Woman creates an NFT artwork out of Instagram messages with a celebrity.
Still Life with Ham, by Philippe Rousseau, c. 1870. The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Collection, Wolfe Fund, 1982.
Volume IV, Number 3 | summer 2011
As a young man studying in Amsterdam, Vincent van Gogh on August 18, 1877, wrote to his brother Theo, “I breakfasted on a piece of dry bread and a glass of beer—that is what Dickens advises for those who are on the point of committing suicide, as being a good way to keep them, at least for some time, from their purpose.”
The belly is the reason why man does not mistake himself for a god.—Friedrich Nietzsche, 1886
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