Top 10 Graphic Novels 2017 As the range of children’s graphic novels expands, authors are treading new ground and tackling different topics in imaginative ways. This year, our top 10 list includes Svetlana Chmakova’s Brave, a genuinely fresh take on bullying, and Melissa Jane Osborne and Veronica Fish’s The Wendy Project, in which a traumatic accident blurs the line between reality and fantasy for a teenage girl. Katie O’Neill’s The Tea Dragon Society has a traditional feel to it, but her tale of dragons who produce magical tea is totally original.
Reconsidering Bill Brandt Posted by Hannah Kim, Marketing and Book Development Coordinator, Department of Publications Tauni Malmgren, Freelance Social Media Coordinator Cover of the exhibition catalogue Bill Brandt: Shadow & Light, published by The Museum of Modern Art MoMA’s new book Bill Brandt: Shadow and Light by Sarah Hermanson Meister, curator in the Department of Photography at MoMA, is a fresh look at the work of an iconic British photographer. The exhibition currently on view isn’t the first time MoMA has presented Bill Brandt’s work to the public—the last Brandt retrospective was in 1969.
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freud quotes: About / Contact Founded in 2013, Freud Quotes is a blog and source for online education in a psychoanalytic field. We cover a lot of ground — psychoanalysis in its historical roots and contemporary context, news, events and of course daily dose of freudian memes. Also occasional bits of critical theory, arts & pop(culture. Contact Got a link we should post? Send it our way! Paint Seascapes - Thursday, January 7, 2021 Via Zoom; For ages 18+ Thursday, January 7, 2021 1 – 2:30 PM Register Online Four-part class, starting January 7 Revel in the versatility of the sea as subject in a series of classes inspired by historic and dramatic Dutch paintings. Contemplate intriguing optical effects of water, light, and composition before experimenting with painting techniques that achieve incandescent light and atmospheric skies.
24 Pharmaceutical Ads from 1930s France 24 Pharmaceutical Ads from 1930s France Illustrator Jérôme Dubois recently began scanning and preserving the covers and contents of Ridendo, "a medical and humor magazine distributed to French physicians from 1933 to 1977." (Read more about it in a post of the covers.) Jérôme's collection centers on the 1930s, when this improbable-sounding magazine was full of ads for improbable-sounding drugs. (I don't know exactly what Serenol is, but I think I should be taking it.) Jérôme pointed out that two of the ads here are signed by Victor Vasarely, who would go on to fame for his Op-art paintings.
60 Best After Effects Tutorials Of All Times We have collected numerous Photoshop Tutorials and we felt the need to showcase some tutorials on After Effects Tutorials as well. As you must know, Adobe After Effects is a digital motion graphics and composting software, used for post-production of films and videos. It organizes 2D and 2.5D animation, visual effects composting and finishing (image adjustment, color correction etc.).
Alert! Alert! The information demands on the modern digital journalist are overwhelming and leading to burnout Journalists are overwhelmed by the information they process in their working day and want to explore solutions with third-party providers and management to make it more manageable. That’s the finding of a nine-month project involving discussions across the industry and a revealing in-depth survey. The research is part of the European Journalism Center’s News Impact Network, which held its latest summit yesterday in Berlin.