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A type of theatrical variety show, developed in the early 1880s in America, that remained the most popular form of entertainment until radio and film supplanted
An industrial object designed to transport people or objects. Examples include cars, bicycles, airplanes, and boats.
An umbrella term used to distinguish fine art photographs from those made by non-artists for a huge range of purposes, including commercial, scientific,
A term describing moving-image artworks recorded onto magnetic tape or digital formats, or generated using other mechanisms such as image-processing tools.
Visualization design aims to make information understandable and even beautiful. It translates and synthesizes highly complex ideas and experiences into
A short-lived British avant-garde movement, formed in London in 1914, with the aim of creating art that expressed the dynamism of the modern world. Visually,