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From Paper to Screen – The Evolution of Typography

From Paper to Screen – The Evolution of Typography

Posted November 25th, 2013

Animation, Books, Design, Typography, Videos

Animation which shows typography evolution from paper to screen. The animation is divided in two parts. The first deals with the basic rules of typesetting. The second, is about the evolution of typography in cinema used mainly for Opening and Closing title. By Thibault de… Read More

South Africa

Museum of African Design (MOAD) opens in Johannesburg

Museum of African Design (MOAD) opens in Johannesburg

Posted October 28th, 2013

Contemporary Art, Design, Museums, South Africa

(AFP) A museum of African design opened in a renovated Johannesburg warehouse Thursday, promising to showcase work by the continent’s finest contemporary artists. Around 200 works by 100 artists fill the space in the city’s old industrial area Maboneng. Most are from southern Africa, but… Read More

Videos

Type:Rider – History of typography as game and installation

Type:Rider – History of typography as game and installation

Posted October 14th, 2013

Apps, Design, Featured, Games, Installations, Typography, Videos

« Throughout the history of letters it is, ultimately, the history of Humanity that is being told » Jérome Peignot Type: Rider narrates the history of typography in an adventure and puzzle game. Download the entire game on the AppStore and Google Play! Type: Rider… Read More

Videos

“Box” by Bot & Dolly

“Box” by Bot & Dolly

Posted September 26th, 2013

Contemporary Art, Design, Technology, Videoprojection, Videos

“Box” explores the synthesis of real and digital space through projection-mapping on moving surfaces. The short film documents a live performance, captured entirely in camera. Design and engineering studio Bot & Dolly produced this work to serve as both an artistic statement and technical demonstration…. Read More

Education

Interaction of Color – App based on Josef Albers classic book

Interaction of Color – App based on Josef Albers classic book

Posted July 25th, 2013

Apps, Books, Design, Education

Fifty years after first publishing Josef Albers’s Interaction of Color—a classic that is now widely revered as one of the most influential art books ever written—Yale University Press announced the launch of the Interaction of Color app available exclusively for iPad. This app faithfully honors… Read More

Videos

MOCAtv presents “The Art of Punk”

MOCAtv presents “The Art of Punk”

Posted July 17th, 2013

Design, Documentaries, Music, Subculture, Videos

Filmmakers Bryan Ray Turcotte and Bo Bushnell take a unique approach to exploring the rich histories of three seminal punk legends by focusing on the influential imagery and seeking out stories that have not been told yet through the artwork, which is integral to the… Read More

Videos

MOCAtv presents "The Art of Punk"

MOCAtv presents "The Art of Punk"

Posted July 17th, 2013

Design, Documentaries, Music, Subculture, Videos

Filmmakers Bryan Ray Turcotte and Bo Bushnell take a unique approach to exploring the rich histories of three seminal punk legends by focusing on the influential imagery and seeking out stories that have not been told yet through the artwork, which is integral to the… Read More

Videos

ARC OF LIGHT: A Portrait of Anna Campbell Bliss

ARC OF LIGHT: A Portrait of Anna Campbell Bliss

Posted July 16th, 2013

Architecture, Bauhaus, Design, Documentaries, Videos

Throughout her career as an artist, architect and designer Anna Campbell Bliss has been an exponent of Modernism, devoting her life to the creation of artwork that explores the fascinating intersections of art, science, mathematics and technology. Her work ranges from architectural assignments to painterly… Read More

Videos

Quiet Motion Installation by “The Bouroullecs”

Quiet Motion Installation by “The Bouroullecs”

Posted July 12th, 2013

Contemporary Art, Design, France, Installations, Videos

Quiet Motion by Ronan and Erwan Bouroullec is an installation made of four round platforms that rotate slowly and silently, reminiscent of a carousel. It has been designed as an allegorical interpretation of movement and contemplation. The installation was first presented during the furniture fair… Read More