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Petal is developed in a minimalistic yet creative way so that your projects stand out from the crowd. It’s versatile, so it can be used in many purposes like – portfolios, agencies, freelancers, creative group, artists, professionals and much more. It is quick to setup and easy to customize. All pages, posts, projects, mega menus, layout blocks (headers, footers, quick sidebars…) are included as Visual Composer templates so you can create a new page with…

Many people attribute Frank Lloyd Wright with “fathering” of the modern architectural era but he was just one of many contemporaries that studied at the feet of Louis Sullivan (the coiner of the phrase “form ever follows function,” and, by extension, the architects of the ancient and Renaissance eras. Still, his design for the Guggenheim Museum in New York City is, unarguably, a feat of defiant genius. This squat building has no corners. It is…

I’m always amazed at how fast things develop nowadays. We are living a time when all the branches of art are intertwined; fashion and architecture for instance are no longer clearly delimited. It’s really hard to keep up with the constant changes all the subfields of art are going through, but it’s important to do it, especially if it’s your job. And even if you’re not a professional artist, I would say that filtering the…

Shopping can be hectic and overwhelming, and that is the reason so many people are now resorting to shopping for products from groceries to furniture by browsing the web. However, if you are one of those hesitant online shoppers, then do not worry because you are not alone. Even after so many years of secure and advance online shopping, people have their insecurities and objection due to many reasons. One of the main reasons is…