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Films 4 [Conservation]

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Our good friends, Nick Lyon and Evie Wright, have just initiated a wonderful web-based resource for conservation, photography and film/video.  Nick and Evie (who contributed an audio piece on jomas v.1) created Cockroach Productions nearly 2 years ago and have since made a huge impact with their work. They almost singled handly changed the UK's Palm Oil market from one that encourages the destruction of Indonesia's rainforests and orangutan habitats to a sustainable one. Their new initiative is www.films4.org a hub for conservation media, wildlife film and photography with  specialized pages in ape, tiger and elephant conservation. From Nick & Evie:

Films4.org is an experimental resource for conservationists, filmmakers and photographers dedicated to conservation of our enviroment and wildlife [ed]. Currently running as a BETA test.

The idea of this site is that it becomes a lively and dynamic first port of call for your daily web browsing. We aim to collect all the news that you find most interesting and which will be kept up to date with RSS web feeds.

We are trying to make the most of the beauty of the internet and the democratisation of information through new ways of finding information and spreading it. We encourage conservation groups to take advantage of free internet tools available to them to spread their message - not just through their own websites - but through others like this - do you have a blog? do you run RSS feeds? if you don't you are missing out on the chance to reach new audiences and supporters. Have a look at the live news feeds below to find out why.

We are also trying to make available some of the most exciting media available - video - this can be locally or internationally targetted - but if you have educational conservation videos available online then tell us about it so we can collect them here.



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once in a while you find something truely extraordinary...

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it
appears
as if
it is
all
here:
                  ubu



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Repercusiones y Resonancias

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The 2nd Annual Journeys of Visual Anthropology
A week long event featuring:
  • The independent documentary movement against the new Radio and TV National Law.
  • Documentary, memory and social movements.
  • Institutional programs that promote viusal anthropology.
  • Visual anthropology and religion.
  • Anthropological photography and photojournalism.
  • From documentary to video-art and the philosophy of images.
  • Screenings of mexican contemporary ethnographic documentaries  (including Q&A sesions with the directors and comments by anthropologists)
  • Opening: "In the pit" by Juan Carlos Rulfo, comments by Nestor Garcia Canclini
  • Perspectives: A photo exhibition by Jose Carlo Gonzalez
  • La Revolucion imaginada: A traditional votive paintings exhibition by Alfredo Vilchis
From August 14th to August 18th. Nacional School of Anthropology and History, Mexico City.
View program here.

 


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Folk Songs for the Five Points

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Folk Songs for the Five Points
is a digital arts project that allows you to create your own “folk songs” by remixing and overlaying a range of sounds taken from New York’s Lower East Side.

The SoundMap features a visual representation of the Lower East Side, overlaid with a series of dots. Each dot represents an audio sample recorded at that particular place. To select a sample, click and drag one of circles over the chosen dot. The sample will then automatically start playing.

Folk Songs for the Five Points is a celebration of cultural diversity and change, using “folk songs” as a metaphor to explore immigration and the formation of identity in New York’s Lower East Side.

The project isn’t about absolute answers or clear definitions. We are celebrating the unexpected richness that confronts you at every turn – from the many languages of Canal St to the endless complexity contained in words like “immigrant” and “folk song”.


http://www.tenement.org/folksongs/


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ConcerningDesign.

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Check out ConcerningDesign.org , a weblog focusing on design and design education.

Comments and insights are welcomed!




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Artist Video Series

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Artist video series

Reading about artists can be moving. Seeing their work can be inspiring and, at times, can provoke us to action. Hillman Curtis, in his video series, allows us to experience leading designers through sound and motion, uncovering what it is about them that inspires him. Curtis profiles such  luminaries as Stefan Sagmiester, Billy Bragg, Paula Scher, Badly Drawn Boy and Pentagram as well as profiling some of his favorite movies like LA Doce Vita and Spinal Tap.

Curtis has even more videos on his site. See the entire series
.

David Carson
"The starting point is never to make something ugly, or to make it hard to read, or to make it award-winning, or to make it pretty. The starting point is to try to interpret something." Time: 3:50

More...
Milton Glaser
"And I am still astonished. Things still amaze me. And I think that's the great benefit of being in the arts: where the possibility of learning never disappears. Where you basically have to admit you never learn it." Time: 5:55

More...

from AIGA.


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Independent Music Sought

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It Takes A Village To Make Records, an independently-run music label, seeks tracks for an upcoming, FREE sampler of independent music and soundscapes. ITAV specializes in unique, handcrafted recordings, a hands-off approach to creative control and copyright ownership, and visually stunning graphic design and packaging. ITAV releases are designed to grab potential purchasers from across a room and draw them to your music.

"First-hand Accounts, Theories, and their Repercussions" will act as a calling card for ITAV, rather than a label roster compilation. In that spirit, ITAV seeks music of all forms, from traditional folk to noise. Additionally, songs which demonstrate a strong independent vein are desired, whether that is shown by experimental qualities or simply by the song's lack of slickness. "First-hand Accounts" will contain live tracks, demos and/or alternate versions and home recordings. Tracks are sought from all types of artists, famous or unknown.

Artists will retain full rights to their music. "First-hand Accounts" will be distributed FREE as an educational tool and an example of ITAV's creative expertise. For that reason, ITAV cannot offer compensation for your track, however full credits will be included in the packaging, including songwriting credits, "appears courtesy of..." messages, and/or internet resources.

ITAV is cultivating a diverse artist base for this project and for their emerging catalog. For more information and to submit your tracks, contact stargrazerllc@gmail.com.


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a gift

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rositadreamsrosita, hope you like it

more is in the makings

of the chaos

s00n sEE

 

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  • welcome, frank! i like your work!
    - [ben]

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sagmeister, inc.

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stefan sagmeister is a pretty darn unique designer.


i just spent a few hours (when i should've been working) looking at sagmeister's work, reading interviews, and soaking up his advice to students.



http://www.sagmeister.com

the documentary by hilman curtis
is also worth checking out... [Sagmeister]



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Biting the Apple

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I love my new Apple G5 iMac.  It is both beautiful and powerful.  And iTunes is the nearest thing to realizing my dream of cataloguing my massive music collection and setting it on random play.  But it seems most dreams contain an edge of nightmare, as this statement from http://www.computertakeback.com/bad_apple/bad would seem to indicate:

The iLife isn't quite as harmonious as it seems.  Lurking beneath Apple's beautifully designed digital music players and computers are poisonous chemicals like lead and mercury that can cause birth defects and disabilities.  When the millions of Apple's obsolete computers and other electronic products hit the landfills and incinerators, millions of pounds of toxic lead and other highly toxic materials will be dumped into our air, land, and water.  Apple should live up to its ethical reputation and take leadership to stop the growing mountain of toxic electronic waste from poisoning our families and communities.  It should develop the best recycling system for its used machines and build cleaner and safer electronic products.
 




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  • Peter, thanks for this post. I went to the site and followed the steps. As I am...more
    - [dispatx]
  • The people behind this campaign seem to want to cast Apple in the light of villa...more
    - [stargrazer]

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AIGA Design Archives

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The AIGA (American Institute of Graphic Arts) Design Archives are a record of annual juried selections of design excellence and the work of designers honored by AIGA. These intereactive archives provide broad accesibility to an extensive collection of contemporary design for research and reference. This definitive resource on American design will continue to expand with each year's new selections and the addition of special archives.


view the AIGA Design Archives
view 2004's selctions for
365: AIGA Year in Design 25





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Free Legal Services

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This came from Christine Stamas at the Detroit Artists Market:

The Detroit Artists Market (DAM) and ArtServe Michigan's Volunteer Lawyers
for Arts and Culture program have joined together in a major project to
provide free monthly legal services to Detroit area artists. The next Artist
Legal Clinic will be held on Saturday, February 5th from 1 - 3 p.m. at the
DAM gallery located at 4719 Woodward Avenue in Detroit.

The Clinic is an opportunity for artists to seek private consultations on
their arts-related legal issues with one of the volunteer attorneys. After
an initial consultation at the Artists Legal Clinic if it is determined that
the artist has a more in-depth legal issue the artist will be pre-qualified
using the Volunteer Lawyers for Arts and Culture (VLAC) income guidelines
and the case placed with a volunteer attorney.

The ArtServe Volunteer Lawyers for Arts and Culture is a referral service
that provides pro-bono legal assistance to income eligible artists and arts
and cultural organizations. Legal assistance available covers a wide range
of areas including contracts, copyrights, patents, trademarks, acquisition
of business space, real estate, constitutional rights and First Amendments
issues, etc.

For more information, please contact Kim Dabbs, Director of Service Programs
at ArtServe via email at kdabbs@artservemichigan.org or by phone at
248-557-8288x14.



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  • Thanks Christine and Peter! This is great info.
    - [nick]
  • Will anyone in the Detroit area be able to attend? Seems like a good oppoertuni...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • i would like to go on Saturday... but am not really sure what questions I should...more
    - [pax]
  • I can't think of specific questions, but I wonder if they could offer advice on...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • sorry guys. i couldn't make it. maybe next month.
    - [pax]

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Cubasis question

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 hellllo everyone i have the computer program, cubasis (electronic/recording music), but  no idea how to use it or the input devices needed. does anyone have this system or one like it who would be willing to fill me in on the needed accessories and such? i'd appreciate it much! thanks! rachel



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  • sorry for all the confusion guys, just learning how this weblog works!
    - [rachie]
  • Rachel - check out http://lmbpc.lincoln.ac.uk/audio/Getting%20Started.pdf for th...more
    - [pax]
  • Nice picture!
    - [name not provided]
  • Welcome aboard!
    - [stargrazer]
  • Rachel, I'm interested in your experiences with cubasis. Let me know how it wor...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • Rachel, do you have a MIDI keyboard? This is an indispensable tool for Cubasis....more
    - [nick]
  • peter, ha yea it migggght take me a bit to get around to that but once it is all...more
    - [rachie]
  • nick, no i don't have a MIDI keboard. really?? wow well under $50 huh, not bad....more
    - [rachie]
  • rachel- i think the keyboard at your house might be midi- you can just look at t...more
    - [ben]
  • rachel, i hope everything worked out with the program. sorry i found this post...more
    - [Jeanne]

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A Concert to Honor and Aid Victims of the December 26 Tsunami

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From OCC member
V.A. Gayathri:

Wednesday, January 26, 2005
7:00 PM
Rackham Auditorium, The University of Michigan

The Centers for South and Southeast Asian Studies and the International Institute at the University of Michigan, and the Department of Asian Languages and Cultures, with the support of other university programs, will present a concert of South and Southeast Asian dance and music to honor and aid victims of the earthquake and tsunami on December 26, 2004.

One month to the day after this tragedy, a distinguished group of Asian artists will come together to mark its effect on our community and our world. The principal performers are world-class professional dancers and musicians from Indonesia and India, all of them visitors in residence at U-M. Didik Nini Thowok, superb Indonesian dancer, V.A. Gayathri, a prominent Bharatha Natyam dancer, Pamardi, a master dancer and teacher from Indonesia, and Jun Wakabayashi, a master Butoh dancer from Japan will be performing. Their performances, born of ancient cultures shaped in part by millennia of earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, monsoons and floods, will serve as an observance for the University and Ann Arbor communities of lives lost and changed. The concert will also offer an opportunity for members of the audience to help with relief efforts through contributions to Oxfam, which is doing excellent work on the ground in South and Southeast Asia. The program will be opened by the U-M Gamelan Ensemble, playing "Wilujeng," a traditional Javanese piece that often begins gamelan concerts in Java.

The concert is free and open to the public. Contributions in cash or check will be accepted for Oxfam-USA at the door. Suggested contributions are $5 or higher for students, and $10 or higher for others. Rehearsals for the concert will be open to the public between 1 pm and 5 pm, and contributions will be accepted at that time too.


For more information, please contact the Centers for South and Southeast Asian Studies at 734.764.0452, by email at csseas@umich.edu, or see our web pages at www.umich.edu/~iinet/csas and www.umich.edu/~iinet/cseas.



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  • cool! i'll be there.
    - [pax]
  • congratulations, gaya. how was your show in mexico?
    - [Ande]
  • Any feedback from the show? This sounded cool, but I couldn't go. How was it?
    - [nick]

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Born into Brothels

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Teaching art is an amazing challenge for anyone who has the desire to empower a voice and express a vision of how the world is percieved through the eyes of another person.  Aesthetic awareness is only one aspect of art education.  Excellence in technique, attention to the individual and an awareness to one's surroundings all play a part in the holistic approach to teaching and learning art. 

"Born into Brothels," a documentary film is the manifestation of this challenge.  The film is part of a project "Kids with Cameras," which teaches children the technical aspects of photography and challenges them to use this knowledge to see their lives in new ways.  Those who believes art is more than a picture that hangs on a wall will find this engaging.  Check out their website

Kids With Cameras


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  • photographers without borders. what a great effort, thanks for sharing noah
    - [Ande]
  • this is a great example of what we'd like to do more of with OCC - using art in...more
    - [pax]
  • heard about this on NPR, I think. A very sensitive and moving piece.
    - [stargrazer]

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Alphabet Synthesis Machine

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Alphabet Synthesis Machine
Software by Golan Levin with Jonathan Feinberg and Cassidy Curtis

The Art21 Alphabet Synthesis Machine is an online artwork which allows visitors to create and breed personalized "nonsense alphabets"—coherent sets of abstract forms which might resemble the plausible writing systems of imaginary civilizations or unfamiliar societies. It is an aid to explorers of the liminal territory between familiarity and chaos. An interactive Java applet, the Machine invites
you to evolve the letterforms of a personalized "alien alphabet": the possible writing system of your own
imaginary civilization.

click here to visit website






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  • I like this!
    - [stargrazer]

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jean rouch tribute website

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Jean Rouch web site Jean Rouch was a universally-acclaimed filmmaker, anthropologist, civil engineer, explorer, and storyteller. His sudden death in February 2004 has brought an outpouring of gratitude and memories from friends, colleagues, students and audiences around the world.

Documentary Educational Resources, the major distributor of Rouch’s films in the U.S., presents a new web site in collaboration with Brenda Baugh, Craig Johnson and Talisman Interactive. This site is a place to share memories of Jean, to tell the story of his extraordinary life and work, and to bring his films to a wider audience. We invite you to learn more about Jean Rouch and to participate in the worldwide community that has been inspired by him. Access the new web site at www.der.org/jean-rouch/.

(from http://www.der.org/)



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wim crouwel

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Collaboration .2 [call for entries]

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Outside Circle Collective
Collaboration .2
Call For Entries


Members of Outside Circle Collective are invited to submit proposals for Collaboration .2, an international travelling exhibition to begin mid-2005. Each entry should be a proposed collaboration between two or more members (eg, a musician and a painter, a web designer, a film maker and a dancer; whatever fits).

Please submit names and contact information with a proposal of no more than three pages. Submissions may propose work in any format, but no funding will be provided. All proposed work must be self-financed.

Proposals can be emailed to info@outsidecircle.com or snail mailed to :

Outside Circle Collective
426 West Second St.
Rochester, MI USA
48307-1904

Submission Deadline is February 15, 2005.

If you would like more information about the exhibition or Outside Circle Collective, send email or visit the website listed below.




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  • Yay! Thanks for the way prettier posting (and content!)
    - [name not provided]
  • i learned it by watching you.
    - [ben]

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you better check yourself

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watch the propaganda machine roll at checkyourself.com



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  • this one's for the kids!
    - [Ande]

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east lansing art festival

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42nd Annual East Lansing Art Festival Announces Call to Fine Artists, Fine Craftpersons & Emerging Artists

October 29, 2004

EAST LANSING, Mich.- The East Lansing Art Festival is seeking fine artists, fine craftpersons and emerging artists for its May 21 & 22, 2005 Art Festival. This juried art festival, held in the streets of downtown East Lansing, welcomes 230 talented artists from across the United States and Canada and as many as 12 emerging artists affiliated (within 2-3 years) with any university, college or art school.

Rated as one of the top art festivals in the country, the East Lansing Art Festival draws an estimated attendance of 70,000 from across Michigan and the Midwest region. In addition to our artist exhibitors, the Festival features free performances on two stages, an international style food court, and a hands-on art activities area. Admission for festival attendees is free.  

For more details, participation rules and applications, please visit our website at
www.elartfest.com. If you are an emerging artist please click on 2005 emerging artist application link, and if you are a fine artist or fine craftsperson please click on 2005 artist application link.

If you would prefer to receive an application in the mail please provide name and mailing address to: East Lansing Art Festival, 410 Abbott Road, East Lansing, MI 48823, or call (517) 319-6804.  Please mention which application you would like to receive.

Application deadline is January 14, 2005.


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Art Serve Michigan

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ArtServeMichigan.org is a good resource for Michigan-based artists.

Their mission:

ArtServe Michigan supports and advocates for the arts and cultural education in the state of Michigan. ArtServe Michigan accomplishes its mission by working with artists, educators, cultural organizations, businesses, volunteers and others through statewide programs, services and a variety of collaborative efforts.

Register online for Michigan Artist Directory's free monthly email listing of competitions, commissions, grants, calls for entries and job opportunities.

Visit the gallery/members pages.


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  • one problem i have with the Michigan Artist Directory is that is essentially a &...more
    - [ben]
  • This also means that anyone with $40 can be a member. Not to be elitist, but th...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • What I mean to say is that good art comes from all income levels, not just those...more
    - [stargrazer]

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...and so do you

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The image “http://lansing.votersmatter.org/data/Logo%20(big%20size).jpg” cannot be displayed, because it contains errors.

To see a logo I designed (and to learn about a dedicated, non-partisan "get out the vote" effort) check out www.lansing.votersmatter.org. This non-profit, started barely two months ago, has been registering new voters and educating citizens on the how, where and when of voting in the 20 Lansing precincts which had the lowest voter turnout last election. Read about them and find out how you can get involved!


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  • damn straight. grass roots at its best.
    - [ben]
  • nice logo peter. love the design of the house. now if we only had someone wort...more
    - [Ande]
  • there is now a .pdf file of Lansing Voters Matter's bifold brochure (also design...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • Every one of the precincts LVM organized in registered at least a 3% voter turno...more
    - [stargrazer]

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A question of postmodernism

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I ran across an essay on Post-Modernism by Australian author Mark Davis today.

"What to do about Postmodernism? Hardly anyone likes it. Historians worry about the loss of historical memory. Moralists complain about the breakdown of civilisation...

...The Arts, as you knew them, no longer seem to be taught. Or are taught in ways that seem counter-intuitive."

For as much as people talk about the term "Post-Modernism" - this article is a simply way of explaining it.

[read the full article]


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  • postmodernism bugs me. i concede that it is a valuable way of thinking, but mos...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • that's so postmodern of you not to like postmodernism, peter. reject the western...more
    - [ben]
  • George Marsden writes, "With the postmodern denial that we can have any acc...more
    - [OtherPlace]
  • If you need to surface (just briefly) from postmodern critical theory, "The...more
    - [OtherPlace]
  • Roxanne Frith, whose fine art photography includes portraits of cadavers, gave m...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • Hey, Anne Marie. Thanks so much for the link to the Postmodernism Generator. T...more
    - [name not provided]
  • funny louis- i've been spending all my "reading time" with poynor's bo...more
    - [ben]
  • Really? Very cool. Have you been following the debate in Emigre then? There a...more
    - [name not provided]
  • i haven't read the articles in emigre 66 yet (67 doesn't continue the debate, do...more
    - [ben]
  • ...and using a book called "No More Rules" as a bible of postmodern de...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • what state does it exist in? there are more than just two perspectives to any su...more
    - [ben]
  • Ben, it's funny to read both of your above posts as the first asks me what veins...more
    - [name not provided]
  • by saying "viens" i meant sources, not necessarily what movements/scho...more
    - [ben]
  • I don't know.. Though I definitely mis-understood the question (I had to re-rea...more
    - [name not provided]
  • your comment about understanding the printing process reminded me of something i...more
    - [ben]
  • Now that's pretty cool..
    - [name not provided]
  • There seems to be a tug of war between design as a vocation and design as a mode...more
    - [stargrazer]
  • (A belated "your welcome" to Louis. I'm glad that you liked the post-m...more
    - [OtherPlace]
  • my (biggest) gripe with postmodernism is the tenet that there is "no"...more
    - [stargrazer]

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color in motion

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if you thought color theory was a blast before, hold on to your crayons... top props for claudia cortés' color in motion. it is a stellar interactive site that makes learning, teaching, and experiencing color theory possibly as fun as it ever could be. it's clean and impeccably well crafted design is a pure delight for all who enjoy color, it's symbolism, and it's universal and cultural communicative powers.  created as cortés' MFA design thesis at Rochester Institute of Technology; it has won numerous web design and teaching awards and recently won ID magazine's best of category (the highest award) for it's annual student design review. jospeh albers would definitely dig it.




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  • Great site ben. This is very cool. Yellow and Blue are friends.
    - [nick]

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