Posts Tagged ‘Art’

May 8th, 2014

Kids Today… Tssk.

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There’s this new series in YouTube which although well produced is getting lamentably little attention. I mean ‘little’ considering the production standards it has and the fact that so many people are supposed to be “into” art right now. The problem with the whole series is that it flounders back and forth between thoughtful discourse […]

December 6th, 2011

Teaching Artistry

OK. Here it is: the final word on Teaching Artists courtesy of Etan Marciano, writer, educator and all around great guy. Be sure to check out Etan’s upcoming site The Hyp Replacement. And now for Etan’s riveting prose…   The Artist’s in-Progress Approach to Teaching Art, a Multifaceted Engagement Prologue: It seems, unless you’re a […]

November 14th, 2011

Jia-Jen Lin on Taiwanese Public Network

July 31st, 2011

Yali Romagoza

I haven’t posted in a while because it’s been crazy at the museum, and I’m also getting ready to go on residence. But I just wanted to comment on this work that someone showed me today. And of course this artist is in Queens! 😉 It’s a great take on function and everyday objects (in […]

December 14th, 2010

TV snow with Adobe After Efects

Using After Effects for the first time is akin to driving a sports car for the first time. You don’t know what you’re doing, but it feels great and you can’t believe how powerful and smooth the damn machine can be… I followed this tutorial, added a third layer with the “Add grain” effect, and […]

December 11th, 2010

Lightheaded by Mike Dacko

November 13th, 2010

Marco Brambilla

This video by Marco Brambilla is just amazing, BUT due to what I can only assume is Steve Jobs’ fault (snicker), the video controls are not visible. So use the instructions below: PLAY=”double-click”  PAUSE=”click”

October 23rd, 2010

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kick-ass script

What happens when you turn a script into a Custom Brush on Illustrator? Fabulousness… To apply this on Illustrator write something, then break the text (Create Outlines), then grab the whole thing and throw it into your Brush Palette. It will ask you which kind of brush you want to create, you click on “Pattern.” […]