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VERTIGO Obsession Pt. 2: The Judy Room

Forgive me, readers, for I have sinned. My last post was over two years ago. You find me still obsessed over the subject of that post, the artwork Vertigo, by Alfred Hitchcock, which in recent years has come to be considered the Greatest Film Ever Made. “Stand in line,” you say? Yes, there are all […]

28 Bar & Grill Restaurant Website Layouts

A recognizable online presence should be one of the top priorities for any new restaurant. Patrons and new customers alike both prefer to find information about restaurants from the comfort of their desk, couch, or doctor’s waiting room. Show More Summary

Ai Weiwei's Visa

7 hours agoArts : Coxsoft Art News

Yesterday, at the Franz-Josef-Strauss airport in Munich, Ai Weiwei was reunited with his son, Ai Lao, who lives in Germany. Meanwhile the furore over Britain's denial of Ai Weiwei's application for a six-month visa rumbles on. The Home Secretary will revue the case (CLICK).

The Kids of Burning Man

Children may be a couple of feet shorter than most burners at Burning Man, but, in Zipporah Lomax’s view, their behavior in Black Rock Desert isn’t too different from that of their adult counterparts. Like their parents, they like to...Show More Summary

The Only Five Public Statues of Historic Women in NYC

7 hours agoArts : Hyperallergic

Setting aside the allegorical females and fictional heroines like Lewis Carroll's Alice, who are the historic women honored in New York's public statuary?

A View from the Easel

7 hours agoArts : Hyperallergic

Artist studios in Illinois, Massachusetts, Michigan, New York, and Ohio.

Nick Cave on “Tackling Really Hard Issues” with Art

7 hours agoArts : Hyperallergic

"I’m interested in coming to Detroit — providing you this opportunity to be up close and personal with the work in this static format, but then also being able to get you into this performative experience."

Sum of the Arts

7 hours agoArts : Hyperallergic

Height (in feet) of the rogue wave depicted in Katsushika Hokusai's famed "The Great Wave off Kanagawa" (c.1830–32) = 32–39

These mics capture sounds from the edge of human hearing – and beyond

Here’s how much Slovak label LOM loves field recordings and strange sounds: they didn’t just stop with releasing a few wild experimental ambient albums. They’ve gotten into the boutique mic business. They’re creating new hardware that lovingly captures electro-magnetic fields. Show More Summary

Join Electric Indigo, Inner8 for an Immersion in Aesthetics

By way of follow up to our chat with Daniele Antezza yesterday, his Inner8 live act with sYn will meet up with another audiovisual collaboration – Susanne Kirchmyer (Electric Indigo), with visualist Thomas Wagensommerer. That takes place...Show More Summary

Bike Contraption Whistles with the Movement of the Tide

8 hours agoArts : MAKE: Art Design

This art project at the San Francisco Exploratorium uses an old Huffy bike, a shipping container, and the tide to imitate Bosun's whistle. Read more on MAKE The post Bike Contraption Whistles with the Movement of the Tide appeared first on Make: DIY Projects, How-Tos, Electronics, Crafts and Ideas for Makers.

Desktop Wallpaper Calendars: August 2015

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

D.C. museum caught between the Bill Cosby scandal and hosting his family's art trove

9 hours agoArts : Culture Monster

A year ago, Tracey Jones, a Baltimore teacher leading a field trip to the National Museum of African Art, might have lingered at the large quilt showing images of Bill Cosby, holding him up to her mostly African American students as a role model. Growing up, she says, she "wanted the Cosby family."

Seeking Balance

9 hours agoArts / Fiber Art : Spirit Cloth

Good-bye July. It rained like no tomorrow late yesterday. But here it is. I plan to be away for August. I need the time. And space. To rearrange. Shift. Center. Balance is a matter of practice I think. One must...

Jeremy Deller designs new banknote for the Brixton Pound

To celebrate five years of the Brixton Pound, the capital's only local currency, the organisation commissioned artist Jeremy Deller to design a new B£5 note. The result is both psychedelic and political and continues to challenge more traditional approaches to banknote design...

Exposure: Photographer Jack Davison

Art Director Gemma Fletcher examines the work of Photographer Jack Davison, in the latest installment of a series looking into new talent in photography, from recent graduates to photographers breaking into the industry...

Penguin's new website offers free book extracts to Tube passengers

Penguin has launched a new website offering London Underground passengers access to free book extracts and author interviews as part of a campaign to celebrate its 80th birthday.

Mondial: a beautiful new brand magazine from Rapha

With some thought-provoking content and an aesthetic inspired by Twen and vintage cycling magazines, Rapha's new publication Mondial offers a stylish alternative to sport and gear-focused titles, and a beautiful showcase of the brand's products.

50 incredible freebies for web designers, July 2015

If you find yourself lacking inspiration, what you need is our monthly resources delivery! It’s packed with multiple design and development options for you to choose from. Amazing designers and developers release new projects every day, including icons, PSD and vector UI kits, templates, fonts, themes for WordPress and more. So free up some hard drive […]

Technology sector, share of market over time

Here's a straightforward stacked area chart from the Economist that shows shifting market share in the technology sector. It highlights the quick shrinkage of IBM in the 1990s, Microsoft reign… Tags: Economist, technology

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