"Art" Blogs & Blog Posts

Easy Street PromptsEasy Street Prompts

Daily creative prompts for writers and artists and a monthly magazine of th...

 
Watercolour Artist DiaryWatercolour Artist Diary

Nature in Detail from award winning watercolour artist Tracy Hall. Everythi...

 
The Dreaming TreeThe Dreaming Tree

The personal blog of international, award-winning artist, Lana Gramlich. In...

 
to love ♥to love ♥

everything i love, that you might love to...

 
Andy DangerfieldAndy Dangerfield

London based journalist. Collection of my articles for the BBC and elsewher...

 
Dorset SculptureDorset Sculpture

A diary of thoughts about sculpture, visual art, music, current affairs and...

 
Chrissy MarieChrissy Marie

A blog featuring my art and photograpghy with a little chat thrown in.

 


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When we launched the Alternate Realities grant program in May we had no idea what to expect. We saw a need for funding in the arts happening at just the time when new media like AR and VR were starting to go mainstream. So, with support from our pare...

Luxury vehicles from the 1930s were nearly aircraft carrier-long. It was the art deco era dominated by seemingly never ending clean lines. So it's no surprise that the Vision Mercedes-Maybach 6 Cabriolet is over six meters long (about 20 feet) a...

“This is what you get when you iron a Slinky,” said one commenter. So soothing and gorgeous. (more…)...

As posted to twitter by Saima Mir, and likely sourced from Generation; but who's the artist?

Project Magenta, a team at Google, is crossbreeding sounds from different instruments based on neural networks and building networks that can draw.

Recently, Engadget visited The Lab, HP's trippy art exhibition incongruously placed in the middle of the Panorama Music Festival in NYC. It proved surprisingly popular among festival-goers thanks to the visual and auditory sensory experiences (a...

"Into The Unknown" is an incredibly ambitious science fiction exhibition in London. In a relatively small gallery space, the Curve Gallery at the Barbican Centre, there is an attempt to tell the entire story of the science fiction genre, from its' or...