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‘Zero’ Stop Motion Film Questions Values, Acceptance and Yarn-People Birth

‘Zero’ Stop Motion Film Questions Values, Acceptance and Yarn-People Birth

junkyardarts July 11, 2011 Comments Off on ‘Zero’ Stop Motion Film Questions Values, Acceptance and Yarn-People Birth

The off-kilter stop motion film Zero explores the concepts of caste systems, societal pressures, acceptance, the value of life and generally speaking, the feelings many of us nerdy kids (or ones with not-so-cool-when-you-are-going-through-puberty-skin-conditions) deal

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Fashion and Art – Everybody’s Doin’ It!

junkyardarts March 8, 2011 1

You don’t have to convince me that fashion is art, and it seems more and more museums are hoping on the fashion band-wagon, to much fanfare and, well, profit.  Though there are always heated

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In Depth with the Artist: Fibrevolution

In Depth with the Artist: Fibrevolution

junkyardarts March 1, 2011 2

The handmade revival of the past five years has revolutionized the way we think about the arts, craftsmen and  the fine art market place as it relates to average folk like you and me.

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