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James Bond: The Man, The Myth, and the Birds He Loved

4 hours agoArts : Wired: Design

A new exhibition explores the myth of James Bond – both the legendary spy and the bird lover he was named after. The post James Bond: The Man, The Myth, and the Birds He Loved appeared first on WIRED.

wonderingaboutitall: The Coast Of Portrieux, Cotes-du-Nord  -...

4 hours agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

wonderingaboutitall: The Coast Of Portrieux, Cotes-du-Nord  - Eugène Boudin

ultrawolvesunderthefullmoon: Illustrations by Victo Ngai Victo...

4 hours agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

ultrawolvesunderthefullmoon: Illustrations by Victo Ngai Victo is a New York based illustrator form Hong Kong. She graduated from Rhode Island School of Design majoring in illustration.

How Your Art Makes People Feel

People don’t buy what you do or why you do it. They buy how it makes them feel. - Bernadette Jiwa When I heard Jiwa utter those words on a stage in Denver last year, I had an AHA! moment. I had previously been sucked in by Simon Sinek’s famous TED Talk, Start With Why. Show More Summary

41 Lovely and Creative Vintage Photos of Animals Taken by Nancy Christenson Hendrickson

Nancy Christenson Hendrickson (1886 – 1978) was the 6th child of Swedish immigrants. She was the first to be born on the family homestead along the Heart River near Mandan. Nancy attended school classes during the winter, but learned mostly from the many magazines her family subscribed to. Show More Summary

How To Create Digital Double Exposure Portraits

This technique is inspired by what was possible way back using film, by exposing the same position of the roll for several times. Doing this, enabled re-exposing the dark parts of a film to a new light. (assuming they were dark and unexposed on the first exposure). Of course doing this well, required lots of film [...]Show More Summary

archatlas: Until the Kingdom Comes Simen Johan  The...

5 hours agoArts / Art History : Old Paint

archatlas: Until the Kingdom Comes Simen Johan  The so-called truth behind Johan’s photographs is that they are an amalgam of hundreds of photographs. The photographer produces high-resolution images by pressing the button in locations far and wide, from the San Diego Zoo to Africa. Show More Summary

How to Tell if Your Website Needs an Update

If you intend to do any kind of business online, it’s important to have a good website; but just how important can be difficult to say! For example, Lightspeed GMI’s recent survey found that approximately 93 percent of consumers now utilize the internet to do research before making a purchasing decision. Show More Summary

This Old Website

7 hours agoArts : The Fox Is Black

I wouldn’t say I’m the type of person who watches a lot of TV though I feel like I am. When I get home from work my partner Kyle and I tend to put on one of a hand full of shows. We love Black-ish or Jessica Jones, some Adventure Time or Absolutely Fabulous. Afterwards... Continue reading ?

Node.js Foundation will Incubate Express in-House

7 hours agoArts / Graphic Design : Noupe

Node.js has been growing in popularity over the past few years, and it has become one of the most well known choices for server-side JavaScript. Recently, the Node.js Foundation, an impartial foundation hosted by The Linux Foundation...Show More Summary

Top Posts From AJBlogs 02.10.16

8 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

Wroth About Rothko: “Order & Joint Stipulation of Dismissal” in De Sole Case vs. Freedman & Knoedler When a litigant perceives, during the course of a trial, that there’s a good chance he’ll lose his case, there is an impetus to settle. With many expert witnesses having denied authenticating the disputed Rothko … read more […]

How fatal was my sdegno!

8 hours agoArts : Parterre Box

I think we can all agree that this Anna Pirozzi is the real thing!

More Everydays by Beeple

On Abduzeedo, we totally dig the work of Beeple aka Mike Winkelmann where we've featured him several times in the past. His work is just so condemn stunning, there is no words to say how impressive to actually create a piece every single day from the beginning. Show More Summary

How tough can it be? LensRentals looks at why it's so hard to make lenses

Just check it and fix it, it can't be that hard. Can it? Why can't you just make them better? It sounds like a reasonable question until you start unpacking exactly what it entails. This is exactly what Roger Cicala and company do in the latest LensRentals blog post. Show More Summary

The Razor/Toothbrush Holder, Reinvented

9 hours agoArts : Yanko Design

Are you guilty of laying your toothbrush down after using it? What about your razor? It’s not only unsanitary but just plain gross! We’re...

Ship, Set Up, and Sit in Style

9 hours agoArts : Yanko Design

Named Antilope for its long legs, this high stool design by Mario Alessiani has plenty of character despite being flat pack and quite simple....

It’s New Class Thursday!

Creating a Wedding Photo Book in Adobe Lightroom Learn how to create beautiful wedding albums in Lightroom CC! Join Scott Kelby as he shares his favorite design tips, tricks, and techniques for creating wedding photo books with high impact. Show More Summary

International impact of China’s economic slowdown

China's economic slowdown means a major decline in imports from other countries, which leads to significant effects in these areas. The Guardian takes a look. The vertical axis represents lost… Tags: China, economy, Guardian

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