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Visitors to Than Bok Khorani National Park stand at one end of a 3,000-year continuum of creative endeavour that extends from the dusty dank caves of Krabi to the high-class sale rooms of Bangkok. When Pablo Picasso died in 1973 at age 91, he is estimated to have completed 13,500 paintings (not sketches and cartoons, actual paintings) and around 100,000 prints and engravings. Most artist of the period were similarly prolific, though not so long-lived. Today, you can find a Picasso in any charity shop or thrift store. His work is widely copied, imitated and forged. But what is real and what […]

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The NFT market has crashed hard. Mainly due to shady creators and scams, as well as no real use case (selling sneakers and clothes? Lol). Digital art has potential but until there is more assurance and confidence in the underlying bockchains that support these various digital art efforts, it's likely going to struggle. 

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