“Life, itself, is an art form,” according to actor Ben Vereen. This belief is why the legendary entertainer wants to help preserve the country’s artistic legacy by promoting creative thinking in business and politics. During the Democratic...Show More Summary
Russian President Vladimir Putin is a self-proclaimed sports fanatic, who once claimed he had “loved sports ever since (he) could remember.” Despite this abiding enthusiasm, for martial arts in particular, Putin may not be making the...Show More Summary
by Jen Graves Barbara Earl Thomas, A Walk in the Hood, at Bellevue Arts Museum now. Courtesy of the artist You think you know someone. I've been interviewing and writing about Barbara Earl Thomas for years, and somehow nuclear war never came up. Show More Summary
After artist Tuesday Bassen claimed that the fast fashion empire stole her designs, more than 20 others have also come forward. Last week, the Los Angeles-based artist Tuesday Bassen took to social media to accuse the brand Zara of ripping off her designs. Show More Summary
Baz Luhrmann has gone television with The Get Down – a series about the birth of hip hop, rising from the ashes of disco. Set against a story of romance, struggle and determination, Luhrmann keeps it real with the help of collaborators...Show More Summary
As a former Art Producer, I have always been drawn to personal projects because they are the sole vision of the photographer and not an extension of an art director, photo editor, or graphic designer. This new column, “The Art of the Personal Project” will feature the personal projects of photographers using the Yodelist marketing […]
When it comes to geeky subscription boxes, monthly deliveries of the latest and greatest nerd culture collectibles, I’m here for it. I want someone to ship me Harry Potter art prints or the newest board game that will finally release me from the shackles of Settlers of Catan. That’s where Cratejoy comes in.
Steve Pomberg Who printed it? Paper Chase Press printed my piece. They are based in Los Angeles, were awesome to work with, and I think they did an amazing job. Who designed it? Dana Silberman is a fantastic art director (and conveniently my wife). She designed the front and back cover and eagle eyed the […]
Harvard Business Review Creative Director: Matthew Guemple Art Director: Annie Chin Photographer: Ian Spanier Heidi: Where did you find the empty pool? Ian: I was fortunate this pool in Hollywood was empty, and close to Greg’s home. Originally I tried to get access to an olympic pool, and was surprised it wasn’t so easy and […]
Maribeth Smith has written an interesting student note in the Brooklyn Law Review which argues that trademark protection may be a good way to protect street artists from having their works appropriated by fashion designers: Graffiti has transformed over the last several decades from a sign of urban blight to a sign of artistic expression. Show More Summary
Red Hook is fast becoming worthy of its surname, with many attractions that have hooked New Yorkers and tourists alike to this historic Brooklyn seaside enclave. The neighborhood has the feel of a rusty Montauk, bathed by the watersShow More Summary
I'm sure this was purely coincidental. Ultimate Fighting Championship (UFC) is returning to Portland, Oregon, for a mixed martial arts (MMA) card on Sat., Oct. 1, 2016 inside the near 20,000-capacity Moda Center for UFC Fight Night 95,...Show More Summary
New Music Inspired By The Black Lives Matter Movement With everything going on in the world, sometimes it’s difficult to remain positive, so we are extremely supportive to see so much new art and music coming out that’s inspired
Athens’ closely integrated arts community became a warm bathtub for Ethan and Asher Payne, who played in dream pop band Easter Island together. When the brothers made the leap to “the big city” of Atlanta in May 2014, they felt confident the move would be a good one, but they worried about building a good friend community.…
Every week, our House Calls feature takes you into homes with great style, big personality, and ineffable soul. Today we go inside the Los Angeles loft of interior designer and landscape architect Paiman Salimpour, founder of Sormeh Lifestyle. Show More Summary
“I didn’t think black people were caught up into art. I was around negative people... They tried to dictate what I should be in my life.”
Android users can now download Prisma, the popular app that's using artificial intelligence to turn your boring photos into works of art. Similar to VSCO, you simply upload a photo to the Prisma app and choose a filter that works best. Show More Summary
Over the weekend, as their convention delegates converged on Philadelphia, the Democrats found themselves in a crossfire about their national committee and its chairperson — Debbie Wasserman Schultz, a member of Congress from Florida. Continue reading ? The post Democrats And The Fine Art Of Getting Out Of Your Own Way appeared first on PBS NewsHour.
An extravagant bash hosted by the the Philadelphia Museum of Art to welcome Democratic delegates to the city on Sunday evening ended in protest as delegates who favor Senator Bernie Sanders demanded a floor vote at the convention.
"Just like age is not an indicator of maturity, I don’t think years doing something makes one more capable than another in terms of being a great art director. It’s an entirely different skill set. It’s also why some of the best coaches...Show More Summary