Ars Technica

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The figures are visible under UV light; other paintings may also have hidden drawings.

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Dezeen

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US company Backdrop is aiming to ease the process of choosing the right paint, through a curated selection of colours and adhesive samples for testing on walls, along with an essentials kit and a redesigned can.
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Packaging of the World

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Muraglia is an ancient Apulian oil mill that has been producing oil from olive groves for five generations. The terracotta pots, rigorously shaped and decorated by hand, make the brand appreciated all over the world, especially in a high-end market. The customer needs to adapt the brand image and the pack design of all the products marketed to the premium positioning already achieved thanks to the jars.

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Lifehacker

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Art, as we all know, is about following a set number of rules handed to you by another person. In the latest New York Magazine cover story, art critic Jerry Saltz lists 33 steps to becoming a great artist, and what’s interesting is how many don’ts he’s willing to hand out. His refreshingly specific tips are all, at some level, optional. And that is why they’re useful, if you’re trying to be more creative.
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Design Boom

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2018 has been a big year for street artist tamara djurovic, AKA hyuro, who has created incredible new public works in every part of the world including brazil, italy, spain, belgium and the netherlands. featuring dreamlike compositions, her works blend politics with a surrealist sensibility, maintaining an intimate style that plays with the surrounding architectural elements and the urban environment.
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Design Curial

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So far the redevelopments at the Royal Academy have been quiet. The new architectural interventions are not radical. But sensitive spatial interventions are allowing for a slowly building programme of events, all in celebration of its 250th year, dubbed RA250.

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Dezeen

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German architect Walter Gropius founded the Bauhaus in 1919. As we continue our Bauhaus 100 series exploring the school's centenary, we profile the man who had a vision to make art accessible to the masses, not just a luxury of the few.
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Design Milk

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At this year’s WestEdge Design Fair, we saw a familiar face on the show floor. Our very own Jaime Derringer collaborated with Woven Concepts to design the Untitled Collection, a series of rugs that highlight the beauty of a simple brushstroke reminiscent in the practice of Japanese calligraphy, or Shodo.
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designyoutrust

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Roman Tolici is well known throughout the local and international art scene for almost 20 years now. He is part of the famous 2000s generation of painters but he stands out from the rest of his colleagues due to his easy-going style and an accessible registry of images. Seeing as contemporary art is

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Design Boom

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in 2014 french artist julien de casabianca launched outings project, on a mission to bring paintings from museum walls and into the streets. since then he has been invited by museums around the world to do just that and, his latest installation seeing a seven-story mural of a melancholic girl taken from william-adolphe bouguereau’s 1886 neoclassical painting ‘au pied de la falaise‘. 
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fastcompany

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That’s the premise of Kano, a DIY computer kit company that today is releasing an update to its successful build your own laptop kit. “We thought, what would be cooler than a laptop you make yourself? A touchscreen laptop you make yourself,” says Kano’s CEO and cofounder Alex Klein. He hopes the touchscreen addition will make Kano’s computers even more accessible and desirable, given that touch is often the first way that youngsters interact with screens, while also inspiring them to build their own tech.
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fastcompany

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They look like acrylic record albums. Or maybe a rainbow dissected into Skittles-like strata. But these acrylic paintings don’t depict things. They depict sensations. More specifically, how Lucy Engelman, a synesthete, sees years, decades, and centuries in her head. That makes them biological visualizations of time itself.
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