All Posts Tagged Tag: ‘art’

Halloween Witch Casts A Variety Of Spells Over Google Doodle

Google has tapped a “Halloween witch” for some fun with today’s homepage doodle. It’s an interactive one, which lets you choose different combinations of ingredients to drop into the witch’s brew for a variety of different spells, which let you interact with the doodle in different ways. I wouldn’t exactly call it a game, but I guess it has game-like …

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David Hockney Uses iPad to Create Art

Why is art beautiful? Nobody would necessarily answer this question the same; however, many may concede that art is beautiful because there are no boundaries in this field. If a person can envision something as beautiful, then it may be deemed as artwork. Remember the animal dung jewelry? Splashing paint? Using printed words? One of Britain’s most talented living artists, …

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Strange Photography: Artist Puts Strangers Together

In the world of visual arts, it can be difficult to do something that hasn’t been done before. Even in the field of photography, where the use of existing landscapes can be blended with computer enhancement, artists are always looking for a way to do something no one has seen before. Photographer Richard Renaldi is trying his hand at doing …

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Picasso Piece Could Be Yours For $136

Pablo Picasso’s work has become so iconic that only a rare few can afford to own one of his original pieces, but now, thousands of lucky art lovers have the chance to take home one of his cubist works for just $136, and it’s for a good cause. Picasso’s grandson, Olivier, says the piece–a work from 1914 titled “The Man …

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Banksy Piece Tagged, Graffiti Artist Beaten Up

Banksy has taken over New York in the last couple of weeks, leaving his stenciled artwork all over the place and creating little pockets of art appreciation every time someone spots the work. But for as many people as there are who want to enjoy the work, have their picture taken with it, and celebrate their own little moment in …

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Street Artist, Banksy, Strikes Again!

On Tuesday, October 15, 2013, crowds rushed to see the latest work of Banksy, a famous British street artist who is on a month-long residency in New York. He created a sentimental piece, deeply touching the hearts of individuals, with a silhouette of the Twin Towers. The site’s location was spread by people through Instagram and Twitter, which definitely assisted …

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Banksy Art Taken Down In Brooklyn

Banksy, the street artist who made a name for himself by painting stencils with a decidedly political commentary-lean on various walls around the world, is currently working on his “Better Out Than In” series…and at least one fan has caught up to him in order to chisel the art off the wall and take it home. The latest piece–a relatively …

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3D Printers Can Now Replicate Famous Works Of Art

Of all the things 3D printers can do, I would never have thought that recreating famous works of art would be one of them. Now researchers in the Netherlands are doing just that. Researchers at Delft University of Technology in the Netherlands have come up with a novel 3D printing process that allows them to recreate famous works of art. …

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Banksy: New Art Found On L.A. Streets

Banksy has updated his website for the first time in a while with a photo of some new L.A. art entitled “Better Out Than In”, which depicts a man (Banksy himself?) holding a can of spraypaint and “vomiting” a spray of real flowers that are growing out of a crack on the side of the building. The guerrilla artist hasn’t …

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Jane Addams Google Doodle Honors Hull House Founder and Nobel Prize Winner

Today, Google is honoring social activist and Hull House co-founder Jane Addams with a doodle on their homepage. Addams, who was one of the most influential reformers of the progressive era, was given the Nobel Peace Prize in 1931 – the first American woman to receive the award. Addams, who was born in Cedarville, Illinois in 1860, is best known …

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‘I Have A Dream’ Speech Gets Google Doodle

It was on this day in 1963 that Martin Luther King, Jr. gave his famous “I Have a Dream” speech, calling for an end to racism. That makes today the 50th anniversary. Google is celebrating the occasion with a doodle on its homepage (pictured above). This certainly isn’t the first time Google has honored Dr. King. The search engine has …

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Erwin Schrödinger And His Cat Honored With Worldwide Google Doodle

Google is paying tribute to Erwin Schrödinger with its homepage doodle today, as it honors the Austrian quantum physicist on what would have been his 126th birthday. The Nobel Prize winner was born on this day in in 1887 in Vienna, where he would also die on January 4th, 1961. Schrödinger is known for having created the basis of wave …

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