(Source: danielodowd, via seeintomyeyes)
(by Shawn Wolfe)
The Tumblr “Content Aware Typography" has some nice visual fun with Photoshop’s "content-aware fill" feature:
1. Choose a picture with some typography in it;
2. Select an area that is close to the letters;
3. Apply Photoshop’s Content-Aware Fill;
(via When Photoshop’s Content-Aware Fill Screws Up It Makes Art)
An examination of cop-car graphics, “from quiet ‘stealthy’ looks to bold super swooshes”:
Accidental Mysteries, 11.24.13: Graphics of Authority: Observatory: Design Observer
(Source: suscunt, via seeintomyeyes)
Thinking of starting a new series of iPad screenshots, to be titled “Buffering.” If that happens, this is the first one.
(via Interims Audimax, a temporary lecture hall designed by Deubzer Konig and Rimmel Architekten | The Fox Is Black)
Quetzal Feather, 2013
Acrylic on canvas
94 x 70 inches
Courtesy the artist and Zach Feuer Gallery, New York.
As seen in UIA (Unlikely Iterations of the Abstract). Now on view at CAMH.