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Daniel Savage:  Visual RhythmDaniel Savage is one of the new... crss

Daniel Savage:  Visual Rhythm Daniel Savage is one of the new breed of illustrators / animators who have emerged in the digital world in the last ten years.  Comfortable with both static and motion work, he has developed a unique style that has roots in the New Yorker style of illustration, a publication where he has been published many times. Daniel’s background in music and design has helped to develop a look that can best be described as visual rhythm. Through the use of simple forms and wit, he is able to explain complex ideas. His work has been recognized by the ADC Young Guns, Webby Awards, and Society of Illustrators to name a few. He has taught at SVA and NYU, and created the film festival Yule Log 2.0.  His short animations have been selected as Vimeo staff picks multiple times. See more of his work on his Instagram page  here Posted by David Read more about The Art of Animated Gifs Our Facebook . Note: The page is addictive! crss

Daniel Savage:  Visual RhythmDaniel Savage is one of the new...

Daniel Savage:  Visual Rhythm Daniel Savage is one of the new breed of illustrators / animators who have emerged in the digital world in the last ten years.  Comfortable with both static and motion work, he has developed a unique style that has roots in the New Yorker style of illustration, a publication where he has been published many times. Daniel’s background in music and design has helped to develop a look that can best be described as visual rhythm. Through the use of simple forms and wit, he is able to explain complex ideas. His work has been recognized by the ADC Young Guns, Webby Awards, and Society of Illustrators to name a few. He has taught at SVA and NYU, and created the film festival Yule Log 2.0.  His short animations have been selected as Vimeo staff picks multiple times. See more of his work on his Instagram page  here Posted by David Read more about The Art of Animated Gifs Our Facebook . Note: The page is addictive!

Today’s Classic: Hexe, by Karl Cauer (1874)

Today’s Classic: Hexe, by Karl Cauer (1874)

subtilitas: As some may remember, last year I gave a lecture in...

subtilitas : As some may remember, last year I gave a lecture in Lausanne with Corridor regarding the history and objectives of Subtilitas, my personal practice Part Office , thoughts on working in Los Angeles, and a few other side projects. The video is now up, fittingly almost at the 10 year anniversary of the creation of this site. It was nice to reflect on its beginnings, and consider where it stands now within the milieu of online architectural media. Thank you for listening, and I encourage feedback, thoughts, and opinions; please write with any . 

crossconnectmag: Miniature Embroidered Art by...

crossconnectmag : Miniature Embroidered Art by Ipnot Ipnot  is Japanese embroidery artist. After discovering embroidery from her grandmother and then being fascinated by the French knot, ipnot has spent years perfecting her hand-embroidery art and today creates “paintings” using just needles and yarn. Our archive is the treasure chest. Just open it and you’ll see. posted by Margaret   via

crossconnectmag: Miniature Embroidered Art by... crss

crossconnectmag : Miniature Embroidered Art by Ipnot Ipnot  is Japanese embroidery artist. After discovering embroidery from her grandmother and then being fascinated by the French knot, ipnot has spent years perfecting her hand-embroidery art and today creates “paintings” using just needles and yarn. Our archive is the treasure chest. Just open it and you’ll see. posted by Margaret   via crss