Chelsea Handler has no problem with being naked for a punchline (see: the last episode of her talk show) — but Instagram has other ideas. On Thursday night, the former E! comedian posted the famous “shirtless Vladimir Putin on a horse” photo — and next to it, added a picture of herself striking a similar post on […]
Urban and travel sketching was in the news yesterday, to my surprise and delight. Luis Simoes, a Portuguese artist, is on a 5 year mission to sketch his way around the world. He talks about his experiences and the purpose of of … Continue reading ?
Friday fresh free fonts is a series of free fonts posted every Friday, yes I know it's awesome. I will look forward to bring a lot of great fonts that will sure help you improve your typography work. Check out what I selected for you...Show More Summary
Does Prospect.3 live up to its predecessor? No.
Washington, D.C., or vicinity, 1923. "Getting ready for Halloween, and it's nobody's business where he got the pumpkin." Jack-o-lantern carving in the field with a boy and his dog. Harris & Ewing glass negative. View full size.
This week we were impressed by ads for BBC Drama, HSBC and Sixt, plus a sweet online tool from the Barbican. First up though, are a set of US holiday ads (yep, it's started) for the Gap, shot by Sofia Coppola...
What if I am becoming a nine patch?
As you bid Archtober adieu with a Halloween-themed candy binge weekend, ready your sturdiest tote bag and a swath of shelf space for New York’s Editions/Artists Books Fair. The extravaganza of contemporary art publishers and dealersShow More Summary
Ewan McGregor and Maggie Gyllenhaal made their Broadway debuts Thursday in a new revival of Tom Stoppard's "The Real Thing," which is being produced by the Roundabout at the American Airlines Theatre in New York.
I haven’t done one of these in a while because, frankly, I wasn’t reading a lot during the last big push to finish writing To Get Me To You. In keeping with the small town vibe, I’ve been on a Jill Shalvis kick, reading the 11th Lucky Harbor book, He’s So Fine, which I really enjoyed. Cole […]
Faced with imminent closure, London's Kemistry Gallery is hoping to reinvent itself as the first centre in the UK dedicated solely to graphic art and design. Next February it aims to stage a pop-up show which will work as a pilot for the next phase of its development – but it needs your help...
We always try our best to challenge your artistic abilities and produce some interesting, beautiful and creative artwork. And as designers we usually turn to different sources of inspiration. As a matter of fact, we’ve discovered the...Show More Summary
It’s on! In a recent report on the Melville House blog, MHP recaps Amazon’s plans to open a new pop-up warehouse in Manhattan, across from the Empire State Building, just in time for the holidays. To add fuel to the fire, MHP cites The Wall Street Journal’s description for why NYC-ers could really use an [...]
Marcel the Shell is having a bit of a moment right now. The self-loving, pint-sized mollusk with one eye, pink sneakers from a doll and a pipsqueak voice has, over the last four years, become one of the most darling cult figures of the Internet. He’s starred in YouTube videos that have amassed over 23 million […]
Sifting through history, one classic at a time. Column by Brian McGackin After a brief sabbatical, during which I may or may not have competed in a ghost story competition in a villa on the banks of a Swiss lake, I have returned to cull as many classics as sense and good fortune will allow. Show More Summary
Advertise here with BSA Designers know that the font type they choose will either make or break a design. So for any designer, the more fonts they have, the better. God knows my font...
Just because you're all grown up, doesn't mean you have to give up having fun on Halloween. Let Google+'s filter treat you to some fun pics.
Advertise here with BSA Often the phone battery is going low at the most inopportune moment, is not it? We depend on our phones and other handy devices which are always with us, even while a sleep time. They are useful, small, and beautiful, but the worst thing about all these devices is that they need to be charged...