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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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The Artsy website is built on The Art Genome Project, a technological framework and classification system based on the identification of more than 1,000 artwork characteristics, including subject matter, historical movement, and formal qualities.
On his decision to join Artsy's team, Dayton stated, I've spent a lot of time in the emerging online art space and concluded that Artsy has the best product, the best team, the most embracive vision, and the most promise to build the future platform of the art market.
At Artsy You, customers pay only for the pottery that they want to paint.
In keeping with the festival's multigenerational vision, the female emcee summit "Beyond the Bling" hosted by hip-hop artist Toni Blackman will light up the 7 Stages Theater in the artsy Little Five Points neighborhood.
The ads, created by San Francisco agency Grant, Scott & Hurley, combine artsy illustrations with snappy copy and the tagline, "For so many good reasons.
The site caters to artsy middle class folks and is easy to navigate.
Maybe the IJBC film program wasn't looking for artsy kidnappers--Shum's application was rejected twice.
He said he didn't care that I wanted to shoot artsy, and I could do that .
There are Hollywood epics with casts of thousands and artsy international films with English subtitles.
The Kwjan frontman also took artsy shots of de Rossi:
Other Artsy members in the region include Barbara Krakow Gallery, La Montagne Gallery and Gallery Naga - all based in Boston.
In addition to the artsy, hip (read: very gay) area of Lan Kwai Fong on Hong Kong Island, quite a few gay-friendly restaurants and bars have risen tip in the last few years in evolving and fashionable NoHo (the area north of Hollywood Road).