Photographer Michelle Gerard created a fantastic series of photographs that recreate the favorite meals of famous artists and writers as if they were in their actual workspace. You can see F. Scott Fitzgerald's meal of canned meat and apples and oranges next to his typewriter in a cheap North Carolina hotel, David Lynch's preferred meal of a chocolate milkshake and "lots of coffee with lots of sugar at Bob's Big Boy at precisely 2:30pm," and more at Designboom.
Since 2008, David M. Bird has been crafting and refining his photography series "Becorns", which zooms into the small world of acorn people interacting with nature. Interleaved with David M. Bird's Instagram pictures below are quotes pulled from his foltbolt.com portfolio. Hi, I'm David M. Bird. I live in Rhode Island, USA, with my wife,… READ THE REST
Here's a video describing an AI program that restores blurry and damaged old portraits. The technique is presented in a paper titled "Towards Real-World Blind Face Restoration with Generative Facial Prior." As Louis Bouchard says in his piece about the software, the results are just best guesses of what the person might look like: They… READ THE REST
1949 marked one of the peaks of Pablo Picasso's career, leading LIFE magazine to dispatch Gjon Mili to Picasso's villa in the south of France. Mili plied Picasso's creativity with his portfolio of long exposure images captured by affixing tiny lights to figure skaters and having them perform sequences in the dark. What followed was one of the… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Education has changed a lot as the tides of technology have changed with it for the better (well, mostly). Scholastics are nothing new to you. However, as someone who gets a kick… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Summer may be coming to an end, but that doesn't mean your adventures have to stop. Whether it's a business trip or weekend galavanting around town, broadening your world can be… READ THE REST
We thank our sponsor for making this content possible; it is not written by the editorial staff nor does it necessarily reflect its views. Nothing's worse than trying to find that random image someone sent you, however many months back, frantically searching through email threads for something that looks familiar. Not only is that stressful, but it's… READ THE REST