So far I have interviewed a lot of artists specialized in drawing ... but art, as you well know, does not stop only with pencils or digital tablets, but also with writing, animation, music. Therefore, I have decided to expand the showcase also for those who are experts in other sectors.
I take this column out of the drawer both because I like it in general and because I want to tell something about myself without feeling embarrassed. Strange thing to say since I'm writing this on a piece of digital paper, but I'm like that, what can I do?
I think you are all familiar with the story of the security guard who, at the Yeltsin museum in Russia, drew a pair of eyes on the human figures in Anna Leporskaya's modern work. I don't know the work, but the first thing I thought is: "Are you a huge moron?"
The word "Like" is a term that is used as an adverb or adjective to indicate a context of similarity, liking or loving.
In fact, the common use for which we see and use this term is mainly in contexts where we want to say that there is something we like.
Twitter, Facebook, TikTok, Instagram…
social networks are virtual squares where people meet to talk, argue and exchange funny pictures. Every day billions of people spend some of their time (or all of it, depending on the case) on these platforms, which have become increasingly necessary especially among teenagers.