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Turquoise blue mosaic square tile wall decal set. Cute mozaik pattern design. Tiled squares. Decorative home decor for bathroom, bedroom, toilet etc. Elegant decorations and accessories for home, hotel, office etc. Pretty supplies for interior design.
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Apparently, Etsy now thinks Confederate flags are “inconsistent” with its values. Up until Tuesday afternoon, the online marketplace known for its artisan and handcrafted wares had 24 pages of items with images of the Southern separatist banner for sale on its website. But, like other retailers in the wake of last week’s nine shooting deaths in a historic black church in Charleston, South Carolina, Etsy said on Tuesday that it would pull all of the Confederate flag merchandise on its website. Amazon and eBay also said on Tuesday that they would remove any merchandise that had the Confederate flag on it. That follows a number of large retailers, including Walmart, that have also removed the flags and items with images of the flags from... The primary suspect in the shooting, Dylan Storm Roof, appeared in photos holding the Confederate flag. A number of high profile CEOs have said that the flag should be removed from the grounds of the South Carolina statehouse. The state’s governor, Nikki Haley, echoed that sentiment on Monday. Etsy told Fortune that its website is “not a curated marketplace. ” But it says that it does prohibit the sale of some merchandise, including items that “simply are not in the spirit of Etsy. ” The company also says that it prohibits items that glorify hate groups, including the Klu Klux Klan. But it says it does allow items that have an “educational, historical, or artistic value. ” Last September, the company banned the Redskin name and logo of the Washington, D. C. football team. At the time, Etsy said that it found “the opinion of the minority group itself to carry most weight in determining whether the mascot is disparaging. ” Nonetheless, the company continued to sell Confederate flags, as well as this swastika guitar pick. Many have long viewed the Confederate flag as a symbol of hatred. The NAACP this weekend staged rallies to call for the flag to be removed from South Carolina’s state capitol. On Tuesday in a statement to Fortune , Etsy said, “With each new application of our policies, we strive to strike the right balance between creative freedom, Etsy’s values, and establishing a safe and respectful marketplace for members. The challenge of defining and eliminating offensive items raises deep and complex issues — both philosophical and pragmatic — which we at Etsy wrestle with regularly. We strive to think about our site holistically and determine. Source: fortune.com
“The CHA and its members are seeing an increased interest in creative arts, and across all generational lines,” says Andrej Suskavcevic, president and chief executive officer of the CHA. That’s reflected in the brisk business at small independent craft studios here that host classes, retreats and parties — or just provide workspace and materials — for the do-it-yourself crowd. So if you’re ready to pick up a paint brush or grab a glue gun, here’s a sampling of some options in Lancaster County where you can indulge your creative instinct. Art and a Bottle. Where: 1180 Erbs Quarry Road #4, Lititz. Hours: Open studio time 12 to 5 p. m. Wednesday through Saturday. classes scheduled at other times. Price: $10 to $35. More: artandabottle. Jonathan and Joelle Lauchner opened Art and a Bottle in November after taking a similar instructor-led paint class in Philadelphia. The business has been very well received, Jonathan Lauchner says. “We found that people really enjoy painting and this takes the fear out of it because they’re being led step-by-step by a professional artist,” he says. “It’s simplifying and demystifying art for them. The Lauchners contract with local artists who teach classes in group settings. It makes a perfect option for anything from a bachelorette party to corporate retreats or a girls’ night out. “It’s something different than going out to a restaurant or bar with a group of friends,” he says. “It’s a fresh idea. The “bottle” part of the name comes from the BYOB aspect of the painting parties. “Alcohol is a great ice breaker and we find that a lot of people need a little liquid courage before they put paint on the canvas,” Lauchner says. Most of Art and a Bottle’s classes are geared toward adults, but the business is looking to expand its offerings for children, due to customer demand, and will offer camps for kids this summer. Along with structured classes, the business features open studio time when anyone can come in and use supplies and paint without instruction. Lauchner estimates that 95 percent of Art and a Bottle customers have never painted before they step foot in the door, but they find a welcoming atmosphere in the classes. “It’s relaxing and not a very serious class,” he says. “The classes are not threatening and the artists are easy to follow. … When people leave a class,. Source: lancasteronline.com
I wish I hadn’t, but the other day I stumbled across an essay on PetaPixel entitled 12 Reasons Photographers Still Choose to Shoot Film over Digital . Bravely, the writer had polled his associates who shoot film and culled their responses down to... I shook my head sadly, because I’d heard them all many times before. But the worst part came next. I scrolled down to the comments section. I tried mightily to avert my eyes, but I couldn’t, and the lurid spectacle of grown men and women (but mostly men) verbally beating the living daylights out of each other while thousands cheered them on from the cheap seats proved too much for me.... He cites an “incredibly dull” BBC article and its assertion that photographers are moving back to film in droves. He is far too kind — that BBC article was B-B- BAD. Film may not be dead, but you’re going to have to come up with something better than that to convince me that it hasn’t entered late stage dementia. Speaking of which, I must be off my rocker to want to step into the ring with all you guys and gals (but we all know you’re mostly guys) sporting Topcon Super D’s on your shoulder, Weston Master V’s around your neck, and a brick or two of 40 year... And to do it right here on PetaPixel , the photosphere’s equivalent of Madison Square Garden — surely, I must be punch drunk. But here goes, anyway — yet another bout in the endless film vs. digital slugfest. This one’s scheduled to go twelve rounds, so cue the dame in the skimpy outfit, put up your dukes and come out fighting. No hitting below the belt (although accidents do happen) and may the best sensitized surface win. Film Photography Was Already Perfect. By definition, “perfect” is an irrefutable state that cannot be challenged or exceeded, and there is yet to be an imaging technology that was not or will not be improved upon. The very existence of digital photography and its adherents’ belief in its superior nature is but one example, as was every incremental “revolutionary” step forward in film technology. Pick a point in time, and photography, film or digital, has always simply been adequate for its intended purpose and has always been improved upon. Source: petapixel.com
Etsy says it is in the process of taking the Confederate flag items down, but as of 3 p.m. EST, some of the most offensive items, including a Confederate flag gun decal, were still available for sale on its website. Here are some of the other items
Her business offers paint-your-own pottery, mosaic making, glass fusing, pottery wheels and canvas painting classes. “Glass fusing is a special type of glass that you layer together and melt down to make one solid piece,” Switch says, noting that the
I wish I hadn't, but the other day I stumbled across an essay on PetaPixel entitled 12 Reasons Photographers Still Choose to Shoot Film over Digital. Bravely, the writer had polled his associates who shoot film and culled their responses down to a
There's also a shiny red 2000 Corvette convertible in the yard with a decal of Jim in costume on the hood of the car. The entrance gates are The bottom of the Reese swimming pool features a life-size mosaic figure of Elvis. Elvis lights are on the
KINGS MOUNTAIN, N.C. — Debbie Dills thought the black Hyundai next to her at a stoplight looked familiar — it had a South Carolina tag and a white decal on the front. Her heart raced when she saw the driver, the bowlcut-wearing white man who
Cherry-colored decals coating the station — both at street level and ... He has worked closely with the Freedom Fighters over the past two years to install a mosaic in the station which memorialized Moore. " We bruised our relationship with Temple ...