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Rare Video of Illustrator Arthur William Brown

Here's a rare archival sound film from 1949, showing Golden-Age illustrator Arthur William Brown (1881-1966) as he tells the story of his career and the principles behind his pictures. (Link to YouTube) He says: "I think I was one of...Show More Summary

Game of Thrones Matte Painting

Game of Thrones is probably the most popular TV series right now and despite the fact that I am not a fan of the show I have to say that I love the aesthetics and art direction of the show. In this post I want to share this really cool...Show More Summary

A Project that Lets You Control Music with Your Mind

last weekArts : Hyperallergic

With new technology comes new opportunities to augment our reality, and two art projects now on view in Brooklyn experiment with our interaction with sound through electronic devices.

Walk Down Watercolor Railroads in the Rotoscoped Music Video for Hugo's "Hailstorms"

HUGO - Hailstorms Music Video from HUAGLOM on Vimeo. Amid a sea of muted watercolors and rotoscoped pen-and-ink-style scribbles, the face of Hugo (the mononym of Thai-British musician Hugo Chakrabongse Levy) emerges to the rolling beat of the downtempo "Hailstorms," a track off 2014's Deep In the Long Grass (Lullaby). Show More Summary

Collection Rotation: Lacey Haslam

The search function is the pinnacle of any networked system, an access point that has evolved from an aspect of internal networks into being synonymous with the almighty search engine. In the ’80s, a time when our internal networks were flawed by unstructured information management, Thomas D. Wilson began studying behaviors related to seeking information.

How tUnE-yArDs Turned the Drought into a Dance Song

Song Exploder is a podcast where musicians deconstruct their songs and tell the stories behind how they were made. In the past, it's explored tracks from My Morning Jacket to Downton Abbey and more. In the newest episode, musician, creator,...Show More Summary

The Walker Curates the News: 05.18.15

last weekArts : Art21 Blog

Joan Jonas‘s “triumphal exhibition” at the Venice Biennale “doesn’t simply look back on a long and fruitful career: It extends that career,” writes Roberta Smith of the 70-year-old artist’s US …

Inside The Glitch Mob’s Crazy Rockstar Live Electronic Rig

The Glitch Mob: Behind The Blade from the glitch mob on Vimeo. Press play? More like bang drums hit stuff finger warp touchpad go crazy. The Glitch Mob are one of America’s leading festival electronic acts. (And members like EdiT have...Show More Summary

Tone Paper Studies

I drew this study from a live model in charcoal and white chalk on brown wrapping paper. It was made in preparation for a National Geographic illustration. I drew the study instead of taking a photo because it's faster. In 20 minutes I had all the essential information I needed. Show More Summary

[Premiere] Glitch Mob Takes You 'Behind the Blade' in a New Short Documentary

The Glitch Mob | Behind The Blade from Matthew Gamlen on Vimeo. The Glitch Mob, from the moment of its incarnation, did not lack in ambition. When the trio—comprised of ediT (Edward Ma), Boreta (Justin Boreta) and Ooah (Josh Mayer)—first...Show More Summary

All Your Editing Questions Answered With Jen Blood

It’s a crowded marketplace these days and you need a quality book to even have a chance of standing out. In my opinion, one of the best investments to help your book become the best it can be is professional editing. In today’s show, we go through all kinds of questions that authors ask about […]

Scriptnotes, Ep 197: How do bad movies get made? — Transcript

The original post for this episode can be found here. John August: Hello and welcome. My name is John August. Craig Mazin: My name is Craig Mazin. John: And this is episode 197 of Scriptnotes, a podcast about screenwriting and things that are interesting to screenwriters. Craig just opened up a Diet Coke. I could […]

8 Projection-Mapped Performances That Have Us Dancing with Our Computers

Screencap via A version of this article originally appeared on The Creators Project Netherlands. Let's be real: modern dance is a lot like cats—fickle, often obtuse, and not always for everybody. Sometimes it's something you have to learn to love, and sometimes even that just doesn't work out. Show More Summary

Awesome Combo! The 10 Keys to Writing Killer Fight Scenes

Warning: Hacks for Hacks tips may have harmful side effects on your writing career, and should not be used by minors, adults, writers, poets, scribes, scriveners, journalists, or anybody. Story is driven by conflict and action. This, of course, does not necessarily mean fisticuffs and car chases. But it should. If books weren’t meant to […]

Art Movements

last weekArts : Hyperallergic

This week in art news: The Isabella Stewart Gardner puts up $100,000 to get a stolen Napoleonic eagle back, convicted art forger Wolfgang Beltracchi prepares for his first solo exhibition, and Christie's sold over a billion dollars worth of art.

Dark Techno Bursts with Color in Nerk/Kirn's New Music Video

NERKKIRN - Antifuse (Official Music Video) from Peter Kirn on Vimeo. A version of this article originally appeared on The Creators Project Germany. When the dark techno sounds of Nerk/Kirn call out, the Berlin underground answers. Behind...Show More Summary

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