Five Things That Caught our Eye
Every three weeks, we round up a list of five articles that caught our eye. Here’s our team's top 5 of the week.
Setting the Record Straight: Why Design is Not Art
Graphic design legend Milton Glaser is on a mission to dispel a universal misunderstanding that design and art are one and the same. In a recent talk at the Guggenheim in NYC, the 87-year-old shared some serious food for thought.
A Night at the Museum (in the nude)
We’ve all had dreams (or nightmares) of being naked in public. But what about in a museum? For the first time ever, The Montreal Fine Arts Museum recently hosted a nude visit, welcoming in 100 naked visitors for an evening to appreciate the photographic work of Robert Mapplethorpe.
Masters of Disguise
Four contemporary photographers have mastered the art of make-believe with fascinating self-portraits masking their true identities.
Emojis Make Their Debut at the MoMA
The permanent collection at the Museum of Modern Art just got a little bigger thanks to the very first set of emojis released in 1999. Let’s take a moment to celebrate the original glyphs that gave birth to the current day emoji.
Where Halloween Trump Masks are Made
And finally, because the US elections are fast approaching and Halloween is only a few days behind us, we decided to conclude with a little treat: A behind-the-scenes look at the factory producing spooky Donald Trump masks.