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Acrylic, concrete and spray paint on clear primed linen
- 𝗶𝘀 𝗰𝗮𝗹𝗹𝗶𝗻𝗴 𝗮𝗹𝗹 𝗮𝗿𝘁𝗶𝘀𝘁𝘀 to share their most intriguing, insightful and inspiring work. Winners will be presented in our next “Voice of Artists” Print Publication - on the open theme of “A Picture Paints 1000 words”. The issue of this magazine will be a wide ranging, roundtable visual discussion from artists, designers and creatives of all types.
If this is something you would like to be a part of, go ahead and send us your work as soon as possible, as the format will emerge organically in response to the contributors. This will be in line with issue #07. All submissions are FREE and we will be accepting your work up until mid-June.
- It’s time to finally upload my project here. It was shown at the UH Animation Expose and it is something I am very proud of!
FUGUE DES SENSES is a perfume commercial based on the synesthesia experience.
Thanks Morgane and Noisette for participating in my experiment and having this unique vision that inspired me to create this project. I asked them to smell the perfume and explain what they see. I combined the imagery they saw and ingredients of the perfume that made the final advertisement.
@clemence_ducreux thank you so much for being so passionate about this project and for the amazing sound track!
@marsandmoon thanks for helping with the perfume model, I really appreciate your support!
Hope you all enjoy the video and if you want to have a better experience then go to the link in my bio.❤️
- The Best Way to Clean Baby Toys
Babies explore their environment by touching and tasting-so you can bet that every single toy in her room has been chewed or drooled on at least once. And because things constantly end up in their mouths, babies can easily pick up germs and illness. Here are the best ways to clean baby toys and keep baby toys safe:
You can wash plastic toys with hot, soapy water or run them through the dishwasher if they are made completely of plastic (no fabric, batteries or buttons that might not be water tight). Load toys in the silverware holder, a colander, or a lingerie bag to keep them from falling off the racks, use the gentlest cycle, and allow to air-dry, explains Jamie Novak, a cleaning and organizing guru and author of Keep This, Toss That. "If you need a little help with the cleaning, a toothbrush works to scrub small places," adds Heather Walker, founder of Functional Spaces Organizing. "And toothpicks are great for getting into tight crevices, too." Wood
Toys made from natural wood will warp and become rough if dunked in water; instead, wipe them with a clean, lint-free cloth dipped in either a 50/50 mixture of distilled white vinegar and water or mild soapy water (think dish soap, hand soap, or a baby variety). Follow soapy cleansers with a towel dampened with plain water to remove residue (water and vinegar evaporate cleanly). "Tackle very dirty spots or stains with rubbing alcohol on a cotton ball and then wipe with a damp cloth after," suggests Novak.
Stuffed animals, cloth books, tummy time blankets, and other knitted toys can be spot cleaned with a baby wipe or put in your washing machine, recommends Novak. "For a deeper clean, pop fabric toys in a pillow case or lingerie bag and spin in the clothes dryer on medium heat for 15 minutes," she says. But don't launder plush toys that have a battery pack or make any kind of noise. (The water and vigorous spinning of the machine will render them silent!) Board Books and Rubber Toys
These can also be cleaned with a cloth moistened with that same 50/50 mixture mentioned above. Stand up books and separate the pages while they dry.
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