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A Walk Through the Gallery - NYTimes.com
On February 10, New Yorkers got their last chance to see the Museum of Modern Art's "Henri Matisse: The Cut-Outs," a show that gathered about 100 of the artist's painted-paper works — the largest and most extensive presentation of these works ever assembled. The exhibition set out from the 1930s, covering work Matisse started producing toward the end of his life. Didn't make it to the museum? Here is the wall-to-wall experience.
art  nytimes  moma  interactive 
february 2015 by tysone
Art Descriptions
Art Descriptions takes artists’ statements about their work and presents them without any context. Now you can enjoy the over-involved description without any of that pesky art.
art  hilarious 
june 2012 by tysone
At the Metropolitan Museum, a New Wing, a New Vista - Interactive Feature - NYTimes.com
On Tuesday, after eight years of renovation, the Metropolitan Museum of Art will open its new Islamic wing — the Galleries for the Art of the Arab Lands, Turkey, Iran, Central Asia and Later South Asia. Below, a tour of some of the collection’s highlights, including smaller images of artworks from other parts of the world, made at the same time.
nytimes  nytgfx  nytmm  art  nyc 
october 2011 by tysone
A real-time edit of visual matter published by NYTimes.com. Curated in-house, but officially unofficial.
nytimes  visual  photography  illustration  art 
november 2010 by tysone
The Wilderness Downtown - Arcade Fire
An interactive film by Chris Milk Featuring "We Used To Wait"
arcadefire  html5  video  art  google 
august 2010 by tysone
Tell NoOne
lo-fi video experiments
video  art  amazing 
august 2010 by tysone
A Tangible Times API - First Look Blog - NYTimes.com
In the Interface Design department of the Potsdam University of Applied Sciences, a group of students recently found a way to use the Times Article Search API with a Reactable. They call their app "Infractor," but you could also call it "Mind-Blower."
nytapi  nytimes  ui  art  interaction  multitouch 
november 2009 by tysone
Now Burning | Gary Card’s T - The Moment Blog - NYTimes.com
"Burning an effigy of the New York Times logo is great art but also kind of ominous!"
nytimes  art 
october 2009 by tysone
Glitch : Designing Imperfection - a book on Glitch Art and Design Aesthetics
Systems Fail. Errors Happen, Computers don't know whats going on. We see interesting and unusual visuals artefacts and glitches, We capture them! At other times we provoke them!
glitches  art  design 
september 2009 by tysone
Home Movie Reconstructions 1974 / 2004
A selection of home movie reconstructions from my short film Family Movie.
video  art  history  narrative  family  nytpeeps 
july 2009 by tysone
bad banana blog: Subdivisions
New York artist Ross Racine creates aerial views of fictional suburbs, examining the relation between design and actual lived experience.
suburbia  art  culture  neighborhoods 
july 2009 by tysone
Román Cortés » The Simpsons Minus The Simpsons
Inspired by Garfield Minus Garfield I’ve edited every frame of the intro of The Simpsons, deleting every character of the family. It has been been done in Photoshop for about 1337 frames.
thesimpsons  animation  video  art 
june 2009 by tysone
Abroad - ‘Controversies’ in Paris - When a Picture Is Worth a Thousand Debates - NYTimes.com
As consumers of images we bear witness through them. Or we’re voyeurs. In either case we complete a transaction that we instigated, in that a photograph is made hoping someone will look at it. It’s a message tossed into the ocean of time, and how we read that message, whether indifferently or with compassion, can have moral dimensions.
photography  semiotics  culture  art 
june 2009 by tysone
Bamboozling Ourselves (Part 1) - Errol Morris Blog - NYTimes.com
Why do people believe in imaginary returns, frauds and fakes? Bernard Madoff, A.I.G. , W.M.D.’s … How did this happen? Do we believe things because it is in our self-interest? Or is it because we can be manipulated by others? And, if so, under what circumstances?
nytimes  errol_morris  art 
may 2009 by tysone
Bruce McCall's faux nostalgia | Video on TED.com
Bruce McCall paints a future that never happened -- full of flying cars, polo-playing tanks and the RMS Tyrannic, "The Biggest Thing in All the World." At Serious Play '08, he narrates a brisk and funny slideshow of his faux-nostalgic art.
video  art  future  nostalgia 
march 2009 by tysone
Tim Schwartz - Paris — Physical
The piece is attached via a network cable to the internet where it monitors news and search results for “paris hilton” and “paris france” and displays an average result in real-time.
visualization  internet  search  art 
march 2009 by tysone
Wikipedia Names Your Band
New meme: here's a totally random way to make your new random band's new random album cover. Post one!
photography  hilarious  music  art  wikipedia  crowdsourcing  random 
february 2009 by tysone
Tim Schwartz - Command Center
Command Center explores the transmission of information over time. Using cinematic expressions of time, the piece slowly marches forward year by year. For each year expressed on the four digit LED display, the gauges move to their respective values, each of which represents the number of articles containing a given term in the New York Times.
nytimes  api  art  sculpture 
january 2009 by tysone
National Portrait Gallery Gets Obama Poster - NYTimes.com
The National Portrait Gallery in Washington announced that it had acquired Shepard Fairey’s ubiquitous illustration of Barack Obama for its collection
obama  politics  art 
january 2009 by tysone
YouTube - I Want You To Want Me / by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar
The interactive installation "I Want You To Want Me", by Jonathan Harris and Sep Kamvar, commissioned by the Museum of Modern Art, for their "Design and the Elastic Mind" exhibition.
visualization  love  relationships  video  art  motion 
december 2008 by tysone
the cocktail piano!
i saw this at NYU's ITP show this week
awesome  drinks  liquor  art 
december 2008 by tysone
Sundance Channel : Video: : GREEN PORNO: BEE (full length)
Isabella Rossellini explores the mating habits of bees.
wtf  video  hilarious  sex  art 
august 2008 by tysone
Design Observer: writings about design & culture
Commercial culture depends on the theft of intellectual property for its livelihood. ... In the process what was once insurgent becomes commodity, and what was once the shock of the new becomes the shlock of the novel.
design  art 
april 2008 by tysone
The Most Wanted Paintings - Komar and Melamid Homepage
The Most Wanted paintings, as well as the Least Wanted paintings, reflect the artists' interpretation of a professional market research survey about aesthetic preferences and taste in painting.
art  culture 
april 2008 by tysone
Robert Frank's Unsentimental Journey: Entertainment & Culture: vanityfair.com
Digital photography destroys memory, he believes, with its ability to erase. Art school is another problem, teaching students to be blind. Editors are worse—they poke the artist’s eyes out. Photography: one minute it’s not art at all. Then perhaps i
photography  robert_frank  art 
march 2008 by tysone
Two unattended computers send endlessly bouncing out-of-office auto-responses to each other. “Permanent Vacation” by Cory Arcangel.
art  email  internet 
march 2008 by tysone
Title sequences from Saul Bass, the master of film title design - (37signals)
Saul Bass reinvented the movie title as an art form. By the end of his life, he had created over 50 title sequences for Preminger, Alfred Hitchcock, Stanley Kubrick, John Frankenheimer and Martin Scorsese.
design  film  art 
march 2008 by tysone
The city that never sleeps ... nor stops talking - MIT News Office
The project, called New York Talk Exchange (NYTE), is based around an analysis of telecommunications traffic flowing to and from New York City
art  communication  design  visualization  economics  nyc  mapping 
march 2008 by tysone
gapingvoid: "cartoons drawn on the back of business cards": how to be creative
So you want to be more creative, in art, in business, whatever. Here are some tips that have worked for me over the years:
design  productivity  inspiration  creativity  art 
february 2008 by tysone
Your Eustace: Online Only: The New Yorker
Bravo, New Yorker... "Recently, we held a contest asking readers to redefine Eustace Tilley, the magazine’s presiding dandy."
newyorker  art 
february 2008 by tysone
Cherry Blossoms
Each piece of confetti is inscribed with the name of a civilian who died in the war, and the circumstances of their death.
design  iraq  politics  art 
january 2008 by tysone

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