Wednesday, March 29, 2017

Link Round-Up: March 29, 2017

"Power of the Dark Side" by Andy Fairhurst
Limited edition prints available for sale at Bottleneck Gallery. US$50

Akira Kurosawa's great advice to aspiring filmmakers at 6:40 (SLYT)

Flowstate is a writing tool designed to snowball a person’s primal focus into a serene state of creative flow. No overthinking what you wrote. No instant deleting, going back and editing. Just writing! How? You set a focus time, you start writing and when you pause, the app blurs out and makes everything you wrote disappear. The document only gets saved if you complete your timed-writing exercise. Terrifying and brilliant all at once.

How To Open A New Book: “Never force the back: if it does not readily yield, it is too tightly or strongly lined! It needs gentle treatment, much the same as a machine needs lubricating.”

Meet the Gods of Neil Gaiman's AMERICAN GODS in 10 Character Posters For the Series

Stranger Things Soundtrack Gets Gorgeous New Vinyl Box Set

Visual effects supervisor John Knoll breaks down the climactic final battle from Rogue One: A Star Wars Story.

With the Nik Collection — a series of “seven desktop plug-ins that provide a powerful range of photo editing capabilities” designed for professional photographers—Google aims to let users get the most out of their images more quickly and easily. This set of useful photo-editing software previously retailed for US$149—however, the tech giant has just made it free to download for both Windows and Mac users.

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