The 3-Bee Printing Project
To celebrate the debut of Dewar's Highlander Honey, the whiskey producer is showcasing the craft of one of its most important partners in making the new infused blend, the Highlander honey bees, with the 3-B Printing Project.
The Sound of London: London's Skyline Re-created in Soundwaves
Perfect Fools has re-imagined the skyline London as soundwaves for Soundcloud without Borders campaign, designed to promote Fogg.
SFMOMA Publishes Unparalleled Digital Catalogue on Collection of Works by Robert Rauschenberg
The San Francisco Museum of Modern Art (SFMOMA) has published its first online collection catalogue, the Rauschenberg Research Project, which features nearly 90 works by artist Robert Rauschenberg that are part of the museum's permanent collection.
Guggenheim Launches New Multimedia Mobile App
In conjunction with the exhibition James Turrell, the Guggenheim Museum launched a new free mobile app.
Make Room: Modern Design Meets Craft
Organized by the American Craft Council, Make Room: Modern Design Meets Craft will celebrate the symbiotic relationship between craft and design.
Equal Opportunity Data Mining: National Statistics About Working Artists
Equal Opportunity Data Mining: National Statistics about Working Artists, a new online research tool released by the National Endowment for the Arts, offers 70 searchable tables with figures on working artists by state and metropolitan area, by demographic information, and by residence and workplace.
MoMA Establishes the Department of Prints and Drawings
The Museum of Modern Art will combine its Department of Prints and Illustrated Books with the Department of Drawings, effective July 1.
Reconstruction 3.0: Life is a Journey
Reconstruction 3.0: Life is a Journey is an invitation-only evening of live performances featuring original music, dance and fashion inspired by Louis Vuitton and its heritage of travel.
ADC Festival of Art and Craft in Advertising and Design
The Art Directors Club (ADC) has unveiled the program for the its 92nd Annual Awards + Festival of Art and Craft in Advertising and Design.
Conversations at the Edge: Spring 2013
Conversations at the Edge, the screening and visiting artist series organized by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Department of Film, Video, New Media, and Animation (FVNMA), returns to the big screen on February 14, with Chicago-based filmmaker Fern Silva.
Iceberg in Montreal by Atomic3
Iceberg, created by ATOMIC3, is an interactive, architectural, light and sound installation that brings winter right into the heart of the city.
No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia
No Country: Contemporary Art for South and Southeast Asia, on view at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York from February 22 through May 22, 2013, will feature work by 22 artists and collectives representing some of the most compelling and innovative voices in South and Southeast Asia today.
After the Museum: The Home Front 2013
Returning for its third season, Museum of Arts and Design's annual design program The Home Front: American Design Now expands, for the very first time into a physical exhibition, After the Museum.
The Art of Scent 1889-2012
The Art of Scent 1889-2012, on view at the Museum of Arts and Design through February 24, 2013, is the first museum exhibition to examine perfume as an art form in its own right.
The Space: On-Demand Digital Arts Service
The Space is a new freely available digital arts service developed in partnership between the Arts Council England and the BBC.
Wallpaper* November '12 Issue: Reigning in Russia
For Reigning in Russia, the final Wallpaper* issue covering the four BRIC nations, the magazine has commissioned a limited-edition cover artwork by Moscow-based artist collective AES+F.
Third Man Begins Digging Through Her Pockets
Katharina Grosse has created a large-scale artwork for the Donna and Stewart Kohl-Atrium of the MOCA Cleveland's new building.
The New Kunsthaus: Great Art and Architecture
The New Kunsthaus: Great Art and Architecture is a new exhibition revealing what will be on offer to museum's visitors from 2017 in the new extension designed by David Chipperfield Architects.
Arik Levy: Experimental Growth
The Bisazza Foundation will host "Experimental Growth," an exhibition by Israeli designer Arik Levy, from November 8 through December 21, 2012.
The Crayolascope: An Analog Depth Display
Fake Love's Blair Neal crafted a childhood-inspired interactive experience with children's Crayola Glow Books in his latest project, "Crayolascope," an independently crafted analog depth display.
OS Pixadores: Ben Newman Directs Short for ASOS Black X Puma
Pulse Films Director Ben Newman shot a thought-provoking film campaign to support the launch of ASOS' latest Autumn/Winter 2012 collaboration with Puma, the ASOS Black X Puma shoe.
BE OPEN Sound Portal Lands in Trafalgar Square
The BE OPEN Sound Portal has arrived in London's Trafalgar Square. A mysterious, black, rubberised cube, it hosts five soundscapes so that the public can 'switch on their hearing' to appreciate the most advanced audio technology in the world.
Art, Environment, Action!
Art, Environment, Action! is a creative laboratory that will bring together a diverse cross-section of artists, designers, architects, dancers, chefs, and scientists, working at the intersections of art, pedagogy, and ecology.
MoMA Releases Its First Enhanced Digital Books for iBookstore
The Museum of Modern Art has released its first enhanced digital books for Apple's iBookstore. Century of the Child: Growing by Design, 1900-2000 and MoMA Collection Highlights: 350 Works from The Museum of Modern Art, made with iBooks Author, are available today from the iBookstore on iPad.
720 Degrees: Monumental Installation by Ron Arad in Israel Museum's Art Garden
Ron Arad's monumental installation 720 degrees, an immersive experience that presents 360-degree screenings of films and video art, will be in the heart of the Israel Museum's Isamu Noguchi-designed Billy Rose Art Garden.
100 Curators 100 Days: Saatchi Online Launches Global Art Exhibit
100 Curators 100 Days, launched today by Saatchi Online, is a major initiative that recognizes 1,000 artists for their outstanding work.
Maria Blaisse: Moving Meshes
Moving Meshes, an exhibition of the work of the Dutch designer Maria Blaisse, will be on view at Domaine de Boisbuchet through September 22, 2012.
Vivienne Westwood: This is Britain
Fashion designer Vivienne Westwood appears in a brand new film to talk about two paintings which capture her vision of London. The film is part of the This is Britain campaign promoting the free collections displays at Tate Britain.
Organized by Arts Centre Melbourne, Audio Architecture is a series of lively conversations and performance-exchanges on the theme of cities and sound.
SCI-Arc Receives Coveted Placemaking Grant From Artplace
Southern California Institute of Architecture (SCI-Arc) has been awarded a $400,000 grant from ArtPlace that will go toward the planning, design and construction of two arts venues on its campus in downtown Los Angeles, and planning with the community for a third venue in the community across from campus.
MoMA Art Lab App for iPad
The MoMA Art Lab for iPad is the Museum's first art-making app. Inspired by MoMA Art Labs, a series of interactive spaces at the Museum where kids and adults can engage with art through hands-on activities, the app offers an open-ended exploration of the various ways in which simple shapes and lines can be transformed into art.
Yayoi Kusama Designs Limited Edition June 2012 Wallpaper* Cover
For the limited-edition cover of Wallpaper's June issue, Japanese artist Yayoi Kusama has drawn a 'message of love' on a photograph of herself.
Colour One for MINI by Scholten & Baijings
On the occasion of the Salone del Mobile 2012, MINI presents the installation Colour One for MINI by Scholten & Baijings.
Celebrating the Pencil: The Blackwing Experience at ADC Gallery
In the hands of giants such as famed composer Stephen Sondheim, legendary writer John Steinbeck, jazz great Duke Ellington, Oscar-winning animation director Chuck Jones and others, Blackwing pencils helped create many timeless works of art.
Art Breaks: MTV to Debut Video Art from Ten Emerging Artists Throughout 2012
Art Breaks is a new series of ten original video art pieces by some of the most exciting emerging artists working around the world today.
Foam Magazine Issue 30: Micro
The 30th issue of Foam Magazine presents eight distinctive portfolios, each of them shedding light on the chosen theme: Micro.
BauhausGuide: The App for the Bauhaus
BauhausGuide, a new app that offers a virtual tour of Bauhaus sights in Germany and around the world, is now available free in the App Store.
Show RCA 2012
This year, the Royal College of Art's annual summer show will include work by the greatest number of graduating students in the College's 175 year history.
Virtual Broad Art Museum
In anticipation of its fall 2012 opening, the Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University has launched the Virtual Broad Art Museum, a multi-user online environment that provides an innovative and globally accessible venue for the presentation of interactive digital artworks.
MOCA TV: The Museum of Contemporary Art to Launch Global Contemporary Art Channel
MOCA TV is a new global video channel for original contemporary art and culture programming, to be launched in July 2012.
SVA MFA Design Criticism Lecture Series: Spring 2012
SVA MFA Design Criticism Lecture Series, held on Tuesday evenings at D-Crit, presents the most interesting and provocative writers, editors, designers, thinkers, and curators practicing today.
Royal College of Art Celebrates Its 175th Anniversary
In 2012 the Royal College of Art will be celebrating its dodransbicentennial - 175 years since it was founded in 1837.
SVA Art in the First Person Lecture Series: Spring 2012
School of Visual Arts (SVA) announced the Spring 2012 Art in the First Person lecture series, 23 talks that bring together notable artists, critics, curators and historians for in-depth discussions on issues in contemporary art.
24th Annual Hilla Rebay Lecture: The Artist as Typographer
Recent years have seen a proliferation of younger artists whose work employs typography, printed characters, or even the very institution of printing.
American Photography 28
American Photography 28 is now open for entries. The contest presents the best images in a large-format, beautifully designed, hardcover annual for worldwide distribution.
Guggenheim Launches Museum Exhibition Catalogue in Digital Format
The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum has expanded its digital publications resources, offering greater access to a range of content from Guggenheim publications, including the first exhibition catalogue to be published by a museum in an e-book format.
AIA NY Medal of Honor Redesign Competition: Call for Entries
The AIA New York Chapter announced a competition for the redesign of the Medal of Honor.
BMW Guggenheim Lab Site Officially Returned to the City of New York, Transformed into Community Park
Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum and Foundation have officially returned the East Village site that was the inaugural home of the BMW Guggenheim Lab to the City of New York.
Jeff Koons Decorates a Limited-Edition BMW Miniature Art Car
Power, motion, and light inspired American artist Jeff Koons as he worked on the legendary BMW M3 GT2.
Dress: The Second SVA D-Crit Chapbook
Untangling the sartorial signifiers and unique style of public figures from various corners of the pop culture circuit-including Julian Schnabel, Dora the Explorer, Steve Jobs and Muammar al-Gadaffi-Dress assembles eleven essays by writers from the School of Visual Arts' pioneering Design Criticism MFA program, with illustrations by Peter Arkle.
Artists and Arts Workers in the United States
There are 2.1 million artists in the United States workforce, and a large portion of them - designers - contribute to industries whose products Americans use every day, according to new research from the National Endowment for the Arts.
Faraday Curtain by Loop.pH
Commissioned for Bloomberg Philanthropy by art and design agency Arts Co, "Waste Not, Want It" is a series of specially commissioned art and design projects made almost entirely out of Bloomberg's waste.
The Printed Picture: A Dynamic History of the Evolving Technology of Image-making
The Printed Picture is a website based on the publication and exhibition of the same name at MoMA that focused on the history of the printing of pictures, from prehistoric cave markings to cutting-edge digital printing technologies.
BMW Guggenheim Lab Berlin to Open in May 2012
The BMW Guggenheim Lab will operate in Berlin from May 24 to July 29, 2012. Berlin is the second stop in the Lab's nine-city tour, which premiered in New York earlier this year.
Memories: 144 Creative Artists Come Together for Limited Edition Art Book
Memories is a collective of 144 British and international artists who have each designed and donated a bespoke work of art to illustrate and interpret 12 true life stories of loss and survival from cancer.
Project Color Corps: Volunteer Organization Infuses Color and Energy into Urban Neighborhoods Nationwide
On Thursday, September 29th at the 2011 Cusp Conference in Chicago, IL, experience consultant Laura Guido-Clark, Founder and Principal of Laura Guido-Clark Design launched her newest venture, Project Color Corps.
Resident Creative Studio's Sina Taherkhani Heads Up Design Team for Immersive Surfaces
Resident Creative Studio designer Sina Taherkhani bridged the gap between reality and fantasy, helming a team of animators and VFX artists charged with creating, "As Above, So Below," one of a three-part immense-scale projection/mapping installation entitled, "Immersive Surfaces."
BMW Tate Live: First Artistic Programme Dedicated to Live Online Broadcasts
Tate and BMW launched a major new international partnership, BMW Tate Live which will focus on performance, interdisciplinary art and curating digital space.
Doin' It in Public: Feminism and Art at the Woman's Building
Doin' It in Public showcases the work of feminist artists and graphic designers in Los Angeles in the 1970s and 80s, including Sheila Levrant de Bretteville.
Gage/Clemenceau Architects Creates Fashion Week Installation for Lady Gaga's Fashion Director Nicola Formichetti
Gage/Clemenceau Architects used Autodesk Design Suite software to conceptualize, design and create a one-of-a kind immersive retail and display environment for Lady Gaga's Fashion Director Nicola Formichetti.
Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980
Pacific Standard Time: Art in L.A. 1945-1980 has launched its innovative virtual hub.
Colourful Life: A Collaboration Between Ian Wright and Keaykolour Paper
Keaykolour announced an exhibition of artworks by artist Ian Wright that take inspiration from music, pop-culture and the artist's own colourful life.
Leo A Daly Wins Juror's Favorite Award at D.C. CANstruction
A team of volunteers from the Washington, D.C., office of Leo A Daly won the Juror's Favorite Award for constructing a larger-than-life Capital BikeShare bicycle structure at the Washington Architectural Foundation's 2011 D.C. CANstruction event.
Two New Exhibitions at Adobe Museum of Digital Media
Adobe Museum of Digital Media today announced its 2011 fall exhibition schedule. On November 9, 2011, AMDM will launch Journey to Seven Light Bay, a new exhibition by Mariko Mori, curated by Tom Eccles, executive director of the Bard College Center for Curatorial Studies, Annandale in Hudson, NY.
BMW Guggenheim Lab Opens Tomorrow in New York
The BMW Guggenheim Lab launches its nine-city worldwide tour tomorrow in Manhattan's East Village.
Superscript Shade Structure by Kate Moxham at 826LA in Echo Park
Materials & Applications, in collaboration with designer Kate Moxham, has installed an experimental shade structure at the 826LA literacy center in Echo Park.
Third Series of London 2012 Olympic Stamps by Studio David Hillman
The third series of ten Royal Mail's London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games stamps go on sale on July 27, 2011 to mark the one year countdown to the Opening Ceremony of the Olympic Games.
BMW Guggenheim Lab Has Launched Interactive Website
The official BMW Guggenheim Lab website has launched. The website will be the "go to" resource for information about the BMW Guggenheim Lab, including background information on the project, behind-the-scenes videos, and everything visitors need to plan their visit.
Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum to Open at Michigan State University in Spring 2012
The Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum, a new Zaha Hadid-designed contemporary art museum at Michigan State University, is on schedule to open to the public in late spring 2012.
Check My Machine: The BMW Group's First Music Video
Check My Machine is a film project which has been created in a close collaboration between the BMW Group's Electronic Media Department and creative Munich artists Jonas Imbery and Mirko Borsche.
Bauhaus Archive: First Bauhaus App Brings Modernist Art School to Web 2.0
The first official Bauhaus app is now available on the App Store for iPhone and iPod touch.
Foam Magazine Issue 27 - Report: The Renaissance of Photojournalism
In the summer issue, Report, Foam Magazine goes on an investigative journey into the evolving world of photojournalism in the multiplicity of it's dimensions.
BMW Guggenheim Lab to Launch in New York City
BMW Guggenheim Lab will launch in New York City from August 3 to October 16. Following the New York installation, the BMW Guggenheim Lab will travel to Berlin in spring/summer 2012, and to a city in Asia to be announced later this year.
Edition29 The New for iPad
Edition29 The New is a visual summary of amazing creators and a look at their works as can be only seen and experienced on a new medium like the tablet.
MoMA Books App: Download MoMA e-books on Your iPad
MoMA Book is a free App for the Apple iPad that allows users to purchase, download, and read a growing number of MoMA's e-books, including favorite backlist titles that are no longer available in print, such as Atget by John Szarkowski.
NYSID and Sotheyby's Institute of Art Launch Collaborative Master's Degree Program
Dr. David C. Levy, President of Sotheby's Institute of Art, and Dr. Christopher J. Cyphers, President of New York School of Interior Design (NYSID) announced a collaborative 2-year graduate program leading to both a Master's Degree from Sotheby's Institute and an interior design Certificate from NYSID.
SCAD's deFINE ART 2011: Videos, Podcasts and Interviews
SCAD's second annual deFINE ART, which ran February 22-26, attracted thousands of visitors.
Royal College of Art Graduate Shows 2011
The Royal College of Art's 2011 graduate summer shows will take place simultaneously across the College's two campuses in Battersea and Kensington from June 24 to July 3, 2011.
Christo: The Works of Christo & Jeanne-Claude
The Nasher Sculpture Center and Dallas Architecture Forum announced a multi-year collaboration to present the annual Design Symposium featuring prominent figures from the worlds of architecture, art and design.
Digital Origami: LAVA Brings Digital Decoration to la Rinascente Store Window in Milan
Chris Bosse of Laboratory for Visionary Architecture has created a window installation for the famous Italian department store la Rinascente for its Contemporary Christmas Art windows.
Kinetic Vapor: Jackson Convention Complex Unveils Jackson's Newest Work of Public Art
Commissioners for the Jackson Convention Complex have unveiled Kinetic Vapor, a new work of public art that brings a high tech sense of place to the Jackson Convention Complex.
MoMA Debuts Free iPad App in Conjunction with the Exhibition Abstract Expressionist New York
In conjunction with the exhibition Abstract Expressionist New York, on view at The Museum of Modern Art through April 25, 2011, MoMA released a free application for the Apple iPad.
Christophe Cherix Appointed Chief Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books at MoMA
Christophe Cherix has been appointed The Abby Aldrich Rockefeller Chief Curator of Prints and Illustrated Books at The Museum of Modern Art.
Fabrica at CAFA Art Museum in Beijing
Two interactive installations by Fabrica will be hosted at CAFA Art Museum in Beijing within the exhibition of the V&A Museum "Decode: Digital Design Sensations".
Underground Pop: Idiosyncratic Art In the Digital Age
Underground Pop, an exhibition of 35 works by ten artists who represent a quirky, personal, and idiosyncratically generational take on the Pop tradition of appropriating popular culture in the service of art will open at the Parrish Art Museum August 15, 2010, and remain on view through October 3.