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3D Sneaker Photography – Artist Xavi Boldtron Created This Lacoste…

Xavi Boldtron, an artist who specializes in 3D and other unique visual effects, recently collaborated with Lacoste sneakers to come up with a series of images that show off the brand's offerings in a completely new way. The images were released as an exclusive by popular fashion magazine Fucking Young!, which shared some of Boldtron's creative process with its readers as well.

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‘This is what we lost’: Alberta artist honours missing, murdered Indigenous women and girls

Alberta artist Terry McCue was so moved the first time he heard about the REDress movement, he was inspired to come up with his own tribute to missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls. A year and a half later, the Ojibway painter has a series of 16 works, making up the exhibit Ripples of Loss , on display at the Art Gallery of St. Albert.

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Photography Club meets

The Van Wert Area Photography Club met Thursday, Nov. 9, at 114 S. Race St. Discussion covered the recent canal shoot, engagement photography, and plans for the club's annual Christmas dinner in December. The treasurer's report showed only minor interest additions and the fact that one of the club's Best of Show checks from the county fair still has not been cashed.

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Kent Art Association holds photography show

Karin Smith's photograph of New Milford artist Woldemar Neufeld was honored at the KAA's by president Connie Horton. Karin Smith's photograph of New Milford artist Woldemar Neufeld was honored at the KAA's by president Connie Horton.

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St George’s Hospital photography exhibition highlights parents and premature babies

Tooting 's St George's Hospital is hosting a new exhibition which aims to showcase the estimated 15 million babies born prematurely each year. “They have finished what I couldn't and made sure my babies grew into the little super heroes they are now.”

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