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Debbie Millman has an ongoing project at PRINT titled “What Matters.” This is an effort to understand the interior life of artists, designers, and creative thinkers. This facet of the project is a request of each invited respondent to answer ten identical questions and submit a nonprofessional photograph.
Mark this down on your calendars: The Center for Italian Modern Art (CIMA) has a post-Valentine’s Day gift for all of us who love Italian art and design: From Depero to Rotella: Italian Commercial Posters Between Advertising and Art (Feb. 16–June 10). What made Italian design so compelling during the interwar years is the cross-pollination between avant-garde and commercial art, the period during the country’s economic boom.
John Wilcock (1927-2018) was one of the great “happening” characters of midcentury America, beat myth to Hippie legend. He was founder of half a dozen underground papers, and started one of the first citizen-access cable television shows. His achievements are a dense package. A British journalist who moved...
— Plagiarism, racial bias, superfluous thumbs… AI-generated art is problematic to say the least. One of the few examples that I have taken a liking to is Jonathan Hoefler’s ongoing hidden treasures series of fictional analogue devices and the short stories that accompany them. — A bit of...