Well! Just when you thought that things could not get any more out of control in Manhattan’s Meatpacking District news arrives that a Museum of Ice Cream is going to open in the area on July 29. It will be “just a few scoops from the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Gansevoort Street entrance to the High Line,” to borrow the language of its news release. (Emphasis added, while wincing.)
‘MUSEUM OF ICE CREAM IN NEW YORK WILL INCLUDE WORK BY QUITE A FEW ARTISTS’
Artiness | July 12, 2016
In her series Girls, Beijing-based photographer Luo Yang reveals a side to contemporary China that is rarely seen in the West. Her portraits depict an emerging generation of women who defy traditional stereotypes. Instead of being simply shy and reserved as one might expect, these Chinese women are also bold, self-aware and painfully cool.
‘Girls: Luo Yang’s insightful portraits reveal a new generation of Chinese women’
Creative Boom | May 22, 2016
Phoebe Rudomino is a photographer who isn’t afraid of get wet to go capture elegant women portraits or celebrities behind her diving lens. She got specialized in behind-the-scenes stills and video for cinema, TV and advertising. She worked on many aquatic movie shootings like Skyfall, Casino Royale, Atonement, Harry Potter and The Boat That Rocked.
‘Majestic Underwater Portraits by Phoebe Rudomino’
Fubiz | February 5, 2016
Guys from People of Print teamed up with filmmaker and animator Tommy Levi Morenos to create a list of films that will challenge and inform your understanding of creativity. Together they have cherry picked ten great films that explore the subjects of hands-on crafts and human imagination, hoping to provide inspiration for designers – and indeed anyone who is passionate about visual culture.
’10 Great Films about Art and Design’
Designcollector | February 05, 2016 | Arseny Vesnin
Since its return to Paris, the Mondial du Tatouage has become one of the largest international tattoo exhibitions ever held, with approximately 32,000 people in attendance last year. In anticipation for the upcoming event, Nicolas Amiard, the French digital artist known for his Star Wars-themed vignettes, released a new series of photo manipulations entitled, The Art of Tattoo.
Classical Paintings Rock Modern Tats’
The Creators Project | February 5, 2016 | Nathaniel Ainley
Fancy a creative future? Then look no further than 64 Million Artists, a national campaign that wants to unlock the creativity of everyone in Britain. Throughout January it set short daily creative challenges up to 20 minutes long that were “designed to fit into your day and bring it to life, making you more aware of your surroundings, introducing you to new places and people”.
‘How should we support creativity?’
The Guardian | February 5, 2016 | Susan Jones