Advertise here via BSA How do you see yourself and your web design business in the near future? Do you want to enter the new year by augmenting your customer base and find more efficient ways to work? Look sharp! 2015 is the chance to improve your web design business. Show More Summary
The event's returning to Dublin on March 6th, 7th, and 8th, 2015.
We are deeply saddened to hear of the passing of Jane Freilicher, a rare artist whose intelligence, wit, and gift for friendship will be sorely missed. We’ve compiled a few of our favorite images of Jane below, as well as one of my favorite paintings from our exhibit of her work earlier this year: Parts [...]
John Salminen’s watercolors of urban scenes are rich with beautifully finessed textures, nuanced value relationships and subtle juxtaposition of high chroma passages against more muted colors. He has a particularly appealing technique...Show More Summary
Finally! I found some time to type down my notes from the DocLab: Interactive Conference, a one-day event that looked at how artists, film makers, designers and entrepreneurs are exploring digital behaviour and redefining the documentary genre in the digital age
You want to improvise with Ableton Live. You want to reach out and turn a knob, and know what it’ll do. You want to be able to grab controls that have something to do with clips that are playing. Yeah, so Merry Christmas to us. Permit...Show More Summary
On this day 1955, Mighty Mouse Playhouse premiered on American television.
"Hi, I'm John Waters and I love contemporary art because it causes trouble and makes people insane."
From the dawn of civilization, musicians could always be counted on as the ones inventing the truly weird technologies to make noise. Here – bang on this. Blow into this. It’ll make some sound; it’ll be noisy; it’ll get everyone’s attention. Show More Summary
The latest issue of YCN's members' magazine features an interview with Wolff Olins co-founder Michael Wolff. To accompany the article, YCN has also released a short film shot at the designer's home in North London...
MIAMI BEACH — Just a 15-minute walk down the road from this year's Art Basel Miami Beach is an exhilarating exhibition of work by 33 female artists. Acting as a foil to the painting and sculpture that dominate the fair(s), the show features only videos and performances, many of which focus on the body.
This week in art news: Japanese police rearrest the creator of the "vagina kayak," Duncan Campbell was awarded the Turner Prize, and an East Hampton resident pleads guilty to the sale of forged Abstract expressionist paintings.
A new identity for the Holland Festival builds on its graphic history with a combination of stencil and ligature
Our latest pick of new illustration work includes an exhibition of canine sculptures by Wilfrid Wood, large-scale murals by Shepard Fairey, food-themed editorial artwork for Toast magazine, all-female exhibition There's a Good Girl and a new graphic novel from illustrator Andrew Rae...
Our collection of great new ads this week includes work for Old Spice, BMW, Greene King IPA, and the new Hobbit film. First up though is a cheeky little Christmas film for Maille gourmet mustard...
So much effort goes in to thinking about where art belongs, how it should be preserved and conserved. So in many ways I can be guilty of taking the idea of preservation for granted. But more attention should be paid to thinking through what exactly preservation means. After all, preservation comes with costs. And thinking about […]