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An Animated Series Inspired by Donald Trump To Grace the Small Screen Soon



The media feeds on Donald Trump and everything he does. Comedians, in particular, are heavily inspired by the president of the US. Daily Show host Trevor Noah declares that he is a “comedy cocaine.” It seems like another host and comedian is not immune to the drug as Stephen Colbert of the Late Show has sold an animated series dedicated to President Trump.

Stephen Colbert is known to be a critic of Donald Trump and often leaves funny yet cutting remarks about him on The Late Show. Often, his jokes gain public attention and when he released a comedic statement about the sexual relationship between Trump and Putin, the president of the US himself left a comment, saying that there was nothing funny about what he said. But did that stop Colbert? Obviously, not. In fact, it appears that he’s not content with just that. He is set on bringing an animated Trump show into television.

A Trumpian Animated Show with a Humor

Cartoon Trump’s first appearance is not in the animated series. It will be remembered that he’s a familiar guest on The Late Show, first appearing in the opening segment of the Colbert’s Election Night Special last November. Colbert and the crowd immediately fell for the character. The success of the episode heavily inspired the creation of the series.

The animated show will present animated versions of Trump and his family members. The plot is said to be based on the truish adventures of the family and all those around them including their top associates, golf pros, heads of other governments, and more. It will explore Trump’s history and psyches with the aim to reveal insights about the president. It will also touch real events in the news.

In an interview, Colbert says that he has known for some time that a lot of people want to see a cartoon version of the president. Their Trump animation will invite the audience into the private world of the first family.

The Team Behind the Show

Watch the video here.

Colbert, along with The Late Show Chris Licht, is the executive producer of an half-hour animated series inspired by the most powerful family in the US. Tim Luecke, who is known to be one of the creators of the animated version of Mr. Trump in The Late Show, will be the lead animator of the series.

Though there is not yet an official release of the series’ title, it is already set to air on Showtime during the fall of 2017. It has been ordered to have 10 episodes for the first season.

The turnaround time of the animated series’ production will be quick. The network wants the most current events to play a role in the exploits of cartoon Trump.

David Nevins, the CEO of the Showtime Networks, says that he has high hopes for the series. He believes that Colbert and Licht’s vision for an animated-comedy will get great attention from viewers. Of course, only time will actually tell.

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Art Definition and Its 7 Roles in a Child Growth




Art is something which can be defined as a creative work of a person. It is a form of expression. It’s not a magic, rather it makes something visually entertaining. It can also be considered as the development of the elementary principles of the nature into beautiful forms which are suitable for human use. This activity can manifest the beauty of anything, as this is the ideal way to do things.

Child developmental benefit of Art

Besides reading and writing of the common subjects in the school curriculum, art has got a huge benefit in developing a child’s mind and physic. Children involving in creative activities from the very tender age have the tendency to develop better skills which will help them in their future and will make them better performer in every field.  

Below is a Little Explanation of the Total 7 Types of Benefits of Art Culture Hidden in Children:

Firstly: Below are These 5 Benefits Found in Children

1. Motor Skills: Children can develop motor skills by making art, as they need to do some of the activities like scribbling with crayons or holding a paintbrush, during painting their imaginations. A child who can use safety scissors and draw a circle at age three should be able to draw a square and cut straight lines with scissors by age four.

2. Language Development: Sometimes some of the simple activities like crumpling up of paper and then calling it a ball, then recognizing the color of the ball, will help children in learning words, colour, shapes, actions, etc. They can even learn to use descriptive words to talk about their feelings about their own artwork or about their own creations.

3. Decision Making: Art education may even strengthen critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. They will hence carry their ability or skill in their future life, which will help them in achieving success in their desired field.

4. Visual Learning: Sculpting with clay, putting and tying beads on a string and drawing develop visual-spatial learning and skills among children. Take a simple example. Kids nowadays can handle tablets or smart phones more efficiently, even before learning how to read and write shows that they are able to develop visual skills faster and more effectively.

5. Inventiveness: While making pictures, kids can use their own imaginations to get something out of their imaginations. Sometimes they are able to put their imaginations properly and sometimes they need more time to do so. However, in both the cases they gain a sense of innovation that will develop more and stay with them in their adult lives. 

Secondly: Cultural Awareness and Academic Achievement – These 2 Parts are Intrinsically Involved in Improving Children’s Development

1. Cultural Awareness: A child can develop cultural awareness through images. Suppose a child is playing with a toy that suggests a sexist or racist meaning then part of the meaning develops in the child’s brain because of the feature of the toy like the shape, color, texture of the hair, etc. 

2. Improvement in Academic Performance: There is a correlation between academic achievement and painting. Children who consistently engage in the arts are four times as likely to receive recognition for their academic accomplishments. Additionally, some of these children have received awards in academic competitions. On the other hand, those who do not participate are left behind.

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Creativity –the virtue of a man



Creativity is producing and imaginative new ideas into reality. It is novel in style or properties. Creativity is measured by perceiving the world in new ways, finding hidden patterns, making connections between seemingly unrelated phenomena, and discover and not create. 

Development of creativity:

The advancement of the modern concept of creativity begins in the Renaissance when creation began to be accredited as having originated from the abilities of the individual abilities and not God. It could be referred to as the leading intellectual movement of the time, called humanism, which developed a human-centric outlook on the world, valuing individuals intellect and achievement. From this philosophy arose the Renaissance, an individual who embodies the humanism’s principals in their ceaseless courtship of affairs. One of the most well-known and immensely recognized examples showed in the art of the creation of Leonardo da Vinci.

Intelligence and creativity:

The relation between creativity and intelligence are described in the theory of 4 Ps process, product, person, and place. In modern times, it is distributed in many theories like threshold theory, Certification theory, and Interference theory.

It is a common notion that “creativity” originated in Western cultures through Christianity, as a grace of divine inspiration. Historian Daniel J. Boorstin said that the early Western conception of creativity was taken from Genesis.   In Renaissance that creativity was first seen, not as a conduit for the divine, but from the “great men.”

The creation of Leonardo da Vinci


In the 18th century and the Age of Enlightenment, mention of creativity, linked with the concept of imagination, became more frequent. In the writing of Thomas Hobbes, imagination was a key element of human cognition.

Creativity had no existence as a concept until the 19th century. Albert and Runco argued that creativity emerged in the late 19th century with the increased interest in individual differences inspired by Drawanism’s arrival.

Modern Time:

In “Art of Thought” published in 1926, Wallas presented the first time explained the creative process in five stages:

(i) Preparation 

(ii) Incubation 

(iii) Intimation 

(iv) Illumination or insight

(v) Verification 

Four “C” Models:

James C. Kaufman and Beghetto invented a “four C” model on creativity: 

Mini-C – “transformative learning of experiences, actions, and insights”.

Little-C – A creative expression of an everyday problem. 

Pro-C – People who are professionally or vocationally creative though not necessarily imminent.

Big-C – This model accommodates creativity models that stressed competence as an essential virtue and the historical transformation of a creative domain treated as the highest mark of creativity.

Convergent and divergent thought:

Convergent thinking aims at for a single, correct solution to one problem, whereas divergent thinking involves creating multiple answers to a set problem. Other researchers have occasionally used flexible thinking or fluid intelligence, roughly similar to (but not synonymous with) creativity.

Intelligence creativity and IQ

In the London School of psychology, H. L. Hargreaves kept an address to the faculty in the year early 1927, which helped to popularize the study of creativity and to focus on scientific approaches of creativity. 

Statistical analysts tried to measure creativity in terms of human cognition to IQ-type intelligence.  

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Destinations for Art Lovers



Are you an artist? Or do you love art? Or do you have the cravings to know about the best artworks around the world? Then there is definitely a checklist for you. Here are some places one shouldn’t miss especially if the person is intoart:

British Museum, London

Founded in 1759, this is one of world’s most visited museums. It has the biggest number of artefacts (8 million) ranging from human history to culture. One the one hand it hosts artworks by renowned artists like Van Gogh, Michelangelo; and on the other there are several artefacts embedded with history like Rosetta Stone.

Thus the British Museum is no doubt one of the most well known and most reputed museum around the world and of course a dream destination for art lovers. 

Vatican Museums, Italy

Being previously a papal palace, the Vatican Museum is hosting the museum since 1506 and is definitely the oldest. It houses more than seventy thousand artefacts divided into twenty-two sections. All these collections are unique and individual by nature and equally astonishing.

Several such sections include the Raphael Rooms, which consists whole lot of rooms full of Raphael’s works; the collection of paintings from the Medieval and Renaissance period and the Sistine Chapel by Michelangelo.

Louvre Museum, Paris

This museum is located in the very heart of Paris. It became a museum almost two hundred years ago and before that it used to be a fortress for hundreds of years from the 12th century onwards. It tops the list regarding popularity, space and age.

The attractions are several and there are numerous priceless artworks divided in eight sections covering from the era of Ancient Egypt to Romantic Period. However the main attraction of the museum is obviously Vinci’s legendary painting Mona Lisa.

Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

Popularly known as The Met, this museum is housing more than two million artworks since 1872 and is one of the most visited museums on this planet. There are seventeen curatorial sections and the artefacts are divided among them. 

There is a breathtaking collection of paintings from Europe. Botticelli, Rembrandt, Vermeer, Degas, Rodin are few names worth mentioning. Apart from these there are one American section full of artefacts and also a section devoted to Egypt.

The Prado, Spain

One of the oldest museums in world, The Prado museum is situated in Madrid. The collection of this museum owes a lot to the Spanish Kings and Queens. Their collection of several centuries rests proudly in this museum. There are paintings of Velázquez, Goya and of several other famous artists. This museum not only hosts paintings of Spain but has a great collection of Italian artworks as well.

Surely, there can be no such list which may rank these dream destinations of art lovers. However, this can work as a basic checklist if you are clueless about the iconic art works and where they are being kept held. So, the wait is over. Stop reading and start exploring.

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