visitors are prohibited to interact with the art on display, where ernesto neto beckons the audience to experience his installations on a multi-sensory level.
With this smart padlock, you no longer need to worry about keeping keys or memorizing numerical combinations to unlock it.
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Editor and filmmaker Jaume R Lloret has created a supercut of every bloodshed scene in Quentin Tarantino’s films.
There is something magical about long exposure photography – allowing your camera to capture light and details for a longer period of time can create some stunning photographs. From traffic lights and light painting to smoky water and star trails, or even photographing the Milky Way – the possibilities are endless. Equipped with a sturdy…
The unstoppable Bordalo II is once again back on the streets of his hometown, Lisbon in Portugal with a brand new installation entitled “Bordaleta”.
A poorly designed website has real impacts, whether page views or sales. We won’t hesitate to bounce away to another with a better user experience.
1. Requiring users to signup before browsing your site
2. Forgetting about multiple screens
3. Having ridiculous forms to fill out
4. Using hard to read or cutesy fonts
5. Implementing a Search bar that sucks
6. Bombarding the reader with a wall of text
7. Displaying your products with low-res images
MS – 8 Non stop animated gifs (you will discover what I’m talking about)
Agree with all 7 of these annoying disasters and would add an 8th – too many animated gifs all running at the same time with NO STOP.
One of the great things about medieval art and architecture is that people just went in and did things. They didn’t build models and scale them up, building great cathedrals and abbeys was a learning process as much as anything else. This means many of these apparently perfect aspirations to the Heavenly Jerusalem have some often quite comical mistakes, corrections and bodge-jobs that once you see, you can’t unnotice.
9 Art Techniques That Anyone Can Do To Jumpstart Creativity
“It all starts with drawing. The rough idea of drawings, doodles, enthusiasm and sketches plays such a major part in the process of animation.
Last week, in TWIOE, I noted a challenge from Stephen Hurley to pen a letter to a new teacher. I’ve been mulling this around, editing/revising, and figured it was time to let it go. Here would be…
Dear New Teacher:
Congratulations on starting the next stage in your life. As an educator in the province, you have the opportunity to mold the lives and help set the direction for thousands of students over the course of your career…