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Neil Armstrong on the Moon.

Neil Armstrong’s Apollo 11 Spacesuit on Display at Smithsonian

It has been 13 years since astronaut Neil Armstrong’s spacesuit from the historic Apollo 11 moon landing has been on display to the public. Now visitors to the Smithsonian Institution’s National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C. can see the famed suit for themselves, as part of an exhibit commemorating the 50th anniversary of the Apollo 11 mission.

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"Pulse Portal" art installation by Davis McCarty, "Burning Man" 2016. Photo by Scott Sporleder

Everything a First-Time “Burning Man” Attendee Should Know

Located roughly a hundred miles northeast of Reno, Nevada, the annual gathering fondly known as “Burning Man” has been mesmerizing art audiences for over three decades. While “Burning Man” has a tangled history, it was founded in 1986 and is now maintained by Burning Man Project, a non-profit organization boasting its headquarters in San Francisco, California.

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Behind-the-scenes photo of Francesco Cuizza in Malibu, California, during the Warrior with a Crown fashion film shooting.

“Warrior with a Crown” Film Exposes Man’s Struggle with Failure

In the journey of life, the biggest giant any person will face is the manmade illusion of fear and failure. Photographer and filmmaker James Pereira (JMP) along with screenwriter, actor, and model Francesco Cuizza explore the concept of fear in their inaugural fashion film “Warrior with a Crown.” The co-directors use video to represent the subconscious, with a heavy focus on spirituality and its impact on the human psyche and ego.