Monthly Archives: February 2014

Don’t Be a Bear

  Loved this illustrator’s self-prescribed antidote to bearishness.  Jared Rippy’s response to the 2013 To Resolve Project was his Don’t Be a Bear journal. “To avoid the pitfalls of a bearish attitude and as a daily reminder to myself I … Continue reading

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Science+Art=Snowflakes

Gorgeous time lapse video of snowflake crystals forming by Vyacheslav Ivanov.  At some level, these are just water molecules, right?  Mesmerizing, especially in the last week of February as we start to say goodbye to our snowflake friends (maybe…)  The song … Continue reading

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File Under: Betcha’ Didn’t Know…

  Close to us in Roxbury, Ma., is a museum with tons of work by artists of African descent.  The Museum of the National Center of Afro American Artists (NCAAA) is dedicated to the celebration, exhibition, collection and criticism of … Continue reading

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A Modern Twist on the Tradition of Ikebana

  In its latest iteration, Ikebana is transformed into organic and mysterious forms of liquid by artist Naoko Tosa. In a series titled “Sound of Ikebana,” Tosa first mixes pastel colors and oil together to create a variety of colors intended … Continue reading

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