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NFL Players Inc. to Sponsor Licensing Expo 2014 Opening Night Party
PR Newswire — June 16, 2014
Advanstar Licensing, organizers of the 2014 Licensing Expo, the world's largest and most influential licensing trade show, today announced that NFL Players Inc. (NFLPI) is the headline sponsor of the annual Licensing Expo All-Industry Opening Night Party.

International Art Elite Join Line-Up for Elephant Parade: Welcome to America in Dana Point
Elephant Parade USA — July 23, 2013
DANA POINT, Calif. (July 23, 2013) A coastal favorite for savvy world travelers,The Resorts of Dana Point will be host to the international art elite during the U.S. debut of Elephant Parade, a ten-week open-air exhibition launching August 23, 2013. A sneak peek of the open-air art exhibition's star-studded artist line-up includes international poet of paint Chor Boogie, rising Mumbai jewelry designer Mira Gulati and world-renowned pin-up artist OliviaDeBerardinis.

Warhol to Sell on ArtMoose
monicawarhol.com — July 20, 2013
C3 Entertainment, Inc. announced a new license with ArtMoose for renowned artist Monica Warhol

'Gone With the Wind' Museum to Celebrate 10th Anniversary
West Cobb Patch — April 25, 2013
World Famous Artist Joe Yakovetic will paint a likeness of actress Ann Rutherford from her role as Carreen O'Hara's sister to Scarlett in the film

Andy Warhol lost then found: tender portrait of artist in 1981
The Gaurdian — April 24, 2013
British photographer Steve Wood saw the truth about Warhol, writes Jonathan Jones

Suite Memories: Art for JFK and Jackie
ARTnews — April 23, 2013
An exhibition in Texas reassembles the art that decorated the Kennedys' hotel suite on the night before the president was assassinated

Artistic revolution follows 2011 uprising in Egypt
The Gaurdian — April 22, 2013
Egyptian artists find new freedom after fall of Hosni Mubarak -- but some fear more repression is around the corner

The Official Truth: Flowers That Trick the Eye
ARTnews — April 16, 2013
Heide Hatry's hairy, scary, florals. In Heide Hatry's photograph Spisulae solidissimae tonsae rubrae, what appears to be a red rose sprouts from a thorny green stem. But on closer inspection the petals have a spongy texture, and a Google search reveals that the Latin title denotes another being entirely: a clam.