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VR Storytelling Brings New Dimensions to Sheffield/Doc Fest

Many of the up-and-coming ways to produce documentaries, in fact, seem more like fiction than reality.

Air Travel Anxieties Get a Group Show

Stow your tray tables for gallery Magenta Plains' unusual take on airports, flights, and the TSA.

A 150-Pound Cube Is Giving Out Free Electronic Music in Berlin

Minimalist experimental electronic music producer Jan Jelenik is fascinated with the physical forms music can take, so he’s encased his music in concrete.

Disney's Original Character Drawings Hit the Auction Block

Turner Classic Movies teams up with Bonhams for a sale of original Disney art.

Bad News Brexit, Bill Cunningham RIP | Last Week in Art

The revered, inimitable, ever-talented Bill Cunningham, was 87.

Also (Possibly) Screwed By Brexit: The Art Market

6 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Because the pound sterling has fallen dramatically, says one expert, “the supply is going to dry up — particularly in the Old Masters market.”

This Writer Spent Eight Years Investigating Every Claim Made About Pit Bulls, So Of Course She’s Met With Death Threats At Every Turn

6 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“After voluminous research, Dickey came to the conclusion that the venom of the haters, who themselves possess the uncontrollable obsession with violence they ascribe to their canine target, is aimed not at these dogs but rather at the cypher of their stereotyped owner.”

Teach Your Robot To Be More Human By Settling It In With Unlimited Netflix

6 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“Six hundred hours of video sounds like a lot, but it’s not really that much. By the time we’re 10 years old, we’ve logged nearly 60,000 hours of waking-hours experience.”

Tenor Albert Remedios Sang Wagner Like No Other

6 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“Rising from an apprenticeship as a welder in Liverpool’s dockyards to a pinnacle of international success on the world’s opera stages, Alberto Remedios, who has died aged 81, traced an almost mythological career path, appropriate for the singer who so memorably incarnated the role of Siegfried in Wagner’s Ring.”

All Honor And Respect To Ralph Stanley’s Voice

6 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“Stanley’s voice has been called “a force of nature,” “otherworldly,” “elemental,” “eerie.” Try to describe it and you inevitably tumble into a deep mountain mine of contradictory clichés. Trying to capture its singular tone in a fresh way risks foolishness. (“Like a woodwind crossed with a coonhound, turned up to eleven” is a note I […]

Mirrorless is 'probably' the future: an interview with Hasselblad Product Manager Ove Bengtson

It is quite extraordinary for Hasselblad to produce a mirrorless camera like the X1D for a number of reasons. Firstly is the obvious: it has predominantly produced cameras with very large mirrors since its first consumer camera in 1948 - the 1600F. Show More Summary

A New York Post Editorial About Pizza

6 hours agoArts / Graphic Design : UnBeige

The back-and-forth with Detroit is just getting started.

Inspirational 11 - Word & Symbol

Sorry for no news until now regarding Inspirational 11, I have been like an octopus with a tentacle in so many different projects, from writing articles, to promoting artists, to figuring out how new projects are going to work practically. Show More Summary

Painting a Sunset Light Effect

(Link to YouTube) I want to show you how to paint a sunset light effect. I start with a watercolor sketchbook primed with a tint of Venetian red casein. It is OK to use acrylic paint or gesso for the priming also. I paint the sky with white gouache. Show More Summary

Clean, Mean, Quiet Machine

7 hours agoArts : Yanko Design

Clean, Mean, Quiet Machine Nothing like the sound of dump trucks and bulldozers in the morning! I’m listening to it right now and daydreaming of electric power! The...

A Printer You Won’t Despise

7 hours agoArts : Yanko Design

A Printer You Won’t Despise It seems like printers completely dominate the room there in, turning otherwise comfy spaces in to a full on copy and print center! Simply...

These People UFO So Much Harder Than You

Three Danish photographers set out to find America's true believers. The post These People UFO So Much Harder Than You appeared first on WIRED.

Client Experience Design

Let’s be honest: We designers can be difficult to work with. We might come from a controversial company culture, work an unconventional schedule or get impatient whenever our Internet connection is slower than the speed of light. Would...Show More Summary

What to Do This Summer

7 hours agoArts / Writing : Writer Unboxed

Kelly Simmons is a former journalist and advertising creative director and the author of the novels Standing Still, The Bird House, and One More Day. She’s a member of WFWA, Tall Poppy Writers and The Liars Club, a nonprofit organization dedicated to helping fledgling novelists. We enjoyed Kelly’s quirky fun voice so much on her […]

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