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Trash To Treasure: From Toilets To Tiles
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Central Park In The Fall is a 2010 work by "Painter of Light" artist Thomas Kinkade. The park, Kinkade writes, "is a place where a quick cab ride lets you escape the big city and immerse yourself in nature's brilliant color palette." Thomas Kinkade hide caption

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Dark Times Befall 'Painter Of Light' Thomas Kinkade
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Chagall's Ode To Chicago Is Brightly Back
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Strips On Sound: Artist Ed Ruscha Inspires Nels Cline
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Jack Zylkin's USB Typewriter allows you to write emails from an old manual typewriter. Jack Zylkin hide caption

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DIY 'Hackers' Tinker Everyday Things Into Treasure
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Painting The Future: Rockman Blends Reality, Fantasy
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Beatles' Photographer Astrid Kirchherr Opens Up
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The Simultania Project: One Worldwide Minute Of Life
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Smithsonian Collection Celebrates Historic African Art
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