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Art

Any visual, creative material. Examples of art include drawings, videos and computer graphics. Art may be bought and sold as an asset (indeed, famous art such as the Mona Lisa is worth many millions of dollars), but it is also used in marketing to help a product appeal to buyers.
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8220;We are confident Yellow Peril's partnership with Artsy will help us extend our reach and introduce our artists to critics, curators and collectors beyond Rhode Island.
A: Thomas and I lived in the same dorm, which was the artsy house .
Partners long to embrace the buff superhero or heroine underneath the starched stuffed shirt Holiday somewhere that gets your creative and other juices flowing--maybe Manchester, England's artsy Queer Up North festival.
All except for a handful of artsy teens near the back, who maintained a tightlipped nonchalance.
Meg is really artsy and we brainstormed several ideas, but we really liked this design," said Mickley.
But this artsy first-person shooter from Capcom plays out more like a twisted dream sequence, not an exercise in terror.
Ah, but underneath, and to his select circle of artsy friends--who apparently wandered off an early Almodovar film set--he's poetic, angelic, generous of spirit, too beautiful to live.
New Paltz has interesting villages and artsy galleries nearby, and is close to golf, skiing, tennis, shooting, and summer stock theater as well as other Catskill resorts.
Photographed in color and with the calculated spontaneity of photojournalism, the images are positioned as artsy yet "anthropological" studies of American manhood.
When it fell out of production, Steven Soderbergh rescued the screenplay and sent it to artsy English director John Maybury, whose only previous feature was ``Love Is the Devil,'' an experimental film about artist Francis Bacon.
But Stewart's artsy, electro-acoustic compositions exquisitely reflect his inner turmoil, making for a passionately beautiful, if not always comfortable, experience.