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Jean-Charles Cazin

Jean-Charles Cazin was a 19th century French painter who painted primarily landscapes and pastoral scenes, but also cityscapes of Paris and some smaller towns. When I first saw the painting now titled Paris Scene with Bridge (above, top) at the National Gallery in DC, I Read More...

Scam Down Under: Love of Books Brisbane / Julie "Jules" McGregor

10 hours agoArts / Writing : Writer Beware!

Posted by Victoria Strauss for Writer Beware It's a familiar story.Entrepreneur sets up publishing company. Publishing company charges fees, but it's not a vanity publisher--certainly not! Authors are just investing in their own success.But...oh dear. Show More Summary

Moving a Street Art Gallery in Austin

Since 2011 the HOPE Outdoor Gallery in Austin has offered permission walls for aspiring street artists. Hope stands for “Helping Other People Everywhere”. The site was a failed condo development which was converted into an outdoor gallery with the help of artist Shepard Fairy in 2011. Show More Summary

Creative Portraits: Images Inspired by Skrebneski

These are a few portraits made by my students in the 8 Week Portrait Workshop. We look at many different photographers and study their style, their approach, and the ways they use portraiture to convey their art. Ours is not to steal or copy, but to be inspired by. Show More Summary

5 Good Habits Every Design Agency Should Develop To Boost Productivity in 2018

These days, everything is about speed and productivity. You need to be able to deliver fast results but at the same time, you need to deliver quality services and products. Times, technology and consumer habits are changing fast. Nobody...Show More Summary

Steven Hawking Memorial Cartoons

Physicist Steven Hawking passed away this week at the age of 76 and I distributed many editorial cartoon tributes to newspapers. Readers love memorial cartoons,... Continue reading ?

In Search Of…

IN SEARCH OF   Tuesday morning I got up later than expected for my drive to San Diego. My short journey/road trip was to see Dan Winters, a favorite photographer of mine, do a talk on his photography.   The venue was the Museum of Photographic Arts in Balboa Park, so that was just an […] The post In Search Of… appeared first on ESSENTIALS For Photographers.

The Royal Ballet’s Giselle: a Photo Gallery (3rd edition)

10 hours agoDance / Ballet : The Ballet Bag

The current revival of Sir Peter Wright’s production of Giselle concludes tonight at the Royal Opera House, with Natalia Osipova and Matthew Ball (replacing an... The post The Royal Ballet’s Giselle: a Photo Gallery (3rd edition) appeared first on The Ballet Bag.

This is What Little Puppies Look Like When They’re Shaking Off Water

There’s a rule of thumb when it comes to viral dog photography: what’s cute with dogs is going to be twice as cute when you shrink your subjects down to puppies. Photographer Seth Casteel did it with Underwater Dogs and the sequel Underwater...Show More Summary

Puppies Jumping Into Swimming Pools Make for Unbelievably Cute Photos

If you haven’t smiled yet today, you’re about to. That’s because photographer Seth Casteel — the man behind the NY Times bestseller and viral sensation Underwater Dogs — is back with another installment of his series that promises to be even more adorable than the first. Show More Summary

The Big Crack

10 hours agoArts : Out There

The polite ones pretend to remember, because they don’t want to show they aren’t down with your age. “Down with” is their age. And the smart ones know what you’re talking about, though their eyes twitch as they grin. Old candy is what we liked when we were young candy. No one warned me not […]

Explain Me: The Spring Break Art Show Part One and Two With Pictures!

10 hours agoArts : Art Fag City

Last week William Powhida and I spent an enormous amount of time at the Spring Break Art Show. We had so much to say about the show we produced two podcasts and discussed many booths at length. In the first podcast, we give the lay of...Show More Summary

How to Build a Website the Easy Way – Simbla Review

As a small business owner, at one point you have choose if you want an agency to create your online representation of your business or if you want to do it yourself using a website builder like Simbla. Sometimes, having an agency create...Show More Summary

Hans Ulrich Obrist Interested in Time, Hans Ulrich Obrist

10 hours agoArts : Art Fag City

The line for last week’s keynote lecture at the Armory Show was as long as the speaker’s resume; slated to talk was Hans Ulrich Obrist, artistic director of the Serpentine Gallery and arguably the most famous curator in the world. But since Obrist is a fixture at large art fairs, the huge turnout was a surprise. Show More Summary

George Cibu: Modesty Is The Key #2 DOTW

Today we are talking about typography, lettering, and branding and I am very excited to have George Cibu sharing his experience in these fields with us. George is a freelance designer who specializes in typography, lettering, and branding. Show More Summary

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