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12 min ago | BroadcastNewsroom

World of Wonder Gallery Reopens Its Doors for Prized Pop Art Artist...

World of Wonder Storefront Gallery, renowned home to pop art and pop culture revolution located at 6650 Hollywood Blvd, will reopen its doors to host pop artist Sham Ibrahims much anticipated solo show.


Related Topix: Los Angeles, CA, Entertainment, Vanderpump Rules, Television, Fashion, Betsey Johnson, Designers, Duck Dynasty, Arts, Hollywood (Los Angeles, CA)

4 hrs ago | Cool Hunting

House Industries for Richard Sachs Cyclocross: The graphic design...

In American cycling, few figures rival the legacy of frame-builder, designer and longtime racer Richard Sachs .


Related Topix: Arts, Chester, CT

4 hrs ago | Business Journal

These college majors are the most and least likely to lead to underemployment

A recent survey of 68,000 workers by salary information firm PayScale and reported by the Washington Post reveals that some majors thought to be practical for obtaining post-graduation employment may in fact lead to feelings of underemployment.


Related Topix: Arts

5 hrs ago | Boise Weekly

The Birds and the (H)Bees

When local artist Heather Bauer--HBee to her former students--said, "I have a perfectly preserved crow in my freezer," it made absolute sense, particularly in light of her new exhibit, Corvus in the Void , which opens Wednesday, Sept.


Related Topix: Pop/Rock, Arts

6 hrs ago | Hypebot

Getting Great Album Art On a Diy Budget

If you're not a studied designer, the thought of commissioning an album cover may be a little overwhelming .


Related Topix: Arts, Photography

Tue Aug 26, 2014

Alabama Live

From Pleasant Grove to Japan: Joel Fuller plans design career and writes graphic novel...

Joel Fuller's parents knew he had artistic talent when he started drawing architectural layouts in preschool.


Related Topix: Arts, Butler University

Border Mail

farewells long-time production manager

ROBERT Lappin, the long-time production manager of The Border Mail in Albury, oversaw technical advances that propelled the newspaper to the forefront of modern newsprint technology.


Related Topix: Australia, World News, Arts

Business Journal

How should a property near downtown Greensboro's ballpark be redeveloped?

Teri Moser, a graphic designer and private real estate investor, has bought a vacant 7,200-square-foot office space at the corner of North Edgeworth and Bellemeade streets in downtown Greensboro and is exploring potential redevelopment opportunities.


Related Topix: Arts, Greensboro, NC

Horncastle News

Charlotte 'scales' heights to enjoy a dream trip to Japan

If you put two fish on a plate, most people would probably expect a pile of chips and a dollop of tomato sauce to follow.


Related Topix: United Kingdom, Lincolnshire County, England, Arts


Rampant Design Announces Massive Distortion Library

The Rampant Distortion Toolkit contains over 2,500 clips of 2K, 4K and 5K glitch and distortion elements for motion designers and editors.


Related Topix: Libraries, Arts

North County Public Radio

Paul Smiths College students collaborate on new art

Canadian artist Aquil Virani is on a mission to empower first year college students to feel confident and comfortable in their adopted campus homes.


Related Topix: Arts

Hillingdon Times

Invasion of creative talent at Uxbridge College

Performing arts students at Uxbridge College in Hayes showcased skills in street dance, commercial dance, ballet, tap and Rock & Roll during the college's creative week.


Related Topix: Arts, Ballet, Photography

Mon Aug 25, 2014

Wawatay News

Grow, learn, expand, repeat.

If I'm ever brave enough to get a tattoo it would say, "The only constant is change".


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Los Angeles Times

From penguins to Sputnik: LACMA's modern kimono show is off the hook

The L.A. County Museum of Art currently has an exhibition of early 20th century kimono on view in its Japanese pavilion -- and the patterns couldn't be bolder.


Related Topix: Arts, Entertainment

Steuben Courier

Book Notes: How much does reader need to be told?

'What We See When We Read: A Phenomenology with Illustrations,' by Peter Mendelsund.


Related Topix: Arts

A sneak preview of the 2014 Books by the Banks poster using art by Charley Harper

Artwork by the late Cincinnati illustrator Charley Harper gets a new life in this year's Books by the Banks event poster.


Related Topix: Cincinnati, OH, Arts, Entertainment


Talking with Ellen Lupton about Type on Screen

Calling all type lovers! Want to take your type skills to the next level? Type expert Denise Bosler can help you in the upcoming course Advanced Typography .


Related Topix: Arts, Maryland institute, College of Art

Dallas Observer

A Graphic Designer Reviews Dallas Beer Labels

It's Drinking Week at City of Ate, which means even more stories than usual about our favorite pastime.


Related Topix: Beer, Arts, Dallas, TX


Kern Your Enthusiasm

One of 25 installments in a series of posts analyzing and celebrating a few of our favorite typefaces.


Related Topix: Arts

Cool Hunting

Like Knows Like Documents Wasted Rita: Insight into the life of the...

Back in 2012, filmmaker Bas Berkhout and photographer Marije Kuiper launched a socially oriented side project together, known as Like Knows Like -with an aim to make documentaries about the people they admired.


Related Topix: Arts