Tips and Facts of Choosing Top Quality Watercolor Tattoos

This is a guest post by Jack Louis. Tattoo art is not only a passion for many, but it’s also an artistic way of expression, a thought is depicted in the form of art on your skin. When it comes to vivid colors, the magnificent blending of colors in regenerating life into the art, you […]

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Japanese Rice Paddy Art

The village of Inakadate in Japan boasts an unusual art called rice paddy art or tambo āto in Japanese. Villagers use various types of rice as their color palletes to produce colorful images in their rice fields. The images are inspired by Japanese culture and folklore. It takes three months to finish every single image […]

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Rhyming van Gogh

People have been arguing on how to pronounce Vincent van Gogh’s surname for years (even when there’s really nothing to debate about). An amusing little verse composed by Joe Ecclesine titled “Van Gogh, Van Gogh, Van Gogh” is an apt illustration of this: It seems rather rough On Vincent Van Guff, When those in the […]

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The Most Protected Artifacts Across the Globe

This is a guest post by John Hannen. Covering everything from intricate collections of jewels to fine pieces of art, humanity has certainly gathered together a remarkable range of precious items over history. As these items have an immense value and high insurance costs attached to them though, you may find yourself pondering how these […]

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6 Design Principles In Photography

This is a guest post by Carol James. A long time ago, a human tried to portray the best moments of his/her life in some way. This effort has led to the emergence of such art as photography. Since the first photo was made, this occupation became a favorite for millions of people. When you […]

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Gleanings From The Past #56

Living Forever I recently visited an Eastern sage and asked him, ‘Is it possible to live for ever?’ ‘Certainly,’ he replied, ‘You must undertake to do two things.’ ‘What are they?’ ‘Firstly, you must never again make any false statements.’ ‘That’s simple enough. What is the second thing I must do?’ ‘Every day you must […]

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Learn Fun Facts’ Monthly Miscellany, March 2018

Random Ramblings The Worst Possible Superpowers This is inspired by Masercot’s fun post with the same title. — The sporadic ability to run through walls. — The psychic power to break any of your own bone with just a thought. — The power to steal anyone’s superpower in a world where no one possesses any […]

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Learn Fun Facts’ Monthly Miscellany, February 2018

Random Ramblings Multiple Blogs I admire people who could manage multiple blogs. It’s hard to think how they pull it off considering that I already find it difficult to manage one. Blogging takes a lot of time and commitment. It’s not about just creating content, then doing nothing. Promoting your content and interacting with your […]

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Learn Fun Facts’ Monthly Miscellany, January 2018

As if there’s not series on Learn Fun Facts, I decided to start another one. To tell you the truth, I’m still not sure what in the world should I should write here. So any suggestions are welcome. I suppose that I’ll just see how this series will develop. Random Ramblings What’s up with That? […]

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50 Random Fun Facts

1. Steve Wozniak, the co-founder of Apple, was the first owner of the phone number 888-888-8888. Unfortunately, he found it unusable since he received more than a hundred phone calls per day from kids playing with phones. 2. FORTY is the only number in the English language which letters are in alphabetical order. In Spanish, […]

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