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UM URBANE MUSE Black Out Snapback Hat

Urbane Muse is serving up a new Snapback Black Out Hat silhouette featuring graphics from Chris Smith, UM classic raised embroidery, URBANE MUSE, ART OVER WAR®...

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Gas Clutch

  The Short Film Gas Clutch   Gas Clutch is dedicated to everyone and anyone who finds themselves in particular moments in life where the choices seem...

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Bessie Coleman

Bessie Coleman Oil on Cotton 24" 30" ABOUT BESSIE COLEMAN Early Life Born on January 26, 1892 in Atlanta, Texas, Bessie Coleman was one of 13 children to...

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Story: From031

Urbane Muse Magazine features FROM031 Photographers are the record keepers of moments in time.  One of my processes in creating art is searching through archives...

Before The Dance

Art & Native American Culture Before The Dance “The month was September, and the fertile valley a beautiful sight, and inspiration for those who ply the...

The Reading Girl (A History of Paintings)

"If you were a blade of grass or a tiny flower I will pitch my tent in your shadow. Only your presence revives my withered heart. You...

Paying Homage With Black Shades Painting

  Chris Smith Black Shades Oil and Gold Leaf on Panel 36" x 48" See More Tributes by Chris Smith "BFF" & "Young and Strong" Songs in honor and remembrance of a brother https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=atRLMLp3hbk https://vimeo.com/urbanemuse/youngstrong

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Remembering Muhammed Ali

He took a few cups of love. He took one tablespoon of patience, One teaspoon of generosity, One pint of kindness. He took one quart of laughter, One pinch...

Garrett Morgan

The African American inventor of a life-saving device, mechanical traffic signals, and more had to fight for recognition. Son of Freed Slaves Garrett Morgan's safety hood...

Before The Dance

Art & Native American Culture Before The Dance “The month was September, and the fertile valley a beautiful sight, and inspiration for those who ply the...

Roaring Twenties

The 1920s were an age of dramatic social and political change. For the first time, more Americans lived in cities than on farms. The...

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Looking at Architecture

Architecture has always fascinated me, from as far back as I can remember.  When the question was asked in grade school “What would you...