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  • The art-college romantic comedy reaches its eighth volume this week.

    Upcoming 11/3/2009

  • The clientele was a blend of beatniks and teddy boys, mods and art-college types.

    Winter Bloom

  • "How to manage these paintings has been one of the museum's top concerns," says Kunio Motoe, an art-college professor, who was a curator at the museum when the exhibit was canceled.

    Japan's Art Of War

  • Her art-college graduation project, "The Japanese Kitchen" in which a fat housewife cuts off a salaryman's head as a miniature politician revolves inside the microwave -- won a prestigious Kirin Contemporary Award.

    A Jolt to the System

  • Hirst: Jeff Koons, because he's such an amazing celebration, and Hirst's art-college contemporary Sarah Lucas.

    BusinessWeek.com -- Top News

  • McLaren rose to fame as the colorful manager of the Sex Pistols, but the art-college dropout is also known for the infamous clothing shop he opened on London's King's Road with then-girlfriend Vivienne Westwood in 1971.

    NY Post: News

  • But this UK power trio, full of art-college cool, pair crunching alt. rock and a defiant pop edge, with a sexy, sultry one-two punch in the boy-girl vocals of guitarist Russell Marsden and bassist Emma Richardson.

    Londonist

  • I didn't think "Oh I want and easy three years, I'll go to art-college."

    The Independent - Frontpage RSS Feed

  • Viz has an overwhelming volume of product on the way, much of it desirable, but in the interest of brevity, I’ll focus on just two: Chica Umino’s art-college romantic comedy Honey and Clover reaches its sixth volume, and Chika Shiomi’s Raretsu debuts.

    Upcoming 6/3/2009

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