CULTURAL ENVIRONMENTS BY ANDRES GAMIOCHIPI

by Ariadna Zierold

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AndrĂ©s Gamiochipi is a Mexican-born artist that combines cultural and geographical elements within collages that at first glance generate visual impact. Gamiochipi’s work is often influenced by attributes and the cultural environment of his hometown. Through a smile he shows his unconcern to deliver messages with extreme nuances.

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With each carefully placed cut, Gamiochipi fills his work with rich textures, shades and patterns, and without fear ensures that his collages express his beliefs and convictions. Gamiochipi produces addictive pieces of art, which demonstrates his ability for reflection and fun in the day to day.

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8 Jules Verne Inventions That Came True

Posted from The Citrus Report

Wondering why Google is especially fancy today? It’s in celebration of Jules Verne’s Birthday! National Geographic has an article about the 8 inventions Mr. Verne wrote about in the late 1800′s that actually came true. You can also enjoy the video below.

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