Tuesday, October 4, 2011

Link Round-Up: October 4, 2011

“Map (Taiwan 2010)” by Aram Bartholl

10 Art Masterpieces That Were Stolen and Never Found

Artists use technology to remaster classics

Da Vinci fake is 'real thing', says Oxford expert

Gorillas roam the streets of Bristol: This week, 60 gorillas have appeared on the streets of Bristol and further afield to celebrate the 175th anniversary of the zoo, to raise money for charity and to support gorilla consevation projects in the wild.

How To Make An eBook: Making an eBook is easy, regardless of your coding experience. This is good, because 99.9% of your time should be spent on writing and getting your book out there, rather than on technology.

The paintings of Sergey Tyukanov are rich in colors, in characters, in details, delightful the eyes from the first sight. Each work is like a little world, where people live according to different rules. Normal proportions not respected in his works; surrealism characterizes his art the best, and traces of the Russian customs and traditional costumes may be spotted without much difficulty. It all seems to happen in a Russian fairytale or in the nightmare of an artist-because only in the head of an artist’s genius, such a nightmare could be born. Check out the 10 Weirdest Paintings by Sergey Tyukanov.

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