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‘We Have Faces Too’: An Exhibition Shows Life in San Quentin
Monday: How images from inside the state’s oldest prison ended up in an art museum. Also: California on the offensive, and the beginnings of Oscar buzz.
She recalled how one of the men working on the project looked at the image marked Stabbing in Gym, and saw a body like a fallen cathedral. The two arms, representing the forces of good and evil, buttressed the stabbed man. I love that he thought about the b… [+554 chars]
Jill Cowan
2019-09-16 13:21:44




Facebook lays out its vision of our communal VR future
After all the new products were announced and surprise features revealed at Oculus Connect 6 on Wednesday, Facebook Reality Lab (FRL) lead Michael Abrash took to the stage to discuss the future of VR, AR, and the company's leading role in their continuing dev…
"VR certainly has the same long term potential as the personal computer," Abrash told the audience. "In fact, I believe that it will ultimately become the most powerful creative and collaborative environment that has ever existed." But for that to happen, Ab… [+3140 chars]
Andrew Tarantola
2019-09-25 20:53:00




How to Deal with Excessive Sweat
All of us sweat, but some of us sweat a lot. Like, seriously, a lot. If you fall into this category, you know how annoying and sometimes embarrassing it can be. But never fear, my sweaty friends; we’re here to share some tips to make your life a little easier…
All of us sweat, but some of us sweat a lot. Like, seriously, a lot. If you fall into this category, you know how annoying and sometimes embarrassing it can be. But never fear, my sweaty friends; were here to share some tips to make your life a little easier.… [+11416 chars]
Patrick Allan
2019-10-04 14:00:00




He Sings. He Dances. He Creates a Sense of the Otherworldly.
The genre- and gender-bending French choreographer François Chaignaud wants the audience to have a more intense relationship to dance.
François Chaignauds introduction to dance came when he was a child growing up in Rennes, France. At a young age around 7 he found himself on the conservatory track, immersed in ballet and contemporary dance. While that approach teaches strength and discipline… [+1321 chars]
Gia Kourlas
2019-10-08 18:22:25




New Scrutiny of Museum Boards Takes Aim at World of Wealth and Status
A recent protest at the Whitney that drummed out a vice chairman exposed the symbiotic, but potentially problematic, relationship that museums have with some trustees.
While some boards have grown very large, in part to increase the donor base, most are governed by just a handful of people at the top. On rare occasions, a trustee comes to define an institution, as Mr. Lauder has the Whitney. Over four decades, Mr. Lauder, … [+2330 chars]
Robin Pogrebin, Elizabeth A. Harris and Graham Bowley
2019-10-02 23:30:41




New Snapchat feature will let you take 3D selfies
Want to take 3D photos of your body on Snapchat? We've got some awesome news for you. Snapchat launched a nifty new feature Tuesday that will allow its users to send and receive photos taken in "3D Camera Mode." This is a new kind of photo taken with Snapchat…
Want to take 3D photos of your body on Snapchat? We've got some awesome news for you.  Snapchat launched a nifty new feature Tuesday that will allow its users to send and receive photos taken in "3D Camera Mode." This is a new kind of photo taken with Snapch… [+1834 chars]
Rachel Kraus
2019-09-17 12:00:00

The Art of Creating a Ritual for What Matters Most
“Your sacred space is where you can find yourself again and again.” ~Joseph Campbell By Leo Babauta In this world where technology and consumerism have become our religion, we’ve largely lost something magical: the ability to elevate something into the realm …
“Your sacred space is where you can find yourself again and again.” ~Joseph Campbell In this world where technology and consumerism have become our religion, weve largely lost something magical: the ability to elevate something into the realm of the sacred. … [+8190 chars]
zenhabits
2019-09-19 17:43:04




How Recovery Can Make Entrepreneurs More Resilient – and More Successful
Quality downtime is the key to keeping your mind and body in peak shape and more resilient to adversity.
October 7, 2019 7 min read Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. In 2018, Megan Craig suffered a mild traumatic brain injury at an ice rink. A doctor told the associate professor of philosophy and art that to speed her recovery, s… [+7446 chars]
Aytekin Tank
2019-10-07 17:27:00




10 life-changing bathroom products that just went sale
Whether you want to admit it or not, the bathroom is one of your favorite places in your home — if not your ultimate favorite. It's where you ponder life, where you hang out when you want to aimlessly scroll on your phone, and where you do your most important…
Whether you want to admit it or not, the bathroom is one of your favorite places in your home if not your ultimate favorite. It's where you ponder life, where you hang out when you want to aimlessly scroll on your phone, and where you do your most important b… [+4273 chars]
Dylan Haas
2019-09-13 09:00:00




This Untitled Goose Game goose maker shows us what could have been
Paralives developer Alex Massé created an Untitled Goose Game character creator using the Paralives’ editing tools. It’s fan art, of course — but our imaginations are running wild.
The goose you play as in Untitled Goose Game is a delightful plain white goose thats only three colors. But what if you could play as a custom goose say, a King Goose or a lorge goose? Paralives developer Alex Massé showed us what could have been using Paral… [+667 chars]
Julia Lee
2019-10-10 21:49:35




10 mesmerizing pieces of art that change every time you see them
Art doesn't always need to be a painting on the wall or a monument that stands still. It can also be an interactive installation that grows larger, or even smaller, such as "Untitled" (Portrait of Ross in L.A.) by Felix Gonzalez-Torres. From Candy Chang's " C…
Art doesn't have to be a painting on the wall. It can be a dynamic piece that grows larger, smaller, fuller, or emptier in order to convey its message. Oftentimes, art is even interactive.  From Felix Gonzalez-Torres' "Untitled" to The Obliteration Room by Y… [+7395 chars]
Allie Lembo
2019-10-10 14:54:59




The billionaire founder of Spanx uses 3 body language tricks to make a great first impression
Craig Barritt/Getty Images There's a lot of value to be found in strong communication — especially the nonverbal type. Your body language can be speaking volumes on your behalf, which means that optimizing it can have great returns. Dr. Donna Van Natten, who …

Inc
2019-09-26 20:29:24




Storyboards, concept art, and more from Netflix's excellent new horror film In the Tall Grass
Netflix's big movie release this past week was In the Tall Grass, based on a short story by Stephen King and Joe Hill, and directed by Vincenzo Natali. To say much about the plot would spoil the fun of a first viewing, but there is already an incredible amoun…
Netflix's big movie release this past week was In the Tall Grass, based on a short story by Stephen King and Joe Hill, and directed by Vincenzo Natali. To say much about the plot would spoil the fun of a first viewing, but there is already an incredible amoun… [+4912 chars]
John Struan
2019-10-10 12:45:14




Turn killer quotes by 50 Cent, Kim Kardashian, Donald Trump and more into wall art
Who can forget the moment our president, the man in charge of a nuclear arsenal, coined the word "covfefe"? Sadly, it's easy to forget given the frequency and amount of head-slapping sayings he's given us - not to mention the disposable nature of his favorite…
Who can forget the moment our president, the man in charge of a nuclear arsenal, coined the word "covfefe"? Sadly, it's easy to forget given the frequency and amount of head-slapping sayings he's given us - not to mention the disposable nature of his favorite… [+3601 chars]
Boing Boing's Shop
2019-09-30 12:00:24




Jennifer Lopez did intense training for her pole-dancing scenes in 'Hustlers.' Experts say it's a grueling workout.
It took months of rigorous training for Jennifer Lopez to master her pole scene in "Hustlers," working with a professional choreographer and dancer. Professionals make it look easy, but the reality is that pole dancing requires impressive strength, skill, and…
In the trailer for "Hustlers," Jennifer Lopez, in character as a ruthless and ambitious strip club employee, takes the stage, performing a series of gravity-defying spins and flips on the pole with seemingly little effort. In reality, it took her months of… [+4706 chars]
Gabby Landsverk
2019-09-13 15:58:00




The Art of Punctuation
A review of Semicolon: The Past, Present, and Future of a Misunderstood Mark, by Cecelia Watson.
From the cover of Semicolon(Ecco) Semicolon: The Past, Present, and Future of a Misunderstood Mark, by Cecelia Watson (Ecco, 224 pp., $19.99)Each of us has his or her own history with punctuation. For the first 18 or so years of my life I attempted to get by… [+7936 chars]
Joseph Epstein
2019-09-24 06:18:39




Inspired Design Decisions: Bea Feitler, An Unstoppable Creative Force
In this fifth installment of Inspired Design Decisions, Andy Clarke will teach you about Bea Feitler, who directed Harper’s Bazaar throughout the 1960s and has been described as “the pioneering female art director you’ve never heard of.” Andy will teach you a…
Even if you didnt study graphic design at art school, you might know a few famous names. With over a century of commercial art direction, there are plenty more names to discover. People who have done astonishing work which can encourage and inspire us to thin… [+39658 chars]
Andrew Clarke
2019-10-03 12:30:59




Fernando Mastrangelo Presents Third Edition of In Good Company
Fernando Mastrangelo's annual In Good Company exhibition recently launched marking its third year showcasing the work of emerging designers.
Fernando Mastrangelo’s annual In Good Company exhibition recently launched marking its third year showcasing the work of emerging designers. This go-round he enlisted the help of Milan-based design connoisseur Rossana Orlandi to co-curate the show by scouring… [+1788 chars]
Caroline Williamson
2019-09-20 15:00:14




The American Art of Murder
We Americans are fascinated by murder. It leads every local newscast, fills hour after hour of television entertainment, and packs them in at the movies. It has been the subject of novels and plays by important writers — a way into understandin...
Current Issue We americans are fascinated by murder. It leads every local newscast; it fills hour after hour of television entertainment and packs them in at the movies. It has been the subject of novels and plays by important writers—a way into understandin… [+39609 chars]

2019-09-13 20:02:56




Human Anatomy and Oozing Black Glazes Cover Ceramics by Canopic Studio
Los Angeles-based ceramic artist Curran Wedner of Canopic Studio creates sculptures and tableware inspired by nature and the human body. Disembodied fingers, toes, and faces wrap around the outside of glazed porcelain cups and bowls to form unique and functio…
All images courtesy of Canopic Studio Los Angeles-based ceramic artist Curran Wedner of Canopic Studio creates sculptures and tableware inspired by nature and the human body. Disembodied fingers, toes, and faces wrap around the outside of glazed porcelain cu… [+1386 chars]
Andrew LaSane
2019-10-13 15:00:19
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