Eva Filoramo

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Everything Any Artist Needs to Know About How to Price Their Art

Quantifying Creativity<p>How Any Artist Can Price Their Art for Sale<p>Pricing your art is different from making art; it's something you do with your art …

Pickled Blueberry <br> October 24, 2013

Mar De Color Rosa

Part of Stephen's statement about the new work.... "At first glance this exhibition may seem like a drastic departure from my previous work. A closer look will reveal a consistent further exploration of color and light with experimentation in new formats. The title of the exhibition, Zoom In, is the first clue as to what I am about. Viewers used to seeing my pointillist approach to mixing and exploring color with thousands of murrini might be asking, “Where are the murrini?” My answer is that I have zoomed in for a microscopic view of the interaction between targeted color and light. It is an attempt at getting to the essence of color, breaking up light, simplifying the relationship between the viewer and my sense of color." The balance of the quote can be found in the book released for the show by the Ken Saunders Gallery

Learn to Code HTML & CSS

Checkout these advanced HTML and CSS lessons to take a deeper look at front-end design and development, perfect for any designer or front-end …



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Our Child Themes Tutorial Series - WordPress Theme Detector

On our blog we first began talking about the advantages of working with child themes.<p>Then, little by little, we´ve been adding tutorials about …

Color Hex Color Codes

Color-hex gives information about <b>colors</b> including color models (RGB,HSL,HSV and CMYK), Triadic colors, monochromatic colors and analogous colors …


Overriding WordPress Functions

I started building my first WordPress site last week and almost immediately starting customizing the theme. Rather than editing the default theme …

How Attractive Are You To The Opposite Sex? Esquire’s 1949 Questionnaire

Somewhere between the time women stopped being chastised for wearing pants and riding bicycles and the time they began hacking their way to true love, women were building the atomic bomb in secret, but mainstream society had cut the ribbon on the era of the arm-candy babe. From <b>Esquire’s Handbook</b> …

How Relationships Refine Our Truths: Adrienne Rich on the Dignity of Love

From her stirring poetry to her timeless wisdom on love, loss, and creativity, beloved poet and feminist <b>Adrienne Rich</b> (May 16, 1929–March 27, 2012) endures as one of the most celebrated poets of the twentieth century, a remarkable woman of equal parts literary flair and political conviction. In a …

Giuseppe Galetta


The World's Largest 3D Printed Art Installation

(And What It Tells You About The Future Of Architecture)<p>The structure has grown faster than the ancient Redwood trees that surround it in the Mendocino County in California. Conceptualized as part of Project 387, an arts residency project, Echoviren is the world’s largest 3D printed art …

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Jose Antonio Moralejo

Why We Love: Five Revelatory Books on the Psychology of the Heart

It’s often said that every song, every poem, every novel, every painting ever created is in some way “about” love. What this really means is that love is a central theme, an underlying preoccupation, in humanity’s greatest works. But what exactly <i>is</i> love? How does its mechanism spur such poeticism, …

Teddy Bear Genes <br> August 27, 2013

*Climb into a Victorian ice well to discover shimmering particle physics* Clamber down the two ladders that lead into the Victorian ice wells of London's Canal Museum until 20 October and you'll be greeted by a shimmering mass of perspex discs suspended from the ceiling. The 380 floating discs that make up Covariance, the art installation current displayed in the wells, are studded with 28,000 glass beads and are arranged into around 20 different designs, representing the work of particle physics detectors. Particle physicist Ben Still from Queen Mary University London and artist Lyndall Phelps have collaborated on the installation for the Superposition project through the Institute of Physics' artist in residence programme. Covariance has been nine months in the making altogether, including three months of fourteen-hour days to complete its construction. The pair were introduced by the Institute and given the brief of creating a physics installation for public display. Rather than focusing on one particular area of physics, they decided instead to look at the machines that make the science happen -- particle physics detectors. Read more: http://www.wired.co.uk/news/archive/2013-08/27/covariance-installation