Inspiring archive for 2016-03-16

Create Your Own Musical Experiments with Chrome Music Lab

(3 years ago)
This is soooo cooooool. In an effort to make learning about music more accessible, Chrome Music Lab allows people to create and manipulate sounds right their browsers (without any plug-ins)! While intended to spark curiosity and inspiration for Music in Our Schools … Continue reading →

Sponsored Post: The Sound of Los Angeles

(3 years ago)
“City Evocation” is a content series by Land Rover USA in celebration of the release of the new Range Rover Evoque. The series presents 3 cities as seen through the unique eyes of 3 creatives who are pushing culture ahead. … Continue reading →

Reader Submission: Greg Burak

(3 years ago)
A selection of paintings by Queens, New York-based artist Greg Burak, found via our March Reader Submissions. More images below.

David OReilly’s New Game “Everything” Allows You To Play as Anything

(3 years ago)
Animator David OReilly is perhaps best known for creating the video game in Spike Jonze’s film “Her”, and his strangely meditative non-game “Mountain”. His new game “Everything”, releasing on PS4, is about as ambitious as a concept could possibly be. Every single … Continue reading →

30 Sec Reading: Why Tell Stories

(3 years ago)
The great Rabbi Israel Shem Tov, when he saw that the Jews were being mistreated, went into the forest, lit a holy fire, and said a special prayer, asking God to protect his people. And God sent him a miracle. Later, his disciple Maggid de Mezritch, would go to the same part of the forest […]

Artist Spotlight: Peter Taylor

(3 years ago)
Peter Taylor continues to explore themes of balance and joy in these fantastic new pencil drawings (click here for previous post). If you happen to be in Vancouver March 19th, you can check out The Yinbow Yangbow Way at El Kartel (104 East Pender). … Continue reading →

Artist Spotlight: Paolo Pibi

(3 years ago)
Surreal paintings by Sardinia-born, Milan-based artist Paolo Pibi. More images below.


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