If you're looking for somewhere to take the cherubs to over the summer, you could do worse than the Jewish Museum London. The museum is currently showing Tiger, Mog and Pink Rabbit: A Judith Kerr Retrospective, which runs until 14 October and should interest adults as well as children. Show More Summary
It's hot, and the British are bothered. But to keep you chuckling while you boil, here's a comedy-filled Ads of the Week...
D&AD has announced the winners of its New Blood student awards, with three black, four white and 20 yellow pencils going to projects for Nationwide, Airbnb, WeTransfer, WWF, Pantone, BBC, Vice and more.
A new series of maps created by howmuch.net attempts to look at art valuation based on country of origin.
If you’ve ever been to a high school or college football game, chances are you’ve seen a color guard.
What You'll Be Creating In the following steps you will learn how to create a detailed bullet chain pattern brush and how to create a nice illustration using it in Adobe Illustrator. For starters you will learn how to set up a simple grid. Show More Summary
This week I’m excited to introduce Vector Toons as the latest donator of top quality resources for my Access All Areas membership. Members can now download a combination of four Vector Toons cartoon character packs from the businessShow More Summary
Prince Charles in June 1970 whizzing across the lake at Sunninghill Park on a chair balanced on a table. (Photo by Ray Bellisario)
Caravaggio, "Nativity with Saint Lawrenceand Saint Francis" For further reading on the ARCA Blog about Caravaggio's "Nativity with Saint Lawrence and Saint Francis" stolen from a church in Palermo in 1969:Judith Harris, "Breaking News...Show More Summary
First – to be clear – I’m talking about the process of using a smartphone camera for photography – not the pics, pix, snaps, shots or whatever it is smartphone togs, shooters or iphoneograperhers call photographs captured with a mobile phone camera. (Does anyone else really really hate the term “tog” or is it just [...]Show More Summary
Are you on Ello yet? If not you are missing out on the best photography community on the web right now. It’s a wonderful ad-free social network where your photos are published BIG like they are meant to be seen. Some truly amazing photographers are publishing some truly amazing work there right now. This is […]
nigra-lux: SICHEL, Nathaniel (1843-1907) Almée, detail between 1875-1905 Oil on canvas, 153 x 93 cm Ermitage, St. Petersburg Ed. Orig.
Recent Listening: Dave Bass, Tiempo Libre Dave Bass, NYC Sessions (Whaling City Sound) In the 1970s when pianist Dave Bass thought that a broken wrist had ended his career, he dropped… … [read more] AJBlog: RiffTides Published 2015-07-02 Queers & Comics: Alison Bechdel Click in at 14’30”. That gets you right to the funny, smart, invariably entertaining cartoonist […]
The A.R.T. at Harvard University is a leading force in the American theater, producing groundbreaking work in Cambridge and beyond.
As the introduction penned this week by Louisville Courier-Journal’s newest reporter makes clear, Sarah Ivens brings a wealth of experience to the Kentucky beat. Born and raised in London, where she worked for various magazines and newspapers, she eventually came to New York to launch the U.S. Show More Summary
“The Hispanic market has grown from $1 trillion in buying power in 2010 to $1.5 trillion this year, according to Nielsen data. And Nielsen and Google surveys find members of that audience to be among both the heaviest viewers of TV and the earliest and most active users of new media technology.”
“Some Britons have discarded their televisions — the main source of home viewing for half a century — in favour of tablets which many younger people use to watch programmes over a wireless Internet connection. The BBC’s Head of News, James Harding, last month predicted that by 2025, most people in the United Kingdom would […]
“Let’s talk about this supposed crisis of overchoice in the film business. In the past couple of years, there have been a lot more movies released. Depending on where you live, there may be twice as many movies being released in theatres each week as there were in 2000.”
Academics at the University of York have discovered a correlation between genetic and linguistic diversity and concluded that at least in Europe people who speak different languages are also more likely to have a different genetic make-up. Show More Summary