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Crack the Skye is the fourth studio album by American heavy metal band Mastodon, released on March 24, 2009, through Reprise, Sire and Relapse Records. The album debuted at number 11 on the Billboard 200, selling 41,000 copies in its first week. In Australia, the album debuted at number 19. It had sold 200,000 copies in the US as of September 2010, making it one of their highest-selling albums to date.
According to an interview on the DVD The Making of Crack the Skye, this album represents the element of aether, which is represented by the souls and spirits of all things, a theme closely related to the context of the album. Because the elements of fire, water and earth have already been represented by the band's first three albums Remission, Leviathan, Blood Mountain and the band's seventh album Emperor of Sand, respectively, the element of air is the only classical element which has yet to be represented by a Mastodon album, as their follow-up studio albums The Hunter and Once More 'Round the Sun do not represent an element, nor are they concept albums.
There is a paraplegic and the only way that he can go anywhere is if he astral travels. He goes out of his body, into outer space and a bit like Icarus, he goes too close to the sun, burning off the golden umbilical cord that is attached to his solar plexus. So he is in outer space and he is lost, he gets sucked into a wormhole, he ends up in the spirit realm and he talks to spirits telling them that he is not really dead. So they send him to the Russian cult, they use him in a divination and they find out his problem. They decide they are going to help him. They put his soul inside Rasputin's body. Rasputin goes to usurp the czar and he is murdered. The two souls fly out of Rasputin's body through the crack in the sky(e) and Rasputin is the wise man that is trying to lead the child home to his body because his parents have discovered him by now and think that he is dead. Rasputin needs to get him back into his body before it's too late. But they end up running into the Devil along the way and the Devil tries to steal their souls and bring them down ... there are some obstacles along the way.
My sister passed away when I was a teenager and it was awful, and there's no better way to pay tribute to a lost loved one than having an opportunity to be in a group with my friends and we make art together. Her name was Skye, so Crack the Skye means a lot of different things. For me personally, it means the moment of being told you lost someone dear to you, [that moment] is enough to crack the sky.
That song was a really, really heavy song to do. That song was about Brann's sister and how she passed away, and it was a story that I was very familiar with from knowing Brann. When he decided to do that, he called me up to talk to me about it and said "this is what I wanna do" and "I really, really want you to sing the song" and I said, you know "sure, I will". I took it really seriously and I emailed with Brann's Dad a couple of times and just talked to him about Skye, and then he sent me a photograph of her actually, and I sat there and looked at that photograph of her and just kinda meditated on her and on all of the situation, and the family and then actually set all that shit up in the studio and recorded the song with her picture there, and I just really tried to do it as real as I felt I could.
However, the digital trading mechanism is still in nascent stages, and rife with scams, hacks and copyright issues. Beeple was hit by an organized hack, for example. While artists can sometimes find financial solvency with NFTs, other times, they lose millions.
Often, this initial user and owner is the artist who created the digital asset. This registration process tethers the digital asset to the blockchain, which is an immutable, publicly auditable ledger that tracks all transactions. These transactions are performed using digital currencies, called cryptocurrencies, which can be exchanged for government-issued currency.
Some of the most common scams are ones seen all across the internet. In phishing scams, for example, strangers convince buyers to transfer NFTs or money to them by sending falsified links via emails or direct messages. Outright catfishing is more complex. Here scammers pretend to be artists or other collectors on social media, Discord and Telegram. But the most common con is copy minting fraud, in which scammers fraudulently mint art they did not create and sell it, similar to a street seller hawking unauthorized Mona Lisa prints.
Wallerstein suggests taking additional steps of verification, such as acquiring profiles that verify cryptocurrency addresses or using domain naming services, which allow artists additional ways to prove their identity online.
In order to know how to set the starting price for an NFT (and, hopefully, spark a bidding war), each of these artists encourage peers to engage with online communities collecting NFTs. The most popular platforms for this are Twitter, Discord and Telegram.
Description Daisaku Hashimura makes Hand-blown glass with cracking details. First time I saw his works, I was just amazed how cool looking they are and bought a couple of rock glasses that I have been using since. He and his wife live and make glassworks in Mazuru, beautiful coast looking out to Pacific ocean.
The Irving Penn Foundation was established to promote knowledge and understanding of the artistic legacy of Irving Penn, including the diversity of techniques, mediums, and subject matter the artist explored.
These machine-like contemporary ceramic art sculptures come to us from artist Doug Herren, who is represented by the Snyderman Works Gallery in Philadelphia. His artist statement sheds some light on the unique appearance of these works:
Posters, Prints and Proofs > from Pete's personal collection of mine and other artists. Including wild posts I created in my college days, work over the 20+ year span, rare 60s posters from Venice Beach & San Francisco.
Posters, Prints and Proofs > Music, Event, Political Posters, Art Prints, Drawings from the 60's to Present and Crack Press Art + Design studio projects > Artists | Designers featured in the show include Earl Newman, Tyler Stout, Mike King, Jim Riswold, Art Chantry, Rob-o McCallum, Borders Perrin Norrander, W+K and more.
Student to Faculty Ratio The MFA program is limited to 18 students, and accepts six per year to its three-year cohort. Predicated on a belief that direct and continuous discourse between artists fosters the most relevant growth, the Program is committed to supporting ongoing interaction between faculty, students, and our many visiting lecturers and scholars. This close-knit environment enables meaningful dynamics to form between students and faculty, allows research projects to progress from germination to completion, and provides an inclusive and interactive program for the entire graduate community.
True Interdisciplinarity The MFA program maintains an interdisciplinary structure that supports artists working across all mediums to foster relationships between artistic practices within the School as well as bridging methodologies throughout the University. In addition to generous time afforded for individual studio development, graduate students take advantage of a wealth of electives, visiting lecturers, cutting edge technologies, grant opportunities, funded external advisors, and much more.
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Established by the artist in 1989, the Keith Haring Foundation perpetuates Haring's artistic and philanthropic legacy through the preservation and circulation of his artwork and archives, and by providing grants to children in need and those affected by HIV/AIDS.
"A very significant A-Z of 21st century artists from big names like Grayson Perry and Banksy to rising stars like Lucy Mackenzie and Theaster Gates. Illuminating... Prepare to be inspired. - HungerTv.com
As the Art Director for the Timedance record label I have created covers for the various releases over the past few years. Experimental electronic music from artists such as Air Max 97, Batu, Metrist and Laksa is paired with experiments and investigations into abstract digital art.
Welcome to All Cracked Up Mosaics. My name is Tami Macala and I am very proud of this website and the mosaic artwork that it showcases. I have been a professional mosaic artist for over 15 years. Aside from being a perennial student I enjoy teaching mosaic art as well. I started the Santa Barbara School of Mosaic Art in 2009. I have created a relaxed yet instructive environment for people of all levels to learn mosaic art. Living in Santa Barbara gives me the opportunity to be inspired by so many elements. There is the Pacific ocean, the Santa Ynez mountains and our incredible climate. 2b1af7f3a8