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September 10, 2006

11 More – All About Art

A few bits and pieces from around the web, focussed this week on Art, jacksonpollock.org (via Gapingvoid) – used to create the image above (see discussion about this software here and here El Bulli gallery on flickr – some decent pics from a very lucky gourmand’s visit to the hottest (and most visually stunning) resturant […]

A few bits and pieces from around the web, focussed this week on Art,

jacksonpollock.org (via Gapingvoid) – used to create the image above (see discussion about this software here and here

El Bulli gallery on flickr – some decent pics from a very lucky gourmand’s visit to the hottest (and most visually stunning) resturant in the world

Ze Frank on TEDtalks – design, art and web-based social interaction, oh and it is quite funnty as well

Context Free Art – I’m pretty sure you need to be a lot smarter than me to make this work, but it is fun trying

A survivor’s artwork, but whose to claim? – status of paintings by a Holocaust survivor who was commisioned by Megele to create images of prisoners

Changing the Order of the Results – simple Mac spotlight tip and something I’ve wanted to do for a while

Typography Tour of New York – seeing the art in the everyday; I love it!

Make Affluence History, Sponsor A Child (via Consequenty) – a bit naff (OK very naff), but it makes an almost interesting point

How to have better conversations – somewhat obvious, but actually got me thinking

You’re on Notice (via RobbyMac and Bob Hyatt) – to see my on-notice board, click here

Supernatural Presents … Digital Art A New Renaissance – very interesting series of talks at the Tate Modern (first thing that has really made me miss London since I moved to Hong Kong)

Responses
John Smulo 16 years ago

Thanks for the links.

The Stephen Colbert You’re On Notice signs are great. I’m glad you put Blogfasters on notice. Someone had to do it.

Fernando Gros 16 years ago

It won’t win me any popularlity contests, but it seemed in the spirit of Colbert’s humour.

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