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A Pop Chart Lab Art Print Cataloging the Cast of Over 230 Characters From Seinfeld

13 minutes agoHumor / odd : Laughing Squid

(larger) The Connected Characters of Seinfeld is an art print by Pop Chart Lab that catalogs the colorful cast of over 230 characters from Seinfeld. Signed and numbered prints are available to purchase from the Pop Chart Lab shop. From Kramerica Industries, in association with Art Vandelay (he’s an importer/exporter), comes a masterful guide to […]

'The Good Wife' Finale: 'There's no tied up bows,' Julianna Margulies says

All good things must come to an end, including CBS' "The Good Wife." After seven seasons -- 156 episodes -- cast members from throughout the years celebrated the series with a last hoorah Thursday night at the Museum of Modem Art in New York. "I said to Christine [Baranski] when we shot the last...

Sailors Rush for Tattoos as US Navy Bends Rules to Recruit

25 minutes agoMilitary / US Military : Navy News

The Navy is adopting the most lenient rules on body art of any U.S. military service.

Silly Poem of the Week: Failure to Launch

Art is an Inspiration Card by Diane Sherman Want me to read this poem to you? A humbling pattern starts to emerge It cripples success and stifles my urge When the end of a project is finally near Instead of triumph, I'm dealing withShow More Summary

Horses become hairy works of art thanks to one creative clipper

Ponies now have more hair style options than just their eponymous tails. Melody Hames  is a UK-based 'horse clipper', meaning she has a talent for giving horses the most unique haircuts you've ever seen. Hames is known for her intricate...Show More Summary

Drake Goes Editorial for VIEWS Album Booklet

April 29, 2016 marks the release of Drake’s fourth studio album, VIEWS. After cover art that featured Drake on the top of the CN Tower in Toronto, Canada, the accompanying digital booklet serves up quite the striking visuals. From Miami...Show More Summary

Alex Ross Channels Beatles Fandom Into Poignant "Yellow Submarine" Art

The acclaimed artist discussed his new Beatles paintings and his plans to commemorate the 20th anniversary of "Kingdom Come."

Newswire: Shia LaBeouf apologizes to the guy who was attacked for looking like him

Last Saturday at the Delancey Street F train station on Manhattan’s Lower East Side, a New York City advertising art director was punched in the face by an unknown assailant who said only, “This is because you look exactly like ShiaShow More Summary

Pigeon-Puzzling Art and the 'Ego Washer' | Insta of the Week

You'll never be able to look at washing machines the same way again.

New Concept Art from Second Life's VR Successor, 'Project Sansar'

Linden Lab’s Ebbe Altberg tells The Creators Project what’s new in the spiritual sequel to 'Second Life.’

Snøhetta-Designed SFMOMA Expansion Is an Astounding, Playful Success

One of the most anticipated architectural unveilings to happen over the last few years, locally and globally, the spectacularly renovated San Francisco Museum of Modern Art opened its doors to the press for a preview of their new Snøhetta makeover. Show More Summary

Campbell's Marketing Chief: Television Becoming More Like Digital (VIDEO)

With digital technology helping to advance the goal of more precisely targeted television ads, the traditional marketing mix of art and science has become more balanced with regard to the scientific element. For Yin Woon Rani, VP of U.S. Show More Summary

The art of being useful

ONE of the economic mysteries of recent years is why productivity gains have been so slow. It is a big issue for the developed world since, with workforces likely to stagnate or shrink as the baby boomers retire, productivity will have to do all the work of generating economic growth. Show More Summary

At Small Colleges, Harsh Lessons About Cash Flow

1 hour agoNews : NYTimes: News

In the last few years, small liberal arts colleges struggling under financial siege have been forced to re-examine their missions and justify their existence.

The Brooklyn-created 'bone breaking' dance movement brings 'Interstice,' an experimental film and art exhibit, to life

"Interstice" is an art film and exhibit that features flexing, also known as "bone breaking," a dance style created in Brooklyn, New York, that involves rhythmic contortions. The piece was directed by Andrew Thomas Huang, who was inspired by the Chinese lion dances he witnessed as a child. Story and editing by A.C. Show More Summary

At Flux Factory Fundraiser, Rove Long Island City Streets Dressed as an Art Spectacle

1 hour agoArts : Hyperallergic

On Saturday, May 7, Flux Factory is holding the 1st Annual "Flux-a-Thon" — a spectacularly jubilant, semi-absurd twist on a traditional walk-a-thon — all to raise money for another year of Flux Factory’s unique, collaborative residency program.

Teacher Says She Was Fired for Using a Particular Word in Class

A Michigan middle school teacher says she was fired because of a word she used during a lecture about art history. The Detroit Free Press reports that the word is “vagina.” “Allison Wint, who had been teaching art at Harper...

Friday Links: From My Mother’s Womb

1 hour agoArts : Art Fag City

Andrew Russeth loves the SFMoMA building, but reports that the initial hang is uneven and full of blue chip art by white men. [ ARTnews ] This is the best Prince video I’ve seen on the net since his death. Sheila E is amazing. [ Youtube...Show More Summary

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