a trip to eat delicious food! It is certainly very pleasant to get acquainted with the traditions of a country or region, tasting fragrant dishes and fine drinks. If you are planning to go on a gastronomic trip, you probably want to know which destinations to choose. Let’s see what’s relevant today.
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Customizing Your Steel Airplane Hangar
When storing your aircraft, having a customized steel airplane hangar can make all the difference. A customized hangar plane can provide storage space and functionality to protect and maintain your aircraft. This article will discuss the benefits of customizing your steel airplane hangar and the key factors to consider when designing your customized hangar.
Modern Art Monday Presents: Marjorie Strider, Girl With Radish
Marjorie Strider’s work draws on the vast image cache of popular culture, especially representations of women in men’s magazines and advertisements. She recasts these depictions with the subversive edge and an ironic bite, as exemplified by Girl With Radish (1963), which at first glance, looks like an image one would find in a pin up or on a billboard. Upon sustained viewing, however, the woman’s deadpan stare becomes increasingly confrontational. She looks deliberately out at the viewer, questioning the power dynamics of the conventional male gaze. Continue reading Modern Art Monday Presents: Marjorie Strider, Girl With Radish