Why wouldn’t you clad your precious iPhone in this Midnight Green Suede case??

I’ll be honest, I don’t like cases but they’re an absolute necessity. I take really good care of my phone, but even I’m not a stranger to an accidental drop only to find that my new phone has a slight scratch or dent in it. It’s annoying to cover your beautiful phone in an ugly case, but it’s heartbreaking to actually damage your phone because you’re a “no case” kind of person… so here’s a best-of-both-worlds sort of case. Made from premium suede, this iPhone 11 Pro case gives your phone protect...
Tags: Apple, Design, Cellphones, Product Design, Suede, Iphone 11 Pro, Midnight Green

Betye Saar at MoMA: Prelude to a Revolutionary Breakthrough

A new exhibition concentrates on the artist’s early years, tracking the experiments in printmaking and assemblage that led to her pivotal work “Black Girl’s Window.”
Tags: Art, News, Museums, Museum of Modern Art, Astrology, Blacks, Moma, Betye Saar, Saar, Occult Sciences, Betye

Braving MoMA: What to Know Before You Enter

The museum is bigger and more demanding, but there’s more fun, and a sense of serendipity.
Tags: Art, Photography, News, Architecture, Museums, Bourgeois, Sculpture, Faith, Warhol, Museum of Modern Art, Textiles, Van Gogh, Vincent, Andy, Picasso, Robert


David Byrne's American Utopia will celebrate opening night this Sunday, October 20 at the intimate Hudson Theatre on Broadway. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, David Byrne, Byrne, Hudson Theatre, BWW News Desk, American Utopia

Design Job: Leave The Real World Behind as a Spatial User Experience Designer for AfterNow in Los Angeles

Skilled in interaction and visual design, customer and user experience design with specialized skills and talent for NUI (Natural User Interfaces) such as gestural controls, wearables, augmented and virtual reality environments, interactive experiences, and app design. You will be part of a small team rapidly designing and prototyping new features and ideas for current and next-generation products. Working from our Los Angeles office, you'll work closely with our product strategy, design, and en...
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Why Astronauts Have Unisex Spacesuits (and Why Unisex Body Armor Doesn't Work)

As we learned here, when female soldiers in the U.S. military are given body armor designed for men, their job is made more dangerous; the ill-fitting armor has been shown to encumber women's range of movement, which affected everything from their aim with a firearm to their ability to quickly get in and out of a vehicle. Even worse, the bad fit creates gaps that an enemy can grab onto during hand-to-hand combat.Sheathing the relatively barrel-like shape of the average male torso is a relatively...
Tags: Design, Tech, Nasa, International Space Station, House Of Representatives, Orion, The New York Times, Johnson Space Center, EMU, Anne McClain, McClain, Christina Koch, Jim Bridenstine, Nick Hague, Stephanie Schierholz, Schierholz

FREITAG Launches Online Platform That Lets You Swap Their Upcycled Bags with Other Customers for Free

When it comes to companies stepping up to challenge wasteful manufacturing models, the Swiss recycled tarp bag company FREITAG has stood at the forefront of this trend for years since launching their sustainably-minded brand all the way back in 1993.Photos by Fabian HugoTaking their mission to an even more extreme—or, dare we say, anti-capitalist—degree over the past week, the company has launched a bold new idea in an age where many companies are fixated on mass manufacturing, growth and profit...
Tags: Design, Bags, Freitag, Social Impact, Sustainable Design, Fashion Design

Incredible Eames Lounge Chair Rebuilt With Recycled Skateboards

Whether wittingly or unwittingly, Canadian fabricator and skateboarder Andrew Szeto purchased a faux Eames Lounge Chair. The only good thing about owning a lousy knock-off is that you have no psychological problem ripping it apart, which is exactly what he did. Szeto then refabricated ­­the back--by recycling old skateboard decks.After cutting the decks (so many decks) into strips, he then began laminating them together.I was wondering how he could possibly bend these pieces, which are laminated...
Tags: Design, Furniture Design, Andrew Szeto, Herman Miller, Szeto, Eames Lounge Chair

Review Roundup: LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS Starring Groff, Borle & Blanchard - See What The Critics Are Saying

LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS, starringJonathan Groff,Tammy BlanchardandChristian Borle, opens tonight atTheWestside Theatre. See what the critics are saying [Author: Review Roundups]
Tags: Theatre, Blanchard, Review Roundups, Groff Borle, Groff Tammy BlanchardandChristian Borle

Currently Crowdfunding: Own a Piece of the Blackest Black Possible, Make Vinyl Record Mixtapes, and More

Brought to you by MAKO Design + Invent, North America's leading design firm for taking your product idea from a sketch on a napkin to store shelves. Download Mako's Invention Guide for free here. Navigating the world of crowdfunding can be overwhelming, to put it lightly. Which projects are worth backing? Where's the filter to weed out the hundreds of useless smart devices? To make the process less frustrating, we scour the various online crowdfunding platforms to put together a weekly roundup o...
Tags: Design, Crowdfunding, Singularity, Anish Kapoor, Vantablack, MAKO Design Invent North America

How Astronauts Get Their Spacesuits On (and Other Fun Facts)

While researching the story of NASA's new spacesuit prototypes, I could not confirm the one-size-fits-all claim made by news outlets. But I did learn the following fun facts while I was looking:- According to NASA: During spacewalks, which can last for many hours, astronauts all wear "a diaper-like garment…that is a combination of commercial products stitched together for maximum absorption." Astronauts "generally prefer not to use it."- Amy Ross, NASA's lead spacesuit engineer, describes her jo...
Tags: Design, Tech, Nasa, Orion, Npr, Mars, Iss, Anne McClain, Amy Ross

Most Modest Niko - FS (freestanding!) - The...

Most Modest Niko - FS (freestanding!) - The powder coated steel construction supports their white ash with knitted cable Niko power strip. (Want more? See and [Author: submitted]
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World Premieres & Designer-Approved Popcorn: NY Architectural & Design Film Festival Kicks Off Wed, Oct 16

My first time attending an Architecture & Design Film Festival program was in 2016. I saw graphic designer Stefan Sagmeister's documentary The Happy Film, a tonally existential autobiography about Sagmeister's pursuit for that elusive, tease-of-an-emotion. Following the screening, the audience had the privilege of sitting in on a discussion between (now-disgraced) radio journalist John Hockenberry and the filmmakers, the famous designer included. It was an intimate setting, and a rare opportunit...
Tags: New York, Design, Film, New York City, Events, Chelsea, Chile, Cinepolis, North America, Design Festivals, Janice, Laszlo Moholy Nagy, Debbie Millman, Paul Goldberger, John Hockenberry, Leilani Farha


While taking a break from the carbon pencil lessons, I'm also following along with the free Strathmore online course on gouache.  I had to buy a set of gouache to use (really!) because I didn't have the colors she uses.  This was a really cheap set I got from Amazon - but the reviews were good so I'm hoping they are good quality (I didn't want to pay $8 a tube for a new set).   I haven't opened them yet but will in the next lesson - which will be painting an eye! Not finished wit...
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Review Roundup: THE SOUND INSIDE Opens On Broadway - See What The Critics Are Saying!

The acclaimed psychological drama, The Sound Inside, starring Mary Louise Parker and newcomer Will Hochman opens tonight on Broadway See what the critics are saying [Author: Review Roundups]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Mary Louise Parker, Review Roundups, Will Hochman

Los Angeles Ballet seeks Controller

Los Angeles Ballet is seeking an individual with a minimum of 5 years of experience as a controller, preferably for nonprofit arts institutions. POSITION DESCRIPTION LOS ANGELES BALLET Controller Los Angeles Ballet is seeking an individual with a minimum of 5 years of experience as a controller, preferably for nonprofit arts institutions. ABOUT LOS ANGELES BALLET Founded in 2004 by Founding Co-Artistic Directors Thordal Christensen and Colleen Neary, and Executive Director Julie Whittak...
Tags: Art, Hollywood, Board of Directors, Jobs, Los Angeles, Lab, Southern California, Center, Christensen, Los Angeles County, Guild, Colleen, LA County, Balanchine, QuickBooks, Royce Hall

Los Angeles Ballet seeks Administrative Director

Los Angeles Ballet is seeking an experienced, energetic arts administrator with demonstrable leadership qualities. POSITION DESCRIPTION LOS ANGELES BALLET Administrative Director Los Angeles Ballet is seeking an experienced and energetic arts administrator. ABOUT LOS ANGELES BALLET Founded in 2004 by Founding Co-Artistic Directors Thordal Christensen and Colleen Neary, and Executive Director Julie Whittaker, Los Angeles Ballet (LAB) is known for its superb stagings of the Balanchine ...
Tags: Art, Hollywood, Board of Directors, Jobs, Los Angeles, Southern California, Board, Center, Christensen, Los Angeles County, Guild, Colleen, LA County, Balanchine, Royce Hall, Los Angeles Ballet

The Original 1956 NBC TV Footage of Charles & Ray Eames Debuting Their Iconic Lounge Chair

This is so cool! In the 1950s NBC had the Today show and The Tonight Show, as they do today. But they also had a show in between them called Home, hosted by Editor-in-Chief Arlene Francis. Focusing on domestic topics, Home featured a certain Eames couple in 1956.During the segment, Charles and Ray Eames discussed their work, their work relationship, the design field, materials, their house composed of "standard factory units," and capped it off by debuting this newfangled thing they'd come up wi...
Tags: Design, Nbc, Charles, Furniture Design, Eames, Ray Eames, NBC TV Footage of Charles amp, Arlene Francis Focusing

RaDoTech lets you perform a full body scan to see how healthy you are on the inside

Yes, your smartwatch can read your heart rate, but does it know your stress levels? Does it know how your lungs are performing? Or whether your liver is okay? Or how about your pancreas, bladder, or even stomach. Designed to help you get a more holistic view on your body, vitals, and internal organs, RaDoTech is a simple hand-held device that can, in a span of 5 minutes, help you perform a full body scan to see how healthy you are on the inside. Bring it in contact with certain acupressure poi...
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James Wood: Harold Bloom’s “Anxiety Of Influence”

“You mistook him for no one else: the late, popular style was a faded fan, but it was still recognizably Bloom’s old peacockery. The leaping links, hieratic cross-referencing, and amusingly camp self-involvement—the sense you got that everything made sense inside Bloom’s head, that everyone connected with everyone else within the huge Oedipal family he had made of literature—had been there from the beginning, somewhat masked by the scholarly density and relative propriety of his early wo...
Tags: Art, People, James Wood, Bloom, Harold Bloom, 10.16.19

MOULIN ROUGE To Head To The West End in 2021

The blockbuster Broadway hit, Moulin Rouge, will be heading to the West End in 2021 [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, West End, Moulin Rouge, BWW News Desk

Idina Menzel, Bebe Rexha Headline BEYOND Benefit Concert

Variety reports that Idina Menzel and Bebe Rexha co-headlined the third annual 'Beyond' Benefit concert, organized by Justin Tranter. The event was Wednesday, October 16. [Author: TV News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Idina Menzel, Justin Tranter, Bebe Rexha, TV News Desk, Idina Menzel Bebe Rexha

MoMA’s Art Treasure, No Longer Buried

The riches of the collection extend to its inaugural exhibitions. Give the curators an A+ for effort — and wait. This is just the beginning.
Tags: Art, News, Museums, Sculpture, Museum of Modern Art, Jackson, Joan, Jonas, Miller, Moma, Amy, Helio, Jennifer, Guillermo, Bearden, Pape

Auditions, Internships, Full-time Theatrical Positions, More in this Week's BroadwayWorld Classifieds, 10/17

This Week's New Classified Listings on BroadwayWorld for 10172019 include new jobs for those looking to work in the theatre industry. [Author: BWW News Desk]
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AO On-Site – Paris: FIAC Art Fair at The Grand Palais, October 17th . -20th, 2019

Yayoi Kusama at Victoria Miro, via Andrea Nguyen for Art Observed Spread out along the spacious aisles and picturesque dome of the Grand Palais in Paris, the Foire internationale d’art contemporain, also known as FIAC, has returned once again for another year of sales and exhibitions in the French capital. With Wednesday evening slowly dragging […]
Tags: Art, Show, Paris, Art News, Featured Post, Yayoi Kusama, Andrea Nguyen, Grand Palais, Victoria Miro, FIAC

Serino Coyne Announces Matt Upshaw as Chief Executive Officer; Angelo Desimini Departs for Disney

Serino Coyne, one of Broadway and entertainment'sleading advertising and marketing agency, today announced that Matt Upshaw, currently a managing director at the agency, has been named Chief Executive Officer. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Disney, Broadway, BWW News Desk, Serino Coyne, Matt Upshaw, Angelo Desimini

Why Are Instagram Experiences Referred To As “Museums”

These immersive experiences are branded as exhibits, but that might be where the link to traditional museums ends. The companies are, after all, for-profit businesses that sell experiences that have been expressly created for social media postability. – CityLab
Tags: Art, Visual, 10.16.19

The 'West of Broadway' Podcast Chats with Tony Nominee Adam Pascal about 5-Star Theatricals' THE MUSIC MAN

On this episode of West of Broadway, Lara and Will get to talk to the amazing Adam Pascal who is currently appearing as Harold Hill in the beloved classic The Music Man. Best known for his leading role in the Broadway hit RENT, Adam Pascal will star in 5-Star Theatricals' upcoming production of The Music Man, which runs October 18-27 at the Kavli Theatre in Thousand Oaks, California. [Author: West of Broadway]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Harold Hill, Thousand Oaks California, Adam Pascal, West of Broadway, Kavli Theatre, Star Theatricals, Broadway Podcast Chats, Tony Nominee Adam Pascal, Broadway Lara

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