Posts Tagged: Art

The rock-cut cave temples of Badami, India | EarthSky.org

See on Scoop.it – levin’s linkblog: Knowledge Channel The town of Badami in India lies at the mouth of a ravine with rocky hills on either side. The cave temples are carved out of the soft sandstone of these hill

The rock-cut cave temples of Badami, India | EarthSky.org

See on Scoop.it – levin’s linkblog: Knowledge Channel The town of Badami in India lies at the mouth of a ravine with rocky hills on either side. The cave temples are carved out of the soft sandstone of these hill

designboom’s 2012 top ten: art

See on Scoop.it – levin’s linkblog: Arts Channel designboom counts down the the top ten stories of 2012 to reveal a slice of what viewers appreciated the most in an ever-changing world of creative expression. See on http://www.designboom.com

designboom’s 2012 top ten: art

See on Scoop.it – levin’s linkblog: Arts Channel designboom counts down the the top ten stories of 2012 to reveal a slice of what viewers appreciated the most in an ever-changing world of creative expression. See on http://www.designboom.com

Street Stone: Turning Marble Sculptures into Instant Hipsters – Neatorama

“Lookin’ good, Hercules! Alexis Persani and Leo Caillard collaborated in a project called “Street Stone” to digitally clothe marble statues thus instantly transforming them into hipsters” via Street Stone: Turning Marble Sculptures into Instant Hipsters – Neatorama.

Street Stone: Turning Marble Sculptures into Instant Hipsters – Neatorama

“Lookin’ good, Hercules! Alexis Persani and Leo Caillard collaborated in a project called “Street Stone” to digitally clothe marble statues thus instantly transforming them into hipsters” via Street Stone: Turning Marble Sculptures into Instant Hipsters – Neatorama.

Josef Albers Serves up Color in 80 Crazy Dishes at The Morgan Library & Museum – Core77

“In its latest exhibition, “Josef Albers in America: Painting on Paper,” The Morgan Library & Museum contests that Albers (1888-1976) is best known for a brightly colored series of late career paintings called “Homage to the Square,” tossing in his

Josef Albers Serves up Color in 80 Crazy Dishes at The Morgan Library & Museum – Core77

“In its latest exhibition, “Josef Albers in America: Painting on Paper,” The Morgan Library & Museum contests that Albers (1888-1976) is best known for a brightly colored series of late career paintings called “Homage to the Square,” tossing in his

“I think of it is as a piece of music for a special occasion:” Martin Creed on Ringing All the UK’s Bells On the Olympics Opening Day | Artinfo

“… exactly 12 hours before the Opening Ceremony — bells up and down the country sounded merrily to mark the first day of the Olympic Games. Brainchild of Turner Prize winner Martin Creed, “Work No. 1197: All the bells in a

“I think of it is as a piece of music for a special occasion:” Martin Creed on Ringing All the UK’s Bells On the Olympics Opening Day | Artinfo

“… exactly 12 hours before the Opening Ceremony — bells up and down the country sounded merrily to mark the first day of the Olympic Games. Brainchild of Turner Prize winner Martin Creed, “Work No. 1197: All the bells in a

Chromophobes, Xenophones and Lots of Textas – Phenomena – Artlink Magazine

“Kirsten Farrell muses on colourphobia through her life, her Phd and her reading of the book Colourphobia (2000) by David Batchelor” via Chromophobes, Xenophones and Lots of Textas – Phenomena – Artlink Magazine.

Chromophobes, Xenophones and Lots of Textas – Phenomena – Artlink Magazine

“Kirsten Farrell muses on colourphobia through her life, her Phd and her reading of the book Colourphobia (2000) by David Batchelor” via Chromophobes, Xenophones and Lots of Textas – Phenomena – Artlink Magazine.