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npr:

"Draw My Left! No, No, My Other Left! A Hidden Bias In Art History Revealed"

Why is it that in thousands of portraits done all over the world, artists emphasize the left side of the subject’s face? There’s a bias here, and it’s hiding in our brains. 

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A PHOTO

moleskinelovers:

Some still life practice.

http://g3cko.tumblr.com/

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A VIDEO

saatchiart:

Bruce Munro creates radiant light installations with fiber optics, glass, and acrylic.

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A QUOTE

I see that the life of this place is always emerging beyond expectation or prediction or typicality, that it is unique, given to the world minute by minute, only once, never to be repeated. And that is when I see that this life is a miracle, absolutely worth having, absolutely worth saving. We are alive within mystery, by miracle.

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A PHOTO

weandthecolor:

Creative Animal Logos by Tom Anders Watkins

This is something I really like! The young design student Tom Anders Watkins has created a series of animal logos from simple graphic shapes.

Check out the series here.

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moma:

Currently in New York… 

[Alexander Calder. Snow Flurry, I. 1948]

A VIDEO

Caroline Woodward’s on her Artists Experiment at MoMA

A VIDEO

sosuperawesome:

Days with Colors, Alexander Pieri

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