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Hi-Fructose Magazine

Hi-Fructose Magazine
Among the list of artists who’ve designed Hint Mint tins are Audrey Kawasaki, Lola, James Jean, Gary Baseman, Shag, Glenn Barr, and most recently, Brandi Milne (featured in our exclusive book and print set). On Thursday, iam8bit Gallery brought them together for the first time in a special retrospective and launch of the limited edition artist series by Milne. Milne’s original paintings on display can also be appreciated as a singular new body of work, an extension of her candy colored wonderland. Read more after the jump. Last weekend, Corey Helford Gallery’s Circa opened Ray Caesar and Beau Stanton’s side by side solo shows. Despite this abstract pairing, together their latest works reveal something personal about each artist.

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Illustration Ink on paper by Alex Konahin Alex Konahin is an illustrator from Riga, Latvia. His drawings are made with dip pen using india ink or other materials. You can find some of his beautiful works here. » read more May Ann Licudine’s art Apps in the Art Room - The Digital Art Room 2. Google DriveLots of schools are now using Google Drive. Drive is a cloud based application which allows you to create, share and manage a variety of documents, slide shows videos etc.

Wreathed Hornbill Skull (Aceros undulatus) Aceros undulatus Catalog #: WBC-174 Product: Wreathed Hornbill Skull Quality: Replica Wreathed Hornbill Skull - The wreathed hornbill is a gregarious species, native to Southeast Asia. This species is omnivorous, feeding on fruit, small reptiles, frogs, crabs and insects. Sugar Rush Colour Illustrations of Natsuki Otani Natsuki Otani, is a Tokyo-born illustrator currently working in England. We like the boldness in her colour choices, which create a rush of bright cheeriness on viewing them, and yet there is a more serious, thoughtful element to her work as well. Natsuki’s hope is that her illustrations can make people happy, even if for just a moment. I have a style that is best described in colour and realised in detailed design. Bold vibrant colour forms the basis of a working practice that seeks to unite dreams and reality. I try to give the viewer a feast of colour and complexity, my surreal macabre touches are the counterpoint to my sweet and childlike innocent subjects.

9 Amazing Artists to Follow on Twitter Today's artists aren't limited to creating with paint or clay. Many of the most inventive people in the art world are thinking on a much larger scale and using unexpected materials in their work. And the best thing is that you can find many of them sharing their unique views of the world 140 characters at a time on Twitter. These nine people aren't just artists. They're also illustrators, authors, designers, speakers, bloggers and activists.

Artículos Jazz: Eddie Palmieri: Perfection Rebelde - Por Giovanni Russonello - Artículos Jazz For a few months at the end of 1963, Eddie Palmieri spent every Wednesday evening outside a small dance hall in Midtown Manhattan, barking in the street and trying to draw foot traffic to his gigs. That meant luring away dancers en route to the nearby Palladium Ballroom, where famous acts like Machito, Tito Puente and his own brother, Charlie Palmieri, performed. “Not there, folks!” he remembers hollering. “Over here, folks!” The pianist had been gunning for a gig at the Palladium with his eight-piece band, La Perfecta, but the venue’s owner dragged his feet, so Palmieri adopted a guerrilla strategy.

duhamel.smile Denise Duhamel: Smile! Copyright © 1993 by Denise Duhamel All rights reserved For permission to reprint contact the author at Denise.Duhamel@fiu.edu. for Nick Contents PRINCESSESTen Qualities As A Cosmo Girl I Really Want In My ManA First-Love PoemAsthmaThe Pink Bubble TechniqueFour HoursFear On l1th Street And Avenue A, New York CityMr. Marta Altes / Fun ways with pencil shavings Fun pencil shaving art by Marta Altes – love that expression by that flamenco dancer! Marta studied graphic design in Barcelona but moved to London to pursue her interest in illustration; and now she has a few children’s books under her belt! Via Gabriela

Art Talk CODA Along with a team of Cornell University graduate students, Caroline O'Donnell of CODA recently entered the MoMA PS1 Young Architects Program, which gives emerging architects an opportunity to build projects conceived for PS1's space in Long Island City, Queens. CODA's winning des… Matt Mignanelli His paintings may seem simple at first glance, but spend more time with them and you'll start to admire the patterns created by light and energy. We hung out with Matt at his studio in Bushwick, Brooklyn, and talked about his work, life, and strong American work ethic while eatin… Rostarr Romon Kimin Yang, a.k.a.

Video Juegos: 14 en la colección, para empezar Now on View! We are very proud to announce that MoMA has acquired a selection of 14 video games, the seedbed for an initial wish list of about 40 to be acquired in the near future, as well as for a new category of artworks in MoMA’s collection that we hope will grow in the future. This initial group, now installed for your delight in the Applied Design exhibition the Museum’s Philip Johnson Galleries, features: • Pac-Man (1980) • Tetris (1984) • Another World (1991) • Myst (1993) • SimCity 2000 (1994) • vib-ribbon (1999) • The Sims (2000) • Katamari Damacy (2004) • EVE Online (2003) • Dwarf Fortress (2006) • Portal (2007) • flOw (2006) • Passage (2008) • Canabalt (2009)

Charles Bukowski, American Author ~ Poems, stories, articles and interviews poems • stories • articles • interviews interviews • Chicago Literary Times - 1963 first published interview • Stonecloud #1 - 1972 • Interview magazine - 1987 • Beat Scene/transit magazine - 1994 articles • Upon The Mathematics Of The Breath And The Way - 1973 small press review • Jaggernaut - 1975 CREEM magazine first published story • Aftermath of a Lengthy Rejection Slip others on Bukowski • Bukowski - by Linda King - 1973, small press review • Rolling Stone magazine - 1976 • Los Angeles Times - 1996 (Bukowski manuscripts rescued from the garbage man!)

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