My favorite issue of Aviation Week each year is their photo contest and this year is no exception. Here's a look at some of the finalists.
I can't find any mention of this on the museum's website, but it has been reported that The Science Behind Pixar exhibition is coming to the Perot museum in Dallas beginning next 25 April. I'll declare this a "must see" right now.
|Julie Mehretu, Stadia II, 2004. I see Joan Miro with a 21st century tech influence. source|
Make Weird Music (or read about it).
How many of these progressive rock concept albums do you own? Many people own Pink Floyd's The Wall. I only own 4 of them.
How deep is the sea?
Can green light cure migraines and headaches?
|Solve the traveling salesperson problem and create art at the same time.|
Probably only the most hardcore Disney fan will want to read this article about the layout manual produced for in-studio use during the production of films for the War Dept. during WWII.
Even the great Chuck Yeager crashed a plane every once in a while, like this F-104 in 1963.
|Brent Wadden, Untitled, 2019. Woven abstraction. source|
The origins of figurative art by humans just got 7,000 older with the discovery of 44,000 year-old cave paintings in Indonesia.
I recommend my Paris friends see the Barbara Hepworth exhibition at the Musee Rodin. Her work is what got me interested in sculpture.
|Barbara Hepworth, Contrapuntal Forms, 1965. source. From the collection of the Dallas Museum of Art. I think I prefer her work in marble to other materials. She not only makes it organic, but she makes it human. And in person, the desire to touch and stroke the pieces is palpable.|