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Our muse from history this week is Helmut Newton, a risque German-Australian photographer. Widely known as a “prolific, widely imitated fashion photographer whose provocative, erotically charged black-and-white photos were a mainstay […]
On each Wednesday of every week, we will be stepping back in time and featuring Art in History. The first of this series comes from the Tate Modern Archives. Performance art by Joan Jonas circa 1969.
Motion Graphic Designer and aspiring Game Developer Matthew DiVito just rocked our world with his visually stunning GIFs . With over 100,000 followers dedicated to his tumblr site, Matthew is getting global recognition for his creativity and awesome graphics. Here are some of our favorites […]
If you’re like me, you’re sick of winter, the cold frigid air, the longevity of the winter blahs and depression filled hibernation we have been undergoing. That’s why this week, while we were amidst yet another extreme weather warning here in Toronto, of wet rain, snow, slush, hail, more rain… etc.. etc.. I found […]
You’re probably already familiar with the AGO’s galas, performances and special events and you may (or may not be) aware of all the great things The AGO offers for a curious beginner or an experienced artist looking to enhance their technique and creativity. The Anne Tanenbaum Gallery School offers a broad range of courses to […]