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    How to Be Brilliant Every Day

    It’s stressful out there for creatives – increasingly, it has become commonplace for an employer to expect the trifecta of experience, talent and utter brilliance from designers and artists – not to mention a healthy respect for deadlines. That’s a lot of pressure! Some days are just plain harder than others to do the work. For most creatives out there, ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +13
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    Interview with Gina Triplett

    Interview with Gina Triplett
    Hello friends! I recently had the pleasure of interviewing Gina Triplett… and wow, I am so inspired by her work and her answers. She’s done work for some heavy-hitting clients like Target and Converse, but she’s so down to earth… and downright cool. I think you’ll be wowed by her too. Thanks again for the interview, Gina! Biography: Gina Triplett is ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Virtual Tour of Virtual Identities, Real Space

    !http://artbistro.monster.com/nfs/artbistro/photos/0152/4572/segojuriedshow_crop380w.jpg! Virtual Identities, Real Space is a show that ArtBistro and The Sego Art Center co-sponsored. It opened on November 7th to a very enthusiastic crowd. The show was curated by Jason Metcalf, co-director of the Sego Art Center. Some of the international artists were able to make it to the show opening. Here is a slide show of the work ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +5
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    The Big Collection of Apothecary Inspiration

    Lately I’ve been so inspired by the apothecary style design work out there. I’ve collected some links and package examples to share some of my inspiration with you. I hope you find them equally enjoyable! [page] I found these free 'Do It Yourself' printable labels from Eat.Drink.Chic. The images below are just a taste of what you’ll find! [page] Brock Ray ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +6
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    Interview with Photographer Matthew Day

    Interview with Photographer Matthew Day
    Matthew Day is a documentary photographer with a passion for the photo essay and was first published by a major newspaper in 1996 when The Chicago Tribune published his images of Spanish Civil War Veterans. Mr. Day's experience using photography to convey a message and educate includes training with photojournalists from The National Geographic and work on several national advertising campaigns ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +20
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    Art: The Decade in Review

    Jeff Koons, © Patrick McMullan Company Say what you will, purists: the story of the aughts was the art market. When it wasn't all we could talk about, we were talking about why it was all we could talk about. After the Russian and Asian markets took a dive in the late '90s and tech stocks plummeted, and in the wake ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +3
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    Design Power for the People

    Fluid-filled flexible membranes enable these glasses to cheaply and efficiently correct vision for up to 90 percent of cases. Developed by British Physicist Joshua Silver, the glasses have been tested in Ghana and should be widely distributed under the Millennium Villages Project. Courtesy Project H Design [widget:school_finder_intro] [widget:2677] Emily Pilloton gets sick of emailing, though that hasn’t stopped the design-focused nonprofit ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +3
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    2009 in Pictures

    January Airplane Lands in Hudson A US Airways pilot ditched his disabled jetliner into the frigid Hudson River after a collision with a flock of birds apparently knocked out both engines. Rescuers pulled all 155 people on board into boats as the plane sank. (AP Photo) Next Photo [page] Barack Obama Inaugurated President of the United States History is made as ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +5
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    The Craziest Art Heists of 2010

    It’s not easy to steal great works of art that are usually heavily guarded, but thieves in 2010 made it look easy. Over $750 million in art thefts happened this year around the world, an impressive number by any means. Why did so much art get stolen this year? The most common reason for the heists seemed to be a serious ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Peter Zumthor, the Mythical Architect Speaks

    Peter Zumthor, the Mythical Architect Speaks
    New York, NY—Prior to the deluge of articles on Peter Zumthor that appeared after he won the Pritzker Prize in April 2009, relatively little had been published on the 66-year-old Swiss architect’s work outside the architecture trade press. Certainly within higher professional circles, his projects achieved almost mythic status; his best-known work, the Thermal Baths at Vals (1996), has become an ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rate This
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    June 2010 ArtBistro Gallery

    Amanda Nelson, AnimatorTru Luv Next Winner [page] James Strehle, IllustratorArk Next Winner [page] Patrick O'Reilly,Val4cr Next Winner [page] Jeremy McHugh, Hornito Next Winner [page] Angie Jenner, Aquafrost Next Winner [page] Scott Padbury Defying Gravity Next Winner [page] Somewhere Is HereToroid Lattice Next Winner [page] Bryan Crump Next Winner [page] Eraline Run, run, run Next Winner [page] Sandee J SmithVisions of Pan ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +6
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    ArtBistro's Top 10 Videos

    See some of the most creative minds at work on ArtBistro! 10. Music Flipbook - Flipbook Contest Award Winner Everybody loves a flipbook. We can relive our childhood memories and remember how drawing can be magical. This video was a favorite of Jon Shult's and quickly became a favorite of many ArtBistro users. It was awarded 2nd place in the ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +14
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    Pulse Review and Slide Show

    Pulse My first visit of Armory week was the Pulse preview Thursday morning, an ideal time when eager energetic dealers swarmed. Within minutes artist Zoe Charlton at Conner Contemporary talked of themes of suburban anomie, providing an implicit glimpse of the “post-black” generation’s acceptance that an art with black faces does not need to speak primarily or even tangentially about identity. ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +4
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    Solo Show: Demented Doodles

    KCNY Demented Doodles Welcome to the newest feature on ArtBistro - the one-man (or woman, as the case may be) show. Every so often, we'll be picking work from the galleries that showcases the best of the best and creating a gallery exclusively for one album. Because October is in full swing, KCNY's Demented Doodles was the obvious choice — ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +11
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    Interview With Vince Frost

    Interview With Vince Frost
    “I’ve seen you somewhere before,” ventures Vince Frost as we wrap up our interview. Perhaps I look like someone. “You look like you,” he bounces back with a quizzical grin, somehow managing to sum up the last half-hour in four words. Because for the Brighton-born, Toronto-raised, Sydney-based design icon, it all boils down to identity. His 30-strong studio in sun-soaked Sydney ...
    Published over 10 years ago | Rated: +5
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    ArtBistro May 2010 Art Gallery Winners

    *Keturah, Film and Digital Art Student, I HOP ness* Click here to see more work This May, ArtBistro is focusing on the urban setting and the vibrant nature within it. Influenced by the recent pieces of artist Banksy in our very own San Francisco, we wanted to see if ArtBistro artists were doing something similar. The artists selected are adding their ...
    Published about 8 years ago | Rated: +6
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    Armory Review and Slideshow

    The Armory At the Armory, the hijinks were more of the verbal variety. Statements were everywhere: “Everyone is Broke” on a marble slab, “Capitalism is Dead” at a Russian gallery, and my favorite, “While Waiting for the Next Big Thing We Patiently Gaze in the Wrong Direction.” [photo:166321] At Emmanuel Perrotin, the duo “Kolkoz” made “paintings” out of cut pieces of ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +5
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    August 2010 ArtBistro Gallery

    This month's gallery features the photography ArtBistro users have compiled throughout their travels. Our users have been to Italy, Poland, France, Switzerland, India and Africa to name a few. Caution: these photos may entice you to purchase a plane ticket immediately! First Winner div.custom_widget {border:0px;} Related Reads: [widget:related_reads_portfolios_interviewscm] [page] Manish Arvind, Diwali Next Winner [page] Jola, Szpak, Poland Next Winner ...
    Published almost 8 years ago | Rated: +7
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    Did Miró Assassinate Painting?

    Did Miró Assassinate Painting?
    One of the most exciting shows that I have seen in a long time is Joan Miró: Painting and Anti-Painting 1927–1937. It is at the Modern Museum of Art until Monday, January 12th. The exhibition investigates Miró's claim that he wanted to “assassinate” painting. However, 'assassinate' he did not; rather he laid the ground work for Modernism. After seeing this show, ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +7
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    Venice Biennale: World Tour of the National Pavilions

    For a first-time visitor, the 53rd Venice Biennale is a thrill of traipsing through the city in search of art in churches and palazzos among the tourist throngs. This year there were 77 national pavilions, with some new inclusions from Asia and Africa, but because of the cost, there was still a glaring under-representation of anything in the Southern Hemisphere. ...
    Published over 8 years ago | Rated: +5

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