Articles Posted in the Art Category

  • Graphic designs by Fairey and a rebel named KAWS

    Graphic designers everywhere can jump for joy at, not one, but two CBS Sunday Morning stories about a couple of their own leaping the great divide into the world of fine art. Shepard Fairey who…

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    Drown In The Now

    Innovative Band, Creative Artists.

  • Nights at the museums with Google

    Back in 1533 Hans Holbein the Younger, who was the son of Hans Holbein the Elder, painted The Ambassadors which is still among the most notable artworks of that era. The distinctive thing about The…

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    Validation

    “Validation” is a fable about the magic of free parking. Starring TJ Thyne & Vicki Davis. Writer/Director/Composer – Kurt Kuenne. Winner Best Narrative Short, Cleveland Int’l Film Festival, Jury Award, Gen Art Chicago Film Festival,  Audience…

  • Electronics with style from B & O

    Just a few months ago the Danish Prime Minister made news for bicycling around New York with his entourage while attending the climate change summit. He famously wore no helmet – for the very first…

  • Psychology of Color

    What colors to paint your home and why? Infographic by Painters of Louisville Related articles Make an Aboriginal Dream Painting! (education.com) Louisville Urban Shop Lovers Prepare (cardseyeview.wordpress.com) Choosing Paint for a Calming Bedroom (craiger.org) Design…

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    Mauve is pink trying to be purple

    Green is the color of envy. White is purity. Gray is depressing, implying boredom. Blue is sadness. Ancient Romans thought of blue as an inferior color, though later it came to be associated with Mary.…

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    The future of the DJ

    The DJ is a constantly evolving animal. When we think about them now, we think of a guy in a club, hunched over some gadgets and making noise. Take a look at this video with…

  • Art comes to QR codes

    By now you know all about QR codes. Why? Because you’ve read our previous coverage on the not-new Quick Response (QR) codes that can be “scanned.” Okay, you say, but aren’t all barcodes are scanned?…

  • The world of pop-up art

    In the world of art, there is pop art, most famously advanced by Andy Warhol, and there is pop-up art which isn’t necessarily related. Pop art wasn’t universally embraced when it fist appeared because it…