This site showcases the (mostly) digital work of Andrew DiFiore from both Virtual Arts Studios and answerYES Interactive as well as random thoughts and experimental projects too volatile to be contained anywhere else.

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    Virtual Arts Studios Reloaded

    Well, it has been a long-time coming but we’re about to remake history.  The new and improved Virtual Arts Studios website is on the verge of a new beginning and it makes us quiver all over (in a good way).

    Unfortunately, this means saying good bye to some old friends.  Virtual Postcards will be discontinued along with features like The Lab and my FlashKit work. They had a good run; I will do my best to republish some of the more popular content on this blog over time.

    Troglodyte Homunculus?

    One of the best parody videos of the now infamous Bill O’Reilly rant at Inside Edition. Kind of reminds me of the “Weird Al” Yakovic’s mock celebrity interviews (e.g. Madonna). Funny stuff but definitely NSFW.

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    Founder of Advanced Chiropractic and Wellness of Stamford, Dr. Brian Yomtov provides whole-patient health care using the best in chiropractic, acupuncture, and applied kinesiology. He believes in helping patients with their health issues by empowering them with information on how they can take control of their pain.

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    Launch of author Emilie Betts’ interactive website, promoting her new autobiographical book Shadows in My House of Sunshine which takes the reader on a journey with a little girl from the days of prohibition through to the September 11th World Trade Center disaster.

    The site was designed using the words and the art (the background watercolors are all original works) of the author which serve as an evocative complement to the book. Even the music has a story behind it. Emile is one of those unassuming women whose warmth and graciousness belies her (many) extraordinary accomplishments. And this website was one of those projects that never felt like work and yet provided great satisfaction.

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