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Street photographer Henri Carter-Bresson called it the “decisive moment”— the captured instant when all the photograph’s elements come together to tell a story in a way a text narrative of thousands of words could never begin to. It is what hooks people, both practitioners and advocate-devotees, on the art form. It is uniquely completely immersive in life— step out into the streets— in which the moment of artistic epiphany can never be guessed at until it suddenly happens. When it is properly mastered, it is as pure as the dawn of each new day, as true as the living organism of a teeming street scene catching a breath as one.
The main difference between the Western and Chinese zodiacs is that in the West, each month of the year has its own sign, whereas the Chinese zodiac is made up of 12-year cycles, with each year having its own sign. The date of the Chinese New Year differs annually, reflecting the second new moon after the winter solace, (falling usually between January 21 and February 19). In this year of 2015, the Chinese New Year begins on February 19. And the celebration lasts for 15 days (!), the New Year being the most important Chinese holiday. 2.8 billion trips are underway to reunite families across China. About one-sixth of the world’s population will be celebrating the holiday. Both London and San Francisco lay claim to having the biggest celebrations outside of China.
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Brian Kesinger has been an artist, writer, and animator at Walt Disney Studios for over 15 years. Read along as he shares his thoughts about fan art, storytelling, and what it takes to be a working artist today and into the future. Brian also names a few favorite artists from his +watchlist and reveals the one quality every studio looks for when hiring artists.