Speed Tutorial Gimp 2.8 (ITA) – Effetto Andy Warhol – Andy Warhol Effect

Gimp 2.8 Tutorial (ITA) | Photoshop Alternative | – In questo video tutorial ho trasformato un’immagine in stile pop art, simile alla famosissima opera di Andy Warhol, senza l’aiuto di un filtro specifico per ottenere questo effetto.

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In this video tutorial I made an image in pop art style, similar to the famous work of Andy Warhol, without the help of a specific filter to achieve this effect.

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If Someone is Erasing Or Deleting Their Text Messages, is it a Sign of Cheating?

I often hear from people who can’t help but notice that their husband, wife, boyfriend, or girlfriend has been increasingly sending and receiving text messages. However, when they go to check up on those texts, they’ve often been deleted or erased.

I often hear comments like: “my husband will go and try to find privacy when he’s texting. I’ll see he has a mischievous and excited look on his face and I get a feeling of dread in the pit of my stomach. But, when I get a hold of the phone later to see who he’s been texting and what he’s been saying, I find that he’s deleted his entire history. He also does not like to part with the phone and mostly keeps it on him at all times. What is going on? Should I be concerned that he’s cheating on me and using his cell phone to do it?”

These concerns are most definitely valid. Statistics show that it’s increasingly common for people to get caught cheating from their cell phones. And, it’s very tempting for cheaters to sending playful and flirtatious texts to someone who you are cheating with. Plus, the cheater often thinks that all they have to do is hit the delete button to erase all evidence of wrongdoing. (This assumption can be just plain wrong.)

If you confront your loved one about the deleted texts, they’ll often tell you that they were trying to save memory on their phone or that it’s just their habit not to let their messages clutter up their phone. And, I suppose there are cases where this is a valid excuse. But, it will often help to look at how soon after the message’s use that they are actually deleting it. It’s less problematic if they let the message sit there for days or weeks before they get around to erasing it. But, if they’re erasing immediately after it’s sent or received, then this becomes a good bit more suspicious.

If your loved one is even reasonably tech savvy (and they likely are if they’re constantly messaging,) then they likely know that they can easily set their phone to automatically delete old messages after a specified period of time so that having to go in and manually do this is really over kill.

What To Do When Your Loved One Is Constantly Deleting Their Texts: As I see it, you have a few choices here. You can ask or confront them about this, but I have to tell you that an extremely large majority of cheaters will firmly deny any wrong doing. You can ask yourself if there are any places where you’re seeing odd behaviors (like at the computer) and then try to follow up and check those places. You can also check the call log, photos, and sent emails. There is software that allows you to go back in and read the texts and only you can decide if you want to take this that far.

I think it often comes down to the other behaviors that surround the messaging and whether or not you believe that this is all innocent or not. And, if you’ve found this article, I suspect that you might feel like there is more to this than saving phone memory. Sometimes this isn’t the case, but many times, it is.

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Fashion Icons with Fern Mallis: André Leon Talley on Andy Warhol, Anna Wintour’s Wedding

Fashion guru André Leon Talley has been front and center at fashion shows for nearly three decades and is a tireless supporter of young artists and designers. Here he tells Fern Mallis about shopping at Hermes in the days of layaway, his friendship with Karl Lagerfeld and Andy Warhol, Anna Wintour’s wedding, and more.

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Between 1964 to 1966, Andy Warhol shot over 500 silent, slow-motion films on 16mm black-and-white portraits depicting the lives of popular individuals who frequented the factory, including Bob Dylan, Lou Reed, Rufus Collins, Edie Sedgwick, Allen Ginsberg and Nico. Warhol’s films were motivated by his fascination with individuals and his desire to capture the actual experience of living.

Freddy Herko was a famous, talented dancer who starred in Warhol’s “Haircut” (1963). Andy Warhol said, “the people I love were the ones like Freddy, the leftovers of show business, turned down at auditions all over town. They couldn’t do something more than once, but their one time was better than anyone else’s.” In Warhol’s screen test, Herko tends to fidget as he smokes and moves around, but is clearly shown as both exhausted and thin. A few months after this screen test was recorded, Herko flung himself out of Johnny Dodd’s apartment window, which was five flights up from Cornelia Street.

Andy Warhol, Screen Test: Freddy Herko, 1964, 16mm film, black and white, silent, 4 minutes at 16 frames per second.



Andy Warhol & Superstar Bianca Jagger Interviews Steven Spielberg → http://youtu.be/ebGerVJ-efc
Andy Warhol: A Different Idea of Love → http://youtu.be/IHbWcMxCtR0
Andy Warhol Screenprinting → http://youtu.be/R_6f1AJQ3eo
Andy Warhol Appropriation & Copyright → http://youtu.be/IOsgjKVES80



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