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Reads tagged with “illustration”

CreativeAllies: Artist, Meet Artist
CreativeAllies: Artist, Meet Artist

Artist meets artist, or why street cred beats petty pay every time.

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Phylomon: The Game of Life
Phylomon: The Game of Life

Pokemon meets Mother Earth, or what preschoolers have to do with the life of life.

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Music-Inspired Art: The Hype Machine Zeitgeist
Music-Inspired Art: The Hype Machine Zeitgeist

What American girls have to do with beach houses and Scandinavian boys.

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Alphabet Books Rethought
Alphabet Books Rethought

Contortionists, negative space, and what Claymation has to do with the Kama Sutra.

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Ed Emberley’s Make a World: The Film
Ed Emberley’s Make a World: The Film

What alligators from 1972 have to do with the visual culture of modern design.

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Live Now: In-the-Moment Inspiration
Live Now: In-the-Moment Inspiration

A true exercise in art therapy, or what all motivational posters should aspire to be.

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Curation with a Conscience: The Working Proof
Curation with a Conscience: The Working Proof

How to cover your causes and your walls, all at the same time.

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The Moment Jars
The Moment Jars

A timecapsule of human existence, or what childbirth and a moose have in common.

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Interview with Illustrator Christina Tsevis
Interview with Illustrator Christina Tsevis

What Coldplay, Oscar Wilde and Plato have in common and why the commodification of art may be a good thing.

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Retro Revival: Man as Industrial Palace
Retro Revival: Man as Industrial Palace

Vintage German artwork on digital steroids, or why you house a factory.

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