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Bon Voyage: a Heart-wrenching Animation by Fabio Friedli

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Migration is a phenomenon that has existed for millennia. Humans, as well as animals, are forced to migrate to escape difficult situations. To leave everything behind is not an easy choice or even a choice for most. Immigrants flee wars, inhumane conditions, lack of opportunity, forced labor camps, hunger, discrimination, and otherContinue Reading

November 18, 2017
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HEAR ME HERE For AMPL!FY at the Museum of Arts and Design

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This evening, I’m part of a panel discussion for Adobe at the Museum of Arts and Design in New York City. I’m presenting my poster HEAR ME HERE alongside some of the artists and designers who also participated in AMPL!FY. AMPL!FY was created and produced by Janeil Engelstad / Make ArtContinue Reading

November 10, 2017
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The Political Paintings of Abdalla Al Omari

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In the day of high political tensions its important that we are aware of what’s going on around us. A big issue revolving around our country is immigration and refugees: People who escaped and abandoned their beloved country to give their family a better future and most importantly hope. Unfortunately,Continue Reading

November 6, 2017
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Design Inspiration: Illustrator Jenni Sparks’ Maps

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London-based Illustrator Jenni Sparks’ maps are full of life. From the moment your eyes land on her work, you feel as if you are a taking a glimpse inside a familiar neighborhood. She cares about the unique differences and quirks of places, particularly in Britain. In Sparks’ maps are fullContinue Reading

October 29, 2017
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GE’s Drone Week on Viceland

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Recently, drones have become increasingly popular and is being used in different mediums beyond of artistic photography or film. General Electric (GE), an American multinational conglomerate corporation, posted sequential documents of how GE applied this latest technology into their business on North American digital media channel Viceland. It was broadcasted in threeContinue Reading

October 25, 2017
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The Obamas Choose Kehinde Wiley and Amy Sherald to Paint Official Portraits

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Even though he is out of the White House, former President and First Lady Barack and Michelle Obama are continuing their legacy as devoted agents of change and advocates for diversity through their selection of official portrait artists. Normally, there are two official portraits of both the President and the FirstContinue Reading

October 20, 2017
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Urban Basketball Court Decorated with Mural

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Belgian mural artist Katrien Vanderlinden transformed a basketball court into geometric eye-catching work of art. She teamed up with the Youth Department of the Council of Aalst and tackled to reinvent an existing urban element located between a grammar school and relief center for minor refugees. The artist described the projectContinue Reading

October 15, 2017
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300 Displays of Art and Activism in New York by Artist Ai Weiwei

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I walk through Washington Square Park every Wednesday on my way to Alfalfa. The beautiful architecture and oasis of green in the middle of the city never fails to amaze me. But today, I was greeted by a strange metal grate in the arch with a hole in the middle.Continue Reading

October 12, 2017
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Design Inspiration: Valerio Pellegrini’s Infographic for WIRED UK

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In my opinion, WIRED magazine has one of the most striking collections of accessible editorial design on news stands. In each issue, the overall design is impeccably consistent, original, and subtly rebellious with its vibrant color schemes and energetic graphics. Today’s design inspiration is Valerio Pellegrini’s design for WIRED UK. Pellegrini’sContinue Reading

October 8, 2017
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Double Exposure: Art and The Rohingya

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After reading about the atrocities happening to the Rohingya in Myanmar, I wondered if any artists had created works in response to the crisis. Most of the sources I found were articles, and aside from photojournalism, I didn’t see a lot of art. Then I stumbled upon the works of Mike Tan.Continue Reading

September 28, 2017
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Diversify Photo Created by Brent Lewis and Andrea Wise

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While diversity is starting to be more common in the creative industry, there is still a lot of work to do. Just do a quick Google search of the top creative agencies, studios, and firms and look at the photos of the teams. Even easier, go look at the institutionsContinue Reading

September 27, 2017
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French Artist JR Showcases Provoking Artwork

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French artist JR, known for his stunning installations in Rio De Janeiro and large-scale paintings in New York, created his latest thought-provoking artwork in Tecate, Mexico. This art piece lies between the United States and Mexico border town, depicting a young Mexican boy named Kikito. As you may know, this pieceContinue Reading

September 9, 2017
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Top 5 MFA Theses from MICA’s 2017 Graduating Class

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Every year a new batch of students graduate with a thesis, created through sheer blood, sweat, and tears. These were some of my favorite projects from MICA’s 2017 graduating class: 1. City Flora By Miles Holenstein I loved City Flora because visually, it was cohesive, clean, and beautiful. Conceptually, itContinue Reading

August 29, 2017
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MODA is Looking Forward not Backward with Luba Lukova: Designing Justice

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Founded in 1989 as the Atlanta International Museum of Art & Design, in 2011, MODA relocated to Midtown Arts District. MODA is unique because “it is the only museum in the Southeast dedicated exclusively to the study and celebration of all things design.” (source) But that’s not the only aspectContinue Reading

August 23, 2017
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The Creative Views of Brain Injury Survivors

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One of the most powerful tools in life is art. Don’t just see it as a hobby, but also see it as a way to enrich, express, and heal our lives. Art, for many, works as a therapeutic way that allows us to release all our emotions. It has helpedContinue Reading

August 21, 2017
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Banksy’s Art-Filled Hotel on Israel

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If you are still looking for a destination for your summer vacation, how about Israel? British guerrilla artist Banksy, who is known for his politically charged works, opened art-filled Walled Off Hotel in Bethlehem, five meters from the wall that separates Israel from the Palestinian West Bank, a few monthsContinue Reading

August 7, 2017
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