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‘Doctor Strange’ Deleted Scene: One of Kaecilius’ Followers Has a Very Bad Day

Favorite Doctor Strange is the first film in the Marvel Cinematic Universe to feature the kind of mind-bending magic absent from most other films in the Avengers series. The Thor movies tend to demur and call their magic science, but Doctor Strange is the Sorcerer Supreme, and as such has…

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“IKEA’s Frakta has broken through into design consciousness”

Favorite IKEA‘s blue bag is the perfect pop-culture reference for a generation stuck in a rotation of rental flats, says Will Wiles in his latest Opinion column. IKEA’s blue Frakta bag is having a fashion moment. It used to be that, once you’d used it to carry home your inexpensive kitchenware, IKEA’s masterpiece…

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Best Books On Drawing From Your Imagination

Favorite Sketches by CyanAli Learning to draw from your imagination is essential for entertainment art. Animators, illustrators, concept artists, these types of artists can all draw from their imagination with incredible accuracy. Awesome resources like Drawabox can help you pick up these skills for free. But at some point you’ll…

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Dezeen’s top 10 architecture and design quotes of 2017

Dezeen's digital director Olivia Mull picks the quotes that sum up the year in architecture and design, covering topics from the industry's gender imbalance to the political power of costume ... Read More

Clashes in Spain as Religious Art in Catalan Museum Heads Back to Aragon

Works from the historic Monastery of Sijena are at the center of a longstanding dispute between the neighboring regions. The post Clashes in Spain as Religious Art in Catalan Museum ... Read More

7 Top Collectors Look Back on the Artworks That Got Them Hooked, From a Miró Print to a Warhol T-Shirt

Pamela Joyner, Jorge Pérez, and other collectors share stories on the works that started it all. The post 7 Top Collectors Look Back on the Artworks That Got Them Hooked, ... Read More

Art Industry News: Artists Condemn Trump’s Jerusalem Embassy Move + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, Mozilla wants artists to make work about surveillance and London is getting a new statue of Princess Diana. The post Art Industry News: Artists Condemn Trump’s Jerusalem Embassy Move ... Read More

Candice Breitz Renames Venice Biennale Commission to Protest Mistreatment of Refugees

The artwork is due to go on view this week at the National Gallery of Victoria Triennial. The post Candice Breitz Renames Venice Biennale Commission to Protest Mistreatment of Refugees ... Read More

“We as a Species Are Selectively Alarmist”: Max Hooper Schneider on Why You He’s No Mad Scientist

The artist currently has one of his terrarium-based artworks on view on the High Line. The post “We as a Species Are Selectively Alarmist”: Max Hooper Schneider on Why You ... Read More

Trump Ubu Alles: Rainer Ganahl Remakes an Alfred Jarry Classic in a Harlem Funeral Home

Père Ubu becomes Ubu Trump. Read More The post Trump Ubu Alles: Rainer Ganahl Remakes an Alfred Jarry Classic in a Harlem Funeral Home appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Review: ALONG WITH THE GODS: THE TWO WORLDS, Ambitious Fantasy Epic Indulges in Cheesy Backdrops and Melodrama

Riding in on a wave of curiosity and anticipation, popular webcomic adaptation Along with the Gods: The Two Worlds, the opener of Korea's first simultaneously filmed two-part series, represents one ... Read More

PepsiCo reserves 100 Tesla Semis, likely at $20,000 a pop

reader comments 29 Share this story Reuters reported on Tuesday that PepsiCo had recently placed 100 reservations for Tesla Semis. The order is the largest public one to date and ... Read More

The 10 biggest product launches of 2017

We look at some of the most exciting product design stories from this year, including a reincarnated version of the Nokia 3310 handset, a touchscreen projector from Sony and a smart ... Read More

Phil Cuttance creates herringbone-patterned objects from Jesmonite material

London-based designer Phil Cuttance has expanded his range of handmade herringbone objects to include a tray, a vase, and a pen pot. Each of Cuttance's handmade objects has been made ... Read More

Meet the Brooklyn Artist Who Lent Art-World Cred to Netflix ‘She’s Gotta Have It’ Reboot

Tatyana Fazlalizadeh takes us behind the scenes. The post Meet the Brooklyn Artist Who Lent Art-World Cred to Netflix ‘She’s Gotta Have It’ Reboot appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

London’s Royal Academy Opens Its Historic Life Drawing Room to the Public

Free classes in the historic school and a life-drawing show featuring VR and Iggy Pop nudes help mark the RA's 250th anniversary. The post London’s Royal Academy Opens Its Historic ... Read More

Art Industry News: Scandal Brews Over an Art School’s Multimillionaire Leader + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, comedian Hannibal Buress gets arrested during Miami art week and editors resign over Jens Hoffmann accusations. The post Art Industry News: Scandal Brews Over an Art School’s Multimillionaire Leader ... Read More

India’s First Public Sculpture Park Opens in a Spectacular 18th-Century Fort

Visitors must go on a treasure hunt to find the sculptures installed around the maze-like palace. The post India’s First Public Sculpture Park Opens in a Spectacular 18th-Century Fort appeared ... Read More

Archaeologists Are Using Drones to Map Ancient Venezuelan Rock Art

Drones and ancient petroglyphs, a match made in heaven. The post Archaeologists Are Using Drones to Map Ancient Venezuelan Rock Art appeared first on artnet News ... Read More

Morning Links: Otis Redding Edition

Here's what we're reading this morning. Read More The post Morning Links: Otis Redding Edition appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Our Favorite Faces Of Michael Shannon

Water increases its volume when it gets close to freezing or close to boiling, and indeed Guillermo Del Toro's The Shape of Water keeps expanding nicely, now that it's gaining ... Read More

FCC chair still refuses to help investigate net neutrality comment fraud

Getty Images | Peter Dazeley reader comments 39 Share this story The Federal Communications Commission has again refused to help New York's attorney general investigate impersonation and other fraud in ... Read More

Pantone announces Ultra Violet purple as colour of the year 2018

The blue-based purple has been selected for its “provocative” and “thoughtful” shade, which nods to current trends in areas like spirituality and space exploration. The post Pantone announces Ultra Violet ... Read More

Core Collective designs Sunnybanks House to withstand wild weather in rural Tasmania

Architecture practice Core Collective has completed a house in Tasmania featuring a robust material palette of concrete, steel, masonry and timber that complements its rural seaside setting. Core Collective, which ... Read More

Artforum Files Motion to Dismiss Knight Landesman Sexual Harassment Suit

The former publisher has not yet replied to the suit. Read More The post Artforum Files Motion to Dismiss Knight Landesman Sexual Harassment Suit appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

JESSICA JONES Trailer: Season 2 Set for More Action, More Mystery, and More Alcohol

Netflix (unsurprisingly) had quite a hit with Jessica Jones, Marvel's most reluctant superhero who drowns her guilt and PTSD in endless shots of whiskey and casual sex. That is, when ... Read More

A sea of calm behind the wheel: The 2018 Audi Q5, reviewed

Marlowe Bangeman reader comments 10 Share this story The Q5 has long been one of Audi’s best-selling models in the US. And what’s not to like? It’s a respectable-looking and ... Read More

10 people who made an impact on design in 2017

Calling out sexism, making hospitals happier places to be and reviving classic designs through crowdfunding; we honour the people who have made a difference to the industry over the last ... Read More

Observe the growing popularity of co-working spaces via our new Pinterest board

Following the opening of a women's only co-working club in New York, we've created a new board full of striking shared workspaces, including WeWork's offices in a former Shanghai opium ... Read More

An All-Female Art Fair Takes on Gender Inequality With a Show at a Miami Shopping Mall

The satellite show Fair focuses on women’s issues, from wage disparities and exploitative advertising to representation in the art world. The post An All-Female Art Fair Takes on Gender Inequality ... Read More
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