In the video The Clouds (Molnen) below you'll find a sample of Henrik Möller's inquiring mind and poetic, progressive pop.
"Dionne Swift is a textile artist based in Holmfirth in West Yorkshire. She gets inspiration from walks in the landscape on the moors and valleys. She draws using oil pastel and charcoal to produce interpretations of her photos taken from her walks which then go on to form the basis for her machine embroidered art works. Her sewing machine becomes her tool of expression with high speed stitching giving a fast paced energy to the finished pieces. Dionne uses her skills to also make products and run workshops as part of her practice. This film gives a snapshot of her working process."
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The chatbots aren’t very good, but that doesn’t mean Facebook isn’t proud of them anyway: “I guarantee you’re going to spend way more money than you want on this,” Marcus chuckled on stage.
This episode of Tidbits is based around reading, writing, drama, and William Shakespeare.
The Royal Shakespeare Theatre have marked Shakespeare’s birthday and the 400th anniversary of his death with a special live event.
Check which famous writer you write like with I Write Like, which analyzes your word choice and writing style and compares them with those of the famous writers.
"Shakespeare wrote his plays to be seen and heard, not read. Heuristic Shakespeare apps put you face to face with his characters at the heart of each play. It makes his language and references easily accessible and helps you understand each play from the inside out." Heuristic Shakespeare: The Tempest.
Damian Lewis as Antony in Julius Caesar: 'Friends, Romans, countrymen'. Leading actors perform some of Shakespeare's greatest speeches in a video series to mark the 400th anniversary of the playwright's death. Shakespeare Solos.
This by Tinrocket is a clever little photo annotation app that lets you add pointers, labels, descriptions, and comments to your photos.
The only true adult colouring book experience: Pigment.
Niice. Beautiful, topnotch, visual inspiration. Search images in a moodboard layout. Reload "Surprise Me" to explore.
Colours. A simple, beautiful and quick way to create a unique palette.