4058181 Romero Britto Minnie Mouse with Flowers Disney

Designed by Pop artist Romero Britto, Minnie Mouse comes to life in vibrant colour. Her “diamond dusted’ daisy will light up anyone’s dreary day. A great Birthday, Valentine ‘s Day or a just because gift for those close to your heart. Figurine is made from resin. Product is supplied in branded Disney Britto gift box. Unique variations should be expected as product is hand painted. Not a toy or children’s product. Intended for adults only.


Sketchbook Project and V-Fold Pop-up Art Journal

In this video, I share my first page in my Sketchbook Project journal. ( #sbpprocess #sketchbookproject )

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I also made this pop-up using only V-folds that I showed how to make in my last tutorial video.

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WHAT: I share art process videos of my art journaling and watercolor experiments. I also throw in a tutorial for your enjoyment.

WHEN: I post every Friday!


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Disney Products Vlog Week of February 1, 2016

Watch as we talk about several different Disney Products that we LOVE! Please subscribe, give us a thumbs up, and comment! We would love to hear from you! Thanks so much! We hope you have a magical day!

Watch as we talk about Lenox Disney Love Struck Mickey, the Disney Side app, the Journey of the Little Mermaid, Mickey Shaped Veggie Chips, Lindsay’s Mickey Mouse Trophy, Britto Belle, and Mickey Mouse shaped plastic coasters!

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VAMPİR KÖPEK / vampire dog.2012.HEMEN ABONE OL !

tür:aile komedi… 16 Şubat 2012 tarihinde gösterime girmiş bir yapım ..Ace dedesinin Transilvanyalı köpeği Fang ona miras kalmadan önce okuldaki her yeni çocuk gibidir. Ama Fang sıradan bir köpek değildir. O gerçekten kaseden marmelat yalayan ve hatta İngilizce konuşan bir vampir köpektir. Bu uyumsuz ikili bir araya geldiğinde, takım çalışması ve cesaretle her şeyin mümkün olduğunu keşfederlYönetmen: Geoff Anderson
Film müziğinin bestecisi: Ben Lumsden
Senaryo: Tracy McMenemy
Oyuncu direktörü: Carmen Kotyk
Collin MacKechnie

Julia Sarah Stone

Amy Matysio
Dr. Warhol


Cesare Paciotti Stand Micam show 2018 Video Blog by Simona Cochi “The Italian Way from Milan”

Cesare Paciotti Stand Micam show 2018

Paciotti by Midnight is a collection that balances practicality with symbolism and drama—Kokosar also cited Andy Warhol’s Pop Art as a reference in her design process.

My Youtube Channel Manifesto
I’ve just get back in Milan after a year and a half abroad.
During my trip I’ve been researching about the different lifestyle trends and business dynamics in the various European fashion and design districts.

Dublin, London, Bicester, Oxforord, Mancester, Copenhagen, Vienna and Ibiza inspired me each one of them in a different way.
I grab a camera at the first shopping mall on the way and I decided to create a Vblog on Youtube.
I’ll do my videos in English, Italian and from time to time in Chinese! (with someone help). I will be struggling to perform my best english skills!
Anyhow I want to express myself in this global language.
My main goal is to strengthen and use foreign contacts to support and make foreing people better understand the alchemy of Italian style and its local and international protagonists.
​The aim of my vblog is to explain with my reportage how Fashion, Design and Lifestyle are so important to develop and animate the two districts: Quadrilatero and Gae Aulenti.
I will be covering some of the iconic spots of Milan along with Fashion and Design weeks.
We will discover together the mechanisms and concepts about the Entertainment Design and the New Entertainment Retail. I hope you will enjoy it.
​p.s. as a Vblogger I am a beginner!
Thank you
Simona Cochi


Domestic Political Concerns

Domestic political concerns in part explain, but scarcely excuse, the frequent hostility to multilateral undertakings, institutions, and ideology expressed by and through policymaking and diplomatic elites. Especially since the end of the Cold War, consensus among elected officials on foreign policy matters has substantially collapsed, with the major political parties taking up adversarial views on the merits of international involvements. This new political culture has latched on to the tense relationship between the US and UN that accompanied the growth of the non-aligned movement during the 1970s and its control of the General Assembly. The lunatic fringe now worries not about the Communist International, but the UN’s black helicopters seeking to subjugate America to world government; the Republican electoral success in 1994 hinged on their “Contract with America” platform, one plank of which called for legislation to ensure that “No US troops [operate] under UN command..” The decade-long refusal of the US to pay its full mandatory dues to the UN emerged from the same sort of politics, joined with legitimate custodial concerns about fiscal and administrative management in the organization. American presidential politics, long the electorate’s focus for foreign-policy concerns, have of late put the issue of the authority of international organizations in the forefront of the public agenda.

Whatever the merits of unilateral undertakings, there is no value at all in the world’s most powerful state issuing gratuitous insults to multilateral fora. Yet some in the US persist in doing just this, through policy behavior and the anti-internationalist rhetoric of distinguished commentators. Thus Charles Krauthammer: the United General Assembly is “a playground for the most powerless nations on earth to rant and vent their rage at the powerful.” One Permanent Representative, the Spanish Ambassador, lamented the hostility American tactics engender:

The United States is, by its actions, setting a devastating example. The wealthiest nation in the world has chosen not to honor its dues to the organization that it helped create, and of which it is the most important member.. The leader of the free world went over a year without appointing an ambassador to the body entrusted with the task of securing and upholding international peace.. The United States does not even sign or ratify treaties whose propriety is acknow­ledged unanimously by the international community.. All these actions harm the United Nations beyond description, not only because the United States is one of the world’s foremost democratic states, but also because of the US standing as the sole superpower. The immediate effect thereof is both contagious and harmful.

There is a good reason debate and process are of value to states lacking the wherewithal to act outside of sanctioned institutions, and even officials animated by Realpolitik and committed to preserving unilateral options should by word and deed allow multilateral institutions to fill whatever space they may competently and effectively occupy. American victory in the Cold War destabilized the balance that had earlier provided many smaller states with some measure of security, if only the thin assurance of predictable antagonisms; when that balance was lost, those states turned even more urgently to the international order just as some in the US felt liberated to conduct policy without substantial multilateral consultation. Lingering distaste for the

General Assembly among some US policy elites appears at times to emerge as a concern that even engagement with the Security Council might subordinate American action to dominance of the poorer, southern nations in the membership as a whole. This is a serious mistake; both the General Assembly and Security Council can serve or impair US interests, but they do so in profoundly different ways, and the general ineffectiveness of the General Assembly-which was, in a sense, designed to be in- effective-reflects little on the potential effectiveness of the Security Council when sitting in its role as guarantor of security.


Cognitive dissonance regarding the nature of the international order can produce destructive reverberations throughout international politics. As some states become comparatively incapable of executing major diplomatic enterprises outside of multilateral bodies, their own resentments at this fact may surface in the form of excessive faith in the competence of the body to succeed in whatever it undertakes. Failures by the multilateral organ will then only reinforce a dominant actor’s tendency to see the organ as an unnecessary, even silly, sideline to the real business of in­ternational politics, further alienating the two. Neither strategy is stable, and for all the reasons that the present international institutions were built following the World War II: Without a means for dissipating political costs throughout the states favoring a costly undertaking, norms will be under-enforced and miscreants allowed to thrive. Without a reliable way to involve the wealthiest states in the affairs of the poorer, the former will grow inattentive and the latter unstable.

Just as unilateralists may now overlook these instrumental values, so too have multilateralists come to adopt an excessively Kantian view of unilateral pursuits, supposing that the admixture of a single nation’s interest irrevocably taints an otherwise worthwhile undertaking. But nation-states are not mere atavisms, national interest not synonymous with hegemony, and political elites cannot be expected to move about the international plane with disregard for the demands of or possible benefits to domestic constituencies. At the same time, though marginal states may hope to expand their own political resources through the legitimacy of multilateral regimes, opposition to the affairs of a dominant actor is hardly the reason such states find international procedures so attractive. The interdependency of the multilateral and the unilateral, the decision-making powers of the group and the executive efficiency of the strong, are likely more than transient phenomena. Scarce political capital ought not be wasted disparaging a potentially worthwhile arrangement.

Inside the Acid House Scene – Part One

Acid House was branded by Chicago DJs who were experimenting with the Roland TB-303 electronic synthesiser-sequencer in the mid-1980s. The TB (Transistor Bass) was originally developed with guitarists in mind, to provide them with bass accompaniment for when they were practicing. The word acid was used to describe the acid, squelchy sound that the synthesiser produced. From Chicago, the sound spread to the United Kingdom, Europe and Australia through the growing rave scene.

It differed to the prevalent other sounds of the rave scene such as house and techno. Acid house was more minimalist, absent of much instrumentation, creating a harder sound. It shared the common 4/4 rhythm of house and techno but it was pounded into much harder rhythms. The London club Shoom was one of the first to introduce the acid house sound to the clubbers of England in 1987. The club was run by DJ Danny Rampling and his wife Jenny in Southwark, London, to an exclusive, small number of devotees. But a secret that good, could not be contained and acid house spread like wildfire through the city of London and out into the counties and throughout England, kicking off what became known as the Second Summer of Love.

It was a sociological phenomenon, transforming youth culture, as people united under the banner of acid house, taking ecstasy, throwing illegal raves, everything was harmonious, all was love, just like San Francisco two decades previously, ergo The Second Summer of Love. Another club, Trip opened in 1988, droves flocked into it, partying until the early hours, the scene was grabbing headlines for hedonism and decadence.

Source by Russell Shortt