Month: July 2017

Five for Friday: College Football Collectibles

Many fans agree that no sport can match the pageantry and tradition of college football. From the elaborate tailgate spreads to the marching bands and cheerleaders to the rabid fans imploring their favorite teams to

Five for Friday: Movie Posters Give 5 Reasons to Scream

Few people would associate Boris Karloff’s Frankenstein monster, the possession of Carole Lombard and Peter Cushing’s creepy depiction of Count Dracula with the word “beautiful.” Yet the chilling horror films they made famous produced some

Ormond Gigli Girls in the Windows, New York City , 1960

3 Must-Have Photographs to Add to Your Collection

If you are new to photography, deciding what to purchase can be intimidating. Similar to acquiring artwork, a photographer’s reputation and the image’s edition size and provenance are key.  You should also keep in mind

How to Tell the Difference Between Different Types of Art Prints

The print-making process was designed for one reason: to sell reproductions of an artists’ work as far as the market would bear. The revolutionary printing technology was first launched using simple woodcuts and has now

Five for Friday: Fine Art for Beginner Collectors

The upcoming Fine Art Online Auction August 8 is a perfect opportunity for a beginning collector or anyone interested in adding original artwork to their collection. The sale features a number of beautiful European works,

Five for Friday: For the Comics Collector Who Has Everything

Collection completion is very real for those who collect comics. For those who acquire every issue of a comic of choice – Superman, Spider-Man, etc. – there is an alternative way to scratch the collecting