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Untitled. Original artwork created by Zheng Chongbin in 2013. Ink and acrylic on Xuan paper.

Untitled. Original artwork created by Zheng Chongbin in 2013. Ink and acrylic on Xuan paper.

Indigo Lights Abstract Art by Brian Giberson 'Angels ex Machina' (Copper, Textured Gesso, Acrylic on Canvas)

Indigo Lights Abstract Art by Brian Giberson 'Angels ex Machina' (Copper, Textured Gesso, Acrylic on Canvas)

Untitled S-01 (2011) 150.7 x 70.5 in., Ink and acrylic on Xuan paper

Untitled S-01 (2011) 150.7 x 70.5 in., Ink and acrylic on Xuan paper

Bojagi #1. Original artwork created by SoHyun Bae in 2003. Pure pigment on rice paper on sand paper on canvas.

Bojagi #1. Original artwork created by SoHyun Bae in 2003. Pure pigment on rice paper on sand paper on canvas.

Charline Von Heyl  Untitled (Brown, White, Purple)  2003  acrylic, oil and oil stick on canvas  82 x 78 inches/208.3 x 198.1 cm

Charline Von Heyl Untitled (Brown, White, Purple) 2003 acrylic, oil and oil stick on canvas 82 x 78 inches/208.3 x 198.1 cm

blush pink | Christina Baker ✖️ART // Muse by Maike // http://musebymaike.blogspot.com.au Instagram: @musebymaike #MUSEBYMAIKE

blush pink | Christina Baker ✖️ART // Muse by Maike // http://musebymaike.blogspot.com.au Instagram: @musebymaike #MUSEBYMAIKE

I am loving this piece.  Saatchi Online Artist: Aaron Robbins; Acrylic 2012 Painting "In a Field 3"

I am loving this piece. Saatchi Online Artist: Aaron Robbins; Acrylic 2012 Painting "In a Field 3"

MOVEABLE TYPE 1.  In the Song Dynasty (960-1279), a man named Bi Sheng carved individual characters on identical pieces of fine clay. Each piece of movable type had on it one Chinese character which was carved in relief on a small block of moistened clay. After the block had been hardened by fire, the type became hard and durable and could be used wherever required. The pieces of movable type could be glued to an iron plate and easily detached from the plate.

MOVEABLE TYPE 1. In the Song Dynasty (960-1279), a man named Bi Sheng carved individual characters on identical pieces of fine clay. Each piece of movable type had on it one Chinese character which was carved in relief on a small block of moistened clay. After the block had been hardened by fire, the type became hard and durable and could be used wherever required. The pieces of movable type could be glued to an iron plate and easily detached from the plate.

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