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Linear Perspective in Landscape

Linear Perspective in Landscape

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Hi everybody, this time our topic is the linear perspective. In perspective, all the objects seem to gradually decrease in size when the distance between them and viewer increase. And each of the sets of parallel lines coming out from the objects in the sketch appears to meet at one particular point. Speaking of linear […]

INKTOBER TOUR 2019 – I Made a Book + Sketchbook Tour

INKTOBER TOUR 2019 – I Made a Book + Sketchbook Tour

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We did it! We completed Inktober 2019! A round of applause to everybody who finished Inktober and a round of applause to everybody who tried their best. I am so relieved it’s over but super excited to show you guys both my Inktober story and my complete sketchbook throughout the process. And if you want […]

The Private Art of Theodor Dr. Seuss Geisel – Dinner in the Library 2019

The Private Art of Theodor Dr. Seuss Geisel – Dinner in the Library 2019

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(dramatic music) – The library has been the fortunate beneficiary of over 20,000 works of Ted, including sketches, drawings, and writings, and we just recently learned of the new additions to the Dr. Seuss collection coming to the library which are being publicly displayed for the first time this evening. To help us explore these […]

Reading #3: Transparent Books

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This is artist and calligrapher Denis Brown. Imagine if a book’s pages were completely transparent. What would that look like? We could see all the text at once, but layered up on top of itself and thus quite illegible. A text camouflaged by its own presence. Every word being visible simultaneously would mean none could […]

Mui Ho Fine Arts Library

Mui Ho Fine Arts Library

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[MUSIC PLAYING] J. MEEJIN YOON: One of the things I love about libraries is the serendipity. GERALD BEASLEY: Urban studies, regional planning, the history of art, architecture– all of these subjects derive their inspiration from the printed word. J. MEEJIN YOON: So you go in search of a specific book, and you discover along the […]

A Home Built to Be a Live-In Museum and Expansive Library | WSJ

A Home Built to Be a Live-In Museum and Expansive Library | WSJ

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– It’s a very modern design. In some ways it’s like going to the museum or a little gallery, but it’s also very much a family home. Hi, I’m David welcome to our house, come on in. The home is about 6,000 square feet, it has four bedrooms, four and a half bathrooms. We lost […]

How to Achieve Your Most Ambitious Goals | Stephen Duneier | TEDxTucson

How to Achieve Your Most Ambitious Goals | Stephen Duneier | TEDxTucson

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Translator: Oriel Yu Reviewer: Queenie Lee By a show of hands. How many of you believe you could replicate this image of Brad Pitt with just a pencil and piece of paper? Well, I’m going to show you how to do this. And in so doing, I’m going to give you the skill necessary to […]

A is for Archive Book Release

A is for Archive Book Release

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(Abby Franzen-Sheehan) “A is for ARCHIVE”, the world of Warhol from A to Z by Matt Wrbican, is a triumph on so many fronts, and this night is not just any old book début, because in some miraculous way we defeated time, and Matt was able to see his book before his passing. “A is […]

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME’s Peach Scene: Book vs. Film | TIFF 2018

CALL ME BY YOUR NAME’s Peach Scene: Book vs. Film | TIFF 2018

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The peach scene… When I met Tilda Swinton about four years ago, it was at a dinner event. And I was introduced to her, and she turned to me and she said, “Oh! The peach scene!” Now, there had been no script, there had been no screenplay yet… But she had obviously read the book […]

Holy Bible, Book Divine – Alfred’s Basic Sacred Book 1

Holy Bible, Book Divine – Alfred’s Basic Sacred Book 1

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Holy Bible, book divine Precious treasure, thou art mine Mine to tell me whence I came Mine to tell me what I am Mine to chide me when I rove Mine to show a Savior’s Love Mine thou art to guide and guard Mine to punish or reward Mine to comfort in distress Suff’ring in […]