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Art is powerful, free flowing and from the heart. It can send a powerful message if you open your eyes and your mind.

I stumbled upon this artist David Garibaldi, he is crafty and free flowing with his paintbrush. He tries to share his art all over the world. To bring people together of every race and language. With his art you do not need to speak the language to know what it means.

His work is very inspiring. Check him out and be inspired to create! http://garibaldiarts.com/

All the best,



This morning while on the public transit, this photo was on the front page. It was about a girl who was throwing puppies into a river. I watched the video and was just shocked at her actions. The poor little pups were crying and she just laughed and tossed.

How do you feel about this? Do you think the world is taking this to seriously? Are we giving animals more rights then they should have? Let me know what you think.

Here is a link to the video. (caution: animal cruelty)


Today I would like to introduce the newest addition and collaborator to HiddenYou. His name is Tropikal Sunshine, a photographer based out of Florida. His work is very amazing and inspiring. http://alex42na.wordpress.com/

With his creative skills and mind set this website will be bigger, better and filled with tons of inspiration.

Welcome, partner!

How many of us remember our 21st b-day (who have already celebrated one)? Was is it the best night of your life? Do you regret it?

My 21st b-day, I worked…a closing shift at that. But I got to celebrate it with my friends and enjoy a nasty drink, which I have never ordered again. Very low key and spent with my closets friends.

Do you wish that you could have spent your 21st b-day enjoying it for 21 days doing someone amazing things? Well one wonderful young woman I know did. You might remember her from the Artist of the week on here or showcased in the first issue of HiddenYou e-zine. Her name is Nikki Yeager, and she is doing “21 days of my 21st”.

Here is just a snip-it of what she has in store for herself…

  1. Learn to skateboard
  2. Skeet shooting
  3. Learn to surf.
  4. Jetski.
  5. Skydive.
  6. Brazillian Wax.
  7. Try Kambucha and Aloe tea.
  8. Ride in a helicopter.
  9. Be on tv.
  10. Fly a plane.

Please go to her website http://www.nikkiyeager.com/apps/blog/ and read about her adventures and check out the videos. Hey if you want to help her out with some of her goals leave her some love on her page.

She inspired me to want to try to do something cool for my bday!

all the best,


Hey everyone!

Hope your week treated you well. Just sending an update out. In the next couple days or so we will have a featured artist of the week coming up, also I am taking submission for the next issue of HiddenYou e-zine. So, Please submit your works of art.  Also I will be posting awesome websites that should be checked out.

email address: hiddenmag@gmail.com

Have a great weekend!


Art Eat-Up is a food, drink and entertainment event with a twist; for a small donation, guests eat a delicious meal, enjoy good company and musical entertainment, and vote for the most worthy art proposal on the menu that night. All profits collected go to the winning artists to realize their project, which will be displayed at the next Art Eat-Up event. It is a great way to network, meet new people, have fun and provide support for a local art project. Art Eat-Up provides individual grants for artists, connects artists to each other and to the greater community and promotes the artistic livelihood of our community.

The event is on:

March 13th, 2010 6-9pm

@ Villa Borinquen,

396 Manilla Avenue (corner of 2nd street)

1st floor event space, Jersey City, NJ

Nikki Yeager www.nikkiyeager.com will be one of the artist there, who is also our featured artists and also in the HiddenYou e-zine on this website. So come out and support her.

To find out more information go to:


Hello Everyone,

Nikki Yeager a talented artist based in New York has created a new work of art. It is about the genocide that took place in Cambodia.

She explains what her painting means to her and gives a brief history lesson about what occurred during the years of 1975-1979 that many Americans never heard of.

Please go to her site and check out the artwork and read the brief blog she posted, and make sure to leave a comment and tell her what you think about her work.

She is featured in my free e-zine (download it if you haven’t already) and is also a Featured artist here on HiddenYou


All the best,



    • Asma: wonderful share thanks it will help me with photoshop
    • Gina: It's disgusting. I won't even watch the video... I'd likely be scarred. She should be tracked down and prosecuted. Make an example of her. She loo
    • Shari: So pretty and inspirational! I LOVE the idea of living and dreaming in color - sometimes that vibrancy can truly light up the world :-)