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“Journey Into Imagination with Figment is bright and fun and should appeal to guests of all ages.”
“The installation made its New York City debut on Governors Island as part of the seasonal sculpture garden sponsored by an arts group called Figment.”
“The bust of "Figment" is limited to 50 pieces, exclusive to DesignerCon, each signed by English.”
“He's taken advantage of the freedom provided by his solo tours to push himself in new directions, embracing contemporary composers like Elliott Carter, who wrote the title tracks for Haimovitz's "Figment" as part of an amazingly prolific ninth decade.”
“Complete coverage of 'Figment's Coloring Book', plus a brief look at 'Making Faces', 'Dreamfinder's School of Drama' and”
“Haimovitz is midway through his "Figment" Tour, saluting contemporary music icon Elliott Carter and also bringing together a wide range of important new music for cello and electronics.”
“There is my cat Figment, who was unique, maybe as all cats and people are.”
“This is a regular column featuring original fiction by and for high school students, provided by Figment.com, an online community writing site for young people.”
“This is a regular column featuring original poetry by and for high school students, provided by Figment.com, an online community writing site for young people.”
“On Monday he said he had a dog named Trilly and a cat named Bertie delayed in the U.K. on their way to the U.S., as well as two dogs, named Figment and Prince, waiting patiently in a Belgian kennel to get from Brussels to Newark.”
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Animated characters from cartoons of the Anglo-Saxon world from the beginnings to this day
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