Grind #104 :: Art From Every Angle
// Grind #89 :: Art From Every Angle //
- Read a very good interview with American Illustrator Ed Emberley.
- What is an artist's duty in times of tumultuousness? Poet, essayist and novelist May Sarton on why people with an artistic mind are compelled to act and not stand aside in times of crisis.
- I never really thought about it before, but science was once a field illustrated by artists. Decades before technologies like MRIs existed, men would sit hunched over weak microscopes and sketch what they saw. While most everyone has heard of Darwin and Pasteur, most aren't familiar with Santiago Ramón y Cajal. He was an artist, photographer, doctor, bodybuilder, scientist, chess player and publisher. He was also the father of modern neuroscience.
- Behold the power of coffee; it's the creative medium of choice for self-taught artist Nuria Salcedo:
- Here's an Infographic illustrating 63 differences between British and American English.
- I really want a Vincent Van Gogh action figure with a tiny detachable ear.
- Speaking of Mr. Van Gogh, watch the trailer for 'Loving Vincent', a feature-length film animated by 62,450 oil paintings.
- Visual Interpretations of Mental Illness in Architectural Form:
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- Artist Joshua Haffine turns your childhood nightmares into the reality of Horror Art:
- Nearly as often as I've wondered where in the hell are Donald Duck's pants, I've wondered why so many cartoon characters wear gloves. Apparently, I'm not the only one:
- Polish photographer Marcin Kaliinski lives and works in Warsaw. Check out his work here. This piece is titled "Lovers #2":
- A pen and ink drawing three and a half years in the making. Artist Manabu Ikeda's monumental work depicts the destruction, the aftermath and the rebirth of Japan following the 2011 tsunami.
- The Tilt Brush was an award winner at CES 2017, but could it be the future of art?
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