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What Is Music’s Comic Book Superpower?
In a comic book or graphic novel, there may be little lines that suggest a tiny burst of noise or emblazoned effects—words writ large in blocky colorful type—that announce the intrusion of sonic events. Sometimes there are even actual musical notes. This week, Marc Weidenbaum explores what the reader
analysis  art  comics  music 
june 2017 by bradbarrish
Andy Yeung | photography
The Kowloon Walled City was once the densest place on Earth. Hundreds of houses stacked on top of each other enclosed in the center of the structure. Many didn’t have access to air or open space. This notorious city was finally demolished in 1990s. However, if you look hard enough, you will notice that the city is not dead. Part of it still exists in many of current high density housing apartments where the only view out the window is neighbor’s window. I hope this series can get people to think about claustrophobic living in Hong Kong from a new perspective.
photography  art 
may 2017 by bradbarrish
Original production art used in the creation of Katsuhiro Otomo's 'Akira' (1988).
animation  art 
may 2017 by bradbarrish
Miguel Marquez Outside
Public Projects - Michael Pederson
april 2017 by bradbarrish
Filling Spaces
This concept started as a personal study on the connection between light and space trying to represent how the music can fill the room with his beauty.
art  music 
march 2017 by bradbarrish
Advice on how to play a gig by Thelonious Monk
In 1960, saxophonist Steve Lacy wrote down a list of advice from jazz pianist Thelonious Monk on how to play music. Among the it
advice  art  creativity  music  history  best 
february 2017 by bradbarrish
gallery, one-of-a-kind monotypes, monotype printmaking, printing press, original artwork, mono print, Patricia Hardmeier, Patricia Leeb, Patricia Hardmeier Leeb
november 2016 by bradbarrish
Online Custom Frames, Quality Mail-In Framing Made Easy
Selection of high quality wood gallery frames at discount prices. Mail-In Service. Best way to get art, photos, posters, and certificates custom framed online!
shopping  art  services 
november 2016 by bradbarrish
Philip Glass on controlling your output and getting paid for what you make
The legendary composer Philip Glass discusses authorship, and getting paid for what you make, in the age of digital streaming.
art  commerce 
november 2016 by bradbarrish
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WEIRDCORE // the reel of Weirdcore, home of Extreme AV whatever-ness located in London, England (
video  production  art  services  design 
november 2016 by bradbarrish
Happy Place, Fremantle WA
Elliott 'Numskull' Routledge is an Australian contemporary artist, working out of Sydney in a variety of fields and mediums including painting,
art  wishlist 
september 2016 by bradbarrish
This Is What Musical Notes Actually Look Like
A few months ago, I sat poolside with friends in Palm Springs. Amid the quiet desert sublime, we reminisced about all the live music…
art  music  science  audio 
august 2016 by bradbarrish
3,900 Pages of Paul Klee’s Personal Notebooks Are Now Online, Presenting His Bauhaus Teachings (1921-1931)
Paul Klee led an artistic life that spanned the 19th and 20th centuries, but he kept his aesthetic sensibility tuned to the future.
art  design  history 
june 2016 by bradbarrish
Don’t Get Rich, Don’t Die Trying: Thriving V. Surviving in the Music Industry
Hutch Harris of the Thermals isn’t rich, but he’s not sure he wants you to know that.
music  life  art  money 
may 2016 by bradbarrish
Buck the Cubicle #2
Bruce Gardner excels at the Japanese art of Hikaru Dorodango, or "Shiny Dumpling". He first learned about the practice from the sci-fi writer William Gibson,…
diy  art 
april 2016 by bradbarrish
Diana Severinenko (Source: 1337ta
inspiration  art  tattoo 
january 2016 by bradbarrish
Illustrated Planners, Journals, Cards, Books
Independent publisher of illustrated books and paper goods made in the USA using 100% recycled paper.
art  books  design  paper  gifts  kids 
november 2015 by bradbarrish
New Empathy Cards™ for November!
Based on our customers’ overall response to the first round of Empathy Cards, many of these new styles are appropriate for a variety of illnesses, loss, and general crappy situations.
art  cards  gifts 
november 2015 by bradbarrish
doodl club — Artist-Made Coloring Book Zines
books  art  subscription  outcomeunknown 
october 2015 by bradbarrish
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art  architecture  losangeles 
september 2015 by bradbarrish
PLASTOLUX About Visit Plastolux Shop Plastolux
wishlist  art 
september 2015 by bradbarrish
The Work of Michael Murphy
Online portfolio featuring the work of American sculptor Michael Murphy
september 2015 by bradbarrish
Jennifer Bartlett
Jennifer Losch Bartlett (born 1941) is an American artist. Her work combines abstract and representational styles. Early life and educationEdit Bartlett was born March 14, 1941 in Long Beach,…
art  wishlist 
september 2015 by bradbarrish
Last Look: Artist Charlie Roberts, The Storyteller
Charlie Roberts has a lot going on, kind of like his paintings. Take our cover, for example: we’ve got Rambo, an avocado, a bong, brass knuckles, a cigar, a skull, and a cat—among other…
art  wishlist 
september 2015 by bradbarrish
Detailed scientific study of the surface of the Moon by Julius Grimm, dated 1888, Oil on Canvas
space  art 
august 2015 by bradbarrish
Intervention on a hidden skate spot floor in Hütteldorf ( Vienna) with Minuskula .
art  home  design  inspiration 
august 2015 by bradbarrish
From subculture to big money industry
As Street Art crashes through the established art market, a crop of one-time vandals are becoming ‘rock star artists’, w…
art  business 
august 2015 by bradbarrish
Design inspiration: the art of Tiffany McAnarney
It’s no secret that we’re big fans of doodling here at InVision. So when we discovered Dallas-based artist Tiffany McAnarney, who describes her work as “essentially color and line building,...
art  interviews 
july 2015 by bradbarrish
Rick Stevens Art
abstract art contemporary southwest pastels oil paintings
art  wishlist 
july 2015 by bradbarrish
How Ecstasy, Aspirin, and LSD Look Under the Microscope
From aspirin to ecstasy, Maurice Mikkers cracks open the insides of popular prescription and recreational drugs.
drugs  art 
july 2015 by bradbarrish
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