For many years, John Ronald Reuel Tolkien, better known as J.R.R. Tolkien, has been in the public eye, not because of a celebrity status or a sports score, but due to his remarkable imagination. The author of the classic children books, “The Hobbit, or There and Back Again, better known by its abbreviated title “The Hobbit, and “The Lord of the Rings,” which was what the wildly popular films of the same or similar names were based on, was born in Bloemfontein in the Orange Free State (now Free State Province in South Africa), on January 3rd 1892.
The 20th-century American painter and illustrator, Norman Rockwell, is well-known for his artwork, which often reflected the American culture, as well as, the cover illustrations he did over four decades for the Saturday Evening Post magazine. Although many of us recognize Rockwell’s paintings, there is a lot we don’t know about the man himself or what inspired his popular artwork.
The excitement. The need. The deal. All of these things contribute to America’s belief in infomercials. The art that the late, great Billy Mays mastered continues on and is hotter than ever. Why do we Read On »
Disney characters are usually always on the “cutesy” side of animation and rightfully so, since their targeted market is for kids. However, the talented Tim Shumate might make you want to have a second glance Read On »
Smartphones or cell phones are items most of us possess and often list as one we could not live without. Our mobile devices have literally become attached to our hips and are what we use to stay connected to family and friends no matter the place or time. Although we have become addicted to these mobile gadgets, there has been some concern about the health risks they produce, which is why many of us use Bluetooth or hands-free accessories, but what if your phone was no longer a device at all, but instead, an extension of your body.
Spiders are often looked at as scary and terrifying creatures. They jump, scurry across floors, and hide in all different kinds of nooks and crannies. Spiders are found all over the world and in some places these Arachnids are enormous, highly poisonous and incredibly ferocious.
When creating an account with Pinterest, as with any other online account, it’s the smaller details that count. Skipping steps or taking shortcuts will ultimately affect the outcome you are looking for when signing up to Pinterest. Sharing photos on-site or via other social networks can be time consuming, so it is best to make sure you are doing everything right the first time.