Are you sitting comfortably, children? Then you might like to know that the exhibition Toy Tales: Highlights from Classic British Children’s Animation opens tomorrow (July 7) at the Cartoon Museum in London, and runs until September 5. The show focuses on some of the most popular animated children’s programmes produced in Britain over the past […]
Following our earlier post, here is more evidence that new technology can help turn a tactile skill into a digital work of art.
Changes in technology shape the ways in which visual communication is made and here is an example of work created using an iPad and a ‘stick’ or, non-pressure sensitive stylus. The variation in line width, important to most high-quality visual creators, is achieved by varying settings inside the drawing application on the machine. Greatly improved […]
Royston Robertson reviews the Modern Toss exhibition which is at the Maverik Showroom in Shoreditch, East London, and has been extended until July 11. In the spirit of Modern Toss, I should probably just say that this show is f***ing funny and leave it at that. To be honest, there’s not much more than that […]