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William Campitelle Digital Art Expressions

Las Vegas Nevada

The Cost of a single Design $100.00 to $500.00, Your cost "FREE on Art of Where", why? No setup fee and you don't have to pay for my services! One of a kind design from Digital Art Expressions (DAE)Theme party? Fundraising? Need Ideas? Images Can not be sold, reproduced or distributed without written permission of W. Campitelle Copyright 2005-2016.© Info E-Mail to splasvegas@cox.net subject Comment or Suggestion. Please Note all my design are Created in Corel Draw (Vector) then converted to PNG format this means that most images have a transparent background. Images are uploaded at 300dpi for best image. Thanks for viewing, regards, Bill
Remember to wear the Mardi Gras colors of PURPLE, GREEN and GOLD during Mardi Gras whenever you're not in costume!
"[The Muses] are all of one mind, their hearts are set upon song and their spirit is free from care. He is happy whom the Muses love. For though a man has sorrow and grief in his soul, yet when the servant of the Muses sings, at once he forgets his dark thoughts and remembers not his troubles. Such is the holy gift of the Muses to men."~Hesiod~
Happy are they whom the Muses love! French--> Heureux sont ils que les Muses aiment!
Laissez le bon temps rouler! French--> Let the good times roll! Mardi Gras Tuesday, February 28, 2017
FLAG?! Never forget a disabled Veteran. One of a kind Special Design Created by a Veteran for Veterans. Buy it! Cut it! Show it!
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Demo showing center (Queen) of fleur de lis design in posters3.

The epithet Panoptes, reflecting his mythic role, set by Hera as a very effective watchman of Io, was described in a fragment of a lost poem Aigimios, attributed to Hesiod; And set a watcher upon her, great and strong Argos, who with four eyes looks every way. And the goddess stirred in him unwearying strength: sleep never fell upon his eyes;but he kept sure watch always.

In the 5th century and later, Argus' wakeful alertness was explained for an increasingly literal culture as his having so many eyes that only a few of the eyes would sleep at a time: there were always eyes still awake. In the 2nd century CE Pausanias noted at Argos, in the temple of Zeus Larissaios, an archaic image of Zeus with a third eye in the center of his forehead, allegedly Priam's Zeus Herkeios purloined from Troy. According to Ovid, to commemorate her faithful watchman, Hera had the hundred eyes of Argus preserved forever, in a peacock's tail.
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