Saturday, June 4, 2016

Any man may easily do harm...

Here's the first of a multi-part series of videos in which Bill Evans talks about the creative process. While his focus is music, the ideas can be applied to virtually anything.

Philip Guston, Position I, 1965. This article describes how Guston found the sublime as he re-introduced figuration into his abstraction. Honestly, I prefer his pure abstractions over his later figurative works.
Library of sounds with a British accent.

See an animation of your county's daily commuters.
Yes, this is all.

...but not every man can do good to another. ~Plato

1 comment:

Joel Mayer said...

Somebody is too busy training for the Tatooine Triathlon