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Mo Problems: One View of Twin Cities

I cannot read the news at night any more. I lay awake in the fading heat filled with outrage, sadness, my heart breaking with lives destroyed, communities torn apart, people disempowered and displaced. I have been dreaming of death, loved ones suddenly gone as I sit next to their hospital bed, the charred remains of […]

Chapter V - "Retro"

I love retro futuristic artwork, it has been my favorite style since the beginning of my career and it's always cool to see more people exploring that. Today I share the work done by the Sense Collective for their new chapter, the Chapter V - "Retro". We present our ensuing chapter, titled "Retro". Show More Summary

La Bayadère: Making the snakes

3 hours agoDance / Ballet : Behind Ballet

A deadly snake plays a key role in La Bayadère, hissing from its basket to bite Nikiya, the beautiful rival of the villainess Gamzatti. Houston Ballet uses live snakes when they dance Stanton Welch’s production of the ballet, but that’s … Continue reading ?

Gorgeously Lettered Greeting Cards from Horrible People

Sometimes, when looking at a sea of Typography – it’s nice to take a break … Read more posts by Julya Buhain

8 Days of Batmen- George Clooney!

Star of the 1995 box office disappointment “Batman and Robin”, George Clooney. The less said about that movie the better. One of eight caricatures from my upcoming limited edition print “Bats in the Belfry”, debuting TODAY at Wizard World Chicago Comic Con, and onsale in The Studio Store on Monday!

White Water Kayaking Photos – Surprisingly More Difficult Than You Might Think

I can’t believe that its late August and summer is almost over.  It seems that every year I have a list of summer time photo sessions that I never get around to. One thing I have had on my list for a while now is white water kayaking photos. There is a world class white [...]Show More Summary

Realistic Pencil Drawings of Jono Dry

South Africa-based artist Jono Dry was born in Pretoria and raised in the beautiful seaside town of … Read more posts by George Nacpil

?Brian Shumway

Dean in Playground. Pleasant Grove, Utah 2009 Brian Shumway (b. 1976, United States) is a Brooklyn-based photographer with the peculiar distinction of having a degree in anthropology from the University of Utah. He has a wide range of interests and thus his work covers the seemingly disconnected territory of children, family, identity, suburbia, fashion, and […]

Brad Elterman : a little #TBT in many ways

This article was first posted in 2009. We’re going to dedicate Thursdays on Photoinduced as Throw Back Thursday, and go into our archives to reintroduce some folks and photography to you. Sure, the concept of paparazzi was popularized in the days of La Dolce Vita. Yes, celebrities have always been sought after for exclusive personal […]

Separated at smirk

5 hours agoArts : Parterre Box

"Acciaio Azzurro, Ferrari, La Tigre: sono tutti la stessa faccia!"

Eye Candy for Today: Arthur Rackham illustration from The Valkyrie

Illustration from Wagner’s The Valkyrie, Arthur Rackham From The Golden Age Site. Another beautiful classic from the Golden Age of Illustration. They don’t call it the Golden Age for nothing.

'Cities at Night' project puts citizens to work identifying images of Earth

Got a few minutes to spare? You've got enough time on your hands to help a group of researchers tackle a massive problem. Cities at Night is a project aiming to recruit help from ordinary citizens in classifying images of Earth at night taken by astronauts aboard the International Space Station. Show More Summary

Two Sides of a Coin

5 hours agoArts / Dance : Danceviewtimes

“Hapless Bizarre,” “Mo(or)town/Redux” doug elkins choreography, etc. Doris Duke Theater, Jacob’s Pillow Becket, MA August 13, 2014 by Martha Sherman copyright © 2014 by Martha Sherman photo ©Jamie Kraus Donnell Oakley and Kyle Marshall...Show More Summary

How I Got My Book Deal (and a Literary Agent): Mary Weber

“How I Got My Agent” is a recurring feature on the Guide to Literary Agents Blog, with this installment featuring Mary Weber, author of STORM SIREN. These columns are great ways for you to learn how to find a literary agent. Some tales are of long roads and many setbacks, while others are of good luck and quick signings. Show More Summary

It’s Free Stuff Thursday!

Free Expo Pass for Photoshop World Las Vegas If you can’t attend the full three-day training conference, you can still take part in the Free Expo that’s headed for Las Vegas in a couple of weeks. Check out the show floor, packed with free classes, product demos, and exclusive show specials from the hottest namesContinue...

Stories you won't soon forget from Humans of New York

7 hours agoArts / Writing : Time to Write

Humans of New York is an amazing blog that features photos of New Yorkers along with quotes from brief interviews with them conducted by the photographer. On the site the photographer writes, "My name is Brandon and I began Humans.....

Daily Inspiration #1849

This post is part of our daily series of posts showing the most inspiring images selected by some of the Abduzeedo's writers and users. If you want to participate and share your graphic design inspiration, You can submit your imagesShow More Summary

Neanderthals and humans were both living in Europe for between 2,600 and 5,400 years

7 hours agoArts : Artdaily

Neanderthals shared Europe with modern humans for as long as five millennia until they died out 40,000 years ago -- "ample time" for cultural exchanges and interbreeding, researchers said on Wednesday. While there is no evidence that...Show More Summary

Debbas Collection of works by Shafic Abboud covering six decades to highlight Christie's Dubai Sale

8 hours agoArts : Artdaily

Collectors are in for a rare treat this auction season as Christie?s Dubai will be offering 10 works by the leading Lebanese modernist Shafic Abboud (1926-2004) from the exceptional Beirut collection of Viviane & Robert Debbas. Mostly...Show More Summary

Amsterdam's Allard Pierson Museum keeps disputed Crimea treasure to avoid legal fight

8 hours agoArts : Artdaily

A Dutch museum said on Wednesday it would delay the return of Crimean archaeological treasures it is exhibiting, fearing a legal tussle with either Russia or Ukraine. The priceless medieval artefacts, on loan from four Crimean museums,...Show More Summary

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