We all have a lot going on these days, and anything that saves time for our marketing efforts is a good thing. Recently, I discovered Author Marketing Club’s Premium option which includes a fantastic service for discovering appropriate book reviewers, as well as an HTML generator for making funky sales descriptions. (Yes, I am a [...]
Wouldn’t it be lovely if galleries would promote their artists and their work as beautifully as Goldmark Gallery in Great Britain does? Here is a trailer for the film ‘Elemental” featuring Ken Matsuzaki, a Japanese potter working in Mashiko, Japan. (I believe there is a longer If you can see this, then you might need a [...]
Uncle Grey Denmark has turned the common fly poster into a musical instrument to promote a new mobile app by headphone brand Urban Ears.
Bristol's PAN Studio, winners of the first Playable City Award, are set to awaken the city's urban landscape by enabling its residents to interact with a variety of public objects and street furniture...
Celebrating the released of the new Adobe Creative Cloud suite of applications, we today will share an awesome motion design work created for the launch of the previous CS6 suite. I didn't know about this work and that's why I had to share it here with you all. Show More Summary
Despite some glaring flaws in its presentation, this time lapse video of Kim Jung Gi drawing a complex panorama in markers, across two walls at 90° and apparently without preliminary sketch, is fascinating. Starting with a driver’s face, he goes on to draw cars, bikes, scuba divers and a variety of animals and people, including [...]
Rashid Johnson, James Turrell, Mike Kelley, Cindy Sherman, and more.
I told lots of people that I was going to write about the East Bay Poetry Summit for Harriet’s “Open Door” series. And each time, I followed it up with a confession: “It was so wonderful, I have no idea how to write about it. Everyone will just think I drank the Kool-Aid!” I hoped [...]
Directed by French designers Laura Sicouri and Kadavre Exquis, LSD ABC is a strange retro-fuelled trip through the alphabet...
Over the last year, Stan Prokopenko, also known as "Proko" has produced some of the best online tutorials on head drawing. Here's "How to Draw the Head from Any Angle" (Direct link to YT Video). Proko studied at the Watts Atelier starting when he was in high school, and now he teaches there. Show More Summary
In Art21's latest "Exclusive," artist Trenton Doyle Hancock talks about life changes and how his work has evolved.
Rain Room is the latest in museum crazes, an installation where motion sensors make it possible for you to walk through a steady downpour without getting wet. It’s widely agreed upon that Rain Room is nothing short of a miracle.
The following is a guest post from Jotham Burrello, publisher of Elephant Rock Books. I arrived at Ragdale House on a sunny June morning in my rusty Saab. I’d packed my … Read more
The finest work from Ravensbourne's class of 2013 was on display this week at the college's Greenwich Peninsula campus and included some impressive graphic design, motion graphics and digital photography projects.
Have a flash that's been sitting, unused, for a long time? Or did you buy a used flash with an unknown history? Turn it on the wrong way and you may be in for a bit of a surprise. Doesn't matter if it is a speedlight, an Alien Bee mono, a Profoto pack-and-head or whatever. Show More Summary
Illustration Master Class is a summer workshop that takes place in Amherst, Massachusetts for artists in the field of imaginative realism. (Link to video) Students paint in both traditional and digital media under the guidance of 15Show More Summary
Yesterday, alt-lit author and experienced hamster artist Tao Lin published the last installment of a series of iPhone photos he’d taken for Vice during a recent trip to Taipei. The final selection is entitled “Taipei metro” and includes melancholy, voyeuristic photos of various metro locations throughout Taipei.
Guest post by Eric Asboe As a curatorial department of the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA), the Minnesota Artist Exhibition Program (MAEP) is “dedicated to exhibiting and supporting artists living and working in the state of Minnesota.” Begun in 1975, the MAEP is a creative partnership with the MIA, “founded by a group of regional [...]