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How Jacob Lawrence’s Paintings Captured the African American Experience – My Modern Met

How much do you know about Jacob Lawrence’s “The Migration Series” paintings? New York City has always attracted avant-garde artists. From the energetic Abstract Expressionists to the pioneers of American Pop Art, forward-thinking creatives have flocked to the city that … Continue reading

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Misha Makarov’s photos –  VK in 2020 | Stair railing design

Feb 14, 2020 – Misha Makarov’s photos – 4,179 photos | VK Source: Misha Makarov’s photos – 4,179 photos | VK in 2020 | Stair railing design, Staircase design, Modern stairs

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ArtHunter on Instagram: “Quote of the day 💭 – “The man who cannot visualize a horse galloping on a tomato is an idiot.” ― Andre Breton – Sculpture art

Feb 16, 2020 – ArtHunter on Instagram: “Quote of the day 💭 – “The man who cannot visualize a horse galloping on a tomato is an idiot.” ― Andre Breton – Ear by Michael Beitz” Source: ArtHunter on Instagram: “Quote … Continue reading

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Anatomical Forms Emerge From Zippers, Quilted Fabric, and Felt by Élodie Antoine

“Zip thorax” (2014), zippers. All images © Élodie Antoine Belgian artist Élodie Antoine understands the behavior of fibers, controlling them in ways to produce textile designs that are organic, fungal, and oftentimes anatomical in nature. Her anatomies emerge from taut lycra, … Continue reading

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Panasonic Made a Viewfinder That Lets Colorblind Photographers See Color – Peta Pixel

Panasonic recently partnered up with India’s Dentsu Aegis Network to create something really cool. Following in the footsteps of those glasses that “reverse” certain types of colorblindness, the company created a special Panasonic G90 with an EVF that lets colorblind … Continue reading

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Six-Year-Old Tulip Navigates a Wooly Garden in a New Animation by Andrea Love

Andrea Love (previously) is back with a new heart-felt animation detailing the journey of a six-year-old girl named Tulip. An adaptation of Hans Christen Anderson’s Thumbelina, the 8-minute short film will chronicle Tulip’s adventures navigating a dense garden after being … Continue reading

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Unveiling Energy | Silhouette Stories

  Photographers Sherrie Nickol and David Katzenstein are the Edge of Humanity Magazine contributors of this portrait photography.  From the  ‘Black on White’ series. The Black on White series of silhouettes grew out of husband and wife team Sherrie Nickol and David … Continue reading

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People Are Knitting, Crocheting, and Weaving Tangible Records of Temperature Changes

In an effort to make the ongoing effects of climate change more visible, needleworkers around the globe are creating temperature blankets and scarves that track local weather patterns. Earlier this month, writer Josie George began an expansive Twitter thread about the … Continue reading

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Miniature Seascapes and Cities Top Elaborate Paper Wigs by Asya Kozina and Dmitriy Kozin

Saint Petersburg-based paper artists Asya Kozina and Dmitriy Kozin situate miniature worlds atop their towering paper wigs. The detailed headdresses combine contemporary themes with historical elements, resembling the extravagant hair and head pieces of the Baroque period. A recent series … Continue reading

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charlottes daydream

Film – Marlies van der Wel music – Pieter de Graaf An astronomer observes the universe from her observatory. When a black hole approaches, she jumps in and gets a glimpse of the earth from the universe. with animation help … Continue reading

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