Batman Sketch

Obviously belongs to DC Comics


Merry Christmas!

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In 1598 Michel de Montaigne wrote:


“There is nothing more notable in Socrates than that he found time, when he was an old man, to learn music and dancing, and thought it time well spent.”



“Putting on fierce boots is an instant pick-me-up.”


-Nina Garcia, Fashion Editor of Marie Claire as quoted in the New York Times



“Unless you take big risks you are not going to learn a lot… the interesting things that happen in life involve precipices.”

-Robert Storr, 11/19/10, Austin, TX



World War I ends on this day, in 1918. “At the eleventh hour, on the eleventh day, of the eleventh month…” How might you commemorate this day with an image? Do a little research- why was it called “The War to End All Wars?” What visual symbols remain, to this day, that serve to remind us of World War I?




“Olive oil has been more than mere food to the peoples of the Mediterranean: it has been medicinal, magical, an endless source of fascination and wonder and the fountain of great wealth and power. The olive tree, symbol of abundance, glory and peace, gave its leafy branches to crown the victorious in friendly games and bloody war, and the oil of its fruit has anointed the noblest of heads throughout history.