In case anyone is having trouble clearing his or her mind of the puppymonkeybaby that danced through the pet-door last evening during the Super Bowl, don’t worry, we won’t remind you of it. Puppymonkeybaby, puppymonkeybaby, puppymonkeybaby. Just let it be...
How to Use Blend If The Blend If sliders are one of Adobe Photoshop's most powerful layer blending options. They give you an incredibly nuanced control over how information from two separate layers is combined based on their luminosity values. In the screencast above, I show the Blend If sliders in action. Show More Summary
With ‘Data Cocktail,’ Twitter words become the recipe for a mixed drink.
“How does Blackness collide with the future?” asks The Center for Afrofuturist Studies.
Next time you're wondering if the powers that be are angry with us, look no further than this 46-second-long video.
MIAMI BEACH — For every skyscraper, zeppelin, airplane, or even lightbulb that demonstrated the progress of technology from the late-19th to mid-20th century, there were countless human bodies mangled, maimed, and electrified along the way.
Did the Ancient Greeks have laptops? Have you heard the new Pussy Riot? Read on to find out.
In this TED talk, news illustrator Richard Johnson tells what it was like to sketch during the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and how sketching brought him closer to the military company he traveled with. Art by Richard Johnson, courtesy...Show More Summary
On this day in 1895 the Petipa staging of Tchaikovsky's ballet Swan Lake premiered in St Petersburg.
Hollywood has definitely been fuelling me with plenty of inspiration lately. A few weeks ago I shared a tutorial on how to create a movie poster based on The Hateful Eight. Today I have another movie themed tutorial, this time inspired by the vibrant text effect from the Suicide Squad trailer. Show More Summary
Beyoncé's performance of 'Formation' at the Super Bowl was more than just epic. It was important. The post Beyoncé’s daring Super Bowl statement of blackness appeared first on Macleans.ca.
These surreal mini-stories tackle the relationships between humans and the natural world.
Selling lots of books and winning literary awards can sometimes be mutually exclusive, but today’s guest has managed both, so I’m thrilled to be talking to Rebecca Cantrell. In the intro I give my own writing update and talk about my progress on Destroyer of Worlds. In publishing news, there are rumors of Amazon opening […]
A Bebop Super Bowl It is Superbowl Sunday in the United States. The Superbowl is an event in which the top two National Football League teams play one another for the league championship. Tickets to the game sell for… … read more AJBlog: RiffTidesPublished 2016-02-07 Five ArtsJournal Stories You Shouldn’t Miss This Week Ah, an […]
Artist Bazarove turned a church into a multimedia installation.
With Body of Matter, MU zooms in on the body and the possibilities biotechnology has to offer to change, enhance, investigate and replace it, now and in the near future
Artist David McLeod’s newest series is like an abstract school of iridescent fish.
On this day in 1792 Cimarosa's Il Matrimonio Segreto premiered in Vienna.
Our guest today is Gaëtane Burkolter: born in Africa, she spent her early childhood in Switzerland and grew up in Australia. Gaëtane has a Bachelor of Arts (Communications) from the University of Technology, Sydney, and almost twenty years in government communications and public relations. Becoming a parent relatively late in life rocked Gaëtane’s world, opening the […]
Using paint and a water tank, Kim Keever creates fantastical landscapes and swirls of color.