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Since 1977, Avant Garde Jewelers has been the go-to-jewelry store, providing the Austin area with fine diamonds, custom jewelry design, engagement rings, wedding bands, personal customer service and so much more
It's unmissable," grins Ioanna Pantopoli, founder of Avant Garde and, as such, the brains behind the annual festival.
Born in Kiev in 1878, Malevich was an important Avant Garde artist.
Also at Views From the Avant Garde were two Canadian films that were not part of Perspectives Canada, but did screen at TIFF as part of Preludes, the 10 short films the festival commissioned from well-known Canadian filmmakers.
Bodek addresses, finally, relations between avant garde and revolutionary culture.
Mitchell recommends that her support group work with professionals like Sklaroff, who owns Avant Garde, the Dresher hair salon, to find the right color and style wig.
Display designs include the ITC Avant Garde Gothic(R), Eurostile(TM) and Graphite(TM) families and a selection of scripts such as the Caflisch Script(R), Snell Roundhand(TM) and Freestyle Script(TM) families.
As a company that never follows the crowd, the new Snapshot and Snap Case collections have been inspired by designs that let consumers personalize their individual style with an Avant Garde retractable leash.
It is paradoxical and strangely typical that Canada's internationally renowned avant garde cinema can trace its origins to, of all places, the Canadian government.
In addition to several new characters and ligatures, the ITC Avant Garde Gothic Pro fonts include the famous letterforms used in the logotype of "Avant Garde" magazine, on which the geometric sans serif typeface is based.