People Love Projection Art—But Who’s Buying It?
Alys Beach (pronounced “Alice”) is the last place you’d expect to find graffiti, but for one weekend every summer the … Continue reading People Love Projection Art—But Who’s Buying It?
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Every medium has its canon. Graphic design, painting, and sculpture are all bolstered by great works that help set the … Continue reading We Owe Everything to the Weird Early Web
Frederick Hammersley is best known as an abstract painter. A “hard-edge” painter, more precisely. The Hard-edge painters of the ’60s … Continue reading How a Former U.S. Army Graphic Designer Found His Art Calling in Early Computer Graphics
OBEY. BUY. DO NOT QUESTION AUTHORITY. Black and white, block capital text—bleak reminders of the domineering capitalist doctrine that lurks … Continue reading Designing a Visual and Cultural Awakening, via John Carpenter’s Anti-Capitalist Cult Classic
A sign of a great elocutionist is when you can hear their words echoing in your head, even if you’re … Continue reading Martin Luther King’s Powerful Speeches, Captured In a Typeface