Art and Design
The majority of tattoos on the market in America these days have a basis in this art form.
The tattoos themselves have deep cultural meanings to those who wear them.
The Sistine Chapel is also in use as the Pope's private chapel, further adding to the visitor numbers.
Banksy once painted on a wall on the Palestinian side of the West Bank.
A 'Brownout' is a partial loss of electrical power.
The typeface used by Facebook for its logo is a modified version of Klavika.
During 2500 BC to 1400 BC, graphic design was introduced by using Sumerian pictographs and Egyptian Hieroglyphics.
The pop-art depiction of Campbell's Soup comes in a set of 32.
The 'Creation of Man' was made with a series of special scaffoldings.
Bob Ross once helped a color-blind viewer.
The Lover's eye accessory was popular during the 18th and 19th centuries.
The Mona Lisa has her own mailbox in the Louvre because of all the love letters she receives