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This polaroid camera goes modern with an analog slider and a burst mode!

Have you ever used an instant camera? I must say they’re pretty fun, and using one is a totally unique experience on its own. However, they’re quite limited as they can only capture one single moment, not multiple ones. With the advanced instant cameras today, you can print out a single picture several times, but you can’t deny capturing multiple images in quick succession is much more satisfying. You might say we do have our smartphones and their cool burst mode for that, but come on, there’s s...
Tags: Design, Technology, Cameras, Product Design, Instant Camera, Cheolsu Park, Picslot


Review Roundup: WE'RE GONNA DIE Opens at Second Stage- Read the Reviews

WE'RE GONNA DIE officially openedtonight at Second Stage TheaterRead the reviews [Author: Review Roundups]
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Review Roundup: Lucas Hnath's DANA H. at Vineyard Theatre - Critics Weigh In

Vineyard Theatre presents Dana H., by Lucas Hnath, adapted from interviews with Dana Higginbotham conducted by Steve Cosson, and directed by Les Waters, began previews on February 11 with Deirdre O'Connell reprising the title role for the New York premiere direct from engagements at Center Theatre Group and The Goodman Theatre. [Author: Review Roundups]
Tags: New York, Theatre, Lucas Hnath, Review Roundups, Center Theatre Group, Deirdre O Connell, Steve Cosson, Dana H, Dana Higginbotham


How Stop Signs are Made: Inside the NYC Shop That Handmakes Street Signs

Who'd have thought that if you want a stable job in NYC, you should learn to make Stop signs? The red octagons are "our bestseller," John Jurgeleit, Executive Director of Operations for the Department of Transportation's in-house sign shop in Queens, told Insider. The Stop sign is the most frequently crashed-into, vandalized or stolen, and the shop has constant orders to produce replacements.The D.O.T. actually runs five sign-making shops (one in each borough), Insider visited the Queens branch ...
Tags: Design, Urbanism, Queens, Department Of Transportation, John Jurgeleit


Mycelium is Growing Everywhere

Growing Pavilion at last year's Dutch Design Week photo by Eric Melander This past November the growing popularity of the fungal building material called mycelium was made manifest by the Growing Pavilion at Dutch Design Week. A collaboration between designer Pascal Leboucq and the bio-fabrication company, Krown Design, the construction was a testament to the power of the industrious organism and other bio-materials. Within the pavilion resided an exhibition of evidence to the ways in which myce...
Tags: Europe, Design, Sustainability, Materials, Netherlands, Sustainable Design, Design Festivals, Mycelium, Dutch Design, Dezeen, Asia Australia Africa, Ecovative Design, Dutch Design Week, Eric Melander, Pascal Leboucq, Krown Design


BIRDS NEED A HOUSE

Birds need a house, right?  Still playing with the granulating colors Daniel Smith makes. [Author: RH Carpenter]
Tags: Art, Daniel Smith, Rh Carpenter


Yea or Nay? A Wristwatch That Conveys the Time Non-Visually and Silently

I'm generally down on new ideas for watches, which I often find too enamored of technology, but this here is a novel approach that I'm curious to get your take on.An object called Prompt, which its creators are branding an "anti-watch," is for those who need to be somewhat aware of the time, but are tired of glancing down at their watch every few minutes. It's also for people who interact with others a lot, yet need to maintain a schedule, and don't want to be rude or unintentionally give signal...
Tags: Design, Object Culture, Time Non


Here's the Information That Companies Share About You When You Lease or Finance a Car

My wife and I recently leased a vehicle for the first time. I spent a lot of time studying the paperwork in the dealership's finance office. I cynically assumed I'd get screwed somewhere, but I wanted to make sure I got screwed in a clever and devious way, not because I missed some obvious mistake.If you want the car, you've no choice but to sign their privacy agreement, so I did. Yesterday I found a hard copy in the mailbox, spelling out the specifics. This morning I read it over breakfast and ...
Tags: Design, Cars


Philippe Starck Designs Spherical, Screw-less Eyeglass Hinges Inspired by Human Collarbones

Motor Yacht A. Image by Dstnfrey - Own work, CC BY-SA 3.0 Whether you love or hate his stuff, the sheer range of Philippe Starck's career has got to be the envy of every industrial designer. He's worked on everything from $300 million superyachts to wind turbines, from furniture down to the infinitesimal screw-less, weld-less, spherical eyeglass hinges that are about to hit the market."The SPHERE hinge, which has no screws or welds, offers unique multidirectional freedom of movement, a natural e...
Tags: Design, Philippe Starck, Object Culture, Biolink, Madison Avenue, CC BY SA, Starck, LensCrafters, Alain Mikli


Reader Submitted: Beazley Designs of the Year

Zak Group has designed the exhibition graphics for Beazley Designs of the Year, the Design Museum's annual exhibition that presents the most inspiring and critical design from the past year. We used the exhibition design as a platform to present the work of six type designers whose typefaces were released in 2019. Each category was set in a different typeface, showcasing the full character set alongside the names of its designer and foundry. View the full project here
Tags: Design, Beazley, Reader Projects, Zak Group


Experience Neri Oxman's Futuristic Approach to Ecology at MoMA

A new show dedicated to Neri Oxman's pioneering material explorations opened this week at the Museum of Modern Art in New York. The MIT Media Lab professor and director of The Mediated Matter Group is known for coining the phrase "material ecology" to describe the way her work brings together materials science, digital fabrication, and organic design to produce techniques and objects informed by nature. The exhibition includes seven major projects created over the past 20 years in a mid-career r...
Tags: New York, Design, Exhibitions, Museum of Modern Art, Moma, MIT Media Lab, Museum of Modern Art New York, Neri Oxman, Oxman, Mediated Matter Group, Eric de Broche des Combes Luxigon


Radha Mistry's Job at Autodesk is to Explore and Provoke Possible Futures

For this year's Core77 Design Awards, we're conducting in-depth interviews with some of our 2020 jury captains to get in a glimpse into their creative minds and to hear more about what they'll be looking for in this year's awards submissions. You could say the general purpose of an organization's collective body is to ask the question, "what's next?" In other words, any one person's job at a company is to help contribute to moving it forward and make it a success. But not everyone can say they...
Tags: Japan, UK, Design, London, France, Germany, India, US, Italy, Ethiopia, New Orleans, Sci Fi, Silicon Valley, Autodesk, North America, Designer Profiles


Riveting Layered Paper Portraits by Shelley Castillo

Remarkable layered paper portraits by Shelley Castillo Garcia that I spotted on Instagram recently led me to thinking about Paul Overton, aka Dudecraft. While his site is long gone, I clearly... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: Ann Martin]
Tags: Design, Instagram, Ann Martin, Shelley Castillo, Shelley Castillo Garcia, Paul Overton


Amid Coronavirus Outbreak, Milan's Salone del Mobile is Postponed Until June

Milan's annual furniture fair Salone del Mobile will be postponed until June as Italy grapples with a coronavirus outbreak. The show's organizers announced the decision on Tuesday in response to growing concern about the spreading virus. Italy currently has the highest number of confirmed cases in Europe, with over 200 in Lombardy, the region where Milan is. Originally scheduled to take place from April 21 to 26, the fair will now be held from June 16 to 21. "Following an extraordinary meeting t...
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NEW: How to spot art scams and fraud

I have a new page about "How to spot art scams and fraud" on my Art Business Info for Artists website.  I can't think for the life of me think why I haven't created this before. After all,... [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]] [Author: Making A Mark]
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BWW TV: TO KILL A MOCKINGBIRD Prepares to Make History at Madison Square Garden

The Broadway production ofTo Kill a Mockingbird,Aaron Sorkin's new play, directed byBartlett Sher, and based on Harper Lee's classic novel, will become the first-ever Broadway play to perform at The World's Most Famous Arena, New York's Madison Square Garden, in front of approximately 18,000 New York City public school students. [Author: BroadwayWorld TV]
Tags: New York, New York City, Theatre, Broadway, Harper Lee, Madison Square Garden, Sorkin, Sher, BroadwayWorld TV


Review Roundup: Were London Critics Wowed By THE PRINCE OF EGYPT?

Brand-new musicalThe Prince of Egyptopenedtomorrow night 25 February at London's Dominion Theatre. Featuring a cast and orchestra of almost 60 artists, the show has music and lyrics by GRAMMY and Academy Award-winner Stephen Schwartz Wicked, Godspell and a book by Philip LaZebnik Mulan, Pocahontas. [Author: Review Roundups]
Tags: London, Theatre, Egypt, Philip, Stephen Schwartz, Review Roundups, Egyptopenedtomorrow


UI/UX Interface Concept for Harman Kardon Citation

UI/UX Interface Concept for Harman Kardon Citation AoiroStudioFeb 25, 2020 We are featuring the work from Cristian Lorca who shared an interesting concept on his Behance profile for Harman Kardon Citation. Bringing another level of touch with speakers from the Harman Kardon family. At first glance, you can't help to appreciate all the levels of the process shared in the documentation. It's concise and clear. You wouldn't think there is so much work to design ...
Tags: Design, Harman Kardon, Shenzhen China, UI UX Interface Concept for Harman Kardon Citation, Cristian Lorca, Harman Kardon Citation Bringing, Cristian Lorca Cristian, Architecture Lighting Product Design Interfaces


Video: CITY OF ANGELS Stars Theo James, Hadley Fraser and More Gear Up for Their West End Run

The West End will welcome a transfer of the hit Donmar Warehours production ofCity of Angels. Check out some video from inside rehearsals as the cast, including Theo James and Hadley Fraser, singsome of the show's classic songs [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Theo James, Hadley Fraser, BWW News Desk, Theo James Hadley Fraser


TodayTix Weekly Exclusive Deals - Week of 2/24

Whether you're looking for musicals, plays, comedy, dance, or really anything else, you'll find a show you want to see. Download the app or visit TodayTix.com to book tickets in 30 seconds or less. Check this guide each week to discover the deals you can unlock only on TodayTix. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, BWW News Desk, TodayTix Weekly Exclusive Deals Week


Designer Profile: William Sawaya

Eschewing the notion that art is in the eye of the beholder, architect and designer William Sawaya considers the inherent artistry of anything—be it a painting, a candlestick, a table lamp, or a chair—to be connected to the expertise and dedication of the artist (or designer). He believes that things made carefully, with respect for the material, attention to detail, and deep commitment to craft, have intrinsic value as art, especially since they are “practically unique, strongly individual and ...
Tags: Books, Design, Singapore, Chicago, Architecture, Zaha Hadid, Michael, Amy, Jean Nouvel, Moroni, Ettore Sottsass, Malmo Sweden, Daniel Libeskind, Andreu, Zarina, Designer Profile


So Far California’s New Gig Economy Law Is A Disaster For Theatres And Actors

No one is arguing that theatre artists don’t deserve to be paid or shouldn’t be treated well. As Susie Medak, managing director at Berkeley Repertory Theatre, pointed out, there’s simply a fundamental disconnect between the law and the creative process of theatre. “What concerns me the most is that this law doesn’t take into consideration at all the way creative artists work. It has a desire to codify everyone’s work. The impulse behind AB 5, in making everyone an employee, is that everyone ...
Tags: Art, California, Theatre, AB, Berkeley Repertory Theatre, 02.21.20, Susie Medak


Blake Gopnik’s New Bio Of Warhol: A Case For His Enduring Influence

It is hard now to recapture the shock of 1962 when the iterations of Campbell’s soup went on display at the Ferus Gallery in Los Angeles (New York wasn’t interested). But the cumulative effect of their pristine forms, their tromp l’oeil construction, their obsessive reiteration (there were 32 prints, one for each flavour), luminous banality and, above all, their thereness, was to blast apart everything that we thought – and think – we know about art. – The Guardian
Tags: Art, Warhol, Visual, Campbell, Los Angeles New York, Blake Gopnik, Ferus Gallery, 02.22.20


Photo Flash: Go Inside Rehearsal for CAROLINE, OR CHANGE on Broadway, Starring Sharon D. Clarke, Caissie Levy, Chip Zien and More

Roundabout Theatre Companypresents the Broadway revivalofTony KushnerJeanine Tesori's Tony Award nominated and Olivier Award winning musicalCaroline, or Change,starring 2019 Olivier Award winnerSharon D Clarkereprising her role as 'Caroline' from the acclaimed West End production. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Caroline, BWW News Desk, Tesori, Broadway Starring Sharon, Clarke Caissie Levy Chip Zien


Photo Flash: The Company of TREVOR Heads Into Rehearsal

The new musical Trevor makes its New York premiere this Aprilat Stage 42. The company headed into rehearsals this week. Get your first look at the full team [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: New York, Theatre, Trevor, BWW News Desk


Photo Flash: MACK & MABEL Wraps Up Encores! Run

Performances concluded on Sunday for New York City Center Encores first show of the 2020 season- Mack Mabel. Led by Broadway's Douglas Sills and Alexandra Socha in the title roles, the production also starredMajor Attaway Fatty Arbuckle, Michael Berresse William Desmond Taylor, Lilli Cooper Lottie Ames, Ben Fankhauser Frank Wyman, Jordan Gelber Mr. Kessel, Evan Kasprzak Freddy, Raymond J. Lee Andy, Kevin Ligon Eddie, Janet Noh Ella, and Allen Lewis Rickman Mr. Bauman. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Broadway, Mack, Mabel, Bauman, BWW News Desk, New York City Center Encores, Douglas Sills, Alexandra Socha, Allen Lewis Rickman, Mack Mabel


Andrea McArdle and Donna McKechnie, Max von Essen and More Nominated for MAC Awards

The Manhattan Association of Cabarets MAC hasannounced the 2020 MAC Award nominees. The nominees were determined by votes cast by the active MAC membership, except for the four song and recording categories, which were determined by special committees. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Mac, Theatre, Andrea McArdle, BWW News Desk, Donna McKechnie Max von Essen, Manhattan Association of Cabarets MAC


Darko Tresnjak Will Direct Premiere of Duncan Sheik & Kyle Jarrow's NOIR at Houston's Alley Theatre

The Tony Award-winning Alley Theatre and Artistic Director Rob Melrose has just announcedfive productions as a part of the 74th season. Subscription renewals for the 2020-21 Alley Theatre season are on sale now. New subscriptions will be on sale May 18, 2020 at alleytheatre.org. [Author: BWW News Desk]
Tags: Theatre, Houston, Duncan Sheik, Darko Tresnjak, BWW News Desk, Kyle Jarrow, Alley Theatre, Rob Melrose


Swiss-Made TESLAR Watches’ Internal Chip Mimics Earth’s Natural Frequency

Timex Group Luxury Division aims to counter hazardous electromagnetic exposure with a new brand At the heart of each TESLAR watch, one “Turbo Chip” synchronizes with the nearby battery, produces a scalar wave at 7-9Hz, and transmits it out through the caseback. Together, this distinct process means that the watch itself mimics and distributes the frequency of planet Earth. As a first in the industry, …
Tags: Design, Watches, Timex, Swiss Watches, Electromagnetic Waves, Watch Design, Teslar, Timex Group Luxury Division, Turbo Chip


Hollywood Celebrates Harvey Weinstein Verdict

Actresses and activists celebrated Monday when a New York jury found the producer guilty on two counts, in a decision that could send him to jail for up to 25 years.  – The Daily Beast
Tags: Art, New York, Hollywood, People, Harvey Weinstein, 02.25.20



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