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    I'm writing and drawing a comic as many of you know. I haven't started on the drawing itself yet but I really wanted to get a cover out to get it noticed. The comic will be digital because I'm not having mistakes in the drawings in this comic but I hope y'all enjoy.

    #art #oc #bestdadicus #condecendingindescrepencies

    I'm writing and drawing a comic as many of you know. I haven't started on the drawing itself yet but I really wanted to get a cover out to get it noticed. The comic will be digital because I'm not having mistakes in the drawings in this comic but I hope y'all enjoy.

#art #oc #bestdadicus #condecendingindescrepencies
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    I'm just playing with some lighting effects! Let me know what you think. I think this turned out ok. #art #oc #illustrstion

    I'm just playing with some lighting effects! Let me know what you think. I think this turned out ok. #art #oc #illustrstion
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    Money Cheer, by M-A. “
    Nothing seem to christen the entry of the holiday season like Black Friday, an upcoming global phenomena, that originated in the United States. A day remarkable for its uniquely low-marked prices, Black Friday’s popularity sees its reach in the ever-expending consumer market, with its shadow elongating from what was formally known as Cyber Monday to Cyber week.
    Remarkably, an emblem of the holiday shopping season that remains a constant—it shows no sign of ending, regardless of the popularity of online shopping— are holiday department windows. Dating back to 1874, the holiday window displays showcase a desire to present the lavish and materialistic aspect of the holiday cheer through intricately-designed dioramas (https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/21/style/holiday-department-store-windows.html). Today, it combines a nostalgic attraction for older crowds and holds a wondrous awe to newer ones. Whether or not families continue to celebrate the holidays for their original religious purpose, businesses have found and continue to profit off old and new converts of the commercial aspects of the holidays.” Sources:
    -National Geographic Archive
    -Holiday Shopping Displays (1962-66) by Ronald Sanderson

    #holiday #christmas #commercial #capitalism #consummerism #consumerculture #windowshopping #holidayspirit #materialism #photograph #art #mtlart #mtl

    Money Cheer, by M-A. “
Nothing seem to christen the entry of the holiday season like Black Friday, an upcoming global phenomena, that originated in the United States. A day remarkable for its uniquely low-marked prices, Black Friday’s popularity sees its reach in the ever-expending consumer market, with its shadow elongating from what was formally known as Cyber Monday to Cyber week. 
Remarkably, an emblem of the holiday shopping season that remains a constant—it shows no sign of ending, regardless of the popularity of online shopping— are holiday department windows. Dating back to 1874, the holiday window displays showcase a desire to present the lavish and materialistic aspect of the holiday cheer through intricately-designed dioramas (https://www.nytimes.com/2018/11/21/style/holiday-department-store-windows.html). Today, it combines a nostalgic attraction for older crowds and holds a wondrous awe to newer ones. Whether or not families continue to celebrate the holidays for their original religious purpose, businesses have found and continue to profit off old and new converts of the commercial aspects of the holidays.” Sources:
-National Geographic Archive
-Holiday Shopping Displays (1962-66) by Ronald Sanderson

#holiday #christmas #commercial #capitalism #consummerism #consumerculture #windowshopping #holidayspirit #materialism #photograph #art #mtlart #mtl
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