Why are the babies in medieval art so ugly? To find the answer, I spoke to Matthew Averett, an art history professor at Creighton University who edited the anthology The Early Modern Child in Art and But
1 – Deadlines are your friend Putting pen to paper and coming up with a coherent text has never been an easy task for me, so when invited to participate in a “major book project” and to offer insight advice
These strategies can help you get unstuck and start thinking and working creatively again. Danielle Krysa had a successful career as a creative director for an advertising and branding agency in Canada.
Though he was raised on a farm in the Midwest, Thomas W. Schaller spent the majority of his life in Manhattan where he worked as a commercial architectural artist. Today, however, he works for himself,
A round-up of intimate drawings from Meriwether Lewis, Milton Glaser, Stefan Sagmeister, and other bright minds The nature and origin of creativity is the subject of many a theory. But, rather than theorizing