Friday , 24 November 2017

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Photography – Gallery 1

This webpage may contain copyrighted material whose use has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. As an underground resource for art education and creative inspiration, the Freestone Print Company is making these found images available in our efforts to advance the understanding of graphic design, photography, alternative photographic processes, street art as a outlet for public discourse, typography, and ... Read More »

Origami Paper Downloads

Many of our readers search for images to complete design projects. That’s why we make our high-resolution images available to you free of charge. This origami post is purely for educational purposes, since we do not own the designs on the paper below. If you would like to purchase these papers, visit Yasutomo’s large selection of kami and paper-backed foil. Kami Kami, or ... Read More »

Logo Design – Gallery 1

This webpage may contain copyrighted material whose use has not been specifically authorized by the copyright owner. As an underground resource for art education and creative inspiration, the Freestone Print Company is making these found images available in our efforts to advance the understanding of graphic design, photography, alternative photographic processes, street art as a outlet for public discourse, typography, and ... Read More »

40 MST3k B-Movie Mobile Backgrounds

In a Not Too Distant Future We’re in deep love with the Satellite of Love, or SOL for short. Deeper still is our appreciation for the cult classic that kept the satellite in orbit, Mystery Science Theatre 3000. The show features a human passenger stranded in space with his plucky robot sidekicks, Tom Servo, Gypsie, and Crow T. Robot (who is sometimes referred to as “Art” by one of the ... Read More »

Third Annual Cat Video Film Festival at Walker Art Center

By: Shannon Scheidell It was unofficially Cat Day for thousands who came out to the Walker Art Center to participate in the Internet Cat Video Film Festival on Thursday, Aug. 14, 2014. “The first time we had it, we thought a couple hundred people would come,” said Sarah Schultz, curator of public practice for the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis, Minn. ... Read More »

For the Birds: 1st Thursdays @ Orlando Museum of Art

By: Shannon Scheidell Sandra Scheetz-Wise’s piece titled “Economy” spoke volumes tonight at The Orlando Museum of Art. Encapsulating the atmosphere of drunk well-to-dos shmoozing it up with well-known and other wannabe local artists, you can really see the allegorical theme of the rich devouring the poor, taking elements from Scheetz-Wise’s paintings and extrapolating her concept on the entire array of people who bumped ... Read More »

Artists for Autism Showcase Work at Loft 55 Gallery & Boutique

By: Shannon Scheidell This is the first time a local Orlando art gallery is conducting a mural project to support awareness with autism and special needs development. “The number of people being diagnosed every year on the autism spectrum continues to increase as awareness increases, the question is how to help those diagnosed…” reads a headline from the the Loft 55’s website. The ... Read More »

20 MST3k B-Movie Backgrounds

In a Not Too Distant Future We’re in deep love with the Satellite of Love, or SOL for short. Deeper still is our appreciation for the cult classic that kept the satellite in orbit, Mystery Science Theatre 3000. The show features a human passenger stranded in space with his plucky robot sidekicks, Tom Servo, Gypsie, and Crow T. Robot (who is sometimes referred to as “Art” by one of the ... Read More »

B-side moves to Mills: Artist Tr3 now at the Peacock Room

By: Shannon Scheidell The art of Tr3 looks as if it were made by a handful of people, but aside from a few collaborative projects, artist Mark Harris (Tr3) creates all of his own works. His consistent painting production might be called an addiction, as is the theme of the opening reception at the Peacock Room. “He’s been doing it as long as I’ve ... Read More »

Chomet’s ‘The Illusionist’

By: Shannon Scheidell Sylvain Chomet must have spent the past eight years, since his last film was released, honing his artistic skills in both music and animation direction, because “The Illusionist” is a cultural masterpiece. Originally written years before by Jacques Tatischeff, famous for his work in “Mon Oncle” (1958) and “Play Time” (1967,) Chomet took over the reins and breathed ... Read More »