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Considerations for Creators on NFTs and the Trend of Culture Currency

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NFTs have made a big splash in the art world and elsewhere, with a few fine artists selling their pieces for several millions of dollars per work. This is a major turn of events for a select group, but are NFTs having an overall positive impact on the fine art community? Should skeptical creators embrace NFTs, or is this just a passing trend that’s about to burn out?

You might be asking yourself: What even are NFTs? Essentially, NFTs (non-fungible

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The Hula-Hoop trend is back, but it’s not your childhood version

They are now throwing them into the air and twirling them around the body. Some use bright, flashing hoops. Others use multiple hoops at the same time.

Angela Presnell, who lives in Kansas City, Missouri, was mesmerized by all the Hula-Hoop activity on Instagram, so she bought a big hoop five years ago and began with the classic move: moving the hoop around her waist.

“I was instantly hooked. It was a movement mediation that I needed during that time in my life,” Presnell, 24, said. “Then over time it just followed me everywhere I went. I was going to … Read More

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The immersive arts trend — think Van Gogh — is surging in 2021

The Bay Area is fully immersed in one of the hottest art trends sweeping the planet — exhibits that send swirling colors and images of paintings, people, nature and other visual treats streaming throughout a large open space, engulfing viewers in a movable feast of ever-evolving eye candy.

“Immersive Van Gogh” made such a big hit in San Francisco, its run has been extended. In September, a similar Van Gogh exhibit — there are five touring the U.S. — comes to San Jose. And in December, it’s Monet’s turn, when an immersive show about the Impressionist painter makes its U.S.

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The latest trend in jewelry is summer camp chic

Welcome to Noticed, The Goods’ design trend column. You know that thing you’ve been seeing all over the place? Allow us to explain it.

What is it: Custom bead accessories, the famed relics of summer camp, have been resurrected to remind us that multicolored, far-out necklaces and bracelets can still make us feel cool in a post-pandemic summer. Handmade DIY bead jewelry is back, providing a source of artistic and fashion expression with glossy-coated oblong shapes. While modern pieces are still campy, they have been rebranded as maximalist statements for those looking to accessorize while reminiscing their childhood.


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I Tried That Viral Chia Seed Art Trend From TikTok & It Actually Worked

There’s a viral TikTok trend where even the botanically-inept can create their own chia seed pieces of art and of course, I had to try it myself.

So what is the chia seed trend? Well it involves adding water to chia seeds and then adding them to the head of a statue. Basically, you’re aiming for the chia seeds to sprout, so you get a beautiful head of green hair. (See: the RuPaul chia seed pet below).


#duet with @kitschculture #WerkItFromHome I HAVE NEVER NEEDED SOMETHING SO BADLY IN MY LIFE

♬ Supermodel (You Better Work) – RuPaul


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Eid al Adha 2021’s Fashion Trend Is Sustainability : NPR

Fatima Ibrahim wears Haute Hijab’s recycled chiffon hijab on Eid al-Fitr.

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Fatima Ibrahim wears Haute Hijab’s recycled chiffon hijab on Eid al-Fitr.

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This week, Muslims around the world will finally be able to debut their finest abayas, salwar kameezes, kaftans and thobes they’ve been saving in the backs of their closets for three pandemic Eids. For a growing number who have rethought their fashion choices during that time, those glitzy, intricately woven pieces will be more sustainable.

Eid al-Adha, the Muslim holiday marking the culmination of the Hajj pilgrimage, begins

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