Category Archives: Technology

Robots are “designing logos” now 4 reasons why you should be happy about it – by Preston D. Lee

A few weeks ago, this conversation blew up in the Millo Mastermind group. I can understand the frustration behind watching computer-generated designs get a bunch of attention on big tech websites like The Next Web. At first reaction, it’s easy

Robots are “designing logos” now 4 reasons why you should be happy about it – by Preston D. Lee

A few weeks ago, this conversation blew up in the Millo Mastermind group. I can understand the frustration behind watching computer-generated designs get a bunch of attention on big tech websites like The Next Web. At first reaction, it’s easy

The Art Behind the World’s 27 Most Recognizable Sounds by Robby Bernam

Stereo audio waveform (ENDOLITH) It’s called “branding.” It’s what happens when a company establishes an indelible visual identity for itself, most often through a symbol, or “logo — even a six year old sees the evocative arrow in the second

The Art Behind the World’s 27 Most Recognizable Sounds by Robby Bernam

Stereo audio waveform (ENDOLITH) It’s called “branding.” It’s what happens when a company establishes an indelible visual identity for itself, most often through a symbol, or “logo — even a six year old sees the evocative arrow in the second

Has Instagram Killed the Art of Photography? by Darren Scott

I love photography and I have an enormous amount of respect for the people that are good at it. It is an incredibly hard craft to learn and near impossible to master. It is a beautiful crossroads where science meets

Has Instagram Killed the Art of Photography? by Darren Scott

I love photography and I have an enormous amount of respect for the people that are good at it. It is an incredibly hard craft to learn and near impossible to master. It is a beautiful crossroads where science meets

Microsoft creates masterful new Rembrandt painting by Dom Carter

A new 3D-printed painting in the style of Rembrandt aims to capture the essence of the Dutch master. Can a machine ever match the skills of a human artist? It’s a question that has intrigued people for years, and with

Microsoft creates masterful new Rembrandt painting by Dom Carter

A new 3D-printed painting in the style of Rembrandt aims to capture the essence of the Dutch master. Can a machine ever match the skills of a human artist? It’s a question that has intrigued people for years, and with

Google Makes $150 Photo Editing Software Free

The list of professional-grade tools available to young artists is growing rapidly. On Monday, the animation software Toonz, preferred by Studio Ghibli and Futurama, was repackaged with a free edition. Today, Google announced that its $149 suite photo editing plugins, the

Google Makes $150 Photo Editing Software Free

The list of professional-grade tools available to young artists is growing rapidly. On Monday, the animation software Toonz, preferred by Studio Ghibli and Futurama, was repackaged with a free edition. Today, Google announced that its $149 suite photo editing plugins, the

Why Artists Might Not Want Vantablack Anyway (Yet) by Alyssa Buffenstein

A drop of water on a Vantablack-ed surface. Image: via Surrey NanoSystems News outlets big and small are abuzz over Anish Kapoor’s effective monopolization of Vantablack, the nanotubular substance developed by Surrey NanoSystems that absorbs 99.96% of visible light. It’s the

Why Artists Might Not Want Vantablack Anyway (Yet) by Alyssa Buffenstein

A drop of water on a Vantablack-ed surface. Image: via Surrey NanoSystems News outlets big and small are abuzz over Anish Kapoor’s effective monopolization of Vantablack, the nanotubular substance developed by Surrey NanoSystems that absorbs 99.96% of visible light. It’s the