SOME but not all NYC SELECTED SHOWS TO SEE / November 18, 2014 / Listed south to north. Compiled by artist Andrew Ginzel for his students at the School of Visual Arts. Note: Images have been selected by Two Coats of Paint. [Image: Stuart Shils @ Steven Harvey Fine Art Project] Click for full story / links
Naoto Hattori studied graphic design in his native Japan, and illustration here in the U.S. at the School of Visual Arts in NY. Hattori’s work carries some elements common to pop surrealism conventions, and some in common with visionary art, but I most enjoy those pieces in which he explore his own themes — in […]
Warren Lehrer, a longtime pioneer of visual literature and professor at the School of Art+Design at Purchase College, released an excellent multimedia novel last year, A Life in Books. Described as “an illuminated novel with 101 books within it,” the hardcover book is enhanced by animations, multimedia performance and an upcoming app edition. The book... Read more »
Elzie Ray Golden studied at the School of Visual Art in NY and the University of Arizona. During his military service he was a soldier-artist, documenting his experiences and eventually training other soldier-artists and joint services multimedia illustrators. I can only find a few sources for his work, and no information about him post military […]
When New York City's stress became too much to bear, product designer Samantha Moore staged a series of interventions that will get you thinking. When Samantha Moore moved from Philadelphia to New York to attend the School of Visual Arts, she experienced a feeling she'd never really anticipated. Show More Summary
"TheFaceBook enables students to search for people at their school, find students who share similar interests or courses, look up friends of friends, network and visualize their social network via photos." That's how Kevin Colleran,Show More Summary
The School of Visual Arts' Master of Arts degree in Curatorial Practice is a two-year program that focuses on professional training, with a thorough grounding in the relevant study of history, research, and theory.
On the Japanese version of Ringu and why she’s having so much fun up there. Sample: The most interesting visual element in this shot is the perspective implied by the camera placement. By partially obscuring the view of Reiko Asakawa, Nakata suggests that this might be a point-of-view shot, thereby planting in the minds of the audience the idea […]
Using ultrasound technology to visualize the tongue's shape and movement can help children with difficulty pronouncing "r" sounds, according to a small study by NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development and...Show More Summary
Using ultrasound technology to visualize the tongue's shape and movement can help children with difficulty pronouncing "r" sounds, according to a small study by NYU's Steinhardt School of Culture, Education, and Human Development and Montclair State University.
"Abstraction and Its Discontents," a generous exhibition of abstract paintings opens this weekend at Storefront Ten Eyck. In preparation for an upcoming panel discussion hosted by School of Visual Arts MFA Chair Mark Tribe, I asked exhibition organizer Deborah Brown via email about the title and premise for the show. Show More Summary
A visual representation of hate-following someone online Finally, science has proven that all those dumb-dumbs you're friends with on Facebook have a purpose. That high school acquaintance who's always inviting you to play a social media...Show More Summary
Rovina Cai was born in 1988 in Australia. She received a degree in Communication Design from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, then completed an MFA in Illustration at the School of Visual Arts in New York. Her work has been featured in publications including Spectrum Fantastic Art. Show More Summary
The creators of this Shelved—director James Cunningham and eleven visual effects students at the Media Design School in Auckland, New Zealand—say their short film a homage to movies like Clerks, Mallrats, Slacker, and Dazed and Confused. After watching these two robotic losers in action, I can see why. Read more...
Strider 2 was pretty fantastic. Although it had an upgraded visual style (for the time), it was a pure throwback to old school beat 'em ups, and had some extremely solid gameplay. It also used the "new" Strider design that was founded in the original Marvel vs. Show More Summary
When I was in elementary school, two video game characters in particular helped me visualize a space for girls like me in the medium I would grow to love and write about. One was Princess Peach, who has meant more to me than any other video game heroine since. Show More Summary
Sasha Lobe of L2M3 design walks us through the challenges of designing the Bauhaus-Archiv Museum's new visual identity. Bauhaus is many things besides an art school founded by Walter Gropius in 1919 : a school, a philosophy, an ideal, and a design heritage. Show More Summary
In what’s either a boon to or the bane of high school teachers everywhere, website Personal Creations has compiled a visual infographic of popular books and the approximate time it would take to read each one based on the average person’s reading pace. Show More Summary
Brand new music from Telli and Slimmy Neutron as Fame School, off their upcoming project Lords of Finesse, which is incidentally the best mixtape name ever. This is some real next level shit right here, both visually and sonically. Very ill. Previously: Fame School ft. Manolo Rose – Where Ya Manner’s At? (Video)
SOME but not all NYC SELECTED SHOWS TO SEE / September 16, 2014 / Listed south to north. Compiled by artist Andrew Ginzel for his students at the School of Visual Arts. Note: Images have been selected by Two Coats of Paint. LOWER EAST...Show More Summary