LIBERTY LUNCH AUSTIN TX

LIBERTY LUNCH  Liberty Lunch was a live-music venue at 405 W. 2nd Street in Austin, Texas. It was rumored to have been called Liberty Lunch in the 1940s as an eatery, perhaps reflecting the World War II Liberty Bonds and patriotic sentiment. It was a former lumberyard in the 20’s and 30’s owned by the now defunct Calcasieu Lumber Company and had been long abandoned. In the early years of Austin, the space was a wagon yard for the adjacent general store and livery stable. There were no signs that a…

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Project 77 is a fantastic art book that provides a glimpse into a massive universe

In just a few short years, ArtStation has grown to become a virtual home to hundreds of thousands of artists in Creative and Media & Entertainment industries. We’re delighted to officially kick off ArtStation Media, the all new publishing division that will bring high quality ArtStation produced art books in collaboration with artists in the community. ArtStation Media’s first edition, Martin Deschambault’s Project 77, is now available for order online, just in time for the holiday season. About the Book Project 77 is Martin Deschambault’s passion project that began in 2011 when he…

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