Browsing through on of the sites I like, I discovered the below excerpt which led me to this Google invention: Google Art Project.
When Bruegel painted more than 500 years ago, could he have imagined that one day, a dozen generations down the road, his paintings would be viewed on a practically microscopic scale? Such is the wonder of the Google Art Project, the two-year-old platform that now houses more than 30,000 digital versions of famous artworks–some of which are viewable at a radically high resolution.
No, I don’t look like any of these photos, and of course not after the car accident I had last week. But after the the series of weird (probably mutated) horribly edited photos released by some Lebanese famous singers, I … Continue reading →
#VisualFriday on Saturday, excuse me. Ad Agency Rethinks Coffee Cup Sleeves As Newspapers The Queen And The Pantone ! Mark Zuckerberg “Facebook” Portrait by Red Hong ! Photography Works by Sarah Sitkin (That’s the original Poker Face to me) Liter … Continue reading →
Last Monday was my birthday. I thank all those who sent me greetings whether on twitter or facebook.
I had planned, and as all my plans go; LATE OR UNFULFILLED, at the beginning of the new year, to have a resolution. It was to release the new identity for my blog that I had in mind since last July.
To be honest, I worked a bit on it during this 16 days period, but I didn’t give it much time. I had several other priorities I had to finish first, and by the time I think of starting to work on this, I’d be tired, with a headache and sticky swirling eyes. Continue reading →