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March 18, 2017 in 3-D Art, 3-D Printouts, Animation, Digital Art, Fabric Art, Free Tutorials, Knitting and Crocheting and Similar Crafts, LEGO, Lessons, Vector Graphic | Tags: medieval manuscripts, National Endowment for the Arts, Vectr
The Confederacy was a con job for whites. And still is.
This house was made on a 3D printer in just 24 hours for a little over $10,000.
New York art scene anxiously waits for decision on the fate of the National Endowment for the Arts.
Eight fun crafts to keep your kids buys this spring.
Illustrator and Inkscape has new competition. Vectr is a new vector graphics program that’s free to download.
U.S. psychologists claim that going on social media for more than two hours a day doubles the chances of experiencing social isolation.
The crafty story of embroidery in medieval manuscripts.
The new wave of European animated features: small budgets, big freedom.
A history of women in animation, including women who worked for such famous animation studios like Walt Disney and Fleischer Studios.
How girls are knitting their way to a math career.
Dad recreates Villanova’s 2016 March Madness win with Legos as a gift to his daughter.
After eighty years one of the first consumer publications for photography, Popular Photography, is ceasing both print and online operations.
The family of legendary filmmaker Alfred Hitchcock backs fight to save a 1926 Art-Deco movie theater in London from being demolished. The Odeon Kensington cinema had hosted Hitchcock’s early films.
Here are some helpful tips for those who are thinking about getting into 3D printing.
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