Monthly Archives: February 2009

Q&A: How does competition affect you?

That’s the question we’ve posed to some creative professionals (photo editors, photographers, art buyers, etc.) this month. We hope their answers will not only be enjoyable to read, but informative and thought provoking as well. I plan on throwing out

Q&A: How does competition affect you?

That’s the question we’ve posed to some creative professionals (photo editors, photographers, art buyers, etc.) this month. We hope their answers will not only be enjoyable to read, but informative and thought provoking as well. I plan on throwing out

10×10

If you don’t know the name Jonathan Harris, I suggest you fervently read on. I ran into this website today and am instantly obsessed with the idea and the performance of 10×10. Rather than summarizing it for you, here is

10×10

If you don’t know the name Jonathan Harris, I suggest you fervently read on. I ran into this website today and am instantly obsessed with the idea and the performance of 10×10. Rather than summarizing it for you, here is

New Work From Ryan Schude

If you’re like me, the emergence of a new Ryan Schude image makes your day. Well for you, my loyal blog readers, I give you a preview of Ryan’s new creation! What do you think? Yes, yes… you’re welcome. To

New Work From Ryan Schude

If you’re like me, the emergence of a new Ryan Schude image makes your day. Well for you, my loyal blog readers, I give you a preview of Ryan’s new creation! What do you think? Yes, yes… you’re welcome. To

Paolo Pellegrin’s “Great Performers” looks better online?

While I never thought I’d say this, I’m starting to enjoy photo essays online. (Gasp!) I know I know… it is almost painful to say out loud. Stop judging and just hear me out! This week’s New York Times Magazine’s

Paolo Pellegrin’s “Great Performers” looks better online?

While I never thought I’d say this, I’m starting to enjoy photo essays online. (Gasp!) I know I know… it is almost painful to say out loud. Stop judging and just hear me out! This week’s New York Times Magazine’s

Questions to Manjari Sharma

As promised, here is work from the amazing photographer Manjari Sharma. As I mentioned in a previous post, Manjari and I met at a studio party and found we had oodles of common interests. Already impressed with her evident compassion

Questions to Manjari Sharma

As promised, here is work from the amazing photographer Manjari Sharma. As I mentioned in a previous post, Manjari and I met at a studio party and found we had oodles of common interests. Already impressed with her evident compassion

The Art of Life in the Age of Digital Reproduction

Tim Leberecht Design Mind While not a member of the Net Generation (the 88 million Millennials for whom social networking is a birthright) myself, I have many friends and co-workers who qualify, and I am constantly baffled by their ease

The Art of Life in the Age of Digital Reproduction

Tim Leberecht Design Mind While not a member of the Net Generation (the 88 million Millennials for whom social networking is a birthright) myself, I have many friends and co-workers who qualify, and I am constantly baffled by their ease

Self-portrait

THE WORD ACCORDING TO WIKIPEDIA… A SELF-PORTRAIT IS A REPRESENTATION OF AN ARTIST, DRAWN, PAINTED, OR SCULPTED BY THE ARTIST. ALTHOUGH SELF-PORTRAITS HAVE BEEN MADE BY ARTISTS SINCE THE EARLIEST TIMES, IT IS NOT UNTIL THE EARLY RENAISSANCE IN THE

Self-portrait

THE WORD ACCORDING TO WIKIPEDIA… A SELF-PORTRAIT IS A REPRESENTATION OF AN ARTIST, DRAWN, PAINTED, OR SCULPTED BY THE ARTIST. ALTHOUGH SELF-PORTRAITS HAVE BEEN MADE BY ARTISTS SINCE THE EARLIEST TIMES, IT IS NOT UNTIL THE EARLY RENAISSANCE IN THE