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Corbet Rutzer

Canadian music director and brand expert Corbet Rutzer answers some questions for Cultrface. I have been a big fan of Corbet Rutzer’s content for a number of years. I mean, look at this for a description: I am a fearless communication ninja, social media maestro, brand expert and curation specialist with a chronic food and […]

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If you’ve written an academic essay, you’ll know how hard it is to keep to a word count, let alone checking your spelling and grammar. However, for one man the latter was one load off his mind. His 52,438-word thesis contained absolutely no punctuation whatsoever. Patrick Stewart wrote ‘Indigenous Architecture through Indigenous Knowledge’ without any commas, full […]

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Charles Bierk is a photorealist currently living in Toronto. His work includes large-scale portraits of his friends that you’d swear were actual photographs. They aren’t. Bierk has been painting since childhood and is the son of late painter David Bierk. Photorealism is one of my favourite branches of art. I’m engrossed by the detail and dedication […]

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