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Beautifying the Streets and Educating Youth with Street Art

Wouldn’t you like to see more public art on the walls? Well the Mural Arts Program of Philadelphia does just that. The program was established in 1984—when the crack epidemic was at full peak—as a way to transform troubled youth into productive young adults by introducing them to art making techniques in street art. These […]

Babies, Bears, and Dangerous Kitties

If you haven’t heard about The Oatmeal then allow me to enlighten you to the most creative, funny, and inspirational comic and illustrator out there today. His name is Matthew Inman and he is a rad dude. Besides his popular online comic he has created a card game about Exploding Kittens. Yes, I know, […]

I Don’t Give A Data Set

Prepare yourself, I am about to ask you a series of rhetorical questions. What colors are all of your socks? How many times have you looked at the clock since you woke? Who did you say hello to up to this point of the day? What’s your favorite form of caffeine and how many have […]

We The Sheeple

Wake up, people! Have you herd, we are about to nominate our 45th president of the United States of America. Do you care? No, seriously. Do you? The designer for this poster obviously does. Your voting participation, or lack thereof, implicated by this poster’s visual rhetoric attempts to define how you give to society […]

Worth It Or Not?

There are actually excellent and creative artworks in the museum or the personal collection, but there are also some artworks get a high evaluation after the hype. Nowadays, some artists’ artworks display in the different exhibition and get great benefits after the hype. Their artworks touted by the media in order to increase the price, […]

Who Killed Your Respect?

        Have you touched other’s artwork without permission? Have you broken other’s artwork without apologies? If you have, who killed your respect?       It was a beautiful glass artwork called Angel Is Waiting, a special gift for the artist’s newborn daughter. The artist used special firing techniques and spent a […]

How to Retrieve Dried-out Prismacolor Markers

ANOTHER dried out marker? Come on… Why do markers have to dry out so fast? Art materials can be quite pricey and being a college student, money can be tight for a lot of us. However, you don’t have to worry because I have found an easy solution to revive your old Prismacolor markers! Did […]

Photoshop Timeline

This technique is useful for creating Ads with good quality and low file size. I thought to write a blog about it because I was talking to my friend about using Photoshop timeline and she wants familiar with it. Basically what you see moving on the side of your webpage or small advertising on your […]

Olympic 2020 logo

The previous winner of the 2020 Tokyo Olympic design logo has been stripped of their title on the basis of plagiarism leaving the competition still open. Kenya Hara re-entered his previous design incorporating the colors and the iconic dot known on the Japanese. This isn’t the official logo design for the Tokyo Olympics, but this […]

Combining Digital and Traditional Media part 1/3 Digitizing Traditional Work

Any artist that wants to sell their work in the modern age needs to know how to best to optimize it for computer viewing and print, even if they never touched a computer while they were making the actual art. First of all the golden rule: NEVER POST HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGES ON SOCIAL MEDIA. It […]