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When you're dealing with a boxer who was, is, and will always be The Greatest, mere steel or stone just won't do. When crafting a temporary installation in tribute to Muhammad Ali, sculptor Michael Kalish went above and beyond the normal artistic mediums, choosing to hang 1,300 punching bags in careful arrangement to recreate the visage of the champion who floated like a butterfly and stung like a bee. It's an amazing match of subject and medium, and as rare as the Ali himself. Check it out for yourself in all three glorious dimensions
when it's unveiled at the Nokia Plaza on March 25th. Until then, you'll have to settle for video and stills at Kalish's project website, www.realizeali.com. (Fubiz)
By now, your big gifts are probably wrapped and underneath the tree. (If not, stop reading this and GO GO GO!) Now all that's left are the tiny treasures to round out your gift-giving game. But, rather than copping out with another Starbucks gift card or scratch-off lotto ticket, get creative and keep it personal.
In 2014, Kanye West went from rapper to adjective. He's been A-list for quite some time, but this year we saw a sharp transition in the way people talk about him. Comments went from "Look what Kanye said" to "How Kanye is that?" Now, Kanye is a lifestyle. He's the tortured artist to a point of self-parody. He is larger read