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Establishing Meaningful Connections: SXSW 2018 Photo Gallery

Establishing Meaningful Connections: SXSW 2018 Photo Gallery

Featuring a variety of tracks that allow attendees to explore what’s next in the worlds of film, culture, music, and technology, SXSW proves that the most unexpected discoveries happen when diverse topics and people come together. This year’s emerging trend of the 2018 SXSW Conference was Globally Connected: We’re All in this Together. Creative problem

Thrival Festival Photo Gallery

Music Brings Life to Carrie Furnace: Thrival Photo Gallery

PITTSBURGH, PA – The century-old Carrie Furnace, a former blasting furnace that towers over the banks of the Mon River, just outside the town of Rankin, came alive for two days and nights as Thrival Innovation + Music Festival returned for it’s fifth year in the Steel City. Check out our gallery below. Photos by

Incredibly Bad Ass 3D Graffiti Murals by Odeith

Throughout the world, graffiti is an art form that is universally known and respected. The art travels by train and is plastered across public walls within any city you visit. To stand out and not only become respected, but also internationally renowned and celebrated takes an incredible amount of skill but most of all, creativity.

Watch Joseph Gordon-Levitt’s hitRECord on TV 1st Episode

“Ladies and gentlemen, I am beside myself with joy and anticipation :oD It is my sincere pleasure to present the very first episode of HITRECORD ON TV! Watch the entire first episode here before it premieres on television.” – Joseph Gordon-Levitt hitRECord is an open collaborative production company, and a website where they make things

Get your Bob Ross On; BYOB to Painting with a Twist!

Although BYOB does not stand for Bring Your Own Bob Ross, I was just as excited that it can mean “Booze” this past Saturday at Painting with a Twist in Robinson!  Last week, I won free tickets on Twitter to their Halloween party so I grabbed a date and headed down to make a masterpiece.

Art that will excite your eyeballs from Benoit Patterlini

Have you seen a piece of art and just said to yourself, “I want to be IN that world.” The first image I saw from graphic designer Benoit Patterlini made me feel that way instantly. I was looking up circus themed images and the one above of his carousel made my mind go into overdrive