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1 hr ago | EContent Magazine
Although there is some debate about just how many freelancers there are in the U.S., everyone agrees that the number is rising.
5 hrs ago | Switched
The typefaces below may not have a place in many graphic designers' playbooks -- see this list for some of those -- but that doesn't erase their novelty factor for us.
7 hrs ago | Dallas Observer
We've got quite a weekend up our sleeves for you. From theater to sideshows to film screenings and art exhibitions, we've shuffled up the cards and stacked the deck just for you.
In today's video we take a quick look at the latest changes to Yosemite in action as we draw ever closer to it's official release.
'This Mighty King Refused to Step Down from His Thrown' by Val Sivilli, acrylic, screenprint and mixed media on canvas, 38"x 40", 2014.
Jura Koncius is a Washington Post staff writer who specializes in home and design.
Greenwood Park Tennis Club, on Tippendell Lane, now has newly painted practice walls, due to a paint donation from the Dulux Let's Colour project.
Australian mixed-media artist Andy Thomas uses bird sound recordings to create digital sound sculptures or 3D animations that appear as abstract shapes that move and respond to the sounds of the birds.
The Shortgrass Art Institute and the Southern Prairie Library System are offering a new art class, "Get Artsy for the Holidays," with Lyn Taylor.
I tend to find myself feeling a bit glum as summer draws to a close. The weather is too hot to inspire much activity, and the greenery of spring has sizzled to a parched brown.
Eponymous design studio Mansi Shah prides itself on creating signature prints and products.
The designing, building, and placing of the new town flags has taken months, but the process is finally complete.
The project will follow the progress of 70 graduates who represent the future of British design - which the judges will be scouting for throughout the next few months.
A map illustrating the ancient and modern history of Reading has become the symbol of a firm which is working to shape the town's future.
What that means is that I spent hours on a Commodore 64 typing lines of "if-then" code that resulted in my name flashing on a screen.
The awnings are up for two new stores: 1. Eyeglasses 99, in the old Metro PCS at 266 Kingston at Lincoln.
Updated: Thu Aug 21, 2014 11:27 am
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