Chris Hughes

Beyond the Surface: Tracing Viking Lives in Sundbyberg’s Runes

Amidst the Viking relics of Sundbyberg, Sweden, two runestones stand as silent sentinels, their origins dating back to the early 12th century. The earlier of the pair, runestone U77, stands in its original location just north of Ör, near Råsta Gård. This formidable slab of grey granite, weighing several tonnes and standing 1.75 metres tall, …

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How Artists like Banksy Drive Social Change

Art has always had the power to inspire and provoke social change. Through creative expression, artists can challenge societal norms, promote equality, and drive social progress. Artists throughout history, such as Picasso, Ai Weiwei, and Banksy, have used their work to shed light on important issues and fight for justice. The Power of Art as …

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How Public Speaking Boosted My Career: A Personal Journey

Today, I’m excited to take you on a personal journey of mine. Picture a shy, awkward twenty-year-old who could barely speak above a whisper. Now, imagine that same person transformed into a confident public speaker, sought after within and beyond the companies they worked for. This transformation wasn’t just about mastering the art of public …

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Mastering Product Searches: Using Color Modifiers on Zazzle for Effective Selling

As an artist or designer you are always looking for ways to optimize your product listings on print-on-demand sites like Zazzle and increase your chances of making sales. One key to this lies in understanding how to leverage simple color modifiers like “dark,” “light,” “pale,” “navy,” and “mid” when tagging your products. These modifiers can …

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