If you've got 17 minutes, this is a nice video showing how the Tate museum restored a vandalized Rothko.
runDisney is back. And by that I mean they're selling registrations for in-person runs. And we're hoping that Covid-19 Delta doesn't mess that up. (Thanks, unvaccinated.)
I'm a GIMP man when it comes to image editing (and my skill set is very lean). But I'm interested in Photopea, an online photo editor.
Even more interesting is Ojoy for scaling up images while improving its quality. (Because usually when you scale up an image the quality goes in the toilet.)
|Dan Flavin, Untitled (in honor of Harold Joachim). Sometimes you just want minimalism. source|
Brian Eno launched a radio station, Lighthouse, on Sonos Radio. I really like Eno's music but I can't generate enough interest to listen to online radio.
But I will paraphrase one of Eno's quotes. "The great benefit of computers is that they remove the issue of skill, and replace it with the issue of judgement."
Music I'm thinking about.
- Observer Effect by John Sellekaers on Glacial Movements
- Solar Flash by Asaf Sirkis (purchased)
- Aufbruch by J. Peter Schwalm and Markus Reuter (official video)
- Shasta Road, a track from NOWNESS by Jerry Granelli & Jamie Saft
- (a) period by AES Dana
- The Ice Bridge by Yes from their new album The Quest
- (m)OPRH Artist Series remix
A brief interview with the artist about Sean Scully: The Shape of Ideas.
It might not seem like much, but M SALT's mix of salt, pepper, and garlic salt is pretty good and versatile.
The XB-70's cockpit.
Kurasowa's 100 favorite movies is probably worth taking a look at. Those that I've seen include It's a Wonderful Life, A Streetcar Named Desire, Gojira, Lawrence of Arabia, The Birds, The Day of the Jackal, The Godfather Part II, One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, The Killing Fields. Which is probably more than either you or I thought.
Need sound effects? The BBC has 'em.
...don't contradict themselves. ~Andre Gide