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‘Overwatch’ Blackwatch Genji: Fans think the "Uprising" comic is teasing a new Genji skin – Mic04.07.17

A new Overwatchevent is just around the corner, and that means the fans are excited about one thing in particular:new cosmetic skins for their favorite characters.

Specifically, the Overwatchfandom seems to be excited about Genji’s appearance in the “Uprising” comic, an Omnic crisis-themed bit of lore to accompany the forthcoming event.

The fans are calling his edgy new look “Blackwatch Genji” and they desperately, desperately want it to be a thing.

In the “Uprising” comic, it’s revealed that Genji was a part of Blackwatch, a covert subsection of the Overwatchorganization which Gabriel Reyes aka Reaper and McCree belonged to.

When Genji was in Blackwatch, he sported a much different look, baring a bit more skin than he does in his default outfit and fans hope this look will be one of Genji’s new skins in the upcoming event.

One fan on Reddit went so far as to allege they’d found “proof” that it was going to be a new skin. Their evidence? That in the background of one of the comic’s panels, you can see what appears to be Genji in the Blackwatch outfit, standing in a “T-pose,” a character stance game developers often use to view every part of a character as they’re designing them.

The theory goes that Blizzard just copied over their actual “T-pose” concept art for Genji’s in-game Blackwatch character skin and used it in the background as a tease for fans. It’s a bit thin but hey, that’s a sweet cyborg outfit, right? So fans are grabbing on to whatever evidence they can find.

To be fair, Blizzard does have a habit of teasing skins and updates way ahead of time in cryptic corners of comics and things like that so, Blackwatch Genji very well might be a thing.

We’ll know for sure once Blizzard officially unveils the new Omnic crisis event on April 11.

For more onOverwatch, check out the rest of what Mic has to offer. Here is a look at avery funny but naughty memeon the Overwatch subreddit, aninterviewwith the creator of an awesome new Overwatch zine, a fullexplanationof the different types of health in Overwatch, ourdefinitive rankingof every Overwatch hero, a roundup of awesomegender-bentOverwatch cosplay and a giantOverwatch FAQforbeginners.

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Ohio girl loses leg after getting rare skin infection – New York Daily News04.05.17

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Wednesday, April 5, 2017, 4:13 PM

A 6-year-old Ohio girl, who is a competitive dancer, lost her left leg over the weekend after doctors diagnosed her with a rare skin infection.

Tessa Puma was taken to the Akron Childrens Hospital Thursday after she contracted strep throat and the flu in late March. Her parents became worried when their daughters leg began to swell, causing excruciating pain that eventually led to the amputation, the Akron Beacon Journal reported.

Dr. Jim Besunder, a pediatric critical care medicine specialist at the Children’s Hospital, told the paper Tessa has necrotizing fasciitis.

The condition is commonly known as flesh-eating bacteria, which spreads quickly throughout the body and kills body tissues, according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

Besunder said the infection traveled through Tessas blood stream and made its way to her left arm, shoulder and back.

Tessas mother, Tina Puma, announced in a Facebook post Monday that her daughter is recovering well from her surgery.

We played her company dance songs. She was responding to that as well!! Tina wrote. Dance is a huge part of her life as you all know, and I’m telling you this will absolutely not stop her from chasing her dreams.

Tina said her daughter has several followup surgeries on Wednesday, Friday and Sunday.

Skin grafting will start when she is feeling better and off the ventilators, she wrote.

Stacey Kopec, Tessas dance instructor, described the girls passion for the art.

“She’s only 6 years old and we knew when she was probably 4, so at least for 2 years, that we knew she was just such a superstar, she was born to dance,” Kopec told WJW-TV.

Kopec added that Tessas situation has been the most devastating thing that we’ve had to go through.”

The family set up a You Caring fundraising page to help pay for Tessas medical expenses. The page has raised more than $16,500 as of Wednesday.

We are so thankful for the kind words, prayers and thoughts for our warrior Tessa, the page reads. Please keep cheering her on.

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Xayah and Rakan release skins: Cosmic Dusk and Dawn join Cosmic Blade Master Yi – The Rift Herald04.05.17

The new League of Legends champion duo, Xayah and Rakan have matching release skins as expected, but Master Yi will also be receiving a new skin to join in on the fun!

Xayah looks mysterious and dark in her release skin! The skin is tentatively priced at 1350 RP and it includes updated particles, sound effects, a new model and a special recall!

Rakans skin deeply contracts Xayahs, as hes the daylight to her moonlight. Similarly to Xayahs, the skin is tentatively priced at 1350 RP and will have special particles, sound effects and all that good stuff.

This Master Yi skin looks off the hook. Similarly to the other skins, it is also tentatively priced at 1350 RP and will include special particles and a recall. The last skin Master Yi received was PROJECT: Yi in September 2015.

The cosmic theme matches with Cosmic Reaver Kassadin, so its highly likely that well be seeing more skins with this theme in the future.

These skins are available now for testing and should be available on the live servers when patch 7.7 drops.

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The Suffolk Journal : Tattoo convention exposes skin and the art of ink – The Suffolk Journal04.02.17

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More than 5,000 people from all over the world flocked to Boston for the 17th annual Boston Tattoo Convention this past weekend at the Hynes Convention Center. The convention hosted an array of artistic talent and personalities as people showcased their dedication to their craft throughout the three-day event.

Tattoos are an art form, its not about a rebellion or some crazy lifestyle its just an art medium, sadi Natan Alexander, founder and producer of the Boston Tattoo Convention. I want people to just recognize and respect tattooing for what it is, a beautiful powerful form of personal art.

Loud rock music played from various tattoo stations energizing the venue and the people in it. Some people had tattoos and piercings all over their bodies, others had dyed hair that spiked up towards the ceiling, and many people had removed numerous articles of clothing exposing body parts that would not normally be shown in public. However, nobody looked twice, for it was a place for people to feel free in their own skin.

Rows of tattoo artists stations lined up at the summit where people either laid on tables, sat or stood on chairs to have their tattoos done on whatever part of their body that they wanted.

This is my first tattoo convention. I actually didnt even know an event like this existed, said Erica Carter, from Burlington, N.C., who went to get matching tattoos with her boyfriend. Its a fun environment and the fact that there are talented artists here from all over the world at this one major event is awesome..

Throughout the event, there were many performances such as a burlesque and sword swallowing shows that the audience ate up. People were cheering and whistling from across the venue. Other attractions included a tattoo of the day competition, the display and selling of taxidermy by Bonehouse Forty-Seven and the selling of cannabis-based products by Cannabis World Congress and Business Exposition.

Other vendors at the convention included Eternal Ink, a company dedicated to selling tattoo ink. Sprawled out across their table was a rainbow of over 200 different ink colors and pigments. Box sets of ink were stacked upon one another and displayed as customers walked by eyeing the merchandise.

Selling ink to licensed artists allows me to meet a lot of amazing people and excellent artists, said Daniel Wallace. One of the cooler parts of my job is helping artists find colors that theyre looking for or being able to introduce them to colors they may not have been aware of and help them advance their craft.

The convention hosted 177 booths, including vendors, and over 200 artists worked tirelessly the entire three day weekend infusing pigments into the skin of other tattoo art enthusiasts.

It all started when I was a little kid, said Juan Acevedo, who worked at the front desk for tattoo company, Calaveras. When I saw my first tattoo it intrigued me.

Acevedo said that as he was growing up, his continual visualization of people with tattoos drove his passion further, and added that his body is a canvas for over 70 tattoos, which he plans to combine into one large tattoo over the next ten years.

I come here obviously to do tattoos, but just as important is to make connections, to get inspired, and learn for sure, said tattoo artist, Alex Citrone from Austin, Texas. All my stuff is pretty large scale, this is one tattoo, but it took 35 hours. I have probably 80 or so hours of work on me

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Stained Skin Tattoo Studio & Art Gallery | Columbus, OH …04.02.17

WELCOME TO STAINED SKIN

The Mighty Stained Skin is located at 1255 North High Street in Columbus, Ohio, a part of the Short North Arts District. Upon arrival at Stained Skin, youll find a relaxed atmosphere, receive exceptional customer service, and speak with incredible artists about your future tattoo. The studio is eye candy for anyone who appreciates art, with original fine art installations throughout the shop. The gallery at the Mighty Stained Skin has rotating shows every month which are open to the public. A wide array of guest artists have come through Stained Skin throughout the years. Some of these artists include: Timothy Hoyer, Joe Capobianco, Eric Merrill, Chris ODonnell, Casey Korclik, St. Marq, and Steve Haworth, upon others. We continue to have many incredible guest artists come through whenever possible. The artists at Stained Skin have also tattooed many nationally touring music groups including The Mighty Mighty Bosstones, Good Charlotte, Papa Roach, Face to Face, Hot Water Music, Defeater, Beartooth, as well as comedian and actor Faison Love, just to name a few.

Thank you for visiting our site ~ enjoy!

We host regular art shows at Stained Skin. If you are an artist and would like to show your work here,call the shop and ask for Nicole Perez.

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Tattoo convention exposes skin and the art of ink – The Suffolk Journal04.02.17

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More than 5,000 people from all over the world flocked to Boston for the 17th annual Boston Tattoo Convention this past weekend at the Hynes Convention Center. The convention hosted an array of artistic talent and personalities as people showcased their dedication to their craft throughout the three-day event.

Tattoos are an art form, its not about a rebellion or some crazy lifestyle its just an art medium, sadi Natan Alexander, founder and producer of the Boston Tattoo Convention. I want people to just recognize and respect tattooing for what it is, a beautiful powerful form of personal art.

Loud rock music played from various tattoo stations energizing the venue and the people in it. Some people had tattoos and piercings all over their bodies, others had dyed hair that spiked up towards the ceiling, and many people had removed numerous articles of clothing exposing body parts that would not normally be shown in public. However, nobody looked twice, for it was a place for people to feel free in their own skin.

Rows of tattoo artists stations lined up at the summit where people either laid on tables, sat or stood on chairs to have their tattoos done on whatever part of their body that they wanted.

This is my first tattoo convention. I actually didnt even know an event like this existed, said Erica Carter, from Burlington, N.C., who went to get matching tattoos with her boyfriend. Its a fun environment and the fact that there are talented artists here from all over the world at this one major event is awesome..

Throughout the event, there were many performances such as a burlesque and sword swallowing shows that the audience ate up. People were cheering and whistling from across the venue. Other attractions included a tattoo of the day competition, the display and selling of taxidermy by Bonehouse Forty-Seven and the selling of cannabis-based products by Cannabis World Congress and Business Exposition.

Other vendors at the convention included Eternal Ink, a company dedicated to selling tattoo ink. Sprawled out across their table was a rainbow of over 200 different ink colors and pigments. Box sets of ink were stacked upon one another and displayed as customers walked by eyeing the merchandise.

Selling ink to licensed artists allows me to meet a lot of amazing people and excellent artists, said Daniel Wallace. One of the cooler parts of my job is helping artists find colors that theyre looking for or being able to introduce them to colors they may not have been aware of and help them advance their craft.

The convention hosted 177 booths, including vendors, and over 200 artists worked tirelessly the entire three day weekend infusing pigments into the skin of other tattoo art enthusiasts.

It all started when I was a little kid, said Juan Acevedo, who worked at the front desk for tattoo company, Calaveras. When I saw my first tattoo it intrigued me.

Acevedo said that as he was growing up, his continual visualization of people with tattoos drove his passion further, and added that his body is a canvas for over 70 tattoos, which he plans to combine into one large tattoo over the next ten years.

I come here obviously to do tattoos, but just as important is to make connections, to get inspired, and learn for sure, said tattoo artist, Alex Citrone from Austin, Texas. All my stuff is pretty large scale, this is one tattoo, but it took 35 hours. I have probably 80 or so hours of work on me

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Fairbanks Arts Association welcomes Joel Isaak as spring show juror – Fairbanks Daily News-Miner04.02.17

FAIRBANKS The Fairbanks Arts Association has announced Alaska artist Joel Isaak as the juror for the spring show, Convergence.

Isaak expresses himself mediums such as acrylic painting, ceramics, glass, wood and metal, and he often includes natural materials such as halibut, salmon and moose skin. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts in sculpture at the University of Alaska Fairbanks, and his Master of Fine Arts in sculpture from Alfred University. His cast bronze and salmon skin works are featured in the permanent collections of the Sheldon Jackson Museum, Ted Stevens International Airport and the Kenaitze Indian Tribe.

After a day of judging artwork for Convergence, Isaak will give a juror lecture at 7 p.m. Monday in the Blue Room on the third floor of the Alaska Centennial Center for the Arts at Pioneer Park, 2300 Airport Way. The artwork selected for the exhibition will not be revealed until the First Friday opening reception on April 7 in the Bear Gallery. The exhibition will be on view April 7-29, and visitors will also have the chance to vote on next years theme. While in Fairbanks, Isaak will also be a guest lecturer for a class at the UAF Native Arts Center and a speaker at the Native Studies Conference on April 8-9.

A schedule of events for Convergence includes:

Art intake, noon to 6 p.m. Sunday in the Bear Gallery. Interior Alaska artists are invited to submit for the show, which is open to drawings, paintings, sculptures, ceramics, glass, printmaking, videos, jewelry, photography, mixed media and fiber arts.

Juror lecture with Isaak, 7 p.m. Monday, in the Blue Room in the Bear Gallery.

First Friday reception, 5-7 p.m., April 7, Bear Gallery. The show is open April 7-29.

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Solar-Powered ‘Electronic Skin’ Would Add a Sense of Touch to Artificial Limbs – Greentech Media03.31.17

IEEE Spectrum:Solar-Powered Graphene Skin Enables Prosthetics to Feel

Cochlear implants can restore hearing to individuals with some types of hearing loss. Retinal implants are now on the market to restore sight to the blind. But there are no commercially available prosthetics that restore a sense of touch to those who have lost a limb.

Several products are in development, including a haptic system created at Case Western Reserve University, which would enable upper-limb prosthetic users to, say, pluck a grape off a stem or pull a potato chip out of a bag. It sounds simple, but such tasks are virtually impossible without a sense of touch and pressure.

Now, a team at the University of Glasgow that previously developed a flexible “electronic skin” capable of making sensitive pressure measurements, has figured out how to power their skin with sunlight. That renewable energy could be used to power an array of sensors to add feeling to an artificial limb, the authors describe this month in Advanced Functional Materials.

Gizmodo:Elon Musks Cryptic Art Suggests Unicorn-Fart-Powered Teslas

Enigmatic entrepreneur Elon Musk has no shortage of hobbies. Sometimes, he makes cars. Other times, he likes to do a space thing or play Martian overlord. But now, the 45-year-old billionaire is turning his attention to the arts, as evidenced by a series of cryptic drawings he created using Teslas new sketchpad feature, which is accessible once users download the 8.1 software update for the cars touchscreen. More impressive than the art itself, however, is the fact that Musk is using it to hint at the next wave of Tesla technology: unicorn-fart-powered vehicles.

Sure, it sounds outlandish, but Musk has proven time and again that the uncomfortable is his comfort zone. After all, isnt it unbelievable enough that grown adults would feel compelled to use their car — which is typically used for driving — as a sketchpad? Blurring the lines between utility and complete uselessness is something Musk is clearly looking to explore, as evidenced by these creations, which he tweeted last night.

Forbes:VW Is About to Supercharge the Electric Car Market. So Why Is California Complaining?

State officials, including members of the California Air Resources Board, which negotiated the settlement along with the federal Environmental Protection Agency, want Volkswagen to direct funding to neighborhoods in poor communities like Fresno, Bakersfield, San Bernardino and East Los Angeles, where the air is dirtiest and EVs are practically nonexistent. Instead, critics say, VW’s plan favors wealthy cities and gives the giant carmaker a strategic advantage over smaller competitors.

In a blog post this week, CARB member Dean Florez, a former state senator and now public relations executive, accused VW of “trying to weasel out of its responsibility to make good for damaging the lungs of low-income residents who were forced to breathe unlawful exhausts spewing from their modified diesel engines.”

Mother Jones: The EPA Just Accidentally Told the Truth About Trump’s Climate Plan

On Tuesday, President Donald Trump visited the Environmental Protection Agency, where he signed an executive order dismantling key Obama-era policies aimed at fighting climate change. On Thursday morning, the EPA sent out a press release highlighting some wonderful praise that Trump’s order has received from groups such as the Chamber of Commerce, the American Petroleum Institute, the American Coalition for Clean Coal Electricity, and — of course — Republican politicians. But the top quote in the EPA’s email, attributed to Sen. Shelley Moore Capito (R-W.Va.), had an unexpected message.

Bloomberg:Trump Closely Watching Troubled Nuclear Plants That Obama Funded

As Southern Co. opens a review of its troubled nuclear reactors following a bankruptcy filing by contractor Westinghouse Electric Co., the Trump administration has 8.3 billion reasons to be worried.

Southern is financing the reactors with $8.3 billion in federal loan guarantees approved under President Barack Obamas initiative to build the first new nuclear plants in the U.S. in 30 years. Now, following delays and cost overruns, financial troubles at Toshiba Corp. unit Westinghouse have put the taxpayers interest at risk, along with the fate of the projects.

The government “has issued a loan guarantee to one of the stakeholders involved, and for that and other important reasons, we are keenly interested in the bankruptcy proceedings and what they mean for taxpayers and the nation, said Lindsey Geisler, a U.S. Energy Department spokeswoman. We expect the parties to honor their commitments and reach an agreement that protects taxpayers.”

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Manual of Style: Showing Skin – The Chicago Maroon03.31.17

KATHERINE SHEN / FOURTH-YEAR

My name is Katherine. I major in economics and political science, and on campus Im involved with Student Government.

I find Im drawn to menswear more than womenswear these days. Its harder to make menswear interesting and fashionablewomen have more options, like prints and silhouettes, to work with. A gown shines with minimal styling because its a nice piece by itself. The woman becomes the canvasa beautiful one, perhapsbut there is less of her and more of the designer in what shes wearing. Dudes have more things to put togetherjacket, shirt, trousersand it becomes a more involved process in many ways. Social norms tend to dictate mens silhouettes, which have to be a lot more subtle. To stand out as a man, you have to think about clothes a little more carefully. Theres more self in the outfit. I appreciate women as whole works of art; with men, Im seeing their style.

Im always searching for a new look. Innovation is very much the spirit of fashion. Its not a matter of chasing trends for me, but exploring different identities and ideas. I mix and match aesthetics in my looks to play around withand subvertwhat they mean. For my first look, I paired a Helmut Lang shirt and fishnets with sneakers, which is an athleisure/streetwear staple on Instagram. The shirt itself has a stiff, almost formal aspect to it, but its also playful because of the sheer material and the delicate cuffs, like watercolor paper. The sneakers are a bit of a paradox as welltheyre the classic Air Max 97 silhouette but studded with Swarovski crystals. With the Swarovskis, you think excess, high fashion…but its a sneaker, its sportswear, which is much more utilitarian and lowbrow. Playing with what youre putting together is important to me, just as I like to pick individual garments with that element of playful mismatch. Its very much finding pleasure in both looks and pieces that contradict themselves, that take themselves less seriously.

Thats why the idea of a fashion uniform really bothers me. Its too serious, too self-assured. A uniform says, Im cool and self-confident enough to wear the same thing all the timethis is the look that people identify me with. Im attracted to fashion because it has the potential to be revolutionary, to probe at the establishment, and pick out the incongruities within the status quo. As for my own style, Im not sure if I can ever find some static, finished idea of who I amIm even less sure that I will ever be comfortable with being there.

This idea of resistance, of the power of playful defiance is why Im attracted to streetwear. A lot of streetwear is considered aesthetically ugly by tradition. Like this shirt with a DHL logo that Vetements sells for $300I mean, why the fuck would anyone buy this ugly-ass, bus-yellow DHL shirt for $300? Its really easier to just dismiss this kind of price point and marketing as hype. Late capitalism is the buzzword these days. But I think a lot of streetwear (although not necessarily Vetements) boils down to the craftsmanship, that theres something compelling and enticing about ugly silhouettes when crafted so beautifully. The make of a piece can be so compelling you simply have to incorporate into your wardrobe; the challenge then becomes how you style something ugly into a cohesive look. Its a puzzle, to be sureand how you solve captures something of your identity.

I guess this is a very much UChicago way of seriously loving fashion, you know, a bit theoretical, navel-gazing. For me, fashion calls to emotion, love, the sublime. Its not usually recognized as such because it has a very real commercial aspect. Its a commodity. Theres an attitude that reduces fashionwhich produces physical goodsto just clothes. Ive been dwelling on how to recognize the substance of fashion, while at the same time performing its fluidity and irrelevance.

Also, a shortcut to having good style is dating stylish people. When you break up, you can at least steal their aesthetic… and make off with a grail piece or two as well.KATHERINE

ELLEN HARRIS / THIRD-YEAR

Ive been wearing makeup for at least10years now. Its something that evolves asyou learn new tricks and tipsIll look back a year later at what I used to do and have a What was I thinking? moment. Right now Im really into soft, matte skin with a bit of glow and very chiseled eyebrows.

I do my makeup before I pick out my outfit because that dictates both the style of clothing and the color storya daring look with a dramatic face, for example. My style leans more basic, which mirrors the clean lines on my face: A neutral, defined drape in the sweater helps underline the brows and Cupids bow. If I have the time in the morning, Ill do the full shebang: primer, foundation, concealer, powders. On a basic day Ill just do a quick brow, some concealer with a little bit of powder on it, and just a little bit of eyeliner.

I love skinI want to be a dermatologist. Making my skin look exactly the way I want it to look has always been my favorite part of makeup. That got me into makeup in the first place; my favorite kind of product is foundation. It literally changes the way that you see yourself. Good skin, by the way, is central to aging gracefully. The key is to look like yourself, as strange as it sounds: Taking care of your skin now will help noticeable hyperpigmentation and declines in elasticity in the future less drastic. Cosmetic options that intervene with skin aging also existIcould even see myself getting Botox one daybut youll save yourself a lot of trouble by taking good care of your skin while youre young.

In terms of practical tips, I like the concept of multi-step skin care. Its important to use exfoliants oftenI like glycolic acid, because it clears out clogged pores gently. Toners neutralize the skins pH after exfoliating and prepare it to absorb other products. I use pure hyaluronic acid for a serum: Its a natural humectant that pulls water out of the air into your skin, and particularly good for dry skin. If you think youre going to be outside for longer than just walking to class,you need sunscreen. Rub it into your face before your primer so it really sinks inobviously, you cant reapply it with makeup on. Dont bother wearing makeup to the beach! Keep your DNA the way it should be. We use UV light in the lab to create spontaneous mutation in bacteria, by the way. As soon as we put it under UV in the lab, I thought to myself: Sunscreen, sunscreen, sunscreen.

Bottom line, makeup is a fun thing to play with just like your clothes are a fun thing to play with. Try something new, wipe it away at the end of the day. Wipe it away before you leave the house if you dont like it. I did a warm green eye todaywhich was kind of weirdbut it looksgreat.ELLEN

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Chicagoan’s Art a Celebration of Blackness, Tribute to Lives Lost – Chicago Tonight | WTTW03.31.17


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Johnson says he aggressively manipulates each subject's skin color because pigment stands for an idea or preconceived notion about a particular type of human experience, he said. That experience is culminated and summed up in a word: black..

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