Art

Claude Mellan’s copper engraving “Face of Christ” (1649) consists of a single line starting at the tip of the nose and spiraling out with varying thickness to create the image. The copper plate is approximately 17″ x 12.5″. From ArtGallery.nsw: Starting with the tip of his…

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Kate Kato repurposed the popular Observer’s Book series to include lovely paper sculptures of each book’s subject. Above is The Observer’s Book of Fungi. Below: The Observer’s Book of British Wild Flowers. Kate’s work is currently on display at Thompson’s Galleries in Aldeburgh: Born and raised in Bristol, Kate completed…

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Hanson appearing to sing underwater in the “Weird” video is one thing, but actually playing music underwater?  AquaSonic is the world’s first underwater band, an ambitious project from five Danish musicians who perform submerged in aquariums. Hailing from Denmark, avant-garde ensemble Between Music spent years experimenting with underwater music, developing…

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Ciara Burkett is making wonderful voxel computers and such; bookmark their Ello page for more. [via Jay Allen] Above, an Apple ⫻. Here’s a Compaq portable:

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Tom Morello, of Rage Against the Machine, performs on stage with Prophets of Rage in November.Image: WireImage/Getty Images By Mark Kaufman2017-12-07 19:47:21 UTC Net neutrality’s day of reckoning is fast approaching, and musicians of all persuasions – pop, rock, rap – are making noise about Federal Communication Commission Chairman Ajit…

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Minimalist and modern-sounding, Man Ray is the sort of name that seems as if it should be outlined in buzzing neon. Born Emmanuel Radnitzky in Philadelphia on August 27, 1890, the photographer and visual artist shortened his nickname, “Manny,” to Man, and after 1912 went by a less Jewish-sounding version…

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