Danganronpa: Trigger Happy Havoc and Goodbye Despair have been some of my favourite Vita games in recent years. A pair of murder mystery visual novels, the games melded puzzle solving, courtroom drama, and murdered school kids picking each other off into a beautiful combination. Show More Summary
Less than a month before Congress votes on whether to reauthorize a controversial program mandating healthier school lunches, a new study confirms the suspicions of school officials - many students are putting the fruits and vegetables they're now required to take straight into the trash, consuming fewer than they did before the law took effect.
‘Retro’ visual aesthetics are everywhere. They’re in the games we used to play, they’re in marketing, pixel art. It’s a movement. It’s part of our cultural consciousness. But it’s easy to forget that the ‘pixel’ look was a result of processing limitations. How did it all work? This video does a phenomenal job of explaining all that. More »
The Division of Continuing Education Information Sessions provide you with the chance to spend and evening with some of New York City’s top creative talent.
By now, everyone is aware of the ongoing debate regarding the symbolism behind the Confederate flag. Although many of its supporters insist it is a sign of heritage, as opposed to a visual representation of hate, there are still many...Show More Summary
Queen's University professor Nikolaus Troje (Psychology, Biology, School of Computing) believes that it is the consistency of the whole appearance rather than the attractiveness of the parts. "Most previous work on attractiveness focused on the effect of isolated features." says Dr. Show More Summary
In the latest visual essay by RocketJump Film School, entitled “Why CG Sucks (Except It Doesn’t)“, filmmaker Freddie Wong does a great job of explaining the difference between good and bad CG visual effects in films, television shows, and more. We believe that the reason we think all CG looks bad, is because we only […]
We sure wish we were assigned class projects like this in college! Elia Chechick, a visual communications student at the Bezalel Arts School in Jerusalem, put together this drag queen airline safety video for one of her classes -- and the results are absolutely gag-worthy. Show More Summary
One incredibly talented visual communications student at the Bezalel arts school in Jerusalem decided to take drag to the skies for her final class project and the results are nothing short of fierce. Tasked with branding an imaginary...Show More Summary
Plenty of online tutorials will teach you how to piece together the nuts and bolts of a webpage, but there’s another aspect that’s typically glossed over: design. If you want to ramp your design game up a bit, Readymag now has free-to-use online design school. Show More Summary
Michael Evan Morse, 26, previously worked as an audio visual technician at Plymouth Whitemarsh High School in Pennsylvania. He also held a position as a stage manager for extracurricular activities. Morse faces charges that he had inappropriate sexual contact with a teenage student at the school. Show More Summary
Better known for his realist paintings of New York City street life, Ashcan School artist John Sloan was also a master of visual mind-bending.
Last week, I was in San Antonio to attend the annual conference of theTexas Association for Education and Rehabilitation of the Blind and Visually Impaired,Or TAER. I was there to present with the VI professionals from the school district...Show More Summary
SOME but not all NYC SELECTED SHOWS TO SEE / June 17, 2015 / 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 at top:Show More Summary
Art student guy: Yeah, you’re pretty lucky that you’ve never seen me not high.Art student chick: Why is that?Art student guy: It’s weird — I get all inspired to live and shit.Art student chick: Ew.–School of Visual ArtsOverheard by: dobby
SketchyLaw, Law School Review: Our video library of narrated lectures present legal concepts in more memorable spaces, allowing you to create your own visual memory palace with each scene. They currently offer courses in Contracts and Criminal Law, with other courses "coming soon." (Hat Tip: John Mayer.)
The Centennial Chromagraph data visualization project at the University of Minnesota School of Architecture expresses the history of the school via a series of curved wooden ribs an colored pencils. Budgets and bandwidth aside, architecture often aims for the...
SOME but not all NYC SELECTED SHOWS TO SEE / June 8, 2015 / 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 at top: Mira...Show More Summary
I’ll always associate the year 2011 with Glass Swords, the debut album from Rustie, the Glaswegian producer of the Hudson Mohawke school of aesthetics. It’s kind of lazy to hold up cover artwork as a visual translation of an album’sShow More Summary
SOME but not all NYC SELECTED SHOWS TO SEE / May 26, 2015 / 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 at top: Rosy...Show More Summary