Loving this little Tumblr called Trail Type – a collection of type found
in the wilderness.
Parker Stewart captures the subtleties of where he has spent the last four years of his life: Savannah, Georgia. Take a look at the whole series titled “Slowly, Over Time” which he shot on 4×5 large format film. Parker states “I have been here long enough to see things change and see things stay the same; the beauty lies in both.”
Our sponsor this week is Craftsy which provides downloadable eGuides and tutorials for aspiring artists. The resources they provide allow aspiring artists quickly pick up the basics. This week they’re offering a free downloadable eGuide on the basics of watercolor, apparently it was popular last time we offered it so they’ve brought it back.
The eGuide provides an introduction to things like paper types, color value, temperature, and intensity, as well as the proper technique for swatching new paints. If you didn’t go to art school, this is an easy way to pick up some fundamentals. The best part is that it costs zero dollars.
If you want, you can download the Beginner’s Guide to Watercolor.
Loooove these hair dryer installations by magician Antoine Terrieux. Shown at the Maison Des Jonglages in La Courneuve, France, Terrieux perfectly positioned a bunch of hair dryers to create various self-sustaining moments of movement. See video of Terrieux’s magical work below!