Lynn Davis is an American photographer known for her images carefully toned to produce varying shades, from grey to sepia, and usually printed in very large format. After a long-time research in nudes (Bodywork, 1975-1984), started in the 1970s, today she is mostly famous for the depiction of … Read More
William Caraher, assistant professor at the University of North Dakota and writer of the site “The Archaeology of the Mediterranean World” discovered an interesting early use of computer analysis for an archaeological area in Cyprus, Eastern Mediterranean. The original … Read More
Alessandro Gottardo (aka Shout) is an Italian illustrator living and working in Milan. In recent years he acquired a certain fame for his metaphisical drawings (often showing isolated subjects immersed in uniform backgrounds) published in major italian and international magazines. … Read More
Space replay is a project designed by Francesco Tacchini, Julinka Ebhardt and Will Yates-Johnson of the London’s Royal College of Art. As the title implies, this device is a floating black sphere which records and replays ambient sounds after a … Read More
After moving from New York To Marfa, Texas, in 1973, the prolific artist and theorist Donald Judd started a paraller career as a furniture designer. He reported that, dissatisfied with the furniture he could buy in his new town, he … Read More
Andrew Joyce is a UK illustrator specialising in cityscapes, hand drawn lettering and observational illustration. This is his axonometric maps of Tokyo drawn for Ginza Magazine.
David Macaulay is an American illustrator and writer who devoted many of his books to the careful description of works of architecture and engineering for a public of children. His drawing style is very clear and direct, yet extremely … Read More