Book designer @raphael_geroni joins us to talk about his work on the #99piCity, including its cover and typography. Together, we'll go behind the scenes, sharing his insights as well as a series of previously unreleased book design process images: https://99percentinvisible.org/article/99-uncovered-behind-the-scenes-with-99pi-city-book-designer-raphael-geroni/ 📒 🤓
99% Uncovered: Behind the Scenes with 99pi City Book Designer Raphael Geroni https://99percentinvisible.org/article/99-uncovered-behind-the-scenes-with-99pi-city-book-designer-raphael-geroni/
London’s October evening sales of Post-War and Contemporary art were down 15.5% from 2019 http://ow.ly/isQs30rgvNM
Public #libraries rule! Here's a few where you'll find "ArtCurious: Stories of the Unexpected, Slightly Odd, and Strangely Wonderful in Art History":
Raleigh, NC: @wcplonline
Minneapolis, MN: @hclib
Pittsburgh, PA: @carnegielibrary
Orlando, FL: @oclslibrary
Tag your library!
Tape, paint and board. ?! The simple yet wait-what-am-I-looking-at work of #AakashNihalani on the site today: https://www.thejealouscurator.com/blog/?p=37012
Modigliani's first & solo exhibition was a shocking one to many, as he chose to exhibit female nudes with body hair. Even more shocking was the gallery owner's choice to exhibit these works in her gallery's window--which angered the police! Listen: https://buff.ly/3joZidd
As playthings evolved, modular Lincoln Logs, interconnected Tinker Toys, and stackable plastic LEGO bricks all offered a world of creative possibility. But each was independent, at least until the Free Universal Construction Kit began to connect them. 🪁
The interior of this house appears to be around 99% invisible 🤔
The #IVotedEarly sticker they send out to people who vote by mail in beautiful downtown Oakland, California ☑️https://99percentinvisible.org/article/i-voted-a-brief-and-contested-history-of-election-day-stickers-in-the-us/
Join me for this fun and free event on November 9!
Baltimore Museum of Art has come under fire for its imminent sale of 3 major works in an attempt to raise money to support curatorial and staff salaries http://ow.ly/Wgyd30rgioc
Changes to art auctions due to the pandemic may have a lasting effect on the auction experience http://ow.ly/V5vT30rginM
Reviewing the “autofictional universe” of Walter Scott, an artist beloved for Wendy, @saelantwerdy writes, “Scott’s not going to give you the breathless, ethnocultural ‘I’ both because it doesn’t exist and because it serves the wrong myths.” http://b.link/6bqew
Ink, graphite & gold leaf ... wait, those eyes aren't photos? Nope ❤️! An "Immigrant Korean-Black-American" who creates art to find wholeness. “I am all of those things and none of those things, and I’m more than those things.” Samantha Wall on the site: https://www.thejealouscurator.com/blog/?p=36998
Leonardo’s ‘Lost Masterpiece’ Can’t Be Found Because It Was Never Painted, Experts Claim https://buff.ly/3nOEApK via @artnews
What a great follow up to our "A Little Curious" episode from a couple of years back! https://buff.ly/2IvD23H
How utterly perfect for our current season on some of the most expensive art sold!
Giacometti sculpture for sale in a secretive auction with a minimum bid of $90 million - CNN Style https://buff.ly/3ojtSaT
#TBT-- throwing it all the way back to our favorite two-part episode of ArtCurious, all about the lives & loves of Frida Kahlo and Diego Rivera. This killer artsy couple, with all of their ups and downs, still amazes us. Listen back to episodes 12 and 13: https://buff.ly/2QLzuh1
François Pinault’s new art museum in the Bourse de Commerce, the former home of the Paris stock exchange, is set to open in January 2021 http://ow.ly/uvTx30rginx
Emily Mae Smith and Portia Zvavahera set auction records last night at @phillipsauction http://ow.ly/T8Rm30rg6d0
California has been sending out digital #IVoted stickers this year 🧸 https://99percentinvisible.org/article/i-voted-a-brief-and-contested-history-of-election-day-stickers-in-the-us/
Thanks in no small part to a huge amount of early fan support, big national book retailers (including Barnes & Noble and Target) are stocking their shelves with copies of the http://99pi.org/book by @RomanMars & @KurtKohlstedt - thank you for helping us reach a wider audience!
Different parties have claimed credit for the invention of those now-ubiquitous 'I Voted' stickers, which started to get popular back in the '80s. But regardless of who was first, some designs have been more persistent than others. #Vote #IVoted https://99percentinvisible.org/article/i-voted-a-brief-and-contested-history-of-election-day-stickers-in-the-us/
Derek Fordjour on painting the black experience http://ow.ly/vdYs30rg6cx
✨ We are so honored to be included in this list of the Top 10 Digital Artist Podcasts! Check it out: https://blog.feedspot.com/digital_artist_podcasts/