"In today’s world of mobile phones and media a visit to a museum is often a passive and superficial experience."
2. Doodling Makes You A More Productive Employee Jesse Prinz, a philosophy professor at City University of New York Graduate
In less than a decade, the Sketchbook Project has been able to collect more than 30,000 sketchbooks offered up by individuals
10. Experiment with prompts. Drawing doesn't have to be sacred, according to Belleville-Van Stone. The author encourages
But not all of it came from school, Palmer told HuffPost. Although his experience at the Academy of Art University in San
Saed Meshki from Iran shows the cultural influences on his type design. Image by David Simmonds. After more than twenty hours
Think about your sketchbook as the ultimate resource for ideas and visuals; it should reflect the inner workings of your mind.
5. Create hotzones with POP's "link to" feature to take users from one screen to the other (The sample in the app takes users
Namaste y'all! In lieu of today's daily doodle, I've made a REALLY FUN video on "How to Make a 'Buddha Doodle.'" Enjoy!
We develop a shorthand version of the visual world in order to navigate through it, but what we see also contains tremendous detail and complexity.
- A. Eugene Kohn Watercolours from Designer Pages. More and more I've become fascinated with architects' alternative forms