A 17th century German book on the art of writing.
The letter T from a 17th-century German book on the art of writing. A great range of different styles are represented seemingly increasing in elaborateness, and also illegibility, as the book goes on: http://buff.ly/2rHqCZI ... See more
Using trees as a building material results in fantastically overgrown creations.
When TV Logos Were Physical Objects
It goes without saying that nearly everything made with graphic design and video software was once produced using a physical process, from newspapers to TV Logos. But some TV stations and film studios took things even further and designed physical logos that were filmed to create dynamic special eff ... See more
Happy Mother's Day!
A photo posted by stephen mcmennamy (@smcmennamy) on May 26, 2016 at 4:47pm PDT Atlanta art director and photographer Stephen McMennamy has created brillia
So that's what's going on.
This is a comic about the backfire effect.
Insights on the unraveling of fashion retail
When I recently dropped into the J. Crew store near my office, it was easy to see how a number of problems had converged.
Free Art Books!
The Guggenheim Museum has put more than 200 free books online as part of a project to digitize its art books and exhibition catalogs.
Breakdown of the skillfully crafted scene transitions in The Matrix
The Matrix is one of those movies that’s tough to see with a fresh pair of eyes. Not only is it the kind of film that burns itself into your memory but the subsequent sequels were so messy that it’s easy to forget just how tight the storytelling in the first film is. One of the biggest reasons for t... ... See more
On August 21, millions of people across the United States, from Salem, Oregon, to Charleston, South Carolina, will be able to witness something that hasn’t been seen here since 1979: a total solar eclipse. To commemorate the rare celestial occurrence, the post office has issued a new forever stamp. ... See more
Old-timely special effects
Before current special effects technology, moviemakers had to get creative. via Did You Know - Video
In this episode of Learn Quick I learn to draw lines on a chalk board like the great MIT lecturer Walter Lewin. Subscribe for more Learn Quick Videos: http:/...
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