Kurt Cobain’s cartoon self-portrait sells for almost $ 300,000 at auction

A cartoon drawn by Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain sold for $ 281,000 (£ 199,000) at an auction, more than 28 times its estimated value. The drawing, done in black felt on stationery from the TNT Music Center in Singapore, shows a scribbled character playing the guitar and the words, “I …

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Competition outcome is expected to boost coffee production in Western Negros

FOR a coffee grower in the city of Murcia, the fact that his robusta beans are rated “good” in the recent Philippine Coffee Quality Competition (PCQC) in 2021, encourages his fellow farmers in Negrense, especially those in the locality , to embark on the production of quality coffee. . Teddy …

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You can get 5 * luxury for 3 * prices in these 10 European cities

Everyone deserves a little luxury, and now that travel is opening up, it is becoming a possibility. But how can you enjoy an opulent vacation without breaking the bank? Fear not, because Luxury Hotel Review has compiled a list of 10 European cities with the cheapest 5 * resorts. With …

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Why some investors prefer art over real estate as the real estate market heats up

Artist Tania Blanchard had just finished building a new home studio when COVID-19 hit and, as the economy plunged into recession, she began to feel nervous. Key points: Auction houses say art sales have doubled since COVID-19 hit More and more investors favor art over real estate The new HOTA …

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What happened to the Kmart art collection?

Other works were not so easy to unload. The sculpture (it’s also a sundial!) “Time Myth”, by sculptor John Piet, commissioned by Kmart for $ 800,000 in 1976, did not meet any reserve at auction. A museum director in Traverse City attempted to get the artwork moved to Open Space …

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The trio creates “Portals” during a tumultuous year

Online viewing rooms, the virtual sales spaces created by art fairs, mushroomed at the start of the pandemic when collectors, curators and art world players were crowded into their homes. But do these parts, or OVRs, still have mileage? Maintaining the art trade’s interest in digital businesses has been a …

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Shozo Street is “holy ground” for coffee lovers

Nasu, Tochigi Pref. – The town of Kuroiso in the mountainous highlands of Nasu in Tochigi Prefecture, with its retro streets and relaxed vibe, may seem an unlikely candidate for one of the country’s top coffee culture destinations. But the region has in fact been dubbed ‘sacred land for coffee …

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Triptcip launches creative NFT hub for electronic music artists

With Triptcip, electronic music artists can create stunning visuals to promote their music LONDON – June 11, 2021 – Triptcip has built a new NFT hub that helps electronic music artists create stunning visuals for their music and generate an independent revenue stream through auctions. The NFT hub combines the …

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Britney Spears’ handwritten letters to her high school boyfriend up for auction

Britney Spears’ handwritten letters to her high school boyfriend are part of a mine of musical memories gone under the hammer. The pop singer was dating Donald “Reg” Jones from her hometown of McComb, Missouri, when she was on the verge of stardom. Spears, 39, broke up with his childhood …

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Engagement Rings Market to Experience ‘Explosive Growth’ by 2026 |

Engagement Rings Market What is the future of the global engagement ring market? Compare yourself with the strategic milestones and conclusions recently published by WADA. According to a survey, the engagement rings market will reach significant revenue in the future with a CAGR (compound annual growth rate) of XX%. The …

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