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Wonderment and Innocence: An Interview with Street Artist Swoon

“There’s that feeling that you get when you see something that you don’t understand the origin of: wonderment,” she said.

What Art Historians and Curators Can Learn From Scientists and Engineers

Jim Cuno, the President and CEO of the J. Paul Getty Trust, has an interesting article in The Daily Dot where he describes a change he’d like to see in art historians, curators, and professors.

Ricardo Guasco Re-Interprets Mondrian, Bringing Life To The Neoplasticist Works

When you look at a piece of art, you see something unique, and when I look at a piece of art, I most likely see something uniquely different.

The Desktop Wallpaper Project featuring Spencer Harrison

Michael Olivo 1280×800 1440×900 1680×1050 1920×1200 2560×1440 iPhone iPhone 5 iPad When I started The Desktop Wallpaper Project back in 2008 my goal was to elevate this sort of mundane yet essential space that we stare at day after day.

Watch Jim Henson’s Experimental Animation “Drums West” From 1961

Came across this amazing animation by Jim Henson that he made back in 1961 using cut-paper. It was created in his home studio in Bethesda, MD and was one of several experiment shorts inspired by jazz musician Chico Hamilton.

A Thoughtful Essay On The Details of Design by Craig Mod

I really hate the phrase “the devil’s in the details” but I certainly appreciate it’s intention. As a designer and someone who regards aesthetics in all forms, the details are the key.

An Interview with Knit Wit: A Biannual Print-Only Magazine About Fiber Art and Textiles

I was recently introduced to Zinzi Edmundson and Gigi Jack, the creators of a lifestyle-based indie print magazine focused on knitting and fiber art called Knit Wit.

Levi’s Made & Crafted Fall/Winter 2014 Lookbook Collaboration With Wilder Quarterly

Lookbooks for fashion brands must be tiring to make year after year. Most consist of moody looking models against a wall in alley or something variation of the sort.

Watch The Full Length Version of ‘Outliers, Vol. I: Iceland’, For Free

Back in October of 2011, a small group of filmmakers, photographers and musicians travelled to the remote countryside of Iceland to document their experience, titling the film Outliers, Vol.

Sponsored – Win $1000 in Art from Crated

Crated is a new online art community and marketplace where you’ll find thousands of curated works of art from digital artists and photographers like Karim Rashid, devNgosha, and Kal Barteski, available as poster prints, canvas prints or framed art prints.

Dramatic Rock Formations Made from Recycled and Waste Paper

Gonzalo Sanguinetti is an accomplished portrait and fashion photographer, yet what caught my eye were these photos he shot of recycled paper.

Marcel Dunger Uses Resin To “Mend” Broken Pieces of Wood Into Jewelry

I’ve noticed an interesting trend of makers “mending” or completing pieces of wood with another material.

“When”, A Dreamy Colorful Music Video for M+A

Michele Ducci and Alessandro Degli Angioli, a British duo who make records under the name M+A, have an amazing music video for their song “When”.

Summer Escape: The Perfect Holiday Apartment in Barcelona

It’s August and people are on holiday all around the world. Unless you’re like me, working in the U.S., and the idea of holiday is a foreign concept and you can only dream of getting away for a month.

The Alchemists Dressing Table Requires Time and Effort To Create Your Own Beauty Products

Do you know where your cosmetics come from, or how they’re made? Like a lot of things in our life there’s an unknowing of how the things we use day-to-day are manufactured.

Yosi Horikawa Brings Mellow Vibes With His Track “Bubbles”

Japanese musician Yosi Harikawa caught my ear recently with his exciting style of making music which utilizes the sounds of non-musical objects.

Milton Glaser Brands Global Warming With A Sickly, Gloom-Filled Mark

Temperatures are rising, ice shelves are melting, and the realization that global warming is a real thing is finally starting to sink in for more and more people.

Torsten Lindsø Andersen Creates Vibrant Covers for Jack Kerouac’s Best Novels

“I saw that my life was a vast glowing empty page and I could do anything I wanted.” – Jack Kerouac Torsten Lindsø Andersen (who’s name is quite amazing) is currently studying at The Royal Danish Academy of Fine Arts – School of Design.

Daniel Temkin’s Creates Fantastic Art Through Digital Accidents

Glitchometry Stripes is an ongoing body of work from the American artist Daniel Temkin. Started in 2013, the series takes raw digital information and transforms it into beautiful op-art that could rival the likes of Bridget Riley or Victor Vasarely.

An Energetic Mix by Clap! Clap! Which Samples Bands and Singers from Africa

Italian producer C. Crisci, also known as Clap! Clap!, focuses on researching and sampling of tribes, bands and singers originating from the African continent, made a pretty amazing mixtape for Giles Peterson which I can’t stop listening to.