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Natural Leather High Top Sneaker

Made in collaboration with LA-based sculptor Bradley Duncan, Koio’s newest sneaker release comes in an all-natural leather hue accompanied by leather laces, a translucent outsole, and a sculptural adornment on the tongue. “His refined expressions demonstrate the enormous strength of both minimalist tradition and time-honored craftsmanship,” the brand explains of Duncan’s work in relation to the sneaker’s overall appearance. The lines formed here are clean …
Tags: Art, Design, Leather, La, Shoes, Sculpture, Artists, Limited Edition, Sneakers, Collaborations, Duncan, Koio, Bradley Duncan, Bradley Duncan Koio


How to keep track of your music and performance on Spotify for Artists

Spotify for Artists lets you easily see all of your music and track its performance. Here’s how to see all of your music and what it’s doing. Spotify for Artists gives you power over customising your profile, access to real-time statistics, insights into your audience and more. If you’ve not yet claimed your Spotify for Artists profile then head to artists.spotify.com. We’re going to talk about the Music section here. This displays your catalog of songs and releases and helps you keep...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Data, Features, Analysis, Artists, Music Streaming, Streaming, Statistics, Claim, Songs, Playlists, Playlist, Listeners, Analyse, Artist Profile


How to view your Spotify play history

With Spotify on desktop, you can easily see your track-by-track history or a breakdown of all the artists, albums and playlists you’ve listened to recently. Here’s how. Head to the ‘Play Queue’ icon in the bottom right corner. Switch from ‘QUEUE’ to ‘HISTORY’. This will show you a list of your last 50 played tracks. To see a breakdown of recent artists, albums and playlists you’ve played, Spotify gives you a ‘Recently Played’ playlist. Click here to find and remove con...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Web, App, History, Albums, Artists, Desktop, Breakdown, Playlists, Tracks, Queue, Track by track, How To / Support / FAQs, Recently Played, How to view your Spotify play history


How to see your Audience in Spotify for Artists

Spotify for Artists give artists and labels let labels customise artist pages, view real-time analytics and more. Here’s how to analyse your Audience. The Audience section displays a timeline of your total number of listeners, streams, and followers. This enables you and your team to get a sense of how you are doing on Spotify over time, to demonstrate to potential partners how your audience has grown or to compare your latest release to your previous one. You can also understand how pe...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Streams, Data, Analytics, Stats, Artists, Statistics, Audience, Real Time Data, Listeners, Artist Profile, Artist Page, Spotify for Artists, How To / Support / FAQs, Real Time Statistics


SEGA branch from games to investing in emerging artists and music discovery

SEGA Group are putting money into music discovery as they expand beyond their rich history in gaming. Flutin have announced an investment partnership with SEGA to expand it’s music discovery service globally. The India-based startup uses Artificial intelligence to break new and emerging artists by finding their most suited audiences and helping to promote them to those people. Flutin can create music based on moods and emotions using AI to prioritise newer artists in their curated recom...
Tags: Music, Japan, Video Games, India, US, Artificial Intelligence, Artists, Music Discovery, Ai, Sega, Artist / Label News, Flutin, Music Curation, SEGA Group, Emerging Artists, Music Recommendations


Homura Rides Hard in Xenoblade Pixel Art Ero-Animation

Homura (also known as Pyra) of Xenoblade Chronicles 2 has gone for a ride in this stylistic ero-animation, likely to be preferred by those who either have a robust fascination for the endearing girl or artists who can appreciate the effort pixel art generally requires. The 8-minute animation also employs a great deal of dirty […]
Tags: Games, Parody, Artists, Anime, Pixel Art, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, Homura, Xenoblade, Pyra of Xenoblade Chronicles


Artists Sketch Fate/Grand Order Servants Imitating Shounagon’s Double V

An influx of artists have begun sketching Fate/Grand Order characters giving the “double v” pose, with this sudden surge of cute art being due to the game’s new addition of Sei Shounagon, as her Noble Phantasm concludes with her gracing players with the adorable gesture. Sei Shounagon’s Noble Phantasm, enamoring so many players that artists […]
Tags: Games, Artists, Fate/Grand Order, Illustration, Image Gallery, Meme, Moe


Attempts to Fund Translations of LINDA’s Ero-Manga Return to Kickstarter

MiKandi Japan and PUSH! Publication’s attempts to provide English translations of artist LINDA‘s ero-manga have returned to Kickstarter, with their initial attempts being suspended by Kickstarter for some unknown reason. MiKandi Japan and PUSH! Publication are requesting funds from lovers of erotica and ero-manga collectors in order to distribute English translations of works created by […]
Tags: Japan, Crowd Funding, Artists, Kickstarter, English, Anime, Manga, Linda, H, Ero-manga, Mikandi, PUSH! Publication


Kotaku Claims 10 Comments Accuse Pokemon Anime of “Whitewashing Bea”

Kotaku has once again hastily tried to pass off a few angry comments as a mob as a few valiant keyboard warriors on Twitter operating under the guise of being “defenders of minorities” have claimed that the well-built Bea (also know as Saitou) was whitewashed in the Pokemon: Hakumei no Tsubasa anime. Kotaku picked the […]
Tags: Politics, Internet, Racism, Artists, Pokemon, Anime, Comparison, Kotaku, Tan, BEA, Character Design, Saitou


Artist Oekakizuki’s Girls Could Induce Addiction

Oekakizuki shares a burning passion for fictional maidens just like the hordes of other illustrators in existence, however, Oekakizuki might perhaps stand out for their fixation on large-breasted women as well as the sheer volume of franchises they have sketched art for. Only a fraction of the artist’s labored creations that will surely end up […]
Tags: Illustration, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, Oekakizuki


Genius content is coming to TV for the first time

Genius are taking their shows about artists and songs like Verified, Deconstructed, and For the Record to television. In a partnership with Fuse, the massive lyrics and music site Genius will bring their popular shows to broadcast TV. Their most popular shows feature interviews with artists, lyrics breakdowns, deconstructing how songs were creating and general music analysis. Their artist-based content like Verified, Deconstructed and For the Record and other shows will start airing nex...
Tags: Music, TV, Television, Analysis, Alicia Keys, Artists, Kendrick Lamar, Broadcast, Record, Breakdown, Genius, Lyrics, Songs, TV Show, Digital Music News, FUSE


Interview: Ravi Naidoo, Founder of Design Indaba

As the 25th edition approaches, its key creative figure shares his thoughts on design as a tool When you share a room with Ravi Naidoo you cannot help but notice his presence. The Design Indaba founder emanates and attracts positive energy; it’s an off-shoot of the power of believing in what you produce. Both a thinker and a doer, Naidoo is also the founder and …
Tags: Design, Africa, Events, Culture, South Africa, Innovation, Artists, Cape Town, Chefs, Conferences, Social Impact, Naidoo, Design Indaba, Ravi Naidoo, Design Indaba 2020


Sei Shounagon Brings Fluorescence to Fate/Grand Order

Fate/Grand Order has continued to appease its hopeless addicts by feeding them yet more darling girls to collect as Sei Shounagon has made her arrival, the development team clearly not running out of ideas as the charming girl has quite the vibrant color scheme. Official art for the Archer class female: Almost serving as a […]
Tags: Games, Smartphones, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Fetish, H, Image Gallery, Fate/Grand Order, Casuals, Sei Shounagon


Interview: FUTURA’s Decades of Kinetic Art + Meaningful Collaborations

From the "BREAK" train in the '80s to today's BMW M2, the artist's work continues to move people In 1980, a subway car sped through the Bronx completely covered in the work of Futura (the pseudonym of graffiti writer Lenny McGurr, formerly Futura 2000). It was another breakthrough for the artist—and the art form, as it was an exploration of unmatched proportions, all the while …
Tags: Art, Design, Interviews, Culture, Artists, Bmw, Bronx, Graffiti, Art Cars, Futura, BMW M, Frieze art fair, Frieze Los Angeles, Frieze 2020, Futura 2000, Lenny McGurr


Love Live! Sunshine!! Mall Poster Removed Following Complaints of “Sexualizing Women”

The ridiculous Uzaki-chan wa Asobitai situation has seemingly been replicated as a poster containing Love Live! Sunshine!! character Takami Chika was criticized online for sexualizing women, leading to it being ousted from LaLaport Numazu (perhaps as a result of this complaining). For those not familiar, fictional idol girl Takami Chika was selected as the ambassador […]
Tags: Internet, Censorship, Marketing, Feminism, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Love Live, Numazu, Takami Chika, Asobitai, LaLaport Numazu


Behold All the Pretty Cat Girls at Nekopara Exhibition

An outstanding exhibition is open for the currently ongoing Nekopara anime, the spectacular event having an assortment of sights to witness and appreciate as well as some goods that rabid collectors will want to fork out their hard-earned cash for. Taking place at the Akiba CO Gallery, original art and illustrations of the anime were […]
Tags: Events, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Akihabara, Image Gallery, Anime Goods, Nekomimi, Nekopara, Nekopara Exhibition, Akiba CO Gallery


Anime Camgirl Projekt Melody Rabidly Desired Even in Fanart

The recent Internet sensation that is virtual camgirl Projekt Melody has grown exponentially over the last few days, with the coveted woman reaching a staggering 100k+ Twitter followers while also frequently breaking 20k viewers during her Chaturbate streams. Melody’s virtual persona is treasured so dearly that her fans have even produced fan art of her, […]
Tags: International, Illustration, Artists, Virtual Reality, Anime, Livestream, Porn Sites, Otaku, H, 3D CG, Image Gallery, Ronery, Fanart, Projekt Melody


D.Va Penetrated in Secret in New HentaiVR Animation

The irresistible D.Va of reputed FPS Overwatch has flirted her way into a new shamelessly erotic animation courtesy of HentaiVR, this time with the easy woman having a secret encounter of the carnal sort in a confined space, perfect for those who enjoy intimacy. The stellar animation was produced by animator Gnomfist – both POV […]
Tags: Games, Parody, Overwatch, Artists, Virtual Reality, Anime, Bathing, Oppai, PV, H, Video Gallery, Gnomfist


Link About It: This Week’s Picks

Innovation in space food and slime, an artist's sudden success, and why we should eat more sea urchins The Future of Space Food MIT Media Lab’s Space Exploration Initiative focuses on all kinds of research and preparation for “the day when humanity becomes a space-native civilization, as comfortable in thFrom slime to space, tech and textilese cosmos as we have been on Earth.” The team …
Tags: Food, Art, Space, Science, Design, News, Climate Change, Animals, Environment, Sustainability, Cellphones, Nature, Architecture, Ocean, Artists, Seafood


Studio Visit: Illustrator Olimpia Zagnoli

Connecting with the talented artist ahead of her talk at Design Indaba Olimpia Zagnoli stands as one of the most important Italian editorial illustrators of her generation. Her style—bold, playful and immediately recognizable—has graced the cover of The New Yorker, within the pages of La Repubblica, on fabrics for Marella, or as part of a Prada campaign. We were delighted to visit Zagnoli at her …
Tags: Art, Design, Milan, Interviews, Uncategorized, Illustration, Artists, Prada, Illustrators, La Repubblica, Marella, Design Indaba, Studio Visits, Olimpia Zagnoli, Illustrator Olimpia Zagnoli, Indaba Olimpia Zagnoli


Sales statistics for December 2019 now available

You can now view your Sales and Streaming Statistics for December 2019 on your account at www.routenote.com. Log-in to see your earnings, with full breakdowns of your streams and sales across all stores and platforms in your Statistics page. If you have any questions or issues then please create a ticket or send an email to [email protected] and our friendly support team will be happy to help. The post Sales statistics for December 2019 now available appeared first on RouteNote Bl...
Tags: Spotify, Music, Sales, Stats, Artists, Musicians, Streaming, Statistics, Tidal, Apple Music, Artist, Routenote, Music Distribution, Digital Distribution, Digital Sales, Music Distributor


Artist Luchita Hurtado’s Sudden Success at 99

Venezeula-born, California-based artist Luchita Hurtado’s success at 99 years old came rather late (she’s been painting since the 1940s) and somewhat unintentionally, but she’s embraced it. For many years, she was known as an artist’s wife (she was married to Austrian surrealist Wolfgang Paalen, then American painter Lee Mullican, with whom she has a son, artist Matt Mullican) and spent “decades cheering them on while quietly …
Tags: Art, Design, California, Culture, Artists, Venezuela, Exhibitions, Paintings, Linkaboutit, LACMA, Venezeula, Venezuelan, Wolfgang Paalen, Luchita Hurtado, Lee Mullican, Matt Mullican


Dataminers Supposedly Find Vocaloid Fan Animation in Pokemon Home Files

Dataminers searching through the files of the recently launched Pokemon Home service allegedly encountered a rather strange file originating from a fan artist, an animation containing Vocaloid characters that is based off a meme video. Specifically discovered on the Android version of Pokemon Home, the animation will leave many curious as to why it was […]
Tags: Games, Technology, Bizarre, Artists, Pokemon, Anime, Vocaloid, Dataminers, Pokemon Home


Como crear tu propio sello discográfico en línea gratis.

RouteNote te da la oportunidad de crear tu propio sello discográfico y ganar dinero a través de Spotify, Tidal, iTunes, Apple Music, Google Play y muchos más.  Con el servicio de distribución de música digital de RouteNote puedes crear una disquera que te de la oportunidad de poner tu música en todas las tiendas en línea  más grandes. Con RouteNote, puedes subir un número ilimitado de albums, EPs y sencillos a todas las plataformas en linea totalmente gratis. Esto a su manera ayudará a que t...
Tags: Music, Artists, How To / Support / FAQs, Discográfico


Madoka Magica Fan Alters Collab Illustration for Maximum Yuri

An illustration created for a Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica collaboration was altered by one yuri-admiring fan, as they spotted and used an obvious detail to their advantage that will have some wondering if the illustration was drawn the way it was on purpose. A collaboration was announced between the Madoka Magica franchise and the store […]
Tags: Photoshop, Marketing, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Yuri, Madoka Magica, Puella Magi Madoka Magica, Mahou Shoujo Madoka Magica, Madoka Magica Fan Alters Collab Illustration


Aqua Is Finally Useful in KonoSuba Ero-Animation

Artist Jinxel World has released an enticing erotic animation featuring KonoSuba‘s well-endowed goddess of water and party tricks, Aqua. Unlike how she is depicted in the source material, the Aqua in this animation does not seem to be in any kind of karmic distress due to her vice-filled behavior, the failure of a woman finally […]
Tags: Parody, Animation, Artists, Anime, Oppai, Oshiri, H, Image Gallery, KONOSUBA


Denzel Curry’s Music Video Accused of Plagiarizing Several Anime

Yet more Western artists have been accused of plagiarism as a music video created by Denzel Curry (rapper, singer, songwriter) and Kenny Beats (producer and songwriter) has been accused of containing copied animation from several different anime, with such cases seemingly becoming more and more frequent. The duo launched a music video known as “Unlocked” […]
Tags: Music, Usa, International, Animation, Artists, Plagiarism, Anime, Comparison, Kenny, Denzel Curry, MV


Art21 Documents Jacolby Satterwhite’s Artistic Advancements

One of the non-profit's five winter films features the imaginative multi-disciplinary artist Through their documentary-style digital films, NYC-based non-profit Art21 amplifies the voices of contemporary artists at turning points in their careers. With their latest release, The Incredulity of Jacolby Satterwhite, the organization revisits mixed-media visionary Jacolby Satterwhite as he prepares for and builds into exhibitions at Brooklyn‘s Pioneer Works and Philadelphia‘s The Fabric Workshop …
Tags: Art, Videos, New York, Design, Interviews, NYC, Films, Culture, Brooklyn, Artists, Documentaries, Philadelphia, Final Fantasy, Pioneer Works, Short Films, Jacolby Satterwhite


Futanari Day Illustrations Standing Tall & Proud

The day dedicated to celebrating the fetish of female-focused hermaphrodites (known as futanari) has at long last blessed the world once more, drowning social media in a sea of shameless illustrations as girls wielding massive members could be witnessed at a rate that may prove unfavorable to those not particularly fond of the fetish. The […]
Tags: Illustration, Artists, Anime, Fetish, Oppai, H, Image Gallery, Futanari


Tanaka Rie’s Kiara Cosplay Really Draws the Eye

Legendary seiyuu Tanaka Rie has dabbled in the art of cosplay as the cherished talent shared videos of herself dressed as Fate/Grand Order’s Kiara (who she voices in-game), even going the extra mile by putting emphasis on the fictional character’s most notable trait. Tanaka Rie’s video of her cosplay raked in over 1 million views […]
Tags: Japan, Bizarre, Illustration, Artists, Anime, Cosplay, Comparison, Image Gallery, Seiyuu, Fate/Grand Order, Kiara, Rie Tanaka, Tanaka Rie