Google Art Project

Posted on February 2, 2011 Under Art

Oh hi, I didn't see you there. I was just visiting the Van Gogh Museum in Amsterdam. Afterwards I'll be visiting the Palace of Versailles in Paris, the Tate in London, MoMA in NYC and The State Tertyakov Gallery in…

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Studley’s Wonderous Tools

Posted on December 11, 2008 Under Design

At we're usually on the lookout for the latest and greatest, but sometimes we come across something that is too amazing to pass up. This beauty was hand-built by Henry Studley in the late 1800's using mahogany, rosewood, walnut,…

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Guggenheim x Revolving Hotel Room

Posted on October 23, 2008 Under Art
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Mochi from MoMA's Destination Japan

Posted on May 8, 2008 Under Design

The Japanese have a penchant for creating unique characters. They've more or less made brand mascots into an art form -- just ask anyone who has become addicted to Pokemon or Hello Kitty. When MoMA announced that they'd be releasing…

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Tag Heuer 360 Museum

Posted on February 1, 2008 Under Design

Many museums serve to cover the evolution of a particular subject over a prolonged period of time. The TAG Heuer 360 Museum is unique in that it is a museum of time. The new institution, located on the ground floor…

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BetterWall Additions

Posted on March 31, 2007 Under Art

You may remember the post I made about BetterWall last Fall-- to refresh your memory, they're a Colorado company that sells those savory limited-quantity banners you see at museum exhibits. They recently made two noteworthy additions to their roster-- a…

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Future Perfect 01: Cleveland MOCA

Posted on February 8, 2007 Under Art

As part of the Cleveland Museum of Contemporary Art group show called Side by Side, Mark Moskovitz is showing the first piece in his Future Perfect Series. It's entitled Future Perfect 01, and the inspiration and story behind the piece…

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National Palace Museum Taipei

Posted on May 10, 2006 Under Travel

I spent a few hours checking out the National Palace Museum-- one way to get out of the sweltering 87° heat here. I've always loved Eastern art, especially sculpture (the Buddha collection was mind blowing) and the scriptures and paintings were…

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Rijks Museum

Posted on April 18, 2006 Under Travel

Located in Museumplein Square, the Rijks Museum houses the largest collection, almost 1,000,000 objects, of art in the Netherlands. Unfortunately, due to a 6 year renovation effort that began in 2003, only a small portion of the museum was open,…

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