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A trip to ICON in Detroit this past July had me look a little deeper at its music history – particularly the soul music that arose in the 1960’s. These are just some of the badass women who's songs that still resonate today – as well as some of the places that gave birth to a vibrant music industry.
I created a Spotify playlist of the artists included in my map, listen here: http://ow.ly/eGhV30lyq0b
I had the opportunity to visit Detroit in July for the ICON10 Illustration conference. One of the events was a tour of many of the public art spots in the city, and many local artists/activists spoke at the conference. I was blown away by the amount of grassroots engagement in art and placemaking, helping transform the city in a positive way. This map includes the Instagram handles for many of the artists and institutions I had the pleasure of learning about. I hope you'll give them a follow and learn more.
In 2000 due to road widening and construction of the original red-brick sidewalks laid into the granite floor. Arts Festival 2004, freshwater, fresh water to the artist in the way of firing pottery in Old Street at the entrance to the artistic creation of about 16 meters wall, and put the word for "Art Hang Shanghai last." Chung Cheng Road area can still see Taiwan's long tradition of multi-span style street houses, along the Mackay statue park there, and fresh water Cingshueiyan other monuments.
A lot of famous, timeless artists hung out in the Provence and Cote D'Azur at the turn of the last century. All the big names are there (and even more I couldn't include). Like everyone else I love the works of van Gogh, Cezanne, Matisse and Picasso and I hope I can use this map one day as a travel companion when I explore the art of Southern France!!
This place is a beautiful place you should visit once in your life! You can see many of amazing architecture in Deoksukung Palace and around this area. In autumn, This is a good place to see the fall foliage while walking along the stonewall.
If you visit Tokyo and get a chance to come around Shinjuku area, I’d like to introduce you to this amazing art supply store called SEKAIDO. In this 6 story building, you’ll find absolutely everything to make arts and craft. Stationery, papers, paintings, paintbrushes, sculpturing, clay, frames, office supplies, I can go on forever! SEKAIDO truly is an artist’s heaven and it’s the cheapest in the town! I usually meander around on the 1st floor checking on new items and always buy MONO erasers and different sizes of double-sided tapes. Then I go to the 2nd floor to savor beautiful papers, and the 3rd floor to indulge myself into the sea of colorful paintings and pastels! To finish off, I have yummy ice cream sundaes at a lovely tea lounge on the 5th floor. This place is a paradise. I wish I could live on its rooftop and be surrounded by the sea of art supplies everyday!