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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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Curator Gavin Delahunty Resigns from Dallas Museum of Art, Citing ‘Allegations Regarding Inappropriate Behavior’ [UPDATED]

Curator Gavin Delahunty has resigned from the Dallas Museum of Art, citing “allegations regarding . . . inappropriate behavior.”Delahunty joined the museum as Hoffman Family Senior Curator of Contemporary Art in ... Read More

Now on Blu-ray: Sergio Martino’s TORSO Looks Great From Shameless Films

Shameless Films in the UK continues their commitment to sharing the best in classic sleaze with their new UK Blu-ray premiere of Sergio Martino's Torso. The company has recently released ... Read More

How an unpaid UK researcher saved the Japanese seaweed industry

Enlarge / A nori farm off the coast of Japan.reader comments 7 Share this story The tasty Japanese seaweed nori is ubiquitous today, but that wasn't always true. Nori was ... Read More

Dyson sues former CEO Max Conze

The company is claiming that it dismissed Conze in October for revealing confidential information, and has now filed a lawsuit against him. The post Dyson sues former CEO Max Conze ... Read More

StudioAC opens up interior of century-old Hilton House in Toronto

Toronto firm StudioAC has gutted a Victorian property in the city to reconfigure the layout and create more spaces for entertaining. The Hilton House, which dates back almost 100 years, ... Read More

What Are the Biggest Challenges Facing UK Museums? Brexit and Budget Cuts, New Report Says

The report tallies government spending on UK museums for the first time. The post What Are the Biggest Challenges Facing UK Museums? Brexit and Budget Cuts, New Report Says appeared ... Read More

What Rodin Taught Anselm Kiefer About Making Art in an Age of Destruction

On the 100th anniversary of Auguste Rodin's death, the Barnes Foundation opens a show looking at the French sculptor's influence on the German painter. The post What Rodin Taught Anselm ... Read More

Loewe’s Jonathan Anderson Is Melding Art and Fashion for Art Basel Miami Beach—and Real Emotion Too

The designer has curated a show for his store that will debut during the fair, and his fans won't be surprised by its sensitivity and taste. The post Loewe’s Jonathan ... Read More

Fright Show: Peabody Essex Museum Examines the Art of Horror and Sci-Fi Film Posters

Through November 26, in Salem, Massachusetts Read More The post Fright Show: Peabody Essex Museum Examines the Art of Horror and Sci-Fi Film Posters appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Kolkata IFF 2017 Review: TIKLI AND LAXMI BOMB Takes Back The Streets Of Mumbai

There's no escaping the topic of treatment of women around the world right now. From the ominous spread of sexual assault accusations and the accompanying fallout in Hollywood, to the ... Read More

Pandemic Legacy: Season 2—The world’s “best board game” gets better

reader comments 1 Share this story Welcome to Ars Cardboard, our weekend look at tabletop games! Check out our complete board gaming coverage at cardboard.arstechnica.com. How do you follow the ... Read More

How to win new business

Integrated packaging design specialist Equator, offers tips on how to keep new business coming through the door.   The post How to win new business appeared first on Design Week ... Read More

Hawaiian cabins by Erin Moore are designed for life outdoors

Oregon-based architect Erin Moore has completed a tropical getaway in Hawaii that consists of two pavilions sited on either edge of a 300-year-old solidified lava formation. Situated at a high ... Read More

The Metropolitan Museum of Art Gets an $80 Million Gift, Tilting Its Focus Toward Asia

Donated by Florence Irving and her late husband Herbert Irving. it's the largest gift in recent memory. The post The Metropolitan Museum of Art Gets an $80 Million Gift, Tilting ... Read More

The Art World Reacts: Watch Important People Freak Out About the $450 Million da Vinci on Social Media

The Internet went a little bonkers. What else did you expect? The post The Art World Reacts: Watch Important People Freak Out About the $450 Million da Vinci on Social ... Read More

Get Ready for the Bauhaus Centenary, Fêted With Exhibitions Around the World

From next year, shows in Japan, China, Russia, and Brazil will explore the German school’s global impact. The post Get Ready for the Bauhaus Centenary, Fêted With Exhibitions Around the ... Read More

Shanghai Biennale Names Cuauhtémoc Medina as Curator for 2018

He previously curated Manifesta and a Mexican pavilion for the Venice Biennale. Read More The post Shanghai Biennale Names Cuauhtémoc Medina as Curator for 2018 appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

VR Dispatch: Exploring the Intersection of Art and Tech at The Engadget Experience Alternate Realities

Earlier this year the tech blog Engadget announced that they were giving away half a million dollars in $100,000 chunks to five media arts pieces exploring the technologies of Virtual ... Read More

Apple reportedly working with Intel to put 5G modem in future iPhones

Samuel Axon reader comments 0 Share this story While it will be some time before 5G LTE becomes standard, Apple is thinking ahead about how to best incorporate 5G technology ... Read More

Pentagram’s comic-inspired identity for the Barbican’s manga exhibition

Marina Willer has brought the travelling exhibition to life with colourful, storyboard style graphics, while Jody Hudson-Powell and Luke Powell have created a motion-controlled robot installation. The post Pentagram’s comic-inspired ... Read More

Maurice Martel disguises office building as contemporary barn in rural Canada

Canadian firm Maurice Martel Architecte has designed a contemporary wooden barn to house offices for an insurance company, blending in with the rural surroundings and vernacular architecture. The complex measures ... Read More

Agnes Gund’s Art for Justice Fund Just Awarded $22 Million in Grants to Fight Mass Incarceration

Mural Arts Philadelphia was among a small group of arts-based organizations to make the freshman class of grantees. The post Agnes Gund’s Art for Justice Fund Just Awarded $22 Million ... Read More

Art Industry News: Louvre Abu Dhabi Closes for a Private Viewing by Sheikhs’ Wives + More Must-Read Stories

Plus, inside Africa's private museum boom and Anne Imhof tops German magazine Monopol's art-world power list. The post Art Industry News: Louvre Abu Dhabi Closes for a Private Viewing by ... Read More

This Artist Hates Flying as Much as You Do—So She Started Her Own Airline

Qinmin Liu's private airline doubles as artwork, and its maiden voyage will be to Art Basel Miami Beach in December. The post This Artist Hates Flying as Much as You ... Read More

The Greatest Private Collection of California Art Was Once a Secret. Now It’s Heading to UC Irvine.

The university received the vast collection of the reclusive late collector Gerald E. Buck. The post The Greatest Private Collection of California Art Was Once a Secret. Now It’s Heading ... Read More

Lia Gangitano Wins Bard College Audrey Irmas Award for Curatorial Excellence

The award comes with $25,000. Read More The post Lia Gangitano Wins Bard College Audrey Irmas Award for Curatorial Excellence appeared first on ARTnews ... Read More

Review: THE SWINDLERS Cons Viewers Out of Their Time

Stars Hyun Bin and Yoo Ji-tae go toe-to-toe in this month's The Swindlers, a loose and jazzy caper thriller that mines Korea's abundant fascination with grifters. Or at least that's ... Read More
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