Tag Archives: art
The Los Angeles County Museum of art said on their Tumblr on Friday “Dear Tumblr-verse, Merry Christmas: we just gave you 20,000 high-resolution images, for free. Now we have just one question: what are you going to do with them?” … Continue reading
http://www.flickr.com/photos/auntie/ / CC BY-NC-SA 2.0 A few open tabs that I think may interest librarian.net readers. Ask MetaFilter: Proposing to a book lover. Ideas? Books mentioned in other books, a nifty article in the NYTimes Unusual Books and Book Sculptures … Continue reading
Lezende Vrouwen in de Kunst (women reading, in artworks). The site is in Dutch but you can just click across the century links up top. From the always excellent BibliOdyssey.
“Forgotten Futures is a data sculpture which visualizes 100 years of forward thought. Using web-crawls of Google News, Google Blog and Google Scholar, the phrase “in the future” was associated with key words and phrases which reveal previous though about … Continue reading
Barbara Yates makes lovely books out of wood and other recycled materials. My favorite one post blog ever. [thanks peacay]