Love the brevity: 5 Words about Advertising.
Bloggers with an entrepreneurial spirit are getting better at turning their musings into profits.
Cooper-Hewitt announces the winners and finalists of its 12th Annual National Design Awards.
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by Bart Cleveland
Brand-makers watch, study and contemplate behavior in order to create brands people can connect with; just as a character in a story must come to life for readers, so must a brand for consumers.…Continue
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Blurb helps people make beautiful printed books. Their service includes pro-level, yet easy-to-use, design tools and a fail-safe production process that delivers a quality product. San Francisco ad agency Duncan/Channon created its first national print and online campaign, positioning the company as a champion of artistic expression. With the tagline, “find your book” and engaging…Continue
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This full screen cinematic experience powered by WordPress, HTML5 and jQuery enables David Lynch to add tracks and assign images and movie properties to create a unique visual and sensory experience.
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This year’s Art Parcours sector for Art 42 Basel will present artworks at various historical locations in the city of Basel. After the introduction of Art Parcours in 2010 on the…Continue
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Australian Pavilion at the 54th Venice Biennale
Entitled Hany Armanious The Golden Thread, the exhibition is curated by Anne Ellegood, Senior Curator at the Hammer Museum in Los…Continue
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Fondazione Galleria Civica di Trento is proud to present Silver Summer Program: two solo exhibitions, a workshop and a series of new publications, which over the summer of 2011 will turn the Foundation’s “white cubes” into a set of screening rooms and a center for reflecting on the evocative…Continue
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ART for The World
1 June–8 August 2011
Under the auspices of the Cultural Council of UPM (Union pour la Méditerranée), and Marseille Provence 2013 European Cultural Capital, during the Venice Biennale 54th edition, ART for The World is organizing at the piano nobile (1sr floor) of…Continue
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(Please be aware that this Podcast Contains strong language)
In episode 46 of Janey Godley’s Podcast the ladies discuss the Olympic Flame, the murder of child Hollywood star, Obama’s UK tour and Ashley Storrie’s Murder stories! We hear Janey’s hilarious speech impediment which comes to the fore and sets them off in giggles.
Sectarian issues arise and they both debate the effect of new laws surrounding sectarianism in Scotland and Ashley talks about…Continue
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The Neighbor before the House is a series of video probes by CAMP (Shaina Anand, Ashok Sukumaran, and Nida Ghouse, with Mahmoud Jiddah, Shereen Barakat, and Mahasen Nasser-Eldin) into the landscape of East Jerusalem. Shot with a PTZ (pan-tilt-zoom) security camera, these images show that before and after instrumental “surveillance” there is inquisitiveness, jest, memory, desire, and doubt that pervade the project of watching. Often the image leads the commentary. At other times, the…Continue
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Some contemporary artists, like Apichatpong Weerasethakul, create films that recall personal memories, as well as important events from the world around them. Explore the exhibition “Apichatpong Weerasethakul: Primitive”— which includes a multi-platform installation of seven videos and related work by the internationally acclaimed filmmaker Apichatpong Weerasethakul. The show blends the artist’s personal experiences with political stories and folklore of his native…Continue
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Is the book dead?
AIGA‘s redesigned Web site is up and running.
Seems Google wants to ensure that developers get this whole Android app thing right. The Guide to the App Galaxy by Google. By hello monday and Google AdMob.
Scott Adams makes a good point in “…Continue
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One of creative director Mark Hamilton’s fondest memories from art school was carrying around a drawing board. It’s that memory that shaped the concept when the Creative Services & Marketing department at The College of Saint Rose was tasked with creating a brochure for its Center for Art & Design. The goal of the project was to elevate the Saint Rose art program…Continue
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This new site shines a spotlight on TaylorMade’s products with video, detailed specs and tour pro testimonials. Built in HTML5 with the capability to display Flash modules, it places sought-after information front-and-center.
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Our newest blog at Brooklyn Prints:
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Marking Thailand’s fifth occasion at La Biennale di Venezia 2011, the Thai Ministry of Culture’s Office of Contemporary Art and…Continue
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migros museum für gegenwartskunst / Hubertus Exhibitions
28 May–14 August 2011
Since the early 1990s, the artist Alex Bag (b. 1969, USA) has been one of the most interesting protagonists of video performance art. Today, an entire…Continue
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15 September–31 December 2011
The 11th Biennale de Lyon will include around 70 artists from around the globe, primarily from Europe, Africa and Latin America.Continue
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