Archive: May 2015

  1. Thursday Salute to Originals: Photoshop Turns Deadly

    We all know that gut wrenching feeling. You’re sitting at your office desk, chugging your twelfth cup of coffee for the day, getting ready to export a batch of edited images when all of the sudden, the unimaginable happens… Photoshop crashes. You just lost hours of work spent toiling over perfectly blending the clone stamp […]

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  2. Impactful Entry Space: Roberto Cantoral Cultural Center

    In this Impactful Entry Space blog series, we will feature a designer or artist that has created an attention-grabbing design for the main lobby space of a building. Drawing inspiration from completed entry spaces around the world, we travel beyond the image by diving into the design process and concepts behind it. Today, we feature […]

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  3. Thursday Salute to Originals: Patterns – More Than Just Wallpaper

    Peter S. Stevens, an author who published “Patterns in Nature,” describes how there are finite ways that patterns can be structured. They can be described as repeating shapes or forms and are often thought of as the organizational skeleton of parts of a composition. Each pattern has an underlying mathematical substructure no matter where it […]

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  4. Thursday Salute to Originals: Vandalism Takes Flight

    Street artist Katsu has experimented with automating his graffiti process for a few years. Previously relegated to floating drones in front of canvases to paint within a controlled studio setting, his work has been displayed at NYC galleries in the traditional manner. Katsu recently shook things up by taking this act outside, catching the attention […]

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  5. Impactful Entry Space: 158 Cecil Street

    In this Impactful Entry Space blog series, we will feature a designer or artist that has created an attention-grabbing design for the main lobby space of a building. Drawing inspiration from completed entry spaces around the world, we travel beyond the image by diving into the design process and concepts behind it. Today, we feature our interview […]

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  6. Thursday Salute to Originals: A Common Thread

    When an artwork is both futuristic and ancient, it certainly captures our attention. Perhaps it draws on our own affinity for onyx, formed over millions of years, paired with cutting edge LEDs? To others, it may be the universal concept of time and man’s relationship to it. Whatever the personal appeal to antiquity vs. modernity, […]

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