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Jujutsu Kaisen Art Imagines Megumi in Different Anime Styles

Jujutsu Kaisen by Gege Akutami has risen the ranks of Shonen franchises in its relatively short history since hitting the pages of Weekly Shonen Jump in 2018, with one fan artist deciding to imagine one of the “Big Three” of the series in the style of other anime franchises. While Yuji Itadori might be the star of the show and Gojo Satoru has gained insane notoriety among the anime community, Megumi Fushiguro has exhibited some insane moves throughout the first season of the anime which has definitely seen him earn his place within the ranks of Jujutsu Tech.

While Yuji Itadori has the power derived from the king of the curses residing in his body and Nobara Kusogaki wields voodoo dolls and nails to help in battling the supernatural, Megumi is just a tad different when it comes to his insane abilities. Able to summon several spirit animals to his

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Art review: Coastal art colonies captured in variety of styles

To riff off an old adage, no artist is an island. Artists are impacted by their immediate surroundings, of course, but also by so much more.

Though Monhegan Island’s seclusion and natural beauty has attracted artists since the late 19th century – perhaps most famously George Bellows, Robert Henri, Rockwell Kent and the Wyeths – many of those who painted here also traveled extensively in Europe, primarily France, where they soaked up influences of the vibrant art movements sweeping the continent. They studied their craft at various schools under the tutelage of other famous artists, and they often bounced seasonally from one to another of the many art colonies that proliferated after the Civil War.

These colonies offered them a chance to socialize and paint with other artists and to take workshops with artists they admired, all leading to a rich cross-pollination of ideas and the further unfoldment of

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Art galleries with different styles collaborating together for the same goal

ST. PETERSBURG, Fla. — Coming out of the pandemic, two art galleries in St. Pete decided to use strength in numbers to keep their businesses growing. They decided to move into one big building, feeding off of each other, appealing to both collectors and artists.

It’s a busy week for Alejandro Quintero, for the first time in more than a year, his business D-Gallerie has a brick and mortar to call home.

“So for the past year we were mostly focused online, I missed the interaction with the clients, the interactions with the collectors with the people,” said Quintero.

While right next door, in the same building on MLK Boulevard, Leslie Curran is also preparing to reopen her own gallery, ARTicles.

“We just thought two art galleries together that represent different types of works was a really positive idea,” said Curran.

ARTicles has been around for nearly two decades, but

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Renowned Photographer Platon Releases His First NFT Series on LGND.art Featuring the Irises of Harry Styles, Elon Musk, Kobe Bryant, Vladimir Putin & More | News

AUSTIN, Texas, June 3, 2021 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ — Today, LGND.art announces the launch of Eye Love You, Eye Hate You, a historic NFT series by renowned photographer Platon. This monumental collection will feature magnified iris portraits belonging to an array of well-known figures such as Mark Zuckerberg, Prince, Edward Snowden, Adele, and more. The first series of Eye Love You, Eye Hate You is currently available to preview on LGND.art and will officially launch on Sunday, June 6th at 8 PM (EST).

Each monthly exhibition will include 12 individual NFTs for each eye, whose identity remains a mystery and is only revealed after the purchase. In the fall, the culmination of these three historic exhibitions by Platon will result in a final one-of-one NFT artwork that features the entire set of all the eyes together in one epic assemblage. This piece will be available in a limited

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